ATTENTION ALL TEACHERS! We have a last minute change in topics for ICJ. If you have a delegate in the International Court of Justice committee, please check the ICJ committee page ASAP. Email DG@Houstonareamun.org for any questions regarding the topic change. Apologies to all delegates who may have begun research.
Please find a copy of the HAMUN 43 official parliamentary procedure guide here. This will be useful in helping new and returning delegates get up to speed in parliamentary procedure.
Background Guides for all committees will be posted by November 5th.
In order to attend conference, all delegates in standard committees (excluding General Plenary) must submit one position paper to attend HAMUN 43. The first position paper will be due December 8th. Please refer here for more information.
To be eligible for an award in a standard committee (excluding General Plenary), you must submit a second position paper by January 23rd.
A committee guide has been uploaded for ICJ under the committee page, please read through it carefully if you are a delegate in the ICJ.
Crisis delegates will NOT be required to submit a position paper, but will have to submit one in order to be considered for an award. The paper should address the critical questions posed in the committee background guide for your character or nation, and detail your strategy to meet your personal objectives.
Character assignments for all crisis committees will be sent to sponsors on November 8th.
We have our first Delegate Resource Workshop coming up on October 26th. You should have all received information about the DRW by email. Kindly RSVP by October 24th to the Chief of Staff at firstname.lastname@example.org. This event is for teaching delegates parliamentary procedure, and for equipping them with the skills they need to be successful at #HAMUN43. All are welcome.
Check out this year’s selection of countries and committees here.
Make sure to RSVP to the Country Selection Meeting this next weekend (the 23rd) at email@example.com. It greatly helps us and you if we know how many to expect.
Undergraduate and graduate students interested in serving as a Chair or Moderator at this year’s HAMUN conference are required to submit an application no later than September 20th.
Country Selection Meeting has been moved to September 23rd at 9am as a result of the flooding from Hurricane Harvey. Please refer to the email sponsors should have received for additional information. Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for any additional questions. If you did not receive this email and are a sponsor/are interested in registering your school for HAMUN, please also send us an email at email@example.com.
Applications for staffing HAMUN 43 are now being accepted!
The deadline for this application will be January 1st, 2018. All applicants new to HAMUN will be interviewed preferably in person. In addition to the training session the night before conference everyone will be required to attend 1 additional training session.
Staff Training Dates:
1 – October 28, 2017 @St.Thomas 10:00am-1:00pm
2 – November 18, 2017 @College Station 10:00am-1:00pm
*(Staff Training 2 will depend on the # of applicants from CSTAT)
3 – January 13, 2018 @Westchester 10:00am-1:00pm
4 – January 20, 2018 @Austin 10:00am-1:00pm
This year we are doing something special with the applications. CTMUN and HAMUN are attempting to streamline the application process for those of who may be interested in both conferences; but don’t want to do fill out multiple applications. In section 2 if you are interested in both conferences or just the other, simply select your choice.
We look forward to hearing from you!
Although it’s still summer, there is only about half a year left till HAMUN 43! For individuals interested in staffing this upcoming conference, we are looking for those who want to help create and run our crisis committees as Crisis Directors. Anyone is welcome to apply by filling out the application, linked in this post below. The application closes on July 26th, in two weeks time, so make sure to apply before then. Don’t hesitate to contact firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions you may have!