We understand that many delegates are attracted to our conference due to the draw of visiting Cambridge but realised last year that many delegates were not really given this opportunity due to the very full conference schedule. This year then, we have decided to finish the Saturday sessions earlier in order to provide delegates with … Continue reading Discover Cambridge: The Fitzwilliam Museum
Applications for our 2019 conference closed on the 10th of January and CamMUN has proved itself to be more popular than ever with all spaces being filled even faster than last year! We're looking forward to seeing all our delegations in March and study guides will be posted in the coming weeks to help with … Continue reading 2019 Applications are now closed!
Registration has now opened for CamMUN2019 over on the MyMUN Our 2019 conference will be accepting delegations from all across the UK, Europe and further afield so please apply as early as possible to avoid disappointment! You must apply as a delegation and all delegates must be attending high school at the time of the … Continue reading Registration now open for CamMUN2019!
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The Official CamMUN2019 Chair and Deputy Chair List is now here! All chairs at this year's conference are students at the Stephen Perse Foundation and look forward to welcoming delegates to their city! Human Rights Emma Steele and Shona Papillon Political Catherine Howells and Eva Hassan Disarmament Amelia Oberholzer and Sharon Wu Economic and Social … Continue reading Chairs and Deputy Chairs List
We're excited to announce that registration for CamMUN 2019 will open end of October. The registration is not first come, first served, so we welcome registration whenever you're ready and as soon as we are ready to receive you! We will start accepting delegates in late October, the date has not been finalised yet but check … Continue reading Delegate Registration will open soon!
Jocelyn Bell Burnell. Esther Lederberg. Chien-Shiung Wu. Lise Meitner. Nettie Stevens. Ida Tacke. Henrietta Leavitt. Vera Rubin. Cecilia Payne. And famously Rosalind Franklin. You might not have heard of these names before, and that in itself is a problem. All of the women listed above should have been credited for their groundbreaking work, but instead … Continue reading Women in Science: Generations of Discrimination
Open any history textbook and you are bound to find at least one chapter dedicated to the abolition of slavery in America. We are taught from early on that slavery is a relict of the past and that, at least in America, it ended with the ratification of the Thirteenth Amendment to the Constitution in … Continue reading The Price of Freedom: Young Girls in Cambodia
Today we take for granted relatively fast shipping from around the world without considering not only the journey of the item itself, but also the story of the infrastructure required to facilitate that fast delivery. The world has been shaped by canals, quite literally! Numerous canals have been built to facilitate more efficient trading routes, … Continue reading Whatever floats your boat!