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Content About Melbourne 05 History of Melbourne 09 Things You Probably Don’t Know about Melbourne

Accomodation 10 Crown Metropol 11 Crown Promenade Hotel

Entertainment 12 Useful Tips 13 Melbourne Shopping

About WorldMUN 15 High Level Youth Summit on Millennium Development Goals Committee 16 Resolutions with an Impact 20 Meet the MDG People 23 From the Readers 25 Future Leaders Meet in Melbourne to Change the World 27 Workshops and Seminars 32 FAQ 35 Conference Schedule



MELBOURNE Indigenous Australians lived across the continent in different territories, known as nations, each with their own distinct languages, cultures and customs. At the time of the first European settlement, there were no fewer than 300 languages spoken, with even more dialects unique to each nation. Historians estimate that the rich tradition shared by the Indigenous population, stems back to around 40,000 years ago, and even with the possibility of existing as far back as 125,000 years ago. Indigenous Australians and their strong relationship with their land was evident through their spiritual life and culture, which was further exemplified through dance, art, music, storytelling and traditions. Unfortunately, the legal concept of ‘Terra Nullius’ would prove to have catastrophic repercussions on the native population.

unassisted migrants had arrived in Victoria, hoping to strike gold. Previously commonly referred to as ‘hell’ by its leaders, the gold rush transformed a struggling colony into a rich city that boasted magnificent public architecture, gracious parks and opulent mansions. Victoria’s new vision included new technological wonders, the establishment of the 8 hour working day and the rise of unionism. The State Library of Victoria became the first free and egalitarian place funded by the Government and not private individuals. Similarly, the University of Melbourne was one of the first secular educational institutions to be built.

Established as the commercial headquarters and seat of Government, Melbourne was the birthplace of the Australian Federation and was the site of the Federal Parliament until 1927. By 1835, the view of Australia Melbourne quickly became in Britain had softened from a the metropolis for the Southern dangerous place littered with Hemisphere and was revered criminals to a new world with social by many other cities. In 1956, mobility, freedom and prosperity. Melbourne became the first The great land rush was soon location in the Southern Hemisphere sparked, and many squatters to host an Olympic Games, and in relocated to uninhabited parts of 2006 Melbourne held the 2006 Victoria, then known as the Port Commonwealth Games. Phillip District, in search of a better life. Just before gold was discovered, Today, Melbourne has transformed the Port Phillip District became an itself into a multicultural and official colony of the crown, named pluralistic city, embracing different Victoria in 1851. The same year, tens cuisines, traditions, cultures, religions of thousands travelled to Victoria in and history. There are currently over scenes of excitement, jubilation and 140 nationalities enriching the city, eagerness only rivalled by the gold and adding to the complex tapestry rushes two years prior in California. that makes Melbourne one of the In a single year alone, over 30,000 most liveable cities in the world.


Things You Probably Don’t Know about Melbourne Melbourne - it’s a multicultural city renowned for its passion of food, sport, art and culture. And of course, it’s also home to those iconic trams. Melbourne is an ideal city to host WorldMUN 2013 and eagerly awaits your arrival. In anticipation of your arrival, we’ve put together a list of Melbourne’s achievements, interesting facts and experiences to help create your own memorable Melbourne magic. 1. The world’s first efficient secret ballot system – a cornerstone of democracy – was drafted by Henry Chapman in Victoria in 1856 and was subsequently known as the Victoria Ballot. 2. Victorian inventions include the pain-relieving Aspro tablet, the Black Box fight recorder, the Bird Flu vaccine Zanamivir, the electric drill, latex gloves, the first feature length film (1906) and the Ute (utility) vehicle. 3. Melbourne’s extensive street art laneways were chosen by readers of leading travel guide company, Lonely Planet as Australia’s top cultural attraction. Check out the art works at places like Hosier and Rutledge Lanes opposite Federation Square and Union Lane, off the Bourke Street Mall. 4. People from more than 200 countries, who speak more than

230 languages and dialects, and follow more than 120 religious faiths, live in Victoria.

long by 15 metres wide. Visit the Gallery on St Kilda Road, just down from Flinders Street Train Station.

5. In 1983, the Tramcar Restaurant became the first of its kind in the world, offering magnificent dining while touring the sites of Melbourne. Today, it’s a classic Melbourne experience with a range of meal options.

11. Victoria is home to some of the most advanced pieces of scientific infrastructure in the world including the: • Australian Synchrotron, the largest scientific user facility in the Southern Hemisphere • Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre, a world-leading treatment, research and education centre • Victorian Life Sciences Computation Initiative, a supercomputer facility devoted to life sciences in the world.

6. Melbourne is ranked as the best student city in the Asia-Pacific and as one of the world’s top four student cities. Two of world’s Top 100 universities and four of Australia’s Top 20 universities are in Victoria. 7. Not surprisingly, around 130,000 students from 165 countries chose to study in Melbourne in 2012, attracted by its excellent education institutions, diverse study options and high standard of living. 8. Bells Beach, located down the iconic Great Ocean Road, became the world’s first surfing reserve in the early 1970’s. 9. The bionic ear was invented by a team at Melbourne University in 1978. Other Victorian world firsts include the frozen human embryo birth (1984) and bionic eye (2012). 10. The National Gallery of Victoria has the world’s largest stained glass ceiling, measuring 51 metres

12. The first sitting of Australian parliament was held at Melbourne’s Royal Exhibition Building on 9 May 1901. The building is the first in Australia to be granted World Heritage listing and can be found close to the city in the Carlton Gardens. 13. The Melbourne Zoo offered the first `walk-through’ enclosure of its type in the world when it opened a new lion enclosure in 1967. Today, the ever-popular tourist attraction includes the heritage listed Trail of the Elephants, and is easily accessible by tram, train or bus. For more information on the benefits of living and studying in Melbourne visit studymelbourne.vic.



city’s major transportation hubs with easy rail and road access to anywhere in metropolitan Melbourne and beyond.

