LIMUN 2021 will operate under three different timezones: UTC, UTC-4 and UTC+4. Please find details about each timezone below.
This timezone is based on London time. Pleased note that Daylight Saving Time (DST) starts on Sunday, March 28. This means that our EMEA timezone will be based on GMT/UTC on Friday (March 26) and Saturday (March 27), and on British Summer Time (BST) on Sunday (March 28).
Committees following this schedule are: G20, UNEP, COPUOS, UNFCCC COP26, UNICEF, WHO, UNSC, SPECPOL, UNHSC, LoN.
This timezone is based on Dubai time (GST).
Committees following this schedule are: UNHRC, UNDP, DISEC.
This timezone is based on New York time (EDT).
Committees following this schedule are: ECOSOC, UNIDO.
Note: The Opening and Closing Ceremonies are common for all timezones. Due to capacity and timing constraints, delegates following EMEA and the Americas timezone schedules will be joining a separate social to delegates following the Asia timezone schedule.