Introducing DogMUN- Model United Nations for your pet dog!

by erik on April 1, 2016


At Best Delegate, we operate with the goal of providing “MUN for the whole family”. Because of this, we decided to announce the newest conference for the Model UN community, DogMUN! DogMUN will be a dog-annual conference, with the following dates:

  • UN DogDogMUN I- April 15, 2016
  • DogMUN II- May 29, 2016
  • DogMUN III- July 12, 2016
  • DogMUN IV- September 1, 2016
  • DogMUN V- November 15, 2016
  • DogMUN VI- January 5, 2017
  • DogMUN VII- February 22, 2017

Topics at DogMUN will cover the most important issues facing the canine community- here’s a sneak preview of some of our committees!

UN Security Council
Chair: Winston Furchill
Topic: Protection of Civilians Against the Atrocities of Cats

Dog UNGeneral Assembly 1
Chair: Dog Hammarskjold
Topic: Why do humans talk to us like we’re human babies?

General Assembly 2
Chair: Javier Pérez de Collar
Topic: Evil Robot Floor Cleaning Machines
General Assembly 3
Chair: Martin Van Purren
Topic: Investing in research to discover “Who is the good boy?”

General Assembly 4
Chair: Bark Ruffalo
Topic: The Situation in the Democratic Republic of the…. OOOH BALL!!! BALL!!!

The conference will also feature a keynote address by none other than Bo Obama, delivering his rebarks about canine rights across the country. Also, Saturday night at our delegate social we’ll come together to raise the ruff, however bear in mind that we have a strict policy against heavy petting.

So sign up your dog for the first official DogMUN- just like your backyard, we’re sure your dog will dig it!

MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA - MAY 15: Dachshunds are seen during a performance and art installation titled 'Dachshund U.N.' at the Melbourne Museum on May 15, 2010 in Melbourne, Australia. The installation by Perth artist Bennett Miller is part of the New Wave Festival and sees 47 dachshunds representing national delegates taking part in a meeting of the United Nations' Commission on Human Rights, examining the role of the United Nations as a risk management organisation. (Photo by Lucas Dawson/Getty Images)


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