Honourable future MUNSA delegates,
It is an honor to welcome you to the fourth edition of Model United Nations Student Association, on behalf of the United Nations Student Association of Barcelona and the Secretariat Team. Our conference will return to the wonderful city of Barcelona from the 14th to the 17th of September 2023!
Following the on-site format of the previous years, we are proud to, once again, offer our future delegates an event that is face to face, so that all participants are able to enjoy the best of an MUN: debating on relevant issues and getting to know each other in organized social events.
With the will to expand MUNSA, the Secretariat has worked hard to offer five committees to our participants, with the aim of developing enriching discussions around each of the topics, as well as extending the MUN for a whole more day. We are committed to provide a diversity of committees: a Historical Security Council, to help us learn from the past; a European Council to bring European institutions into the conference; the UNICEF, to defend children’s rights and help them achieve their full potential worldwide; the ECOSOC, to promote higher standards of living and social progress; and, finally, a Futuristic Committee, for those who are willing to challenge themselves by solving issues that may arise in the future. Delegates will have the opportunity to showcase their cooperation, diplomatic, and negotiation skills throughout the conference as well as to create lifelong friendships with people who come from very different backgrounds and experiences.
While counting down the days for MUNSA, we continue to put all our efforts into providing an incredible experience for you to enjoy, with high hopes that this edition will be a memorable experience to share together. We are looking forward to welcoming you to Barcelona another year.
In the meantime, make sure to follow us on our social media profiles, you will find us as @munsaconference on Instagram.
Lorena Díaz Kalmykova and Mònica Roca Monell
Secretary General and Director General of MUNSA 2023
Economic and Social Council
Historical Security Council
The ECOSOC is one of the 6 principal bodies of the United Nations system, established in 1945 under the Charter of the United Nations, and composed of 54 countries elected by the General Assembly. By ...
The United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) is an agency which works in more than 190 countries and territories with a mission and commitment to protecting children’s rights. It was created in 1946 to...
Our special imaginative committee this year is the Futuristic Committee, where issues from the past have been long solved, but new hypothetical ones have arisen amidst an ever-changing international c...
The European Council is one of the seven European Union institutions that shape the general political priorities of the EU and serves as an engine for European integration. Unlike other European bodie...
Have you ever wondered how crisis-solving may have looked like in the past? The Historical Security Council (SC) brings in retrospect the most powerful council of the United Nations. The SC was establ...
The Misuse of International Funds in Development Programs of Countries in Crisis
Reducing Inequalities in Big Cities: SDGs 10 and 11
Protecting Children's Human Rights in the Climate Crisis
Ensuring Access to Mental Health Services for Children exposed to Firearm Violence
NATO in 2035: an internal war and the end of multilateralism
Enhancing the Military Capabilities of the European Union
The Suez Crisis of 1956
St. Gallen, Switzerland