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NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL MODEL UNITED NATIONS ± ² 7 + $ 1 1 8 $ / & 2 1 ) ( 5 ( 1 & ( 0 $ 5 & + ³ ´ µ ¶ · ¸ ¶ · ³ · 1 ( : < 2 5 . & , 7 < NHSMUN 2010
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Table of Contents PAGE 2 Welcome to NHSMUN 2010 PAGE 3 Important Information PAGE 4 Schedule of Events PAGE 5 Faculty Schedule of Events PAGE 6 Committees & Topics PAGE 7 Conference Sta PAGE 8 Room Assignments PAGE 9 Floor Plans of Hilton PAGE 10 Important Information PAGE 11 Delegate Code of Conduct & Hilton Rules PAGE 12 Dining & Amenities in the Area PAGE 13 Delegations PAGE 15 Rules of Procedure PAGE 19 Resolution Format PAGE 20 Sta Interest Information 1 © 2010 International Model United Nations Association, Incorporated. Used and distributed under license. NHSMUN is a project of the International Model United Nations Association (IMUNA), Incorporated. IMUNA is a not - for - profit, all - volunteer organization holding Non - Governmental Organization status with the United Nations, and is dedicated to furthering global issues education at the secondary school level. Visit www. imuna.org for more information about IMUNA and its activities.
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Welcome TO NHSMUN 2010 On behalf of the International Model United Nations Association, it is our tremendous pleasure to welcome you to the thirty - sixth annual National High School Model United Nations Conference. With over 2,700 participants from over 20 countries, NHSMUN is one of the largest and most geographically diverse Model United Nations simulations in the United States. For those new to our conference, we promise an unmatched level of debate and intellectual exchange. For those returning, we guarantee the continuation of the excellence with which you are familiar. As always, we hope to provide global education through enriching simulation. This year, we have chosen to pursue a theme of Global Development. As you can tell by the broad slate of global issues addressed in both old and new committees, this theme is expansive and its related issues are widespread. The substantive staff has spent the past year developing, researching, and writing about topics ranging from Alternative Methods of Financing Development to Agricultural Development in Relation to Poverty Reduction. We are immensly proud of the work of the substantive staff and look forward to riveting simulations. If you have any questions related to the substantive program please do not hesitate to approach Jerry Guo, the Director - General. The faculty program this year will focus on Education and Gender Inequities with respect to the conference’s overall theme. We invited a diverse group of speakers, ranging from global scholars and university professors, to education and community service experts. These speakers will offer unique perspectives on the impact educators can have on global issues. Details on the guest lecture program can be found on the flyer distributed at registration.
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