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VMUN is the largest high-school-run Model United Nations conference in Canada. Over three days, delegates debate world issues and work with others to find realistic solutions. Past keynote speakers have included Amanda Lindhout, Doc Hendley, Roméo Dallaire, and Justin Trudeau. The conference is held at the Hyatt Regency in the heart of downtown Vancouver.

Diplomacy is not a spectator sport

Vancouver Model United Nations  §  The Seventeenth Annual Session

January 19-21, 2018, The Hyatt Regency Vancouver

Vancouver Model United Nations (VMUN) is one of Canada's premier educational simulations. A three-day Model United Nations conference located in the heart of Vancouver, VMUN is the largest high school student-organized Model United Nations conference in North America. Since its inception in 2002, VMUN has simulated world diplomacy, inspiring our delegates to become more aware, more educated, and more thoughtful global citizens in an increasingly complex world.

Delegates at VMUN are immersed in a thriving fast-paced environment, working together to create practical and dynamic solutions to the world's most pressing problems. Our diverse committee line-up will allow students to think critically, collaborate with others, propose constructive resolutions, and develop the diplomatic skills that are more important than ever.

Our committee staff members are comprised of high school students from throughout the Pacific Northwest who are carefully selected based upon their extensive Model UN and debate experience and expertise. The foundations of VMUN – a team of professional staff, an atmosphere of progress, and a high quality of debate – mean that every year, VMUN brings together over a thousand passionate high school students who are dedicated to ensuring our world works together to bring about global change.

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© 2019 Vancouver Model United Nations. VMUN is hosted by St. George's School.