The participation fee is €50 for all participants: delegates, judges, advocates and chairs. There is a school delegation fee of €80 per school, regardless of the number of countries represented. Admission for up to one adviser per school is free. A second/third adviser will pay €50. Those wishing to fill a chairing position must submit a student officer application found on our website (for Student Officer Application page click here) by Friday 24th April 2020.
In this innovative simulation of the United Nations, delegates aged between 12 and 18 will have the opportunity to discuss matters of international importance, enhance their understanding of UN committee procedures and simultaneously prepare themselves for MUN conferences designed for students at higher levels of education. Forensics Junior Group Discussion is open to 12-14 year-olds only. In addition, certain committees may be more suitable for younger participants, such as the Environmental Commission, the Social, Cultural, and Humanitarian Committee, and the Special Conference.
Schools from abroad, as well as from Greece, will be participating in the conference and more information about the attendance of schools from abroad can be found here. As there will be limited places available, we encourage you to meet our application deadline (Form 1) of Friday 17th April 2020 (any later applications will incur an additional late fee). Once an application has been completed and sent, and the School Fee of €80 (50 euros for returning schools from abroad) has been deposited, you will be allocated a country/countries, and sent Registration (Form 2) to complete by Friday 29th May 2020. All fees for chairs and delegates must be paid by Friday 18th September 2020.
The final programme and agenda will be posted on our website prior to the conference to enable students to prepare resolutions beforehand. On the day of the conference, delegates proceed to their committee rooms and advisers should register their school at the designated desk and will receive information packs, name tags, folders, lunch tokens and other important materials for the conference. An adviser must be present to register a delegation.
Formal business attire is required for all delegates attending the conference. T-shirts, shorts, jeans or any other form of casual clothing are not acceptable. Particularly due to the international nature of this conference, we encourage all participants to dress respectfully and any delegate not conforming to the dress code will not be permitted to participate. Campion School’s premises have two car parks on site with an additional car park opposite the main entrance. Local participants must arrange their own transportation to and from the conference. Please check online at https://campion.edu.gr/directions-to-the-school for specific directions to the school. Campion School address: Aghias Ioulianis, Pallini, Athens 153 51. Lunch and refreshments will be provided to all registered participants. Food tokens will be distributed during registration on the first day.
For a formal invitation to our conference, please send a request to our Head Organiser: Ms G Theoharopoulou.