This book is designed to give a step-by-step guide to becoming a great MUN delegate. The methods are tried and tested on highly successful MUN delegates. Some people will need to research on topics they know little about; others will already have a good knowledge and can move to the next chapter quicker. It encourages thorough preparation and gives advice on writing speeches and papers so that every delegate can have an enriching experience in a MUN conference and be inspired to make a difference to the world.
MS. GLENDA CLARK
Glenda Clark has been a teacher for 27 years in the UK and the UAE. In the UK she was Head of RE, Curriculum Leader for PSHCEE and Head of Humanities. In the UAE she became Head of Teaching and Learning working with teachers to develop their skills. She also took up the mantle of training students for World Scholars Cup, debate and MUN. Having produced numerous winning teams and delegates, Glenda was delighted to be asked to write a book to share her strategies for student development as MUN delegates.
MS. AEVERIE POLINTAN
Aeverie Polintan has participated in various Model UN Conferences as a delegate in different committees through the years including the Security Council, Human Rights Council, UNESCO and the General Assembly. She has won multiple Best Delegate awards including one from Georgetown University, Qatar's Model UN Conference. Moreover, she has served as a committee chair for the Human Rights Council in the Wellington Model UN and has established and served as the Secretary General for Winchester Model UN. Currently, Aeverie is pursuing a degree in Politics, Philosophy and Economics at Northeastern University, Boston on a full academic scholarship. As an aspiring lawyer specialising in both international and human rights law, Aeverie values the Model UN experience she had as it enabled her to voice her opinions, analyse and give rational solutions to problems that are prevalent in the world today.