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The 2019 Order of Debate has now been finalised

National MUNA 2019 will take place from Friday 16th to Sunday 18th August 2019 at the Museum of Australian Democracy in Canberra.  

A list of teams and country allocations for 2019 is provided below:

Bloc Country Team
Bloc 1 Afghanistan Epping/Epping Boys HS
Bloc 1 Cambodia Gosford City/Central Coast Grammar School
Bloc 1 China 9800/The Mac.Robertson Girls' High School
Bloc 1 India Batemans Bay/Batemans Bay High
Bloc 1 North Korea 9820/Frankston High School, Mount Eliza Secondary College
Bloc 1 Vietnam 9675/Ascham School
Bloc 2 France Merimbula/Eden Marine High School
Bloc 2 Germany Weston Creek/Canberra College
Bloc 2 Russia 9800/Swinburne Senior Secondary College
Bloc 2 Sweden Berrima District/Frensham
Bloc 2 Switzerland Batemans Bay/St Peters Anglican College
Bloc 3 Egypt 9810/Box Hill High School
Bloc 3 Iran 9640/Banora Point High School
Bloc 3 Iraq Strathfield/PLC Sydney
Bloc 3 Saudi Arabia 9685/The King's School
Bloc 3 Syria Narooma/Narooma High School
Bloc 3 United Arab Emirates TUGGERANONG/Erindale College ACT
Bloc 4 Brazil Woden Daybreak/Canberra College
Bloc 4 Colombia 9675/SCEGGS Darlinghurst
Bloc 4 Cuba 9830/Ogilvie High School
Bloc 4 Mexico 9670/Toronto High School
Bloc 4 Venezuela Epping/Shore School
Bloc 5 Canada 9650/St Columba Anglican School
Bloc 5 Japan Berrima District/Southern Highlands Christian School
Bloc 5 New Zealand Moruya/Carroll College
Bloc 5 United Kingdom 9685/Penrith High School
Bloc 5 United States of America Bribie Island/Bribie Island State High School

Note that documents identified in the left hand side menu with '2018' in their title relate to last years event.  These will be updated closer to the event.  


MUNA, the Model United Nations Assembly, is based on a continuing successful project, originally organised by the Rotary Club of Forbes, NSW, which has now been adopted by Rotary Districts and is enthusiastically supported by the United Nations.  Many Rotary Districts run their own MUNA event each year.  National MUNA brings together winners of District MUNA events and some other teams to debate United Nations related issues in the National Capital.

Each participating team is sponsored by a Rotary Club or District.  Teams are made up of two or three Year 11 or 12 students, with each team representing a nation at a simulated Model United Nations Assembly. Teams debate topics of international concern such as world peace, environmental issues and human rights over two days at the Museum of Australian Democracy (old Parliament House).

Before attending, students will have familiarised themselves with the nation they represent by studying its history, politics, economics, people, geography, international alignment and real life stance on world affairs. Where the nation selected by a team has an Embassy or High Commission in Canberra, teams are encouraged to make contact with them to request a visit, or alternatively to seek information on the country's position relevant to the issues relating to MUNA topics. A number of Embassies and High Commissions look forward to assisting the students and we encourage teams to make contact with their selected nation's Embassy, High Commission or Consulate. 

BENEFITS: - The students develop an awareness of the working of the United Nations and of the country that they are representing. They have an opportunity to practice and develop their public speaking and debating skills, and gain a better understanding of the international positions of other countries.