Regular Room Rate: $690 AUD per night WorldMUN Special: $260 AUD per night 2-4 people per room

Unique to Crown Metropol, maze by Gordon Ramsay breaks with formal traditions of French cuisine, adopting Asian influences in tasting-sized dishes An elegant oasis of space and calm, Crown Metropol is a modern private getaway to one of the world’s most ordered individually to share for an innovative dining experience. It’s not just the food that will inspire you. liveable cities. With specially commissioned works of You’ll be captivated by the luminous cityscape from 28, art, bespoke fittings and designer furniture throughout, Crown Metropol is both a serene retreat and an efficient the exclusive club lounge and sky bar that never fails to impress for functions and private events. private office with the latest amenities and high-tech communications. No visit to Crown Metropol is complete without indulging at ISIKA day spa. The ultimate cosmopolitan retreat, ISIKA From the top floors of the 28-storey tower, Crown Metropol offers spectacular views of Melbourne’s Yarra is an oasis for the soul in the midst of the city offering luxurious spa and relaxation areas, a stunning indoor River and a bayside panorama. The hotel is 30 minutes pool and an unparalleled range of state-of-the-art from Melbourne International Airport and close to the equipment in its studio with panoramic views. 10



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Stylish, welcoming and thoroughly modern, Crown Promenade Hotel offers 465 contemporary guest rooms Regular Room Rate: $560 AUD per night ranging from Standard Rooms to Suites. Featuring floor to WorldMUN Special: $240 AUD per night ceiling windows, the rooms have a calming ambience with 2-4 people per room furnishings in natural tones. Every room features original Crown Promenade Hotel is a vibrant city rendezvous with art by local artists. stunning views of the Yarra River. The award-winning hotel provides attentive service, a relaxed atmosphere and To wind down after a busy day, there’s Mesh restaurant modern styling in the heart of Melbourne’s Southbank and Tonic bar conveniently on site. Mesh’s modern bistro menu offers ala carte or buffet choices to tempt any entertainment precinct. appetite. At Tonic bar, you can indulge in fine wine and Close to the CBD, Melbourne Exhibition Centre and cocktails in a relaxed atmosphere. You can also explore many of the city’s most famous landmarks and sporting Crown’s exciting restaurants, bars and entertainment. An facilities, this exciting hotel combines state-of-the-art air bridge connects you to the Crown complex and you’re technology with contemporary styling right on the edge just minutes from Melbourne’s famous café scene. For of the city. Crown Promenade Hotel makes business wellbeing, The Deck pool and fitness centre is a cityside travel a pleasure with its dedicated business facilities and retreat where you can revive mind, body and spirit. meeting rooms. 11

Useful Tips Prepare for your Australian trip with our practical tips! Money Australia’s currency is Australian Dollars (AUD) and currency exchange is available at banks, hotels and international airports. The most commonly accepted credit cards are American Express, Bankcard, Diners Club, MasterCard, Visa, JCB and their affiliates. Goods and Services Tax Australia has a Goods and Services Tax (GST) of 10 per cent. You may be able to claim a refund of the GST paid on goods bought here if you have spent AUD$300 or more in one store, no more than 30 days before departing Australia. Tourist Refund Scheme facilities are located in the departure area of international terminals. Shopping You’ll find large department stores, arcades, malls, gift and souvenir shops across Australia. Trading hours vary across the country but shops in tourist and city areas are generally open until 6pm, with the exception of late night shopping on either Thursdays or Fridays in different states. Check out our shopping spread in the next few pages for great shopping destinations

in Melbourne! Tipping and bargaining Hotels and restaurants do not add service charges to your bill. In up market restaurants, it is usual to tip waiters up to ten per cent of the bill for good service. However, tipping is always your choice. It is not custom to bargain in Australia, however at markets there may be a possibility of getting away with a cheaper deal if you haggle!

calls from public pay phones are untimed and charged at AUD$.050. Mobile, long distance and overseas calls are usually timed.Mobile phone network coverage is available across Australia, however coverage may be limited in some remote areas. Internet access is widely available at internet cafes, accommodation and libraries, so don’t stress!

Postal services Post offices are usually open 9am – 5pm, Monday to Friday, with some city post offices open on Saturday Emergency assistance In case of an emergency, the number morning. Travellers can arrange to for police, ambulance and or fire collect mail at post offices throughout Australia. So why not send a easy brigade is 000. cccc Surf and water safety Australia’s popular beaches are usually patrolled by volunteer lifesavers from October to April and red and yellow flags mark the safest area for swimming. We want you enjoy our beautiful beaches, but please be aware of the weather conditions and changes during the day as dangerous tides and rips can occur regularly! Language Australia’s official language is English. However, being a multicultural nation with a significant migrant population, we also enjoy a tremendous diversity of languages and cultures! Electrical power points Our electrical current is 220 – 240 volts, AC 50Hz. The Australian threepin power outlet is different from nice and cheap postcard to your some other countries, so you may family and friends back home for only need an adaptor. a dollar or so! Communication Australia’s country code is 61. Local



Queen Victoria Market

is a must! Queen Victoria Market has everything from inexpensive souvenirs to genuine leather jackets, arts and crafts and hand-made candles. This is one of the largest markets of its kind in the world, and you just will not get through the entire thing in one day. Queen Victoria Market also has a huge area for fresh fruits, vegetables, and meats. The market is easily accessible just hop on one of the Bourke Street Mall is not many trams that stop at its doorstep! your usual American like Mall, rather it is a section of Bourke Street full of stores and shops! Central to Bourke Melbourne Central is Street Mall are tram lines, you won’t located on Lonsdale Street in the see something like this anywhere! If Central Business District. It has over, over 300 shops within its walls ccc and range from top end brands to mainstream brands. Here you can browse through bookstores, buy Australian opals, get your hair done, have a nice lunch, go bowling, have a beer, watch a movie, sing karaoke and even catch a train somewhere as it home to one of Melbourne’s most busy underground train station!




of the Central Business District is an enclosed mall. This is where you will find IKEA, K-Mart, and a host of great Melbourne shops. Strand Bags has some wonderful luggage at great prices if you find you need more space to stow all of your delightful purchases. They have a nice bookstore, several jewellers, and clothing shops! Hop on one of the many trams and it will drop you off right at its doorstep!

Chapel Street is a seriously long street of many many many stores! It is a Melbournian’s shopping destination favourite. The area boasts its second-hand shops, to exclusive Australian designers. No matter what it is you are looking for, you will find it here. Because it is such a long street filled with shopping, ensure you come back for a second trip as you probably won’t finish it the first time! Chapel Street also has just as many eateries to sit and regenerate in between bursts of shopping, which is always convenient!

