April 23-25

What is MUN?

The Model United Nations (MUN) experience presents students with a superb opportunity to engage with young people from across Europe in passionate, informed debate about the most urgent issues facing humanity.  Students will seek out a range of views and perspectives when solving problems and will come to understand the danger, in a globalised world, “of a single story”. They will examine ideas that challenge their own, and come to enjoy the complexity of multiple perspectives. Through MUN, students will increasingly make connections between what they are doing “outside the classroom" and in their subject area studies. Students who engage in MUN invariably come to understand that diplomacy requires a spirit of compromise and that we, as humans, are here for the sake of each other. MUN is a transformational experience and one we cannot recommend highly enough.

General Assembly


 Thursday, April 23

08:45 - 09:30h :

09:30 - 10:35h :

10:35 - 11:15h :

11:15 - 12:30h :

12:30 - 13:45h :

13:15 - 16:30h :

16:30h :


Opening Ceremony


Committees in Session 1

Staggered Lunch

Committees in Session 2

Refreshments and End of Day

Ospedale degli Innocenti

Situated in the center of Florence, the Ospedale degli Innocenti is a historic building, which offers our delegates a taste of Florence without the confusion. Built in the 1400s, and designed by Filippo Brunelleschi (the same architect who designed the Duomo), for 600 years the Ospedale was an orphanage which saw hundreds of children yearly, most of whom were the product of illegitimate relationships or whose parents could not provide adequate care for. Nowadays, the Ospedale helps families in distress by providing them with a nursery school, daycare, and pre-natal service.


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