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Letter from the Secretary General

Dear Delegates, Chairs, and Advisors,


I am honored to invite you to the fifth Mediterranean Model United Nations - MEDMUN - which will be held from the 24th to the 26th of March 2017 in Menton, France, otherwise known as “La perle de la France”.


MEDMUN is a challenging United Nations simulation hosted by the Middle Eastern and Mediterranean campus of Science Po Paris. It tackles the complex political, economic and social issues facing the countries of the Mediterranean, Middle East, and North Africa today. Held in one of Europe’s leading political science and international relations universities as well as one of France's “Grandes Écoles”, MEDMUN strives to consistently provide students of diverse academic and social backgrounds with an opportunity to better understand the world of diplomacy and international affairs, as well as the dynamics of the United Nations. Featuring world-class keynote speakers who are experts in the MENA region and diplomacy, MEDMUN offers its participants multifaceted perspectives on pressing global issues.


With the growing human population putting immense pressure on the limited resources of our planet, our conference theme will be Population: Demographic Trends Upending Global Societies. Additionally, this year’s conference will continue to work in four languages: English, French, Arabic and Italian. Committees will operate on an integrated platform featuring a real-time crisis simulation and an interconnected press network. MEDMUN 2017 not only promises a unique academic experience, but also an opportunity to build friendships and network in a dynamic ambiance. Thanks to our unique location on the French Riviera, each year our participants enjoy a number of exciting social events in Menton, Monaco and beyond.


I look forward to welcoming you to another diverse, stimulating and truly international conference in our little corner of the French Riviera!


                                                                                     Yours sincerely,


                                                                                       Farah Oraby

                                                            MEDMUN 2017 Secretary General