Kent International Model United Nations
- Canterbury, United Kingdom
- University of Kent
- Jan 21 - Jan 23, 2021
- 100 Delegates
- £25.00 Fee
Delegate Applications09 Sep 2020 - 20 Jan 2021
Observer Applications09 Sep 2020 - 20 Jan 2021
KentMUN is a three-day academic conference, modeled on the plenary sessions of the United Nations, which provides young people from around the world with near-boundless opportunities. Be that engaging with contemporary world issues, polishing your public-speaking and communications skills, or becoming more confident and articulate global citizens, our conference will doubtlessly have something for you!
What's more, where better to brush up these skills than in the crown jewel of the Garden of England, the United Kingdom's most famous cathedral city, Canterbury? The centuries-old building may appear imposing, but you'll soon be swept up by the city's charm, and will make your conference experience all the more enjoyable, and one to remember for a long time.
KentMUN 2021 will be the second edition of the University of Kent's Model United Nations and will take place on the 21st to the 23rd of January, 2021. Stay tuned on mymun for information on our conference, including application dates, any offers available, our secretariat, and much more.
You may also contact us on our website (http://kentmun.org/contact/) or our Facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/KentMUNcon/)
Keep on debating, and we look forward to seeing you soon!
United Nations Environment Assembly (UNEA)
- Climate Change and Health
- Ensuring Sustainable Consumption and Production
- Mitigation of and Adaptation to Desertification and Drought
United Nations Women (UN WOMEN)
- Protecting Women in Migration from Human Trafficking, Sexual Slavery, and Sexual Exploitation
- Combating Violence Against Women
- Promoting the Political Participation of Women
United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC)
- The Right to Privacy in the Digital Age
- Combatting Racism, Racial Discrimination, Xenophobia, and Related Intolerance
- Business and Human Rights