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NigMUNS at 10!!!

NigMUNS at 10!!!

It is with great pleasure and warmest regards that I welcome you to the homepage of the Nigeria Model United Nations Society. I would like to specially welcome guests visiting our website for the first time. I hope you will have a fruitful and memorable time in this academic journey to our organization, NigMUNS... Read More

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About Nigeria Model United Nation Society

About Nigeria Model United Nation Society

The Nigerian Model United Nations Society (NigMUNS) was founded in 2004 and held its first conferences in 2005. NigMUNS is highly deepened in the urge and rising need to involve young people in participating and simulating the decision-making processes of the United... Read More

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July 28, 2015
Conference theme

CONFERENCE THEME For NISSMUN 2015

Eliminating Hate Messages and Violent Crimes The focus of this year’s NISSMUN theme, eliminating hate messages and violent crimes, challenges us to take meaningful steps to fight commonplace discriminatory practices in our societies.  We are all aware that many of man’s greatest atrocities have had racial underpinnings, but the collective toll inflicted by routine racism and religious hate messages are frequently overlooked.  Indeed, the edifices of humanity’s most horrific crimes have often been built on the foundations of banal bigotry. Despite decades of efforts to eradicate hate crimes, the virus of racism continues to infect human relations and human institutions […]
July 28, 2015
committees and topic

Committees & Topics For NISSMUN 2015

  General Assembly (GA) Fighting Violent Extremism Tackling international criminal networks Security Council (SC) Violent hate crime as a threat to international security Resolving the Israeli and Palestine Conflict Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) Socio economic dimensions of violent crimes Fighting radicalism with human development Human Rights Council (HRC) Promotion of peace and human rights Combating Xenophobic Violence Commission on the Status of Women (CSW) The role of women in preventing and countering radicalization Protecting women from radical religious indoctrination United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) Poverty as a breeding ground for radicalism Promoting better governance and political participation Food and […]
July 28, 2015
guidelines

Registration Requirement for Participation of NISSMUN Conference 2015

Application for participation is only open to Senior Secondary School Students. The maximum number of students per school is 30 students (Please note that this is just the maximum, any number of applications less than 30 is acceptable). Schools that wish to send more than 30 students should notify the NigMUNS Office. Registration is from February 20, 2015 till May 28, 2015. Delegates who register after this date will be subjected to a 10% surcharge. NigMUNS will not make any refund of payment from two months before the conference. Any swapping or changing of delegate after registration will attract an […]