Welcome to the fourteenth annual

Baltic Model United Nations


Coming soon


Model United Nations (MUN) is a simulation of the work of the United Nations Organization
managed and carried out by students from different schools and countries.

This year's conference will be from May 19th to 22nd.
We are currently planning on hosting an in-person conference in May. However, we are prepared to host a virtual or hybrid conference should the pandemic situation force us to (in that unfortunate case we would reduce conference fees appropriately).
The topic will be "Negotiating new policies and navigating networks to diminish discrimination".

You can find more information about BALMUN in general here and what this year's Conference will be about in our introduction.

If you want to register for this year's conference you can do so here.

Committees and Councils

GA3 – Social, humanitarian & cultural
  • Reducing racial and gender inequality in the workplace
  • Preventing the criminalization and discrimination of LGBTQIA+ people
GA4 – Special political & decolonization
  • Eliminating the social and political neglect and exclusion of minorities
  • Encouraging the return of cultural treasures to colonized countries and acknowledging historical responsibility
Security Council
  • Easing tensions between opposing forces in Afghanistan in order to prevent the spread of terrorism
  • Overcoming ethnic division and alleviating the struggle for resources in the Sahel-Zone
Economic and Social Council
  • Establishing international standards to reduce the exploitation of affected demographics in global supply chains
  • Decreasing the production of plastic waste by implementing circular economy principles
Environment Assembly
  • Strengthening the rights of indigenous communities and recognizing the role they play in preserving the environment
  • Supporting regions disproportionately affected by natural catastrophes and extreme weather events
World Health Organization
  • Providing affordable and accessible health care services for minorities in LDCs and LEDCs
  • Ensuring a just distribution of vaccines, drugs, and medical supplies across the globe

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