WHAT IS EMPIRE MUNC?

Out conference is entirely ran by undergraduate students at New York University who, for a year, volunteer their times to planning and executing this conference.

Out conference is entirely ran by undergraduate students at New York University who, for a year, volunteer their times to planning and executing this conference.

Taking place in one of the most important International Relations schools in the world, Empire Model United Nations Conference is New York University’s Model UN high school conference. Our conference is entirely ran by undergraduate students with diverse backgrounds, interests, and areas of study and who volunteer their time for an entire year to the planning and executing of this conference.

Hosted from November 21st through November 24th of 2019, EmpireMUNC is a small conference that aims to bring together over 500 high school students from across the world to New York University and discuss a variety of issues


What is Model UN?

During our conference, delegates put into practice several skills such as researching, public speaking, debating, critical thinking, teamwork, and leadership abilities.

During our conference, delegates put into practice several skills such as researching, public speaking, debating, critical thinking, teamwork, and leadership abilities.

At EmpireMUNC, we are known for hosting a number of diverse, entertaining and carefully thought committees ranging from historical, to current and fictional topics.

At EmpireMUNC, we are known for hosting a number of diverse, entertaining and carefully thought committees ranging from historical, to current and fictional topics.

Model United Nations (MUN), is a simulation of the proceedings of international and global committees. Some conferences solely simulate United Nations’ committees. At EmpireMUNC we incorporate several other crisis and non-crisis committees that are not exclusively founded on the UN Charter.

During the conference, participants, who are referred to as “delegates”, will assume the role of important leaders, research their positions, debate and negotiate with other delegates, and take actions to advance the interests of who they represent inside one our 16 different committees. In our General Assembly committees, these roles are typically ambassadors who speak for the interest of member nations. In our Crisis Committees, these roles could vary from being cabinet members, to prominent business leaders, activists and journalists among other characters who may have a significant impact to the topics at hand.