It has just been a few days since the new year started, but our delegates are as busy as ever. For example with explaining to reporters, and thus the readers, what we will do in New York and why we are so thrilled to be a part of this experience. This time, the delegate in … More Small-Town Cosmopolitan
As a delegate, you have a lot to do: you have to learn about how the UN (and especially your committee!) works, what the country you are going to represent has done in the past and plans to do in the future, and doing a lot of fundraising work. And even though this is all … More All I want for Christmas is… a Party!
“What are you doing this weekend?” No matter which one of our delegates you would have asked this question, the answer would have been the same. Writing a Position Paper. So while our friends and families enjoyed their weekend, did some Christmas Shopping, or simply stayed at home doing nothing, our delegates worked hard to … More Every Letter Counts
Tübingen is famous for many things: the castle Hohentübingen, the university and its faculties, and many, many bicycles. But the cultural phenomenon that draws most tourists to the city is the annual chocolate market. More than 300.000 people are visiting the Chocol’ART each year. While the first snowflakes covered mugs filled to the brim with … More Chocol’ART 2017
When the delegates of the 2018 Tübingen delegation entered the seminar room on December 5th, there was a surprise waiting for them: three of last years delegates visited us. They were, however, not only present to share their experience with us, but challenged our delegates with an entertaining but also educational exercise: how to deal … More “Under Pressure” – The Stress Simulation
During the weekend from Saturday, November 18th to Sunday, 19th, the delegates of the 2018 Tübingen delegation experienced their first UN simulation. And even though it was being held in private, with only the Tübingen delegates and our instructors present, it was still equal parts overwhelming and enlightening. Shy, wide-eyed, and unsure about what to … More The First Simulation
Ever wondered what the work of the UN looks like? How the resolutions you might have heard about came to pass? What diplomats do when they meet in New York every year? Become part of the Tübingen NMUN delegation and participate in one of the biggest UN simulations worldwide. We start preparations in October and … More New Delegates Wanted!
After six months of hard preparation all our work payed off. Not only did the delegation win several awards, but we also had great fun participating in the numerous committees. We enjoyed the cooperative atmosphere during the conference and the opportunity to visit the United Nations General Assembly Hall. We want to thank the Philippines … More Our NMUN 2017 experience
This week our delegation traveled to Geneva, Switzerland, for four days. We had the great chance to visit some UN institutions relevant to our preparations for NMUN. The trip gave us huge insights into the work of real diplomats as well as of employees of the UN. On our first day, we visited the United … More Our trip to Geneva – 2017
Last Friday, February 3rd, the Tuebingen Model United Nations took place. Students from Hohenheim and Heidelberg attend our UN Simulation. After a great opening and welcoming speech from Prof. Dr. Thomas Diez, director of the Institute of Political Science, the Simulation started. The preliminary agenda included the following three topics: The Role of the Private Sector … More TMUN 2017