Delegates and Faculty Advisors attending our March 2021 conference are highly encouraged to read the LIMUN 2021 Rules of Procedure (RoP). The RoP have been updated in 2021, to reflect our move to online operations, but also aiming to streamline our debate procedure and make it more accessible for delegates of all abilities. For those delegates wishing to have the RoP at hand without having to scroll through the full document, we highly recommend using the RoP summary document.

Rules of Procedure (February 2021 release)

RoP Summary

To help our delegates prepare for the conference, we are providing a series of free MUN help guides from our training programme, please see below:

Research Guide - This guide explains goes through best practice for pre-conference preparation, including strategies for researching countries and topics. It also explains how to write good position papers (You can find a position paper template here (please note that this is a view only version - please open the document using your Google account and make a copy to your Drive).

Written Documents Guide - This guide goes through the types of documents (working papers, resolutions & communiques) typically produced at MUN conferences, and provides tips on how delegates can compose documents that will help them stand out. A resolution template can be found here (this is a view only version - you can open the document using your Google account, and make a copy to your Drive).

Delegates are reminded that for LIMUN 2021, position papers will be optional, and will not be a prerequisite for consideration for awards. Delegates wishing to submit a position paper can do so via MyMUN, by Thursday, March 25th 2021.

For any questions on academics-related matters, please contact the LIMUN USG Academics at