Southgate is on the south bank DFO South Wharf

of the Yarra River which flows through Melbourne. While Southgate is mostly nice restaurants and a less expensive food court, they do have a number of wonderfully unique boutiques. On Sundays they also have a nice market lining the sidewalks. That is the best time and place to grab that leather Aussie hat you know you have been dying to buy. Best of all, Southgate is you are looking for up-scale clothing only a short stroll from the Melbourne and big brands, then this is one of Convention and Exhibition Centre the spots you want to spend a day where WorldMUN is held! wandering through. David Jones and Myer are here, Melbourne’s answer Victoria Gardens is just to Macys. down Victoria Street a few miles east


is for big brands, big bargains and big savings of up to 70% off! Here you will find over 120 stores with big name brands under one roof. DFO is all for fashion! With so many brands to choose from, you’re sure to find everything you’re looking for in ladies and men’s fashion, children’s wear, footwear, handbags and luggage, homeware, lingerie and jewellery, more specialised stores and loads more. And to keep your energy levels up there are food courts, cafes and juice bars. Best of all it’s only a 10 minute walk from the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre where WorldMUN is held!

Shuttle Service Everyone knows that the WorldMUN spirit continues well into the night. While Melbourne sleeps, the party continues and to make sure you get home safe from social events located a little outside the CBD we have organised buses to shuttle you home at the end of the night!

Airport to the Melbourne CBD or CBD to the Airport? The best way to travel is with the Skybus Shuttle Service, departing from both the international and domestic arrivals terminals every 10 minutes! The service operates 24/7 and will take you into the heart of Melbourne to Southern Cross Train Station. There you can transfer to the complimentary Skybus Hotel Shuttle Service if you are staying at one of our official partner hotels or a participating hotel listed on the Skybus website. Otherwise, simply jump on a tram, train or catch a taxi to get to your destination! With special discount rates for delegates, this will be the cheapest, fastest and most convenient airport transfer! And when you’re heading home, simply ask concierge at your participating hotel to contact Skybus and arrange a return transfer for you! It’s that easy! For more information on the SkyBus service, partner hotels, shuttle timetables and hotel transfer operating hours, please visit

The shuttle service is complimentary and will take you back to the CBD so you don’t need to worry about getting home! But if your feet get sore you or you need to prepare a draft resolution for the next day and want to head home a little earlier, please note the times of the last trains and trams to take you home or hail a cab! Cabs will cost you between AUD$20 and $50, so you’re best to make new friends and share a cab back to the city!


HIGH LEVEL YOUTH SUMMIT ON MILLENNIUM DEVELOPMENT GOALS COMMITTEE The High Level Youth Summit on Millennium Development Goals Committee (‘MDG Committee’) is a working group that aims to address an issue of global importance: the future of global development post2015. In 2000, 189 nations commenced the new millennium with a promise to free people from extreme poverty. In order to honour this promise, signatories to the Millennium Declaration would commit themselves to addressing eight factors that were identified as perpetuating the divide between the developed and developing. These factors, in an unprecedented demonstration of global cooperation, were transformed into goals – the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs). In 2015, the MDGs are set to expire. Although it is undeniable that we have come a long way, a world in which every member of the global community has access to minimum standards of living, and where every state has the means and methods to secure a sustainable future, is not yet a

reality. As 2015 quickly approaches, we are faced with a dilemma: where to from here? Unfortunately,




“What changes do you think the world needs to make in order to eradicate extreme poverty and secure a sustainable future?”

............................................................ the design of the post-2015 development framework are divided. Some argue that the current goals are sufficient, and that all that is needed is renewed enthusiasm and commitment to attaining the vision embodied by the MDGs. Others suggest that the current framework is incapable of achieving true, sustainable development and that we should adopt a new paradigm. To this end, United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon’s High Level Panel on Global Sustainability recommended the introduction of


a set of Sustainable Development Goals. Then there is the possibility of adopting one more goal, a ninth goal, to address the shortcomings of the current agenda. Resolving the post-2015 dilemma is no easy task; however, regardless of preference for the future of global development, one thing is certain: the resolution of this issue is more urgent than ever. Members of the MDG Committee will be asked: what changes do you think the world needs to make in order to eradicate extreme poverty and secure a sustainable future? Delegates sitting on the MDG Committee will be required to work together in order to draft a Declaration, similar to that engendered by the historic Millennium Summit in New York in 2000, that represents the global youth’s perspective on the future of international development and development strategies.

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driving force of WorldMUN Melbourne 2013 is a desire to ascertain the views of youth globally in relation to issues that impact the international community, and to promulgate those views within the international arena. Utilising our partnerships and networks, Melbourne 2013 is determined to ensure that the ideas and

proposals produced by delegates have a greater impact after the conclusion of the debate. WorldMUN is a vehicle for youth participation in global discourse, representing an opportunity to integrate the views of youth into decision-making processes the world over. In 2013, delegates will descend upon

Melbourne to discuss topics ranging from armed conflict to global developm. The resolutions produced have the capacity to embody the valuable perspectives of the global youth – the combined voice of over 2000 students from more than 80 different countries.

Youth participation has finally gained the recognition that it deserves, with world leaders acknowledging the importance of youth participation in global politics. The General Assembly, in A/RES/66/121, has recently stated that it [r]ecognizes that young people in all countries are both a major human resource for development and key agents for social change, economic

development and technological innovation ‌ It is our desire to promote the effective and meaningful participation of delegates in the decision-making process, and we have developed a number of partnerships, founded on a mutual desire to engage with young people, that will enable us to promote resolutions following the conclusion of the conference.

One day we will inherit this world, and as its future leaders, we have the responsibility to shape its future. At WorldMUN 2013, the Resolutions with an Impact initiative will provide you with the opportunity to have your voice heard, to plan for the future, and to reinvent your world.


