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Be a Part of It: New York, New York!

NMUN recognizes the uncertainty caused by COVID-19. To accommodate delegations who are under travel bans or are concerned about social distancing issues, we plan to run a hybrid conference for NMUN•NY 2021. You can choose to either meet in-person at the NY Hilton Midtown Hotel or attend virtually on your computer. Since many campuses have yet to announce their Spring travel policies and budgets, we have moved the country assignment priority deadline to 22 November.

Join thousands of university students, more than half from outside the United States, to discuss current global issues in a real world context. NMUN•NY offers 22 simulated UN committees and uses procedural rules developed with UNITAR. Outside conference sessions, delegates from more than 126 UN Member States can take advantage of opportunities at Permanent Missions to the UN, the United Nations itself, as well as world class museums, architecture, shows, restaurants, and shopping. Conference features include interactions with Secretariat members and sessions held at UN Headquarters (started in 1952). Watch a video of the conference in action or view these photos from our previous conferences!

Volunteer Leadership

Alfred 'Alfie' Jones
Alfred 'Alfie' Jones
Secretary-General, Conference A
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Alfie is originally from the UK, and has been living in Berlin, Germany since 2013. He studied Modern History & Politics as an undergraduate at Royal Holloway, University of London, before completing an MA in History at the University of Bristol. He now works as a Product Owner at FromAtoB, a travel technology firm. Alfie joined NMUN volunteer staff in 2012.
Marleen Schreier
Marleen Schreier
Deputy Secretary-General, Conference A
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Marleen currently works as a Senior Livelihoods Officer at the International Rescue Committee, where she manages employment, financial inclusion, and integration initiatives for refugees and asylum seekers in Germany. She previously worked for the Tent Partnership for Refugees, Doctors without Borders and the United Nations System Staff College as research fellow. She holds a Master of International Affairs from Columbia University and a Master of Public Policy from the Hertie School of Governance. She joined the NMUN•NY volunteer staff in 2014 and served as DSG of NMUN•Germany 2019.

Clarissa Manning
Clarissa Manning
Secretary-General, Conference B
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Clarissa is originally from Apple Valley, California where she attended Victor Valley College and participated as a delegate at NMUN•NY for two years. She then transferred to UCLA where she studied political science and public policy, earning her BA in Political Science and her Master’s in Public Policy. She now co-operates BOTEC Analysis, a consulting firm providing policy analysis and implementation advisory services. Clarissa joined the NMUN•NY volunteer staff in 2011.

Stéphanie Toschi
Stéphanie Toschi
Deputy Secretary-General, Conference B
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Stéphanie, originally from Luxembourg, holds a BA in political science from the University of Bonn, an MA in international relations from Université Libre de Bruxelles, and an Advanced MA in EU Diplomacy from the College of Europe, Bruges Campus. She recently joined the Luxembourgish Foreign Service as a desk officer in the Political Affairs Directorate. She has been on NMUN•NY Volunteer Staff since 2015.

Program Partner and Membership

We are grateful for the support of these organizations. NMUN is a member of UNAI.

United States Mission to the United Nations
UN Academic Impact