Model United Nations Far West
Model United Nations Far West is a simulation program for college students where they participate in mock sessions of the United Nations in an effort to advance their understanding of the principles and means by which international relations are maintained. The program helps students develop a greater understanding of the nations of the world, the relations between them, their policies, and the nation of their work in the UN.
The first session of MUNFW was held at Stanford University in 1951. Three hundred and fifty students from three western states gathered to debate issues. From this small beginning, the organization has continually grown.
Although it is not the largest nor the oldest MUN organization, MUNFW is well known for its autonomy, the high quality of its delegates’ participation, and the authenticity of its sessions.
Held this year in the Hyatt Regency at SFO from April 21st to the 25th.
Model United Nations—Simulations
Simulation programs held on campus where other local universities are invited to discuss and debate pressing issues in the UN.
The informal simulations held on campus are a great way to practice for the class as well as the spring conference.
The first simulation for the academic year will be held on November 19th and UN Reform will be the hot topic of the day.
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