‘‘With the world as your audience, how will you recreate it?’’ Calling all delegates! Are you excited for the upcoming WorldMUN Conference? With passions running high and your creative juices flowing, have you started thinking about what kind of an impact you could make? Make your mark at the world’s largest student-led conference with the chance to be featured in WorldMUN videos, and be crowned as the winners of the 2013 WorldMUN YouTube Competition! We will be choosing two outstanding submissions and winners will be presented with our amazing social event ticket packages*. Videos should address how you would ‘Recreate Your World’. Be as inventive and innovative as you like, as the individuality of submissions will be a major consideration for our judges. Whether it is as unique as interpretive dance, as astounding as your own musical composition, or as simple as an inspirational speech, everything and anything is both encouraged and welcomed! Your video is to be from two to three minutes in length and may be in your language of choice, but translations must be provided for it to be accepted. The competition closes on 10 March 2013, so hurry and get filming! Please send all submissions to, with the email titled ‘Recreate Your World Submission: (Delegation Name Here)’. Please ensure all video files are saved as ‘(Your Delegation Name) – Video Application Submission’. Video quality of 720p (1080 x 720) or above will be accepted, which can be achieved by using most smart phones. Video files in the format of ‘.mov’, ‘.mp4′ or ‘.avi’ will be accepted. A delegation may only enter once, and not all members of a delegation must appear in or be involved in the video. *(Please note that this will be working by a system of reimbursement, so all entrants should still purchase tickets using the MyMUN system and winners will be reimbursed after the conference date).


STUDENT JOURNALISTS APPLICATIONS WorldMUN is the world’s largest student-led youth conference where more than 2000 like-minded student delegates from over 80 countries simulate the UN and confront pressing international issues, drafting resolutions to trigger innovative change and creating unbreakable bonds across continents in the process, therein shaping our future leaders. Initiated by Harvard University, WorldMUN has travelled to 21 different cities over the span of 21 years, and for the first time is coming to Australia – it will be held in Melbourne from 18 – 22 March this year at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre. Our mission is to offer and empower youth from around the world with a space to articulate their views on international issues of importance, and encouraging communication, cooperation and critical thinking about the world they inhabit as the global community moves toward a new era of development. With 2015 fast approaching, the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) have been chosen as our Conference theme. WorldMUN is distinct from any other Model United Nations. Described by The Times (UK) as ‘superior to any other university program in the world’, the magnitude of this conference simultaneously heightens the quality of the debate. We believe in expanding the debate beyond the WorldMUN Committee Sessions to the streets of Melbourne, energising and inspiring the youth in Australia to sow the seeds for change in their communities. Additionally, in 2013 WorldMUN is partnering with Study Melbourne, the State Government of Victoria, AusAID, RMIT University, Monash University, UNICEF, the Melbourne Convention and Visitors Bureau, the City of Melbourne and is working in collaboration with One Just World. The WorldMUN Office of Communications and Marketing is now recruiting Student Journalists to observe and document our monumental conference. All WorldMUN Student Journalists will receive complete access to the events, including committee rooms, free of charge. The option to purchase social event tickets will also be made available; these are usually restricted exclusively for delegates. In attending both our prestigious Opening and Closing ceremonies, accepted applicants will be amongst prominent and well-known senior figures from the Australian Government, United Nations, as well as NGOs. Moreover, some student journalists will be selected to attend our seminars and workshops, and one outstanding student journalist, who will be awarded with exclusive journalist status, will be selected based on their application and preparation to attend a private cocktail reception with keynote speakers and key sponsors/partners. Additionally, all Student Journalists will receive personalised certificates of participation for their effort, as well as letters of reference or recommendation upon request, based on performance. Download the WorldMUN Student Journalist Application form and submit your applications to communications@ 19


MEET THE MDG DELEGATES Desiree Pina Delegate

My name is Desiree Pina and I am a delegate at the High Level Youth Summit on the Millennium Development Goals Committee. I have always been interested in international affairs, human development and human rights. I am so grateful of having the opportunity to be a member of this committee. I am looking forward in working with delegates from all over the world and come up with an excellent resolution. I was born and raised in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic. I am a third year Law student in the University of Navarra in Pamplona, Spain. With hopes of graduating next year and pursuing a masters in International Relations and Human Rights; I dream of one day working in the United Nations and making a positive impact in my country and the whole world. I have always been interested in learning new languages; I speak Spanish, English, Italian and French. If I had the chance to choose a superpower it would be to speak EVERY language in the world, including American Sign


Language. I am very interesting in travelling, making new friends and learning about different cultures. My best experience so far was when I went to do community service in India two years ago. Working in an orphanage with kids that have been victims of child trafficking made me realise how fortunate I am. I decided to do community service to help others, little did I know that it ended up helping myself as well. My main goals in life, apart from one day working in the UN, are learning to speak fluent Arabic, learning to play the piano and opening an NGO for helping disadvantage kids all over the world. I attended WorldMUN 2012 in Vancouver and took home great academic input, new friends, great memories and a new perspective in life. I am looking forward in doubling those experiences at WorldMUN 2013 in Melbourne, Australia.

Bonnie Chiu Delegate

“My Bonnie is over the ocean...” - does this song sound familiar to you? Well, this is my song. My friends tease me about it because I am often, literally, “over the ocean”. I travel a lot, and my passion for travelling is one of the many reasons that brought me to Model UN.

making. But there are bunches of socially-aware business students, myself included, who want to change the world. The business way of changing the world is through social entrepreneurship. I am joining the Social Venture Challenge at WorldMUN with my social enterprise ( I am also really interested in human rights, which is why I am working part-time for Amnesty International now.

I am a final year undergraduate from the Chinese University of Hong Kong. My major is Global Business Studies, which is an internationally-collaborated program among three schools – my university, Copenhagen Business School and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. During my three years of undergraduate studies, I have spent two semesters abroad in the two partner universities. The most fascinating thing about exchange is to meet people of all sorts of cultures. I am really excited for the opportunity to interact with people from all over the world at WorldMUN.

If you love travelling, social entrepreneurship, human rights, politics… or just having fun – please reach out to me. I can’t wait to be “over the ocean” in two weeks’ time!

