Model United Nations Award
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MUNA or the Model United Nations Award is a weekend program for students in the upper years of secondary school. 
This international youth program simulates the workings of the United Nations Assembly by having two senior students
from a number of schools represent a particular UN country. The students debate on matters of world political and social concern.

The assembly aims to build goodwill, world peace and understanding through the experience of tackling issues from the viewpoint of the team’s ‘adopted’ country, even where this may be completely contrary to their own views. Students use research, debating and public speaking skills to address a wide range of contemporary and world-focussed issues. The program extends over a weekend and it is chaired and judged by Rotarians. MUNA is held in May each year.