Next Muna conference   February 15-17 2023

A conference that cares

Projects & partners

Over the last fifteen 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 are looking forward to continuing our collaborations the coming years.

We hope that other schools will also find their way to the exciting educational 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 Justice and Peace.

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

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.

We will keep you posted on this website about future projects we or our partners are involved in. Feel free to contact us via the website if you would like to know how you (or your school) can be involved as well. We believe in sharing good practices and would love to hear your ideas, project proposals and activities as well.

MUNA staff workshops

The MUNA staff delivers MUN workshops on request. This year MUNA staff members give workshops in Sweden, France, Spain, India and China. Contact the staff via this website if your school is interested in a workshop delivered by MUNA staff members.

Maarten and Wessel delivering a MUNA workshop at Albert Einstein Gymnasium in Frankenthal, Germany in 2013.

MUNA supports the Burma Children Medical Fund

MUNA supports the projects of Street Survivors India

Teacher from one of the the learning centres

Jagriti Public School is also a project of Street Survivors India.







Justice and Peace organizes school visits of Human Rights Defenders.

Rwandese Human Rights lawyer Laurent Munyandilikirwa talks with Alfrink students, June 2014

Cuban graffiti artist and Human Rights Defender Danilo Maldonado Machado receiving a signed MUNA poster as a big thank you for his inspiring workshop at Alfrink College in 2013.

On the photo Sudanese Human Rights Defender Asha Elkarib with one of our pupils, June 2013

MUNA staff with Russian Human Rights Lawyer Magamed Abubakarov, 2012

Humanity House a discovery journey through Humanity House lets students experience what it is like to be a refugee. On the photo Alfrink students receive a presentation by a staff member of Humanity House and former refugee, October 2014.

Cogency delivers first class debating workhops