Szczecin Model United Nations is a conference organised annually in Szczecin, Poland by II Liceum Ogólnokształcące im. Mieszka I. This year you will have the chance to be a part of one of our three new committees. Not only will you be able to discuss burning issues in your councils: StetiMUN is an event that gathers more than 150 people from countries all over Europe and the World - that is undoubtedly the best opportunity for you to make international friends, work collaboratively and, of course, have fun!
Before you submit your application, please review the Country Matrix (access below) to choose preferred Delegate spots which are still not ocuppied.
The Delegate fee is € 25.00 / PLN 100.00
The Delegates are kindly asked to transfer the money to our bank account:
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For international transfers
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Please include "StetiMUN", your name and surname in the title of the wire transfer.
The fee includes: Participation in the conference, lunch breaks in between sessions, coffee breaks menu, entrance to the social event.
Should you have any questions, do not hesitate to contact us via social media or our email address: email@example.com.
Economic and Social Council
Human Rights Council
World Health Organisation
NATO North Atlantic Council
Historical Security Council
Office for Outer Space Affairs
Religious civil war in the Central African Republic - reassessing the role of UN Peacekeeping forces
Trade war - imposing tariffs as a political threat.
The issue of the death penalty as a punishment against human rights.
Sexual assaults during armed conflicts.
Increasing the transparency of euthanasia usage.
Standarisation of in vitro fertilisation regulations.
Lone wolves threat - ways to avoid radicalization and terrorist attacks of youth in Europe and around the world.
Human rights or national security - is invigilation necessary violation of human rights as a way to fight terrorism.
Russian influence in Eastern Europe as seen on the example of the war in Donbass.
Modern technology in the military.
Issue of weaponisation of the outer space as a threat to peacekeeping.
Concept of multilateral space governance.
Establishing Potocols For an Extraterrestrial Intelligence Encounter