Welcome to the twelfth annual

Baltic Model United Nations


Launching local living economies to achieve global prosperity

Welcome to the 2019 Baltic Model United Nations conference. For the twelfth year, students from all around the globe will come together to discuss and find
peaceful solutions to current political issues. The BALMUN conference is a four-day simulation of the United Nations for secondary school students.
It takes place at the Innerstädtisches Gymnasium Rostock, Germany in May 2019.

This year, it’s all about furthering global peace and achieving international prosperity through the creation of local living economies and addressing the chances and challenges connected with these goals. For the 2019 BALMUN conference, we have undertaken certain changes in order to keep up with the changing political and social aspects of the world we live in. As always, we seek to provide a conference suitable for both MUN beginners, as well as more experienced delegates, as we believe that a mixed skill set is the most efficient way of relaying knowledge and principles that build the core of Model United Nations.

We are looking forward to meeting you in May!

Committees and Councils

GA1 – Disarmament & international security
  • Establishing international cooperative arrangements and measures in order to further and strengthen political stability through lower levels of armament
  • Establishing international guidelines in order to ensure the peaceful use of outer space
GA3 – Social, humanitarian & cultural
  • Addressing the issue of net neutrality in order to preserve freedom of speech and foster social participation
  • Providing systems of humanitarian aid/help to regions of insufficient governmental control in order to reduce refugee streams
GA4 – Special political & decolonization
  • Implementing guidelines and regulations on the exploitation of natural resources of polar regions
  • Providing means such as, but not limited to vocational training, microcredits and incentives to LEDCs in Africa in order to build up independent, local economies
Security Council
  • Establishing an international framework in order to find peaceful solutions in the South Sudanese conflict
  • Defusing the Rohingya Crisis by setting up precursors for a sustainable reduction of tensions
Economic and Social Council
  • Developing alternative local economic structures and industries
  • Tackling the issue of multilateral trade challenged by increasingly unilateral trade measures
Environment Assembly
  • Implementing global guidelines on genetic modification in order to prevent its negative effects on the environment, such as, but not limited to the growing of monocultures and the loss of biodiversity
  • Establishing international standards in order to reduce consequences of urban sprawl, such as habitat fragmentation, water and air pollution and increased infrastructure costs

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