All LahnMUN delegates are expected to comply with the following Conference Policies to ensure a civil and respectful work environment throughout the conference similar to that of diplomatic course at the United Nations.
Formal Dresscode During the official part of the simulation all delegates are required to wear western business attire. Ladies can choose between suit or skirt; male delegates are expected to wear a suit and a tie. The social events are exempted from this regulation.
Stay in character During the conference delegates are expected to remain in character and represent the interests and policies of the country they are representing.
Courtesy All delegates of LahnMUN shall treat other delegates and members of the Secretariat with the highest level of courtesy and respect. Furthermore, they must behave professionally in their speeches, actions and appearance during the conference and display respect to the opinions and ideas of other delegates.
Language A proper diplomatic language and form of address is required. Delegates should be aware of the fact that English is the official language to be communicated. Thus, all documents and communications between representatives and the chairs should be conducted only in English.
Pre-writing Working Papers Pre-written working papers and resolutions are not permitted in any form at LahnMUN conference. In the following section you can find useful resources for your preparations. Check the download links below.
The Delegate's Handbook contains relevant information on dress code as well as the rules of procedure. It will be handed to you in printed form at the beginning of the conference. Rules of Procedure LahnMUN 2016