Pace University New York City’s Online Model United Nations Handbook
(c) Pace University, 2016. Version 3.1 BETA. For information, permissions or corrections, contact Dr. Matthew Bolton, mbolton@pace.edu

This online handbook for students in Model United Nations (MUN) classes and clubs draws on a 60 year history of Pace University New York City’s participation in MUN conferences around the United States and the world. Particular thanks go to the following faculty, students and alumni for their contributions to this handbook: Dr. Linda Quest, Dr. Chris Malone, Dr. Gregory Julian, Dr. Meghana Nayak, Professor Karin Riedl, Dr. Matthew Bolton, Jose Luis Castro, Alejandra Lopez, Stephanie Robayo, Caroline McMahon, Justin Teitel, Lorendra Pinder, Amanda Corsaro, Krupa Patel, Michael Zona, Kimberley Alonso, Katie James, Elena Marmo, Kelsey McGhee and Jacqueline Kelleher.


Unit 1: Introduction to Model United Nations

Unit 2: Researching Your Assignment and Writing Your Model United Nations Position Paper

Unit 3: Foundational Skills for Model United Nations

Unit 4: The Conference

Unit 5: Advanced Skills for Model United Nations

Unit 6: Preparing for More Complex Committees and Conferences

Unit 7: Thinking Critically about Model United Nations

Unit 8: Applying Model United Nations Lessons to the “Real World”

Unit 9: Teaching Model United Nations

Annex A: Selected Model United Nations Bibliography

Annex B: Model United Nations 2.0 — Internet, Social Media and Apps