Issues on the agenda
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Programme of events
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AMUN – Alster Model United Nations is an international MUN conference hosted by the Gymnasium Klosterschule. AMUN 2018 is going to take place in Hamburg, Germany, from the 21st to the 24th of October! We’re looking forward to welcome you in the beautiful city of Hamburg!
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The Executive Team
”One must keep fighting for peace“ (Gandhi), the Delegate of the Netherlands demands and argues ”violence is not the solution“ to the controversial topic of taking measures to establish lasting peace in Yemen. Everyone desires peace but in the third committee the delegates seem to have quite different opinions on how to solve this war.[…]
The Opening Ceremony October 21, 2018 “Make love, not war“, declared the PGA as the first speaker of the Alster Model United Nations 2018. Approximately 170 students from 13 schools and 3 countries (Denmark, Spain and Germany) were listening to him (ok, minus the delegate of the Security Council representing the Ukraine who fell[…]
How can I host an AMUN participant? (Scroll down for a German translation) Are you interested in hosting an AMUN participant? Each conference is based on international relations and hospitality. With about 40% of our guests coming from other schools in Germany and from abroad (e.g. Denmark, Estonia at AMUN 2018), host families are essential[…]
How do I get involved as a delegate? What does a delegate do? As a delegate you play a vital role in every Model United Nations (MUN): You represent your assigned country as well as its values and positions in one of the committees, where you debate political issues of fundamental importance. Before the[…]
How do I get involved as a chair at AMUN? Are you interested in participating in AMUN as a Chair? Every debate at an MUN relies on the leadership and experience of a chair. Making sure that every delegate follows the Rules of Procedure and helping inexperienced delegates to write their resolutions and to[…]
A speech by the World Health Organisation about “establishing guidelines for the privatisation of water” “Most honourable Chairs, fellow Delegates, hard working Add Staff and dear guests. Providing access to water is one of the most effective instruments in promoting health and reducing poverty. 17% of the global population lacked access to safe water resources[…]
102 delegates in one room and it is comparatively quiet. How can this be? The Russian delegate gives us the answer right before he delivers the opening speech to his resolution about increasing international efforts to prevent terrorist attacks: “Very hard work” went on “all night long”. Right, of course! Well, then we’ll excuse the[…]