KleMUN 2018

Kleve Model United Nations

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"Because It's Our World"

Kleve Model United Nations Conference (KleMUN) is a student-organized conference that takes place every year in November. During those 4 days the United Nations come to the idyllic town of Kleve, as every student plays the role of a diplomat representing a country, an organisation or a firm –just like in real life. In each of the six committees of this UN simulation the students intensely debate about important and critical issues of the international community. The discussions are open and suitable for everyone, from the first-time fresher to the already far advanced MUN expert. Whatever your level is, be ready to have a thrilling time in and outside the conference rooms, as there will be great social events going on as well. An evening in a bar to get to know your fellow delegates or even the delegates' ball to feel the glamour. KleMUN is a great chance to meet new and passionate people from all over the globe. But be aware, you might get the MUN-fever!

This year's conference takes place from 15th to 18th November with the topic: "Because It's Our World".

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This is a Top Rated series of conferences - it has consistently been rated with 4 or more stars!


Niall Juval Janssen
Head of Finances / Secretary General


Historic Security Council

Topic A: The Palestine Question: Status of Compliance with Ceasefire Agreements - Topic B: Crisis

Martin Kümmel
Markus Heitsch

Disarmament and International Security Committee

Topic A: Non-state Armed Groups and State-sponsored Terrorism in the Kashmir Region - Topic B: Combating the Weapon Flow in the Middle East with Respect to the Syrian Civil War

Katharina Kleinz
Max Liedtke

Commission on the Status of Women

Topic A: Reducing Gender Based Discrimination and Violence towards Girls - Topic B: Women’s Reproductive and Labour Rights

Iida-Maija Pirttiniemi
Oriana Morales

United Nations Environment Programme

Topic A: Sustainable Tourism for Poverty Eradication and the Preservation of the Environment - Topic B: Preventing the Extinction of Pollinators

Elias Klink

Global Compact

Topic A: Possibility of Meeting the 2030 Sustainable Development Goals under the Upcoming International Tariffs on Trade - Topic B: Social Entrepreneurship as a Model to Promote Sustainable Growth

Special Political and Decolonisation Committee

Topic A: The Question of the Right to Self-determination of Peoples - Topic B: The Status of Sinti and Roma People in Europe and the Balkans

Youssef Ramadan
Jule Katharina Zeschky