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World's Largest Youth Empowerment Initiative

FWWMUN seeks to bring together future generations of leaders from all corners of the globe to gain first-hand experience in international relations, to produce high-quality resolutions aimed at bringing about the Future We Want.

FWWMUN begins with a series of workshops delivered by experts and Diplomats about Youth Involvement, the SDGs, and Leadership. Furthermore, during the first committee session, delegates will have the opportunity to engage at a High Level by benefitting from experts in their field on the committee topics.

 

During the years, several events of the FWWMUN were held at the United Nations Headquarters in New York. Today, the FWWMUN is the largest MUN platform for selected youth and it includes also regional workshops in the five continents: a unique concept made possible only thanks to the support of the partnering diplomatic missions and governmental institutions.

If you are looking for an engaging experience that will challenge and enhance the capabilities of delegates from every skill level, then FWWMUN is the right conference for you. As the largest  and most diverse high school and university conference in the world, FWWMUN provides students with exposure to the world's most pressing issues, an array of top-quality and academically rigorous preparation and training materials.

FWWMUN - Washington D.C.
FWWMUN - Washington D.C.

Thu, Nov 07

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Washington

FWWMUN - Washington D.C.

World's Largest Youth Empowerment Initiative! "Future We Want Model United Nations: a Global Initiative for Young Leaders" lands in Washington D.C., capital of the U.S.A. Are you the next global changemaker?

Time & Location

Nov 07, 2024, 3:00 PM – Nov 10, 2024, 6:00 PM

Washington, Washington, DC, USA

About the event

MUN Roles

  • Delegate: a student in a role of a delegate participates fully in all conference events and committee session proceedings. During committee sessions, a delegate represents an assigned country other than his country of nationality and takes part in debates and resolution writing. A delegate represents the official stance of their assigned country according to the committee topic in discussion.
  • Observer: a student in a role of an observer participates in conference events and attends committee sessions but does not take part in the debates or resolution writing. An observer does not represent any country during the committee sessions. The observer role is meant for inexperienced MUN students who may want to understand better the MUN proceedings and build knowledge on discussed topics and ways of debate.
  • Faculty Advisor: a faculty advisor is a School or University teacher/professor/staff accompanying a delegation. Faculty advisors can attend conference events except for committee sessions. Faculty advisors must not interfere in the conference proceedings, or distract their delegates nor are they allowed inside the committee sessions rooms unless otherwise allowed by the committee chairperson or conference staff. Faculty advisors are the point of contact and organization for conference staff members regarding their delegation.
  • Delegation: a delegation is a group of students from the same university, school, or MUN club wishing to attend the MUN together. A delegation consists of delegates and a faculty advisor or head delegate. Delegates part of a delegation may be distributed among different committees

Acceptance Criteria

  • Delegate or Observer: High School or University Student, age 14-28
  • Faculty Advisor: Academic Teacher or Educational Staff Member, age 21+

Key Dates

  • Early Registrations: February 12 - March 24
  • Regular Registrations: March 25 - August 18
  • Late Registrations: August 19 - September 29
  • Participation Confirmation: September 30 - October 6 (detailed information will be sent by e-mail once registrations close)
  • Assignment: from October 7
  • Position Paper Deadline: November 3

Conference Fees and VISA

  • Registration Fee: access to all conference events between November 7-10 is included in the cost of the fee. Accommodation, transportation, meals & beverages are not included in the price of the registration
  • VISA: invitation letters can be requested by  participants who comply with the acceptance criteria and have fully paid their fees

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  • Early Registration Fee

    Sale ends: Mar 24, 11:50 PM

    Delegate Acceptance Criteria: - High School or University Student - Age 14-28

    $95.00
    +$2.38 service fee
  • Regular Registration Fee

    Delegate Acceptance Criteria: - High School or University Student - Age 14-28

    $110.00
    +$2.75 service fee
    Goes on sale: Mar 25, 12:00 AM
  • Late Registration Fee

    Delegate Acceptance Criteria: - High School or University Student - Age 14-28

    $150.00
    +$3.75 service fee
    Goes on sale: Aug 19, 12:00 AM
  • Faculty Advisor Fee

    Sale ends: Sep 29, 11:50 PM

    Faculty Advisor Acceptance Criteria: - Academic Teacher or Educational Staff Member - Age 21+

    $25.00
    +$0.63 service fee
  • Delegation Fee

    Sale ends: Sep 29, 11:50 PM

    Delegations are required to pay the delegation fee on top of the fee for each member. It is an additional surcharge that has to be paid just once per delegation.

