MUNC 2019

Montreal United Nations Conference

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Canada's Premier Model United Nations Conference

The Montreal United Nations Conference (MUNC) is a three-day international relations simulation for students held annually in downtown Montreal. Each November, more than 500 participants congregate at Dawson College to discuss and debate global issues. MUNC emphasizes the spirit of collaboration at its conference with the aim of encouraging participants to develop workable solutions to the world’s most complex issues. Students role-play as delegates representing the Member States of the United Nations. Through their lively debates and exchanges, delegates experience the dynamics of international cooperation. 

MUNC is noteworthy for featuring committees in a Blue Division for secondary school and college students in addition to an Orange Division for university students. Each division is tailored to the knowledge and experience of the participant. The conference champions authenticity and realism, simulating committees that capture the spirit and work of the United Nations. 


Organizers

Lucie Belzile
Director of Delegate Relations

Jonathan Sasson
Executive Board

Committees

United Nation Organization on Drugs and Crime (UNODC)

United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO)

United Nations Security Council (Cuban Missile Crisis)

World Health Organization (WHO)

International Court of Justice (ICJ)

United Nations Conference on International Organization (San Francisco Conference)

United Nations General Assembly Fourth Committee (SPECPOL)

United Nations Security Council (Lebanon Hostage Crisis)

International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA)

International Press Forum (IPF)