Asia Pacific Future We Want Model United Nations is established as a Regional Model among all the other existing Model United Nations (MUNs) in Asia. It aims to gather students from the five continents offering a higher-level atrium of confrontation and debate between culturally-diverse leaders. Asia Pacific FWWMUN is an exclusive five-day program hosted annually in Bangkok.
Bangkok represents an important international platform in which over 25 UN agencies, 140 NGOs, 15 IGOs, and over 80 embassies are operating. A Model UN in Bangkok offers to participating students the unique opportunity to confront with a new culture. The amazing charm of Bangkok and all the surrounding areas attracts every year more than 18 million tourists from all over the world.
The conference will focus on the significance of youth voices from a plethora of backgrounds, in not only understanding, but implementing the SDGs and the 2030 Agenda, at all levels of the decision-making process. The program starts with 3 days of intensive training, led by and Experts in their field. It will then end with a 2-day MUN simulation. Participants are provided with a deep understanding of the United Nations, the SDGs and the 2030 Agenda, Climate Change, Public Speaking and Leadership, all while engaging in several learning activities in a very interactive way.
Asia Pacific FWWMUN aims to guide participants in developing their critical thinking skills which will further enhance their decision making and public speaking ability. We ensure the youths are able to develop profound knowledge on issues critical to the UN agenda and can contribute to shaping the future we want. At FWWMUN delegates will gain insight into the workings of the United Nations and the dynamics of international relations by assuming the roles of UN representatives and members of other international bodies and national cabinets.
Asia Pacific FWWMUN welcomes High School and University Students from anywhere in the world who have experience in Model UN or have interest in global affairs and the United Nations. Delegate must be enrolled in a high school or university. High school delegates must be between the ages of 15 and 19, and University delegates must be above the age of 17. High School and university delegates may register as part of a group or as an individual. FWWMUN also welcomes advisors who will be accompanying their delegations. High school groups are required to be accompanied by at least one faculty advisor.
Regular registration period is from June 26, 2019 to August 1, 2019. Late registration period is from August 1, 2019 to September 1, 2019. All registrations are accepted on a first come, first served basis. Once maximum capacity is reached, delegates will be able to register to be placed on a waitlist. All delegations must submit a full list of delegates and advisors names before September 1st. The registration fee is 200 USD without accommodation or 430 USD including 6 nights shared accommodation. The participation to the conference includes training material and delegate kit. Please note that the fees are non refundable.
The 430 USD registration fee includes 6 nights shared accommodation at the Prince Palace Hotel Bangkok breakfast and transportation from and to the conference venue included in a double room with 2 separate beds.
You may purchase additional nights no later than September 1st at a rate of 75 USD taxes and breakfast included per room per night up to double occupancy, directly on MyMUN.
The single room is available at a cost of 650 USD for the 6 nights taxes, breakfast and registration fee included. Check in is on the 15th of September, 2019 and check out is on the 21st of September, 2019.
Please note that the accommodation packages are non refundable.
No part of the applicant’s fee is in any form attributable to the participation of the applicant in the conference that will be held within the United Nations. In the case of events organized at the United Nations these are free and generally open to the public. Please note that UN venues are subject to availability and rooms in the UN are never guaranteed; should the rooms be needed for intergovernmental meetings, the event organizers will locate the event in an alternative venue.