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mun.

1. municipal.
2. municipality.
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The MUN is an academic simulation of the United Nations where students play the role of delegates from different countries and attempt to solve real world issues with the policies and perspectives of their assigned country.
Mohammad Aslam Uqaili said that three days MUN would provide opportunity for participating students to make themselves aware of the growing issues of the world like economic instability, environmental threats, water, energy and regional conflicts.
Among the issues highlighted by students contributing to the MUN Impact initiative were: the Hope for Education and Leadership in Afghanistan, the Salam Centre for Peace, and Online Model United Nations.
Snow became part of the MUN research community serendipitously.
MUN didn't just improve my public speaking skills and hone my interest in politics.
in future," said Syed Sarfraz Ali while Siraj Khilji invited KU MUN organisers to visit SSUET and make collaborative efforts in opening MUN SSUET Chapter.
The size of the MUn conferences is flexible, but the size of the MUN conferences could not be as big as the real UN conferences.
She also became an activist in her MUN union and continuously pushed for militancy around the issues of the day.
But being at the Harvard MUN in Boston - considered the most prominent - was
The six-member delegation headed by Bahrain Universities Model United Nations (BUMUN) founder and adviser Doris Martin will participate in the National MUN in New York.
The three-day conference, which took place from October 7 to 9 in Ramallah, was Palestine's very first Model United Nations conference (PalMUN) organised by the present board members of the MUN club at the Friends School in Ramallah.
The Mine Workers Union's Rossing branch committee served the mining company with a notice to strike on 20 September after a meeting that was held between management--at which the MUN and the Labour Commissioner appointed a Conciliator to intermediate on the rules of engagement during a strike or lock out as provided for in the Labour Act.