MUNA (Model United Nations Assembly)

The United Nations Association created MUNA to enable young people to simulate the workings of the United Nations Assembly.  Teams of year 11 students represent a UN country in debates on matters of world political and social concern.  MUNA builds bridges of goodwill for world peace and understanding in the minds of our youth and encourages dialogue between young people to assist in ensuring the future of our planet.

The UN Assembly chamber is recreated replete with country nameplates and flags while students are encouraged to wear the national costume of the country that they represent.  The assembly is chaired by the Secretary General and judged by Rotarians.  Prizes are awarded in categories such as the best overall and best national costume.  The first and second placed teams go on to represent District 9750 at National Muna in old Parliament house Canberra.

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Model United Nations Assembly (MUNA) 

On Saturday 12th May, 24 teams of secondary school students in District 9750 assembled at the Nan Tien Temple in Wollongong to debate important resolutions in a United Nations environment

Camden High School was sponsored by the Rotary Club of Camden and represented Sri Lanka. The team comprised Casey Allen, Danielle Halabi and Kayley Dowman. They were dressed in saris by Marni Rajah, widow of the late Rotarian Sats Rajah.