Founded in 1985, the North American Model United Nations (NAMUN) is an annual Model United Nations simulation hosted at the University of Toronto in Canada. It is Canada's oldest university-level Model United Nations Conference, and attracts delegates from around the world to Toronto every February.
"NAMUN provides the camaraderie and attention of a small conference with the excitement and competition of a larger one. There's something for everyone."
Head Delegate, Brown University
"As someone who was relatively new to the world of Model United Nations, NAMUN offered a comprehensive and exciting experience for both me and my delegation."
Delegate, University of Guelph
"I HAD A GREAT TIME AT NAMUN! THE CONFERENCE WAS EXCEPTIONALLY WELL ORGANIZED AND THE STAFFERS DID A GOOD JOB OF REACTING TO OUR DISCUSSIONS AND ADDRESSING OUR CONCERNS. I MET AND DEBATED WITH STUDENTS FROM ALL OVER NORTH AMERICAN AND BEYOND"
Delegate, University of Massachusetts Amherst