NDUMUN is a Lebanese MUN program where high school students can simulate committees and discussions from the United Nations. Participants come from many schools and take part in a training session and a mock conference before the final conference to practice their diplomatic skills.
NDUMUN is a growing, successful conference, having reached nearly 400 delegates within only 3 years since its inception. It is a great learning experience for first-timers as well as experienced delegates, and proves to be a great opportunity for all MUNers.
This year's conference runs under the theme “Maintaining International Peace and Stability”. The purpose of the theme is to engage students in the current global political climate as much as possible. This is especially important now, when so many nations around the world are going through trying times and challenging situations in search for political reform and social well-being.
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Cartels: Drugs and Organised Crimes The Fight on Financing Terrorist Groups
Supporting the Economic Inclusion of Refugees Climate Change and Displacement
Child Soldiers: Victims of War Mistreatment of Children in Conflict and Post-conflict Situations
The Violation of Human Rights in Conflicts across the Middle-East The Humanitarian Crisis in Somalia
Peace building in Terms of Open Borders Ensuring Peace in Afghanistan Post-Al-Qaeda and Taliban
The Breach of the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons Treaty
Ethnic Atrocities: Modern Genocides and Ethnic Cleansing The U.S.-Iranian Conflict: On the Verge of War