It is a pleasure for us to introduce you to MUNelly 2022 and to officially invite students from your school to take part in our unique conference. Here your students will assume the role of ambassadors and UN representatives to discuss global problems and join our completely realistic simulations to gain insight into the workings of the United Nations. Your students will not only acquire leadership, persuasion and negotiation skills, but they will also be given the opportunity to improve their ability of critical analysis, public speaking and especially build new, international friendships.
The Nelly-Sachs-Gymnasium Neuss has been involved in Model United Nations simulations for 11 years now and we work together with our partner school, the Scala College in Alphen (Netherlands). MUNelly is a relatively small conference giving students who are not familiar with debating issues a chance to do so and giving experienced students the chance to develop their skills. T
his year’s MUNelly conference is held on 3rd and 4th February 2022 and will take place again this year at our school.
As MUNelly takes place in February, we kindly ask you to register ASAP, giving the number of delegates and details if they are experienced. Please register now, but the latest before 27th January 2022. For any further information, please do not hesitate to contact us. We look forward to “meeting” you in February!
Freya Middendorf and Ruben Brandon (Secretariat)
2021's subject was:
The Show must go on - The world facing Covid 19!
2020's subject was:
Prepare for upcoming conflicts - Ready up for the Future!
2018's subject was:
The Situation is Heating Up - Change is Needed!
2017's subject was:
Together endeavoring to implement
and protect human rights
2016's subject was:
Respectful Relations for a Brighter Future
On 15 June 2016 the MUNelly-Team, which consists of participants of our MUNelly Conference in 2015, visited the UN-Campus in
Bonn. Shaping a sustainable future is the major issue of 18 organisations and over 1000 staff members whose intention is to help government and people to find answers and ways to achieve a
sustainable future on the planet.
We were welcomed by Harald Ganns, senior advisor of The UN and former German ambassador. Our main interest were peacekeeping operations and the UN responsibility to protect (R2P). We learnt that the major task of the UN is to guarantee safety for the people in their countries of origin and that blue helmet troops are formed on demand.
Afterwards we went up to the 29th floor and enjoyed the breath - taking view from the top of the building “Langer Eugen” over Bonn and the Rhine valley. A guided walk introduced to us the “Path of Democracy” and made us familiar with the governmental district of our former capital Bonn. After a quick visit to McDonalds the excursion ended. All in all, it was a splendid experience!