Model UN

Model UN is a simulation of the UN General Assembly and its other multilateral bodies where students perform an ambassador role while debating topics such as gender equality, climate action, global health, and more.

Model UN in the Palm of Your Hand

The MyDiplomat app is a free education resource that will connect users with world issues at the forefront of UN policy debate. Simulations place a group of individuals in the shoes of diplomats, challenging them to think and speak about global issues from the perspective of another country’s ambassador. MyDiplomat is a fun, interactive way to learn about the UN while practicing important skills such as decision making, effective communication and critical thinking.

Explore MyDiplomat

Are you a teacher looking to spice up global education in your classroom?

MyDiplomat includes a step-by-step Facilitator Guide to help you incorporate a UN diplomacy simulation into your next lesson plan, and printable country placards to enhance your students’ experience. Create a MyDiplomat account to explore our resource guides.

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