We hope too see you all this Wednesday, 12.10, at 19:15 in CM5 for our first MUN debate. Make sure to enter your name on the country list. We recommend all those new to MUN to note it on the list, or to join a delegation with an experienced member.
To reduce necessary preparation we already settled the debate on Topic B: Police aggression. The study guide can be found here. Please read it before the debate to ensure a lively and interesting conversation. In addition a quick research on your countries specific policy can proof invaluable. For further documents, like the rules of procedure, check the resources page.
We are looking forward to seeing you all this Wednesday
your MUN-EPFL Board
For those of you, who couldn’t attend the introduction last week: You can take a look at the slides here.
Further reading: Official rules of procedure.
With our new website we want to simplify our communication with you, our members. Here, on the home page, you will find a post for each of our sessions. It includes the date, time and location of the session, links to the study guide and the country selection, as well as some additional information that might prove handy (For this week’s post, just scroll down).
The “About us” page provides information to students interested in joining us. For boards contact information visit the “Contact” page. And for other documents like the rules of procedure go to the “Resources” page.
In the future we’ll also post information regarding conferences here, so stay tuned for that.
your MUN-EPFL board