McMUN Model United Nations

If you have been searching for a plan to run a model U.N. simulation, this plan provides some bare bones for your lesson. Scholars break into blocs to research and discuss global issues and come up with collaborative solutions. In their blocs, they come up with an issue they would like to address, sending it to the Secretary General to be brought up in the General Assembly. The Secretary General comes up with the final agenda, and each bloc presents their issue. The resource links don't work.

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