Being a business student, I get the question a lot – Why am I interested in saving the world? The stereotype of business students is that they only care about money


.......................................................................................... WorldMAP Ambassadors Program

.......................................................................................... The WorldMAP Ambassadors program has helped advocate the WorldMUN spirit around the world. The program started in November of 2012 and has resulted to be a hugely successful initiative, bringing 13 talented and ambitious delegates together to amass over 350 delegates from around the world. Consistently working to promote WorldMUN and increase both awareness and exposure for the cause, the Melbourne Host Directorate has worked closely with these ambassadors, obtaining detailed weekly progress reports and guiding ambassadors individually with feedback and help through both emails and social media platforms. Even after official registration deadlines, our ambassadors have continued recruiting and assisting delegates with other visa and accommodation queries, being an invaluable part of our overall recruitment process. Below are the Ambassadors names and the countries they represent: Lauditta Humaira: Indonesia Lily Linglie Zhang: China Kanij Fatima Annie: Bangladesh Caroline Yang: Taiwan Jona Gjini: Albania Natalia Salas: Spain Clive Lee: Hong Kong Bianca Nieves: Romania Paul Schliefsteiner: Austria Catarina Silva: Portugal David Wong: Singapore/ Washington DC Elie El Kallab: Lebanon Mehdi Nassih: Morocco The ambassadors have enjoyed their roles and continue to develop lifelong skills. For Lauditta Humaira, our Indonesian Ambassador, “being an ambassador for this event is such a very special honour… MUNs, especially international scale of MUN, could open up a great opportunity for every student to help them and practice their important skills to be used in their future…the best thing [about] being a WMUN Ambassador is that I can give this opportunity... to every student in Indonesia.” Moreover, Elie El Kallab, our Lebanese Ambassador, generated interest and attention through various speeches to University students and even partaking in TV interviews. He believes he has benefited from the conference, as he believes he has “gained new and valuable friendships”. We are very grateful for all the hard work and commendable efforts of our ambassadors. They are certainly responsible for spreading the WorldMUN spirit and helping our conference obtain delegates from countries that have not even previously attended WorldMUN before, which will add a depth and diversity to a heightened level of debate throughout the Conference. To our invaluable Ambassadors, we say thank you! 22

Ός ένας συνεργάτης της διεύθυνσης υποδοχής του WorldMUN2013, διαβάζοντας το ενημερωτικό δελτίο μέχρι τώρα, ποτέ δεν παραλείπει να με εντυπωσιάσει και σίγουρα αξίζει να το διαβάσετε. Με ενδιαφέρει πολύ να δώ πως δημιουργήθηκε το WorldMUN2013 και είναι ωραία να δούμε πίσω απο τις σκηνές του συνεδρίου. Καλή δουλειά γίνεται απο όλους τους ανθρώπους απο την ομάδα του WorldMUN2013 που δουλεύουν πολύ σκληρά. Βλέποντας μπροστά στο ενημερωτικό δελτίο πέντε! Athanasios Poulios Delegate from Greece

Bản tin của WorldMUN năm 2013 đọc rát là hay. Những cái thông tin trong bản tin này rát hữu ích với cái học hiểu của mình, về những vấn đề quốc tế. WorldMUN năm 2013 là một hội nghị tổ chức qua những học sinh đại học của trừong Monash University và RMIT University liên kết với trừong đại học Harvard University. Những học sinh nầy cùng với 2000 học sinh khác nhau cùng đến với nhau để thảo luận và bàn luận về những chủ đề liên quan với liên hiệp quốc. Mình rất kích thích về sự hiểu biết thêm qua những bản tin và sự kiện sắp đến ổ thành phố Melbourne! Bích Ngọc

Delegate from Vietnam

What this newsletter encompasses it completely inspiring. As a fellow young person passionate about issues our world is currently facing from climate change, it is so refreshing and confidence-

building to read about the amazing people involved in the running of this conference, the delegates and programs in place, to encourage and enable young people to achieve their goals in making a positive impact in the world. Keep up the great work! Grace Isobel Davies Monash University

I wake up early every Friday to get to read The Resolution as soon as I wake up, it has made me even more excited for WorldMUN. Being a Sydney-sider I find the tips on things to do in Melbourne particularly useful. It was a dream come true being featured in this publication last week and I want to thank the editors once more for their tireless dedication and hard work that make this newsletter possible every week. Jon Grossman University of Sydney

First and foremost, on behalf of the whole Harvard team, I would like to say how much we have enjoyed the publications of The Resolution and appreciate the work done by the Office of Media and Design. Though we find ourselves thousands of miles away from Melbourne, The Resolution continues to illuminate the beautiful host city of our conference and increases our already grand excitement with each coming issue. These publications breathe life into the substantive and social elements that make World Model Unite Nations a truly unique experience. Learning about Melbourne’s extensive coffee


culture in the past issue was also a relief considering I no longer need to fear judgment about my borderline questionable coffee consumption. Looking forward to fitting right in. The Harvard team is gearing up for the final push towards conference. We are hosting our last round of training sessions, publishing update papers, sifting through hundreds of position papers, making final touches on crisis plans, responding to mountains of emails, and ensuring those suits and dresses are pressed to perfection. From the perspective of an Under-Secretary-General, it is exhilarating seeing the reality of each committee approaching full form with each coming day. On top of our substantive preparations, the Harvard team has taken to the dance floor to gear up for our annual Cabaret performance. I won’t give away too many details to the competition, but this year’s performance proves to be both classy and risqué. Stay tuned. It’s hard to believe that WorldMUN 2013, a conference at the heart of the Harvard and Host team for over a year now, is nearly two weeks away. To say that the Harvard team is excited is an understatement. Thanks to the work of both teams and the connections provided by The Resolution, the WorldMUN dream has never been too distant. Delegates, we hope you’re as excited as we are. Counting down the days to meeting you all soon! Michael Chilazi Under-Secretary-General of the Specialized Agencies



Media Release Melbourne Host Directorate Monday 4 March 2013

Future Leaders Meet in Melbourne to Change the World In Melbourne this month, 2000 young change-makers from 80 countries will meet for the world’s largest international student-led youth conference, the Harvard World Model United Nations (WorldMUN), from 18-22 March.

sustainable. Getting it right in AsiaPacific means getting it right for twothirds of humanity. I am therefore greatly pleased ESCAP is part of this key event, bringing together such a diverse and dynamic group of young leaders.”

Now in its 22nd year, with past meetings in Brussels, Geneva, London and Beijing, the world’s future leaders will be hosted here by students from Monash University and RMIT University at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre.

“We’re thrilled that the UN has officially recognised the impact that my generation can have,” said 21 year-old conference President Siamak Loni.

