Citizenship, Participation and Action: the United Nations

Looking for an effective way of delivering all the skills the National Curriculum requires for active citizenship? Taking part in a Model United Nations activity will help students develop their skills of inquiry and communication and participation and responsible action by:

Working for a MUN activity will ensure students acquire and apply knowledge and understanding, to become informed global citizens through active participation. They will:

A Model UN can be a collaborative activity between several departments as the content can relate to National Curriculum requirements of English, History, Geography...

New MUNGA Support Packs do the work for you (mostly!). These extensively tested materials now available from Worldaware.

Citizenship, participation and action: the United Nations (for 11-16 year olds)

This loose-leaf pack provides the support and information to run a model UN activity where students role-play in addressing topical issues of international significance.
PA-159 10.00 UNA-UK 2001

Citizenship, participation and action: the United Nations (for 16-19 year olds)

This loose-leaf pack provides the support and information to run a model UN activity where students role-play in addressing topical issues of international significance.
PA-163 10.00 UNA-UK 2001

Find out more from free sample materials, and about MUN events in your area by emailing Suzanne Long or write to:

MUNGA Programme, UNA-UK, 3 Whitehall Court, London, SW1A 2EL
Fax: 020 7930 5893