2014 Rotary Model UN Overview

2014 Rotary Model UN Overview

Our District 5340 is the only one in the United States with a Rotary Model United Nations Program, started by our District's Pathways to Peace Committee ten years ago. Rotary International has a long and proud association with the U.N, with Rotarians involved in its charter, and having the highest consultative status of any nongovernmental organization. We are partners with the U.N. in our PolioPlus initiative.
Rotary clubs select teams of two high school students and one advisor, who can be a Rotarian, teacher or parent. A club can sponsor more than one team. Several months before the Conference, the students are given two modified current-day UN Resolutions to address, and will undergo a day of training in analytical and negotiating skills, what to expect at the actual Conference and then the students select the countries to which they will become ambassadors. Advisors are also given training and advised of our District's Youth Protection Policy.
Why should Clubs sponsor a Model UN team?

  • Trains students in peaceful conflict resolution, diplomatic negotiating strategies, and critical and analytical thinking and speaking skills.
  • Exposes students to complex international issues and different cultures and political ideologies in order to develop a more balanced, objective worldly perspective.
  • Increases your Club's involvement with New Generations in addition to LEAD, RYLA, Interact, Rotaract, and the four-way speech contest.

Being Rotary, we deliberately recruit students from a cross section of San Diego County schools, including inner city schools such as San Diego High School and Monarch, in addition to more recognized high schools. In this way, students from a variety of backgrounds get to interact and become friends with each other. MUN students can be from freshmen to seniors.
The 2014 Conference takes place on April 12 – 13, 2014 at the Joan B. Kroc Institute for Peace & Justice, University of San Diego. Students and advisors will stay at the Crowne Plaza Hotel, Mission Valley on Saturday night. This year we are very fortunate to have Ambassador Anwarul K. Chowdhury as our keynote speaker at Saturday night’s banquet. Ambassador Chowdhury is the former Ambassador of Bangladesh to the United Nations, former UN Under-Secretary-General and President of the UN Security Council, and a global champion for sustainable peace. There will be a limited number of additional tickets for the Saturday evening banquet and keynote address.

The cost of the 2014 MUN Program will be: $750 per team of 2 students and 1 advisor.
Please contact the District Chair now to reserve space for your Club for this exciting Program.
Rotary Model United Nations Program - developing the world leaders of tomorrow - today.

Kevin Cahill,
Chair
Rotary District 5340 Model United Nations Program
(858) 784-7577

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