HamMUN 2015 built intercultural bridges

The Secretary Generals Malte Westphal, Hannah Schmitt and Hong Mai Dang with the guestspeakers Dr. Wolfgang Müller (co-founder of HamMUN), Prof. Marcus Kotzur (professor for European and international law at Hamburg University), Sarah Rödiger and Maureen Macoun (representatives of Amnesty International Hamburg)

This past weekend our association hosted Germany’s biggest international MUN conference. More than 600 participants came from all over the world to simulate a wide variety of international councils, to meet like-minded people from many different cultural backgrounds, to discuss politics, to make new friends, … – in short: to participate in HamMUN 2015.

Insight into what was discussed during the conference was provided by the HamMUN Conference Press Team and was published on in the HamMUN News Center

13 HanseMUN members also participated as delegates. Congratulations go to Jin Fuhrken who won the distinguished delegate award representing New Zealand in the DISEC.

Many thanks go to the entire staff team!
Without you this conference never would have become such an enriching experience for so many!

Part of the Staff Team at Friday night's Black Light party
Part of the Staff Team at Friday night’s Black Light party

Very special thanks go to the Secretary Generals Hannah Schmitt, Hong Mai Dang and Malte Westphal. Your commitment, your dedicated work, all the time and energy you spent for this conference to happen are innumerable. Thank you!

We are already looking forward to HamMUN 2016.

Delegates at HamMUN’s opening ceremony