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Generation United Nations - more info
'Generation United Nations' is UNA-UK's programme engaging 13-18 year olds and their schools with the work and significance of the United Nations
We produce authoritative teaching materials, run events and offer the opportunity to get more involved through UNA-UK membership.
Our UN policy expertise combine with strong relationships with students and educators to put us in an ideal position to nurture a new generation of global citizens.
Events and resources
'Uniting the Nations' is the UK's only national Model UN tournament. Last held in March 2012 this event saw the participation of over 200 pupils from schools in England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland.
Our November 2012 Model UN Practitioners' Conference brought together educators from across the UK to hear and exchange best practice, tips and opportunities to network with others involved or interested in this exciting and effective learning tool.
We have also produced two teaching packs: 'Teaching about the UN Matters' and 'Teaching about the Human Rights Matters'.
Students aged 13-18 years old can become members of Generation United Nations making them part of the UK's only national MUN network and giving them access to resources and events to develop their interest, studies and careers, in particular in international affairs. Click here to find out more.
'Generation United Nations' member schools receive first notification and priority booking to events, exclusive teaching resources and access to our network of other schools. Click here to find out more.
Our expert panel is made up of UN professionals, model UN specialists and other individuals who advise on and input into our developing programme of work with young people.
For further information, please contact Rich Nelmes on email@example.com. or phone 020 7766 3456.