Prior to the Opening Ceremony at Central Hall Westminster on Friday 21st February, we will be running a number of complimentary side events. You do not need to register in advance to attend these.


Rules Of Procedure Workshop Session One: 10:00-10:45, Session Two: 12:15-13:00; South Rotunda

Our Rules of Procedure training sessions allow delegates to improve their understanding of the procedures used in LIMUN committees. The courses will be delivered by Nudhara Yusuf, Secretary-General of LIMUN: High School. There will be two training sessions available – 10 am and 12.15 pm in the South Rotunda. Whether you are a beginner who wants to learn the ropes or a seasoned MUN-er who wants a refresher, this would be a great opportunity for you to prepare for your committee!


Careers in Diplomacy Panel 13:00-14:00, Great Hall

This year, we are incredibly excited to announce our Careers in Diplomacy Panel. This event will run as a panel discussion followed by a Q&A session. The panel is made up of eminent individuals from embassies across London; namely, the Embassy of France, the Embassy of Afghanistan, the Embassy of Kyrgyzstan, the Embassy of Honduras, Embassy of Estonia, and the Embassy of Algeria,. The panel will discuss topics related to diplomacy and international cooperation as well as individual career progression and, most importantly, our theme (Challenging the Dilemmas of Progress). This event is one not to be missed as it is a chance, to hear about the challenges we are facing as a global community from the people who are actively trying to solve said difficulties. It will also be your chance to pose questions to all of our esteemed panellists.


Careers in Social Impact Panel 10:00-11:00, North Rotunda

We are thrilled to announce our Careers in Social Impact panel, which is a new and exciting addition this year. This event will run as a panel discussion followed by a Q&A session from the audience. Our panellists will be made up of individuals coming from a range of different roles within the field of Social Impact, and they will share their own experiences as well as discuss the various benefits and challenges that come with such a career. The topics discussed will range from personal career trajectories to the long-term sustainability of social impact. This panel will be vital for anyone with interest in working in social impact, charity, or with an NGO. It will allow delegates to better understand the field.


Kickstart Panel 11:15-12:00, North Rotunda

We are happy to announce our Kickstart presentation on Opening Day! Kickstart is a student-focussed program for young entrepreneurs and founders, with the aim of providing them with the skills and resources they need to become successful. This presentation will be extremely interesting for anyone seeking a career in Entrepreneurship, especially given the talk’s focus on the link between Entrepreneurship and the Sustainable Development Goals