This conference is of serious and diplomatic nature.
Therefore there are certain rules that have to be respected:
During the conference, alcoholic drinks and narcotic drugs are strictly prohibited. Smoking is only permitted in designated areas. Mobile phones must be turned on silent. The use of chewing gum is not allowed.
The purpose of these simple guidelines is to make it possible for all MUN participants to operate, considering the primary purposes of the conference.
Being a serious simulation of the United Nations delegates are expected to be dressed appropriately. For boys this means that they should be dressed in a formal suit, a shirt and a tie (jeans are not allowed). Girls should be dressed equally formally in suits, with trousers or skirts, or dresses. Skirts can't be shorter than just slightly above the knee. Revealing tops are not allowed. Shoes also have to be formal (wearing sneakers is not permitted). Delegates may be denied access to the conference when appearing dressed inappropriately.
All participants will receive their badge when they register. You will need it to enter the conference buildings. If you lose your badge, you will have to obtain a new one at the Information and Registration Desk for a fee of € 5.
Public transport ticket
When you register you will receive a public transport ticket. The ticket should only be validated on the morning of the first day of the conference for it to be valid on the last day of the conference as well. The ticket is valid for Zone M.
Packed food and snacks
Participants are encouraged to bring packed food and/or snacks should they become hungry prior to lunch. Food may not be eaten in the conference rooms, though it may be eaten outside of the building, in the cafeteria or near the kiosk.
Computer and photocopying facilities
Computer and printing facilities for making changes to resolutions will be provided in external venues and the ESM. You will need to bring a USB memory stick in order to save any changes made. Delegates are highly encouraged to bring a USB stick and laptop for lobbying on Tuesday and Wednesday if possible. The Administrative Staff is responsible for photocopying.
The MunoM newspaper
The MunoM Press Team consists of journalists, photographers, a film crew and an editor, who will be responsible for publishing a daily newspaper. The MunoM newspaper will not necessarily include real news headlines, but rather reports on the issues being debated and the progress of the committees. Delegates are welcome to contribute to the MunoM newspaper by handing in articles of any nature to a member of the Press Team. Short ‘press conferences’ held in the committee rooms will allow the Press Team to ask delegates questions concerning the debate and their opinions on the issues.