Model UN FLVS and You!!. Harriett Gracely , Education Director [email protected] 407.513.0000. Agenda 10-11-11. 45 minute meeting! 1 . KnightMUN Agenda Dress for Success! Research Binder Position Papers. How many days left?. KnightMUN Agenda. Saturday, October 15th, 2011
45 minute meeting!
1. KnightMUN Agenda
Dress for Success!
Saturday, October 15th, 2011
8:30 – meet Psychology Building 999:00AM - 9:30AM Opening Ceremonies9:30AM - 12:00PM - Session 19:30AM - 12:00PM - Adviser Workshop12:00PM – 1:15PM – LUNCH - Bus. 451:30PM - 4:30PM - Session 24:30PM - 6:30PM – DINNER - Houlihans6:45PM - 10:00PM - Session 3
10:00PM – quick post conference meeting BUS. 45
Sunday, October 16th, 2011
8:30AM - 11:30PM - Session 411:30PM - 12:45PM - LUNCH1:00PM - 4:00PM - Session 54:15PM - 5:00 Closing Ceremonies
Saturday, October 15th, 2011
8:30 – Meet in lobby of Psychology Building 99
Please see map for directions
The opening ceremonies will take place in this building.
Please call or text 813-699-0104 if you get lost
9:30 – We will walk to the Buildings 45 and 94 for
12 pm – we will meet at Building 45 and have team
lunch in the student union (it will be crazy busy)
4:30pm – Session 2 ends – please travel with parents
to team dinner at Houlihans
Amber GA Cuba
Alex L UNDP Afghanistan
Melodie B WHO Afghanistan
Andreas/Princelee OIC Jordan
Alisah OIC Federal Republic of Nigeria
Anthony IAEA Nigeria
Before the conference, delegates are required to turn in a position paper, which is a short write up of their research. Position Papers should not exceed 5 pages in length overall, but should be about a page in length for each topic, along with a short introduction. Delegates should put their name, country name, committee, and school on the top of the first page of the position paper.Delegates should have their advisor submit ONE copy of their position paper to KnightMUN before the conference, and should also make sure to bring THREE copies with them the day of the conference - one for the director/assistant director, one for themselves to use in the committee, and one for their advisor to hold on to in case the delegate's copy is misplaced.
A well-written Position Paper includes all of the following information for each topic:1 - a brief summary/definition of topic2 - a brief history of topic including international efforts3 - description of related international acts and U.N. Resolutions4 - description of NGOs and other involved agencies or UN. Bodies5 - the official domestic stance of the country on the topic6 - at least a few quotes from government officials7 - if applicable, domestic actions by their gov. related to topic8 - brief description of all currently proposed resolutions, ideas9 - sample ideas; what you want to propose in the committee
Travel arrangements finalized?
Do you know where UCF is located?
Do you know where we are meeting and what time on Saturday?