Hints & Tips

Forming your delegation

In choosing the students that will be part of your group, it is recommended that priority be given to the students that in your judgment are more highly motivated to participate and that will therefore work harder in their preparation and will be able to avail themselves of the benefits of the MUN experience to the fullest extent.


High standards of conduct are demanded of all participants throughout the duration of the conference. Respect is to be shown to all fellow delegates, Officers, Advisors and Staff. Smoking and consumption of alcoholic beverages will be prohibited everywhere in the conference premises. Violation of any of the above rules may lead to temporary or permanent expulsion from the conference at the discretion of the Organisers.

Dress Code

The TMUN is a formal conference and, therefore, formal attire is required, meaning suit and tie for gentlemen and a similar degree of formality for ladies. Informal clothing (T-shirts, jeans, sneakers etc.) will not be allowed. Delegates deemed to be in violation of the dress code may be asked to leave the conference and return appropriately dressed.


Frequently Asked Questions

Can my students fill special positions?

Yes, they can. Participants can apply for two different positions: Officer and Press Team Member. Visit the appropriate page of the website for further information.

What are the tasks of an MUN Advisor at the TMUN?

It is the overall responsibility of the MUN Advisors to make sure that there is no unruly behaviour at the conference. MUN Advisors represent the school delegations and may be asked to assist in the resolution processing procedure. They are vital for the MUN Programme as they are the ones that form delegations and educate those who are on the delegations.

Who can participate in the TMUN?

The TMUN is open to students in Grades 9 to 12 ONLY.

How can I reach the organisers?

The TMUN Organising Team can be reached by e-mail at: tmun [at] hmuno [dot] org

What is the Organising Team?

The Organising Team is responsible for organising the entire conference. It can be contacted regarding all problems and questions relating to any aspect of the preparation for the TMUN.

What is the Executive Team?

The Executive Team consists of the Organising Team members and other experienced staff. It is responsible for the day-to-day management of the conference.

Will the TMUN have the same structure and procedures as previous TMUN or other MUN conferences?

The TMUN rules closely resemble those used in other MUN conferences. For further details, visit the Delegates section

Who is...

an Advisor? A teacher.

a Delegate? A student participant representing a country or organisation.

an Officer? A Chairperson in one of the conference's forums.

a Journalist? A member of the Press Team which prepares the MUN Newspaper.


TMUN 2017 will comprise of the UN Conference on Preventing and Combating Terrorism, three General Assembly Main Committees, two Commissions of the Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) and the Security Council as seen below.

Download the agenda here.


  1. The situation in the Democratic People's Republic of Korea


  1. Measures to eliminate the financing and facilitation of terrorist activities
  2. Protecting human rights and fundamental freedoms while countering terrorism



Committee on Disarmament and International Security

    1. Developments in the field of information and telecommunications in the context of international security
    2. The question of the use or threat of use of nuclear weapons


Social Humanitarian and Cultural Committee

    1. Combating intolerance, negative stereotyping, stigmatisation, discrimination, incitement to violence and violence against persons, based on religion or belief
    2. Situation of human rights in the Autonomous Republic of Crimea and the city of Sevastopol (Ukraine)


Special Political and Decolonisation Committee

    1. Comprehensive review of the whole question of peacekeeping operations in all their aspects
    2. The situation in Myanmar



Commission on Economic and Social Development

    1. The rights of indigenous peoples in the context of economic, social and cultural development
    2. Assessing the impact of hosting major sporting events on the local economy and society


Commission on Sustainable Development

    1. Combating desertification, land degradation and drought and their effects
    2. Promotion of new and renewable sources of energy