March Theme: MUN Goes to College

by Lala Kumakura on March 8, 2017


Best Delegate strives to produce the best MUN-related content to help delegates at every level find the information they need.  That’s why theme for March is MUN Goes to College. We’ll be bringing you lots of […]

LIMUN 2017: Conference Recap

by Sam Povey on March 7, 2017


London International MUN (LIMUN), Europe’s largest university-level conference, hosted its 18th edition last weekend in London. Around 1600 delegates braved the inclement British February weather to participate in 35 simulations of UN and other supranational […]

Bi-Weekly UN Recap #2

by Chea-Mun Tan on March 7, 2017


Welcome to Bi-weekly UN Recap, a new series from Best Delegate to help delegates stay up-to-date with the happenings of the UN! The following are UN-related events that have occurred in the last two weeks. Links have […]


The following is a guest post written by Kacie Candela, an undergraduate student at Fordham University and U.N. beat reporter for WFUV News.   In an increasingly globalized and digitized world, it seems incongruous that […]


I had the pleasure of interviewing Ahmed Hajari, Secretary-General of THIMUN Qatar 2017, on his experience overlooking the conference during this year’s THIMUN Qatar. Chea-Mun: Please introduce yourself and your role during this years THIMUN […]

How MUN Powerhouses Make it Work (TJHSST & JP Stevens)

by Ayush Saxena on February 28, 2017


                    About a month ago, at ILMUNC, I was given the chance to meet the Secretary-General of one the most immense powerhouses when it comes to […]

JHUMUNC 2017 Recap

by Aaron K on February 26, 2017

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The Johns Hopkins University MUN Conference (JHUMUNC) was proud to host over 1500 delegates from 87 high schools – some from across the globe – at the stunning Hilton Baltimore. JHUMUNC prides itself in delivering […]


The numerous styles of chairing and software used are in many ways the basis for chairing at university level MUN. Asides from knowing the basics of rules of procedure and the topic in question, the […]

MUN has an elitism problem: here’s how we fix it

by Sam Povey on February 23, 2017


Model UN has an elitism problem… . It’s both glaringly obvious and almost completely ignored. The students who participate overwhelmingly come from the wealthiest, most privileged parts of society: the sons and daughters of financiers, […]