Thank you for registering your delegation for AmeriMUNC VI. Delegation assignments and background guides will be posted on December 1st. At AmeriMUNC, each delegate will take part in a realistic simulation of regional conflicts and how NGOs, government bodies, and organs of the United Nations respond.
The wide range of AmeriMUNC committees will address pressing issues of regional importance in the Pacific. AmeriMUNC has four types of committees: General Assembly (GA), Regional/Legislative Bodies, NGO Boards, and Cabinets of various regional powers in the Pacific. More information about committees at AmeriMUNC VI can be found at https://www.amerimunc.com/committees/
The General Assembly committees are the largest of AmeriMUNC and some of the most intense. In addition to requiring research from delegates, these committees will be the ultimate test of delegates' ability to share their ideas and work with other delegates. To ensure the best experience for delegates, GA committees will have a maximum of 40 delegations. The General Assemblies at AmeriMUNC VI are as followed: UN First Committee on Disarmament and International Security (DISEC), UN Second Committee on Economic and Financial Concerns (ECOFIN), UN Third Committee on Social, Humanitarian & Cultural Issues (SOCHUM), The Fifth Committee on Administrative and Budgetary Matters, United Nations charter reform, The Committee on Peaceful Uses of Outer Space (COPUOS)
Countries represented at AmeriMUNC are assigned on a delegation-based system. Thus, your entire delegation will be assigned (depending on your delegation’s size) one to three countries to represent at AmeriMUNC VI this February. Below are the countries represented at AmeriMUNC VI.
Western Europe & Others
The Middle East
United Arab Emirates
Latin America & the Caribbean
Regional/Legislative Bodies are small-to-medium sized committees run in a GA format but with a focus on regional or specific country based issues. AmeriMUNC VI will feature two Regional/Legislative Bodies: The Shanghai Cooperation Organization and the Legislative Yuan of Taiwan.
AmeriMUNC VI will feature 5 NGO Boards: Exxon Mobil Board of Directors, Sinopec Board of Directors, Apple Board of Directors, Alphabet (Google) Board of Directors, and the 2020 Tokyo Olympics Organizing Committee. NGO Boards will give delegates the chance to experience how NGOs across the world balance international politics and specific organizational related goals. NGO Boards at AmeriMUNC also give students an opportunity to debate topics that otherwise wouldn’t be discussed in a traditional Model UN setting.
Cabinets and Government Councils
Cabinets and government councils present delegates with an opportunity to represent influential leaders at the heart of national politics and government. Delegates assigned to cabinets at AmeriMUNC VI will be forced to reckon with domestic issues at home, all while engaging in a variety of international socioeconomic and political obstacles facing the Pacific region. The Cabinets and Government Councils at AmeriMUNC VI are as followed: Cabinet of the DPRK, Cabinet of the State of Japan, Cabinet of the United States, Cabinet of South Korea, Cabinet of the Russian Federation, Cabinet of China, Kiribati Evacuation Force, and the Executive Council of the Philippine National Police.