The University of Chicago Laboratory Schools Model United Nations Conference (LabMUNC) is a one-day United Nations simulation with the purpose of training novice delegates while honing the Model UN skills of older delegates. At the sixth annual LabMUNC, first-year delegates will learn how Model UN works and will gain valuable knowledge about relevant topics in today's international sphere; experienced delegates will have the opportunity to improve their talents. Delegates will represent countries on two types of committees:  larger General Assembly committees and medium sized ECOSOCs. Delegates will represent individuals or countries on smaller Crisis committees. 


Letter from the SecretarIes-General

Dear Faculty Advisors, Parents and Delegates, 

It is our utmost pleasure to welcome you to the 6th annual session of LabMUNC, which will be held on September 22nd. Our conference aims to provide delegates of all skill levels a chance to hone their skills and learn to work more diplomatically and collaboratively. This year we have an amazing set of committees and topics lined up, from DISEC to UN Women to the Palestinian Unity Government 2025. These committees and topics are all aimed to make you research, review, and collaborate on creative solutions to critical problems that confound many of the greatest policy makers today. While we may not expect you to solve them in one day, we do expect you to think deeply, act diplomatically, and learn plenty about these issues from LabMUNC. We look forward to hosting you this September!

All the Best, 

Secretaries-General of LabMUNC 

Alexis Tyndall, Jamal Nimer, and Carson Surmeier








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