The Mulberry Schools Trust is proud to be the UK lead for the UNAUSA's worldwide network and our Global Classrooms London Model United Nations runs the largest programme of its kind for state-funded schools in the UK. At our professional conferences, students play the role of ambassadors in simulations of UN committees, developing co-operation, leadership, public speaking skills and confident global citizenship.
Our MUN committees are student-led and adopt the Global Classrooms approach, in which delegates debate current issues, prepare draft resolutions, plot strategy, negotiate, resolve conflicts, and navigate the UN’s rules of procedure. Prior to the conference, we provide participating schools with preparatory resources including research guides and position paper templates.
Our conferences are open to state-funded, non-selective schools from London. Our respected programme also attracts schools from around the world, which provides young people with the opportunity to network with peers from other backgrounds and cultures.. Please note that students must attend as part of a school delegation and cannot register individually. The programme is open to students aged thirteen to eighteen and we welcome between three hundred and four hundred students to each conference.
We know that young people have a real desire to make a positive difference in the world and, by providing opportunities for political engagement, we give them the tools to make it happen!
“We get to take on the role of a world leader and come to an actual solution” - GCLMUN participant