“It is clear that the next big challenge for the United Nations and the peoples of the world – especially our young people – is to ensure a future which is both inclusive and

But of course, many of these young people working toward these goals already, and can share personal stories of the impact of the MDGs in their communities and of the work

“We are the next generation of leaders, and many of us are already The conference is supported by all making an impact in our local levels of government in Australia, and communities.” this year, for the first time, they’ve got the backing of the UN Economic and This year’s conference asks what Social Commission for Asia and the will come after the UN’s Millennium Pacific (ESCAP), our regional arm of Development Goals – eight targets the United Nations Secretariat. in health, education, finance and human rights. As the 2015 deadline Dr Noeleen Heyzer, Under- looms, the young delegates will Secretary-General of the United plan towards the next set of goals Nations and Executive Secretary in development, watched over by of ESCAP, said young voices are UN officials and mentors from the vital, and young people need to be Red Cross, World Vision, Unicef, and recognised not just as future leaders, AusAID, the Australian government’s but also as today’s partners. overseas aid agency.


they’re doing now to create change. · Indonesian Kyana Dipananda has established Buku Berjalan – The Walking Book – to share books with children in her community. · Costa Rican communication student Natalia Salas is determined to keep children in school by bringing the One Laptop One Child project to her home country by 2014. · Lena Diekhans, from Germany, is funding women’s groups in Togo to work together to grow beans and rice, using $15,000 she’s raised through parties and events back home. She’s also encouraged 50 fellow business students to take on their own development projects. · Entrepreneur Bonnie Chiu is building a social enterprise to tackle poverty by photographing and sharing the stories of the poorest women in her home town Hong Kong, with plans to expand to Indonesia. · Australian-Papua New Guinean Ayesha Lutschini is working on a project to address violence against women in PNG, as well as campaigning to increase the amount Australia spends on foreign aid. · And, in this election year, environment student Leon Gonzalez from Sydney is trying to help other young people realise that you don’t have to climb Everest to change the world.

Laser Show, White Night Melbourne 2013

WORKSHOPS AND SEMINARS Delegate workshops are designed to assist delegates in understanding the procedural rules associated with WorldMUN, whilst simultaneously allowing them to gain a greater grasp on their allocated topic and/or the conference theme. So you want a career in Border Control and Irregular development? What are 5 things you Migration can do right now to get started? Presented by Monash University, Faculty of Arts Presented by UNICEF Australia

Tuesday 19 March 01.15 PM – 01.45 PM Room 109 and 110, Level 1, Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Center Presenter: Professor Sharon Pickering

Monday 18 March 01:10 PM – 02:00 PM Room 101 and 102, Level 1, Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Center Presenters: Mia Cox, UNICEF Youth Engagement Officer Mariah Kennedy, UNICEF Young Ambassador

Professor Sharon Pickering researches irregular border crossing, and has written extensively in the areas of refugees and trafficking, with a particular focus on gender and human rights. Professor Pickering leads a series of Australian Research Council projects focusing on the intersections of security and migration, deportation, and police and community responses to Prejudice Motivated Crimes. She has worked extensively with government agencies and law enforcement and with local and international NGOs. She has previously worked in Northern Ireland, on counter-terrorism policing, and human rights and women in South East Asia. Her books include Sex Work (with Maher and Gerard); Globalization and Borders: Deaths at the Global Frontier (with Weber), Borders and Crime (with McCulloch); Gender, Borders and Violence; Sex Trafficking (with Segrave and Milivojevic); Borders, Mobility and Technologies of Control (with Weber);

There is no doubt that many of us are passionate about development and are seeking careers in this area. However, how many of us don’t know where to start and what to do? This workshop will provide you with the opportunity to work alongside members of UNICEF Australia as they help you develop skills that are crucial to a successful and meaningful career in development. This is a rare opportunity, and you are invited to actively participate in the workshop and will be provided with invaluable feedback that you can use as you embark on your career in development.


Refugees and State Crime; Critical Chatter: women and human rights in South East Asia (with Lambert and Alder); Global Issues, Women and Justice (with Lambert).

covering all you need to know about the Melbourne student experience. Scholars from the VIDS program will be available to answer questions about Melbourne’s status as a leading Identifying the lack of adequate empirical research as a student city, its research excellence, and its scholarship hurdle to the formation of a sustainable policy response to and research programs. an issue that threatens human rights and national security, Professor Pickering established the Border Crossing You will also hear more about the VIDS scholarships, which Observatory ( The are awarded to research scholars from India and support Border Crossing Observatory aims to collate research essential research. The scholarships not only contribute from independent researchers from around the world and to global knowledge but are also helping build closer to use this research to gain a better understanding about partnerships between India and Victoria. this complex problem and to assist governments in making informed policy decisions.

The Recipe for Eradicating Poverty

In 2012 Professor Sharon Pickering was awarded a Human Rights Award by the Australian Human Rights Commission for Print and Online Media. Following an article entitled ‘Six issues missing from the Asylum seeker debate’ published online in The Conversation, Sharon was asked to lead an expert panel of academics, who, using evidence-based research, produced a series of 14 online articles exposing the realities of asylum seeker issues and advocated for human rights.

Presented by One Just World

Tuesday 19 March 06:00 PM - 07:30 PM BMW Edge, Federation Square Presenters: Rosangela Berman-Bleler, Chief of UNICEF Disability Section, New York Julia Newton-Howes, CEO of Care Australia In the year 2000, 189 nations commenced the new millennium with a promise to free people from extreme poverty. They would do this by addressing eight key issues understood to perpetuate it. This pledge became the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs), which encompass poverty and hunger, education, gender equality and women’s empowerment, health, environment and global partnership.

In this seminar, Professor Pickering will be discussing irregular migration, particularly in relation to the increased movement of women around the world. She will discuss her research and how we can address this complex issue while maintaining a balance between human rights and national security.

The goals set a deadline for 2015 and whilst the success of some MDG’s is undeniable, we are far from achieving the majority. Now, with the end date fast approaching, the international community is considering whether to renew the current goals or set new ones. And with so Presented by Study Melbourne, State Government of Victoria many people around the world still struggling to feed their families and to access the basic necessities of life required for survival, this issue is an urgent one. Tuesday 19 March 12:30 PM -01:00 PM Whilst there are some who are happy with just eight Room 105 and 106, Level 1, Melbourne Convention MDG’s, others suggest that the existing framework falls and Exhibition Center short of addressing the essentials required to eliminate Presenters: Victoria India Doctoral Scholarships (VIDS) extreme poverty. The proponents of this view argue that Scholars a ninth goal could fill this gap. So where are the holes? Have you ever wondered what it would be like to study in Is there something missing that, if targeted, could offer a Melbourne? Well, here is your chance to stop wondering more holistic approach to overcoming poverty? and start planning with a half-hour information session

Study Melbourne: Victoria India Doctoral Scholarships (VIDS) Scholars - My Melbourne Experience


Youth Engagement Series

fields. Panelists will be able to comprehensively address questions posed to them by delegates, who can deposit questions at the Delegate Services Desk, then engage in lively debate with the rest of the panel. This seminar promises to be a highlight of the Youth Engagement Series.

