Nigeria Model United Nations Society (NigMUNS) is a non-governmental organization registered under the laws of the Federal Republic of Nigeria. The organization is recognized by the Federal Ministry of Education & Ministry of Foreign Affairs and has a Special Consultative Status with the United Nations Economic and Social Council.

Welcome to NigMUNS 2016 Programs

Welcome to NigMUNS 2016 Programs

It is with great pleasure and warmest regards that I welcome you to the homepage of the Nigeria Model United Nations Society. I hope that you will enjoy browsing our website, finding more options and information each time......Read More

About NigMUNS

About NigMUNS

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 29, 2015


 LAGOS REGIONAL SECONDARY SCHOOLS MODEL UNITED NATIONS a programme of Nigeria Model United Nations Society (NigMUNS) RULES OF PROCEDURE for 1ST LARSSMUN CONFERENCE September 30 – October 4, 2015  Golden Tulip Hotel & Conference Centre FESTAC, LAGOS, NIGERIA   RULES OF PROCEDURE OVERVIEW The following rules apply to the Lagos Regional Secondary Schools Model United Nations Conference (herein referred to as LARSSMUN) Conference. An assembly of the United Nations plenary session cannot work without a strict and binding set of rules. At the same time these rules of procedure will secure an orderly and productive working atmosphere and thus allow […]
July 29, 2015


RULES DELEGATES MUST STRICTLY ADHERE TO DURING THE CONFERENCE Delegates must study the Rules of Procedure in depth and follow its clauses throughout the Conference. Please contact the Conference Secretariat should any questions about the Rules of Procedure arise. During plenary and committee sessions, delegates are expected, at all times, to remain in character and represent the interests and policies of the countries to which they are assigned. Delegates are expected to give their full attention to the proceedings in all meetings. Passing notes during meetings could be distracting and is discouraged. Delegates should engage other delegations in discussions during […]
July 29, 2015
committees and topic

LARSSMUN 2015 Committees and Topics

General Assembly (GA) Learning to live together Responsible global citizenship Security Council (SC) ISIS and youth recruitment:  A threat to Global Security Proliferation of small arms and light weapons Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) Empowering youth as change agents Economic implications of violent crimes Commission on Sustainable Development (CSD) Promoting sustainable lifestyles and consumption patterns Engaging young people in Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) Human Rights Council (HRC) Combating hatred, prejudice, intolerance and stereotypes Education for human rights United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) Tackling the reasons behind the spread of extremist ideologies and youth recruitment Poverty as a contributing factor in […]