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M.U.N.A. stands for Model United Nations Assembly.
M.U.N.A. simulates the workings of the U.N. assembly by having teams of two students represent a particular U.N. country. Topics are debated on matters of world political and social concern. It is held over a week-end to give sufficient time for all participants to become involved. The main aim is to develop an awareness of the United Nations in students as well as international situations of other countries and to encourage students to study topics from another country’s perspective.
The objective is to encourage young people to learn respect and tolerance for people of all races, religions and nationalities. They do this by debating U.N. topics from their given countries perspectives.
Can Exchange Rotary Students Participate?
Yes they are encouraged to and those that have in
the past have all had a great time. Unless the student is very confident with
the debating in English skills ...
Posted Mar 2, 2014, 12:25 AM by Web Master
What is Model United Nations?
Model United Nations is an authentic simulation of the U.N. General Assembly.
The Rotary Model United Nations Assembly is all about building bridges of goodwill for world peace and ...
Posted Mar 2, 2014, 12:58 AM by Web Master
How did Model U.N. begin?
MUNA was first conducted in Rotary by Rotary at Winnipeg in Canada, and introduced to Australia by the Lake Cargelligo Rotary Club in 1980
In 1989 President Royce Abbey of ...
Posted Aug 6, 2010, 9:06 PM by Web Master