LIMUN 2021 will operate under three different timezones: UTC, UTC-4 and UTC+4. Please find details about each timezone below.

EMEA (UTC-BST):

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.

Asia (UTC+4):

This timezone is based on Dubai time (GST).

Committees following this schedule are: UNHRC, UNDP, DISEC.

Americas (UTC-4):

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.