Next Muna conference
February 5, 6 & 7, 2020

A conference that cares

Welcome to MUNA 2020

Dear delegates, Studenten Officers, MUN-Directors and Guests,

In the midst of the preparations of MUNA 2020, I would love to warmly welcome you to the 15th edition of MUNA. We have an incredible staff that has been working very hard and passionately for the last few months on the organisation of this conference, during school but also in their spare time. We cannot wait to welcome everybody to MUNA. I especially like to welcome the National School of Physics and Math from Kazachstan and Isendoorn from the Netherlands as this is their first time joining the conference.

This year’s theme is ‘Worlds apart, one world together’. The idea behind this is that nobody is the same and everyone has their own opinion, own religion, own political views. But does that mean that we cannot be live in a pluralistic society where everybody is equal and treated with respect? We at MUNA would love to show you that it IS possible to live together and to talk about our differences. During MUNA there are a lot of people who are from a different country who all have their own norms and values, therefore I would love to encourage you to start a conversation, talk about your differences but also about your similarities. This will bring us closer together!

The charity we are supporting this year during MUNA is an foundation that also has our theme at heart. The WakaWaka Foundation has a mission to share the sun and improve everyones situation on Earth using the sun. This foundation helps locals in developing countries by giving them products for emergency aid. These products are mostly wakawakas, which are safe, portable and sustainable, solar based light sources and power banks.

This MUNA I ask you to be inspired by this organisation and to think of how you would be able to better the Earth. And please remember that even though you might think that you play just a small part in changing this world, as long as take small steps everyday one day you will get there!

I cannot wait to meet you all and I wish you all a safe trip to our college.

Yours sincerely,

Xanthe Drabbels

Secretary General of MUNA 2020

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Background information

Closing Film MUNA 2020



Opening Film MUNA 2020



MUNAgazine 2020

The MUNAgazine 2020 contains exclusive interviews, articles about MUNA 2020, meet the staff, important conference information, useful appendices and a meme page! Make sure to check it out and read it through to get to know everything about MUNA 2020!

This year, the MUNAgazine is published online. You can find the magazine by clicking on the following picture:

I hope you will like it!

~Head of MUNAgazine



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MUNA 2019 was unforgettable.

We want to thank all schools who participated! 

Watch the after movie:

Produced by: Tarik Bousair

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Impression MUNA 2017

Short film, made by Claudia Roelfsema

"Better to light a candle than to curse the darkness".  Chinese Proverb

While discussing global issues we should not forget the people whose everyday lives are affected by the topics that are on the MUNA agenda. We will do our best to give the people behind the statistics a face and a voice during the conference. 

Find us on YouTube!

Make sure you check out our instructional videos on how to prepare for MUNA. These will discuss policy statements, resolutions and more. Don't forget to subscribe , because more videos will follow soon!


View this years issues
We hope to welcome you to MUNA!

Projects & partners

WakaWaka Foundation Justice and Peace Join The Pipe Humanity House Fluxility


MUNA Partners

In the last ten years MUNA has worked together with several organisations in preparation for the conference. We are very grateful for the support we have received so far and look forward to continue our collaboration in the coming years.

In the blog entries on the right you can find more information about our partners and MUNA projects as well as the latest information about the conference.

We hope that other schools will also find their way to the exciting eductional programmes our partners have on offer. Examples are the programmes of Humanity House in the Hague and the talks of Human Rights Defenders organised by Justitia et Pax .

Since 2015 MUNA joins the initiative of Join the Pipe . We were inspired by the initiative of this growing social network of water tap drinkers to promote access to clean drinking water for everyone on this earth. Have a look at the video on the partnerspage about Join the Pipe here .

MUNA supports grassroots development projects such as Burma Children and  Street Survivors India . The MUNA staff works closely together with the people running the projects locally. In the coming years we hope to extend our contacts and projects. We will keep you updated about all our activities via our website.

In 2016 the MUNA staff collaborated with the Hague Peace projects in a film project you can read about on this page .

In 2019 MUNA built a partnership with world's largest Model United Nations community: MunPlanet .

A big thank you goes out to our sponsors as well. We can't organize MUNA without their support.  Especially Fonds 1818 has been a big support for us. On the sponsor page you can see a list of our sponsors.

If you would like to sponsor MUNA as well or if you would like to collaborate with MUNA, please contact us via the site.

Background information

Find us on YouTube! - MUNA 2017

January 16th 2017

Dear delegates, student officers, MUN-directors and esteemed guests, We would like to draw your attention to the fact that we have a YouTube channel on which we will upload instructional videos to help all delegates with their preparations for the ... Read more

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