3 years ago

5 September, 2015

Alice Hoy 225 The University of Melbourne

Organised by:
Melbourne International Relations Society

10am Training
11am-1pm Session 1
1pm-2pm Lunch (featuring free pizza!)
2pm-5pm Session 2

Briefing paper: https://www.dropbox.com/s/ld7rqsvspu3guzy/MIRS%20MUN%20Mental%20Health%20Briefing%20Paper.pdf?dl=0

Want to take on the role of a country and argue for your national agenda? Desiring some practice in Model UN so you can take on the world stage? Mid-Semester blues got you craving some MUN fun?

The Melbourne International Relations Society (MIRS) is excited to be hosting a full day Mini-MUN (Model United Nations) on Saturday 5 September.

Delegates will be representing their respective countries in the World Health Organisation (WHO), and discussing the topic of 'improving access to mental health resources in newly industrialised countries'.

SIGN-UP is now available, so get in quick to secure your preferred country!

If you've never done a MUN before, never fear! Our amazing MUN Training Officer Carine Lim will be hosting a training session from 10-11am, a useful opportunity for both old and new MUNers alike!

This event is FREE for all MIRS members. Membership is only $2 for Melbourne University students, and $5 for all other students. We will also be supplying a FREE PIZZA LUNCH on the day.

We will be releasing further details closer to the event, although make sure to secure your place by signing up now and putting it in your calendar!

Questions? Feel free to message Melbourne International Relations Society or email Kieran at mun@mirs.org.au