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C-MIMUN 2019 - From Russia with Love

by Kiril Lavrov

While visiting my hometown of Zelenograd on the northwestern edge of Moscow last April, I have decided to explore Eastern Europe's largest Model United Nations conference. The Moscow International Model United Nations (MIMUN) takes place annually since 1989 and have moved to the Moscow State University of International Relations in 1999. Since 2017 they also carry the Name of Vitaly Churkin, to honour Russia's late former ambassador to the United Nations.

Magical experience in Harvard WorldMUN 2017 - Montréal

The first step of our delegation’s official journey to Harvard WorldMUN 2017 began in Frankfurt airport on the morning of March 11. From then on it was clear that we had ahead of us a week which would becoming a lasting memory for each member of our delegation. From the inflight time to the stopover in Amsterdam, we could constantly be heard laughing and exchanging our excitement for the upcoming week.

Largest delegation ever enjoyed their trip to ScotMUN X

This year the amazing number of 22 delegates found their way to Edinburgh to attend ScotMUN X. Since Scotland’s premier MUN conference is famous for their high-quality debates as well as for their socials, it is a tradition for MUN Mannheim to attend this incredible event every year anew. This year attendance was remarkable and we sent our largest MUN Mannheim delegation ever!

Harvard WorldMUN 2016 - Unforgettable experience in Rome

The opening ceremony certainly included one of the highlights of WorldMUN 2016 in Rome as the Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi was one of the speakers. Being a great rhetorician his speech on the current situation in Europe, emphasizing the value of intercultural competences, was really impressive. Besides there were a couple of more speakers and some musical acts to complete the opening ceremony.

ScotMUN 2016 - Glamorous Mannheim Delegation

A grand total of twelve delegates of MUN Mannheim made their way through five countries all the way to Edinburgh to attend ScotMUN IX in early March. The premier Scottish MUN conference promised and delivered exciting debates, interesting solutions to unresolved issues and the famed ScotMUN socials.
Delegates of MUN Mannheim were present in every ScotMUN committee except the ICJ the UNSC and due to an unfortunate illness, the UK General Election committee, with our former vice president Hannes Hahn chairing in the IMF. In these committees our Delegates discussed a wide array of issues ranging from the issue of female suicide bombers in UN Women to resolving water conflicts in DISEC. It was in this very committee, that our delegation member and University of Mannheim alumni Philipp Sander won best delegate as representative of Sweden.