The Youth Engagement Series will be a lively afternoon of debate and discussion with Australia’s most How to get noticed in the Media well placed young people and Wednesday 20 March 3:30pm 105 and 106, Level 1, Melbourne Convention youth advocates. As attendees to Room and Exhibition Centre the conference, the 2013 Harvard ability to gain the attention of the media whether World Model United Nations The internationally or domestically is an unparalleled skill. importance of the media cycle in carrying a political delegates are all well aware of The issue cannot be underestimated. This seminar will inform the challenges young people face delegates of the best ways to get your own point across the media – across all its forms. This seminar will also when contributing to the sphere of indiscuss the best manner in which to present yourself whilst international affairs and dialogue. engaging with the media. WorldMUN can provide a forum in How to get noticed in the public which to negate a somewhat poor policy sphere global image of youth. This series 20 March 4:00pm will seek to expand the range Wednesday Room 105 and 106, Level 1, Melbourne Convention of opportunities youth have to and Exhibition Centre contribute positively to their world. One of the aims of the Harvard World Model United

Nations is to create ‘Resolutions with Impact’. This seminar topic seeks to address this aim, and create discussion on Youth Questions and Answers how to get policy points noticed by government and civil society. The high-level policy dialogue carried out in the Wednesday 20 March 2:00pm UN on an inter-governmental level is something considered Room 105 and 106, Level 1, Melbourne Convention by the most intellectual thinkers of our time. The resolutions and Exhibition Centre created should aim to be considered by the same people. The discussion in committee serves to solve the crisis of The iconic Australian Broadcasting Corporation program, international affairs and this seminar will complement Q&A sees prominent business people, politicians and this by looking at the most effective manner in which to other leaders in Australian society address questions and approach people within the public policy spheres.
 debate issues of contemporary Australian politics from all sides of the political spectrum. Mirroring this, the Youth Question and Answer panel will be an interactive seminar, with delegates able to submit questions to a panel of young, accomplished change-makers in their respective


Studying at Monash University: the How, the What, the Why, and the When

Monash Study Abroad is committed to ensuring that students are equipped with all the essential information before embarking on one of Monash’s world-class study abroad programs. At this seminar, Monash Study Abroad will provide you with all of the essential information – from where and when to apply, to information about its various programs (e.g. student exchange, visiting students and internships). If you want learn about the opportunities at Monash University, this seminar is definitely for you!

Part 1: Completing Your Studies at Monash University Presented by Monash University

Thursday 20 March 1 PM – 1:15 PM Room 203, Level 2, Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Center Presenter: Jaime Jobson, Regional Manager, Offshore Student Recruitment (Office of Future Students)

The seminar will be followed by a Question and Answer session where you can ask advisors questions and obtain advice about specific courses and programs available at Monash University.

Completing your tertiary studies at a foreign university can be a big decision, and often requires an analysis of the credentials of prospective universities. However, as a truly global university – boasting campuses in several countries around the word – Monash University is able to offer students an unparalleled variety of subjects, courses and disciplines.

Information packets and brochures will be available.

Mr Jobson will talk to participants about the opportunities available at Monash University for students wishing to complete their studies at the University. If you are interested in studying at an institution ranked in the top 100 universities in the world, this information session will provide you with the essential details required to kick-start your decision to study abroad. Part 2: Studying Abroad at Monash University – Available Opportunities Presented by Monash Study Abroad

Thursday 20 March 1:15 PM – 1:30 PM Room 203, Level 2, Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Center Presenter: Presenter: Trevor Goddard, Manager, Monash Study Abroad As one of Australia’s most prestigious universities, Monash has an extensive network that provides students from around the world with the opportunity to undertake study in Melbourne. Making a decision to study abroad can be both stressful and daunting, especially when you have never experienced the lifestyle and culture of your preferred destination.


What is a MUN?

A MUN stands for a Model United Nations. It is essentially a simulation of the United Nations

How do I buy Social Events tickets?

Easy! Get your Head Delegate to log onto your MyMUN account and purchase your tickets. For value for money, we highly recommend purchasing a social events package.

What is Crown? Is everyone staying there?

Crown is our official partnering hotel! Crown hotels are situated right next to WorldMUN’s venue so it is extremely convenient to be staying there. Many of our delegates and Host Directorate members will be staying at Crown as they are taking advantage of the special discount’s rates offered to WorldMUN delegates, as its situated at a convenient location and has stunning views!

What is the best way to get around to locations and events in Melbourne?

The wonderful thing about Melbourne is that it is so easy to get around! Accessing locations and events from your accommodation can be easily done so through simply walking, hopping on a tram, free city circle tram, bus, train or taxi! Our interns will be located in specific areas around Melbourne, along with Melbourne Visitor Centre staff to give you a hand with advice or directions if needed!


How do I buy tickets to the opening and closing ceremony? They are not featured on the social events package?

All attending delegates will receive automatic entry to both our Opening and Closing Ceremonies! Make sure that you bring or wear your lanyards, as this is your entry ticket!

In the event of an emergency (Swine Flu outbreak, a raging lunatic, a fire) what are the emergency procedures, and who is responsible for ensuring my safety?

Do you have any in conference workshops or seminars running?

Yes we do for more information of our exciting conference and workshops please visit our website : http://

I did not receive my lanyard. Who do I contact?

Please ask a member of the Host Directorate working at our registration desk, they will kindly assist you!

Where can I exchange currency at?

If you did not get the chance to exchange your currency to the Australian Dollar, do not panic! Upon arrival to Australia, our Melbourne Airports have currency exchange booths where you can change currency within minutes! If you run out of Australian currency, currency converter booths are also found throughout the Melbourne CBD.


