UNited educational, Scientific and CULtural organization (UNesco)

For the first time in our history, we are excited to introduce a new committee for our 2019 conference. UNESCO's purpose is to promote peace and security by valuing educational, scientific and cultural reforms in the world. They sponsor projects focusing on improving literacy, education, protection of heritage sites, and independence of the media. UNESCO works to eradicate poverty, improve sustainable development and global solidarity.


WHO works with governments and various organizations from all around the world to combat diseases and strive to promote physical and mental well-being. The work of World Health Organization officials includes everything from improving local public health services to notifying member countries of latest breakthroughs in medical research. The first director general of WHO, Brock Chisholm, was in fact, a Canadian physician born in Oakville, Ontario.

Human Rights Council (HRC)

The main goal of the Human Rights Council is to address situations of human rights violations in specific countries, worldwide violations, and other global affairs, and strive to resolve those issues. The council is dedicated to protecting worldwide freedoms and minority rights.


United nations Children's Fund (uNICEF)

The United Nations Children's fund's mission is to reach every child and ensure their well-being, no matter where they are in this world. There’s no limit to the lengths UNICEF will go, the risks they will take or the depth of their commitment to save children’s lives. By plane, boat or foot, they reach the poorest, most vulnerable children in the world’s most inaccessible places, bringing them simple, life-saving essentials like vaccines and clean water.

Committee List

1. Stay tuned for delegate assignments which will be sent out to the teacher advisors of each school.

2. Background guides for each topic are available by clicking on the buttons below each committee. You can use these as guidelines for writing your position paper on your topics.

3. Position papers are due by March 29th, the day of the conference.  Please share them via Google Drive to our email address: hmunpositionpaper@gmail.com with the subject line in the format of name_committee. Please do not send position papers as attachments through e-mail, use Google Drive's sharing function instead. If we do not receive your position paper you will be ​ineligible for an award.  Review our policy regarding position papers (link to the word document):

4. Review the Halton MUN procedures, terminology and sample resolutions (link to the word document):

5. Dress code required of delegates for the conference will be appropriate western business attire. 

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