LSE MUN is the annual crisis-centric Model United Nations conference hosted at LSE from January 26th-28th, 2018
Crisis is a progressive form of MUN which seeks to add elements of realism and responsiveness to the otherwise static MUN format. With a fluid style of discussion and real-time implications to proposals, the crisis format seeks to provide an accessible yet more intense simulation of structured discussion that will appeal to both beginners and veterans alike.
Moreover, Crisis MUN moves away from the traditional bodies of the United Nations to engage in debate and discussions beyond international relations. Each year, LSE MUN focuses on a theme designed to appeal to students of not just International Relations, but also Political Science and History as well. In an international institution famous for the social sciences, we provide a conference (and an education!) for all.
A generous stream of students and crisis veterans from around the World have provided us with both the academic and technical firepower to conduct world class simulations year on year. European Crisis was originally pioneered here in LSE, and we intend to maintain that heritage.
Expect a weekend of diplomacy, national governance, political wrangling, war and - of course - the occasional assassination in our crisis simulations that cater to all from Beginners to Veterans (not to mention amazing socials).
We look forward to seeing you at LSE MUN 2018!
The LSE MUN Secretariat:
Secretary General: Jonathan Lin
Director General: Eric Guo
USG Staff and Delegacy: Alex Selway
USG Finance: John Gordon
USG Socials: Tasha Chia
USG Communications: You Zhen Ang