LIMUN 2021

London International Model United Nations

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Europe's largest university-level MUN conference.

LIMUN 2021 will take place virtually between the 26th and 28th March. Delegate fees will be £20 per person (plus MyMUN costs of 7%). Our theme this year will be Reimagining Global Governance. As we commemorate the 75th anniversary of the first UN General Assembly, and a century since the inaugural Model League of Nations, the world is positioned at a crossroads. The global governance landscape is increasingly polarised between those who seek multilateral cooperation and those who pursue nationalist or even isolationist policies. Moreover, as we seek to build back better for a brighter future, even multilateral cooperation often neglects other agents of change, including business, charities, and civil society. To tackle our contemporary challenges, we must rethink our global institutions, our policies, and our actions. As we move forward and reimagine global governance, it is important that we do so through the spirit of global cooperation - working across borders, across societal demographics, and across geopolitical divisions.

London International Model United Nations (LIMUN) is the largest university-level Model United Nations conference in Europe. Our mission is to foster cultural exchange and connect future leaders with the change-makers of today. For 22 years, a voluntary team of students from leading UK universities (LSE, Cambridge, Imperial, KCL, UCL, SOAS, etc.) has organised the conference on an annual basis, while our wider international team comes from global universities such as Harvard, Berkeley, and NUS. The Foundation is overseen by an experienced Board of Trustees and its Honorary President, Lord Mark Malloch Brown, former United Nations Deputy Secretary-General to Kofi Annan. We are accredited by the United Nations Department of Global Communications and have recently partnered with the UN75 campaign to commemorate the United Nation's 75th anniversary.

Please note that when applying, delegates acting on behalf of delegations should select "Head Delegate." Our applications system has the following steps: 1. Initial information and cluster preferences 2. Approval and payments 3. Allocation preferences 4. Allocations released alongside study guides for each committee Please note that you must be a current university student, recent graduate, or high school student (16+) to apply. We will be operating the majority of our committees on GMT time, but we will also be running committees timezoned for delegates in the Americas and East Asia. To find out more about us, please visit our website:



Disarmament and International Security Committee (DISEC)

Governing and De-Escalating "Grey Zone" Conflicts

United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP)

Towards a framework of a global circular economy

United Nations Security Council (UNSC)

Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC)

Restructuring the global trade system for a more resilient and fairer future

Group of 20 (G20)

Towards a G20 economic policy framework for sustained post-pandemic recovery

United Nations Development Programme (UNDP)

Ensuring a sustainable framework for the Belt and Road Initiative

League of Nations 1932 (LofN)

LofN 1932: Question of colonial possessions, leased and/or occupied territories in the "Far East"

United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC)

United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO)

Safeguarding worker rights in the context of the Fourth Industrial Revolution

Committee on the Peaceful Uses of Outer Space (COPUOS)

Building a sustainable governance framework for outer space property rights

United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change: COP 26

World Health Organization (WHO)

Strengthening Multilateral Global Health Cooperation in light of the COVID-19 Pandemic

United Nations International Children's Emergency Fund (UNICEF)

Addressing disparities in access to quality education in light of the COVID-19 pandemic

United Nations Historical Security Council 2001: UNHSC

Reimagining 2001: countering state links with terrorism in the aftermath of 9/11