    $80.00
    +$2.00 service fee
  • Observer Fee

    Sale ends: Sep 29, 11:50 PM

    Observer Acceptance Criteria: - High School or University Student - Age 14-28

    $80.00
    +$2.00 service fee
  • USA High School/University

    Sale ends: Sep 29, 11:50 PM

    This ticket is reserved to students of USA High Schools/Universities. Before buying the ticket kindly send a proof of your enrollment in a national educational institution to registrations@fwwmun.org

    $50.00
    +$1.25 service fee

Total

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Steps of your application process

  1. Apply and pay the Registration fee

  2. Generate your VISA Support Letter. See registration confirmation email

  3. Confirm your assignment through the conference platform

Terms & Conditions

Registration Instructions To register your school or group for FWWMUN, please choose the number of tickets and proceed to checkout. Note that by submitting the registration form, you agree to abide by the following FWWMUN Terms & Conditions. Once your application has been submitted, FWWMUN’s USG of Registration will review your application on the registration platform and will proceed with the acceptance within 72 hours. Because of scholarship availability, spots at FWWMUN fill up quickly. We ask that you please only register for the number of spots your school will be able to fill. If your group needs to change in size, please email the USG of Registration at registrations@fwwmun.org. As a reminder, changes in delegation size must be confirmed by the USG of Registration; a change through the registration form will not be considered valid until you are given individual confirmation. Due to administrative reasons, all delegate and advisor names must be submitted no later than 60 days prior to the conference. The USG of Registration will notify you if you have not fully submitted names by this date, and if we receive no response within 7 days, we reserve the right to forfeit your spots to delegations on the waitlist. Committee assignments will be given upon receipt of delegate names. No name changes will be accepted after that term. Housing specific financial aid decisions will be released according to our Financial Aid timeline. Eligibility Future We Want Model United Nations Conference welcomes high school and university students from anywhere in the world who have experience in Model UN or have an interest in global affairs and the United Nations. Delegate participants must be enrolled in a high school or university. High school delegates must be between the ages of 14 and 19, and University delegates must be between the age of 17 and 28. High School and university delegates may register as part of a group or as an individual. FWWMUN also welcomes Advisors who will be accompanying their delegations. High school groups are required to be accompanied by at least one Faculty Advisor (Chaperone). Registration Deadlines All registrations are accepted on a first-come, first-served basis. Once maximum capacity is reached, delegates will still be able to register and will be placed on a waiting list. Due to administrative reasons, all delegations must submit a full list of delegates’ and advisors’ names no later than 60 days prior to the conference. Failure to submit names in a timely manner will result in their place being given to those on the waiting list. The regular registration period starts 6 months prior to the conference till 120 days prior to the conference. The late registration period starts 120 days till 60 days prior to the conference. Conference Costs In order to reserve your seat, you are requested to submit the payment of the Registration Fee. In case of VISA rejection (evidence will be required), the registration fee will remain valid for a period of 24 months to enroll to any other FWWMUN program. Participation in the conference includes training material, delegate kit, institutional briefings and visits, and access to the delegate dance. Please note that each conference has a specific Registration Fee based on the period, the location and the program of events. Accommodation FWWMUN is proud to provide each year a large number of Scholarships and Housing Financial Aid based on a first come first served basis in one of our partner hotels. Please contact us at registrations@fwwmun.org for more info on scholarships. In case of FWWMUN conferences in New York City, partnering hotels are located in the heart of Manhattan. You may purchase additional nights no later than 60 days prior to the conference at the stated rate. Please contact registrations@fwwmun.org. Privacy and Intellectual Property FWWMUN reserves the right to utilize all data submitted by individuals and to collect data in the form of photographs or videos during the conference and social events without limitations. All registrants agree that no data, results, and materials for use in FWWMUN will be disseminated by means of publications, reports, conferences, or any other form without the express written consent from FWWMUN of which these products, data, results, and materials are its exclusive property. FWWMUN reserves the right to update and change information on the official website, conference program, and social media platforms without further notice. Code of Conduct Registrant hereby certifies by completing the registration process that all information submitted is truthful and accurate. The registrant understands that falsification of any information provided will disqualify him or her from participation in FWWMUN, and falsification of information or impersonation will result in legal actions. Participants agree that all materials produced for this conference will be original work. Plagiarism will not be tolerated at FWWMUN, and should the FWWMUN Secretariat discover instances of plagiarism, the individual will be disqualified from the conference without a refund. Participants are expected and obliged to obey the laws of the United States of America while participating in FWWMUN NYC. Participants are personally responsible for all charges and damage to the facilities of the conference and social events venues. Participant understands full assumption of risk and acknowledges that FWWMUN, and its members, officers, elected representatives, and employees, including the FWWMUN Secretariat team, do not assume any responsibility for the conduct and activities of the participant. Disclaimer No part of the applicant’s fee is in any form attributable to the participation of the applicant in the conference that might be held within the United Nations. In the case of events organized at the United Nations, these are free and generally open to the public: registrations are always open and subject to availability (please request your accreditation through the form below). Please note that UN venues are subject to availability and rooms in the UN are never guaranteed; should the rooms be needed for intergovernmental meetings, the event organizers will locate the event in an alternative venue.

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