Safety guidelines will be found across walls of the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre (where WorldMUN is located). Ensure that you have read of the guidelines where possible to locate your nearest exits in case of an unlikely emergency. Staff and HD members are also familiar with what to do in case of an emergency. A local fire warden will also be present during the conference at all times to provide advice!

What emergency contact number do I use in Australia?

In case of an emergency for fire, ambulance or police please dial triple 0 (000)!

Who are the Host Directorates?

The Host Directorate encompasses a large group of volunteers, majority of whom are current or alumni students from Monash and RMIT University. We are young passionate people hoping to bring the very best WorldMUN


experience to all delegates, here in Melbourne! We can easily be spotted wearing lanyards or t-shirts! Come say hi if you see us!

I heard in Melbourne people don’t go home until 5am. What is the safest way to get home?

Melbournian’s are quite well known for our party nature! To ensure a safe route home, hail a passing cab or call one of Melbourne’s prominent taxi companies to arrange a pick up!

What kind of clothing will i be required to wear during WorldMUN committee sessions?

All delegates are expected to abide by committee dress code (western business attire, or national dress).

I’m interested in going on a pre/post/in conference trip. Who do I contact?

For information on how to book visit our website here at : http://melbourne2013.

My country does not have paypal, or western union. How do I buy Social Events tickets?

We encourage that all social events tickets be purchased prior to arriving to avoid missing out on sold out events! However in such situations, social events tickets can be purchased at our stalls during the conference.


Eve Nightclub

10:00AM - 03:00PM

Delegate Registration

Ground Foyer, Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre

10:00PM - 12:00PM

MDG Committee Session 0

Room 111 and 112, Level 1 Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre

12:00PM - 01:00PM

Faculty Advisor and Head Delegate Welcome

Room 101 and 102, Level 1 Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre

01:00PM - 02:00PM

Seminar: So you want a career in development? What are the five things you can do right now to get started?

Room 101 and 102, Level 1 Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre

08:00AM - 01:00AM


01:00PM - 04:00PM

Presented by UNICEF Australia Rules of Procedures Training

01:00PM - 04:00PM

Delegate set up for Global Village

08:00PM - 01:00PM

Doors open to Opening Ceremony

05:00PM - 07:00PM

Opening Ceremony

07:00PM - 07:30PM

Delegates march to Global Village location

05:00PM - 07:00PM

Opening Ceremony

Plenary Theatre Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre

07:30PM - 01:00AM

Global Village

Alumni Courtyard (Old Melbourne Goal) RMIT University Campus

09:00AM - 12:30PM

Committee Session 1 (featuring guest speaker)

Meeting Rooms Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre

12:30PM - 02:00PM


12:30PM - 01:00PM

Seminar: Victoria India Doctoral Scholarships (VIDS) Scholars - My Melbourne experience

Room 111 and 112, Level 1 Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre Alumni Courtyard RMIT University Plenary Theatre Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre


Room 105 and 106, Level 1 Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre

01:15PM - 01:45PM

Presented by Study Melbourne Seminar: Border Control and Irregular Migration

02:00PM - 05:30PM

Presented by Monash University Committee Session 2

05:30PM - 06:00PM

Faculty Advisor and Head Delegate Meeting

Room 218, Level 2 Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre

06:00PM - 07:30PM

One Just World Forum

BMW Edge Theatre Federation Square

06:00PM - 07:00PM

Committee Dinners

Various locations South Wharf Promenade

08:00PM - 01:00AM

Melbourne Night

Republica & Encore St Kilda

Room 109 and 110, Level 1 Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre Meeting Rooms Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 20 09:00AM - 01:00PM

Committee Session 3

01:30PM - 02:00PM

Faculty Advisor and Head Delegate Meeting

02:00PM - 03:00PM

Youth Engagment Panel

Room 105 and 106, Level 1 Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre

03:00PM - 03:30PM

Youth Engagement: Getting noticed in the Media

Room 105 and 106, Level 1 Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre

03:30PM - 04:00PM

Youth Engagement: Getting noticed in the Public Policy Sphere

Room 105 and 106, Level 1 Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre

04:00PM - 05:00PM

Resolution Career Panel

Room 105 and 106, Level 1 Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre

02:00PM - 05:00PM 08:00PM - 01:00AM

In-conference trips Cabaret

Various locations around Melbourne Trak Lounge Bar Toorak

09:00AM - 12:30PM

Committee Session 4

Meeting Rooms Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre

12:30PM - 02:00PM


01:00PM - 02:00PM

Seminar: Studying Abroad at Monash University: The How? The What? The Why? The When?

Meeting Rooms Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre Room 218, Level 2 Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre


Room 203, Level 2 Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre

01:30PM - 02:00PM

Presented by Monash University Study Abroad Faculty Advisor and Head Delegate Meeting

02:30PM - 04:30PM

Resolution Social Venture Challenge Finals

Room 218, Level 2 Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre

02:00PM - 05:30PM

Committee Session 5

Meeting Rooms Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre

05:30PM - 06:00PM

Faculty Advisor and Head Delegate Meeting

Room 218, Level 2 Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre

08:00PM - 01:00AM

Into the Wild

CQ Nightclub Queen Street, Melbourne

09:00AM - 12:30PM

Committee Session 6

Meeting Rooms Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre

12:30PM - 01:00PM

Delegate March

Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre to Queensbridge Square via Southbank

01:00PM - 02:30PM

Study Melbourne BBQ

Queensbridge Square Southbank

02:30PM - 02:30PM

Host WorldMUN 2014 Information Session

Room 105 and 106, Level 1 Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre

02:30PM - 03:00PM

Doors open to Closing Ceremony

03:00PM - 05:00PM

Closing Ceremony

Plenary Theatre Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre

07:00PM - 01:00AM

Hooroo: Farewell Party

Luna Park St Kilda

Room 218, Level 2 Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre


*Please note, this is not final and is subject to change at any given point.

Host Universities Monash University RMIT University

Partners State Government of Victoria Study Melbourne City of Melbourne Melbourne Convention + Visitors Bureau UNICEF Harvard WorldMUN

Supported By Australian Aid

Endorsed by UN ESCAP

In Collaboration With One Just World

Partner Hotels Crown Promenade Crown Metropol

Credits Larissa Lyndon Merry Hoang Melissa Peppin Celia Tran Ollie Xu Emma Moore Pierce Russell Lisa Fowler Charles Chia Aviva Pinskier Naomi Hickey-Humble

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