(Global Elementary Model United Nations)

May 15 & 16, 2015
26th Annual Session

Session Theme: Post-2015 Development Agenda

"The framework for sustainable development reflects our commitment to three interconnected objectives: 1) economic development, 2) social inclusion and 3) environmental sustainability. Each of these dimensions contributes to the others and all are necessary for the well-being of individuals and societies. Together, they are meant to enable people to fulfil their potential within the finite resources of our planet."
-- from the Report of the Secretary-General, A life of dignity for all: accelerating progress towards the Millennium Development Goals and advancing the United Nations development agenda beyond 2015


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Global Elementary Model United Nations is what the name implies -- elementary (and middle school) students role-playing the assemblies of the United Nations! This enriching, exciting opportunity has been available in Dallas/Fort Worth, Texas, U.S.A. since 1990.

GEMUN is an excellent hands-on approach to learning in a global context. By role-playing delegates to the United Nations, young people from varied backgrounds learn about other countries, cultures and international relationships, while developing a global perspective on real issues confronting the world community today, and acquiring many transferable skills.

During the school year, elementary and middle school children and their sponsors receive help through workshops and printed materials. This preparation will culminate in a two-day Model United Nations session.

Students immensely enjoy the collegiate setting while participating in GEMUN. Due to the authentic nature of the material and assignments, they see direct application of the information to their daily lives, the problems in the world and their surrounding environment.

(The information below is in process of being updated for the conference in 2015.
It takes a few months for it all to be updated. Thanks for your patience.
If you have questions, please send them to the email address below.)


* GEMUN Challenge

* How Will Students Benefit from GEMUN?

* Resource Page

* GEMUN 2015 Committees, Topics and Links

* Countries Assigned for GEMUN '15

* Registration Information

* Calendar for the year

* Agenda

* Brookhaven Campus map showing where to park for GEMUN

* GEMUN Handbook in pdf format

* GEMUN and other RMS Publications

* Past GEMUNs

* Location of GEMUN sessions in May:
Brookhaven College, 3939 Valley View Lane, Farmers Branch, Dallas, TX

* Location of GEMUN Delegate Workshops (see Calendar for dates):
Morningside Middle School, 2751 Mississippi Avenue, Fort Worth, TX


To be added to the GEMUN maillist, send an email to staff at unol.org
with 'GEMUN maillist' in the subject line.


For more information about GEMUN:
E-mail: rmswcc at airmail.net
Phone: metro (817) 654-1018
Fax: metro (817) 654-1028


GEMUN is sponsored by:
The Robert Muller School
6005 Royaloak Dr.
Arlington, TX 76016 USA
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