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.


Who We Are

Nigeria Model United Nations Society (NigMUNS) is a non-profit organization that develops the understanding of the United Nations and contemporary global issues among young people since the year 2004. We provide one of the most prestigious and robust platforms for the most authentic simulation of the UN, her deliberations, conflict resolution, collaboration, and development interventions against the backdrop of Nigeria’s parallel and unique social issues. We have received local, national and international recognition... Read More
 

What We Believe

Nigeria Model United Nations Society believes in a better future. We believe in young people. We believe in development interventions and executable solutions to the world’s most pressing problems. We envision a world of young global actors, highly informed change agents, and seemingly ordinary young Africans making local inputs for global impact. Our belief system is firmly engrained in our mandate, motivation, and modus operandi. We constantly affirm, via our annual intensive life transforming conferences, that cooperative... Read More

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September 12, 2017

More Than 3.5 Million Refugee Children Don’t Attend Schools – UN

More than half the world’s refugee children — some 3.5 million altogether — do not attend school, the UN refugee agency said Tuesday, urging greater and steadier funding for their education. “Some 3.5 million didn’t get a single day” of school last year from among the 6.4 million children aged […]
September 8, 2017

Marginalization, Perceived Abuse Of Power Pushing Africa’s Youth To Extremism – UN study

Deprivation, marginalization and perceived state violence or abuse of power are pushing young Africans into the clutches of violent extremism, a groundbreaking study by the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) reveals. “This study sounds the alarm that as a region, Africa’s vulnerability to violent extremism is deepening,” Abdoulaye Mar Dieye, UNDP […]
September 5, 2017

Nigeria Ranks 95th In World’s Internet Speed, Singapore Takes 1st Position As The Fastest

Nigeria has been  ranked at 95th in the world rankings of countries with fastest broadband internet speed. This was discovered in a new finding conducted by data analysis and collection agency Cable.co.uk. Singapore tops at number one while the war-stricken Yemensits at the very last position. Cable.co.uk analysed the data in a […]