Mini-Simulations are small Model UN conferences that are open to all who would like to participate. They are often in conjuction with an event such as UN Day. Check back frequently so you can sign up with the next one! Below is more information about some our past Mini-Simulations.
The Back-to-School Model UN
Where: Downtown Boston
When: Thursday, September 29th, 2011
Middle and high school students were invited to participate in a mini-simulation discussing the risks and benefits of nuclear energy. This FREE after school event took place in downtown Boston at Massachusetts Continuing Legal Education on Thursday, September 29th.
UN Day Simulation at the State House
Topic: Gender Inequality
Where: The Massachusetts State House
When: Monday, October 24th, 2011
Last year we celebrated UN Day, in honor of the 66th anniversary of the founding of the United Nations at the State House. Middle and high school students and their advisors were invited to join us at Boston City Hall for the raising of the UN flag, then we headed over to the Massachusetts State House for a mini-simulation.
IF CAN'T COME TO BOSTON FOR THE UN DAY SIMULATIONS?
We invite teachers and students from all over the Commonwealth to organize their own UN Day simulations with the help of our Model UN wikispace which is chock full of Model UN resources. You CAN have your own UN Day simulation and we can help you! CLICK HERE for materials and don't forget to e-mail us photos and let us know how it went. We would love to feature you on our blog!
Where: Massachusetts Continuing Legal Education
When: Friday, June 10th, 2011
Where: Boston Children’s Museum
When: April 11, 2011
UNA-GB in partnership with the Boston Children’s Museum will be offering one day field to the Boston Children’s Museum. Students will get the opportunity to explore the new “Torn from Home” exhibit at BCM and then participate in a Model UN simulation discussing Environmentally Displaced People.
For More Information or if you would like to be notified of the next Mini-Simulation, please contact UNA-GB’s Education Department:
Phone: (617) 482-4587