„It's the Final Countdown -
The World Needs a Change“

(topic for the conference MUNelly 2022)

Welcome to this year’s conference!


Dear Delegates,


It is a pleasure for us to introduce you to MUNelly 2022 and to officially invite students from your school to take part in our unique conference. Here your students will assume the role of ambassadors and UN representatives to discuss global problems and join our completely realistic simulations to gain insight into the workings of the United Nations. Your students will not only acquire leadership, persuasion and negotiation skills, but they will also be given the opportunity to improve their ability of critical analysis, public speaking and especially build new, international friendships.

The Nelly-Sachs-Gymnasium Neuss has been involved in Model United Nations simulations for 11 years now and we work together with our partner school, the Scala College in Alphen (Netherlands). MUNelly is a relatively small conference giving students who are not familiar with debating issues a chance to do so and giving experienced students the chance to develop their skills. T

his year’s MUNelly conference is held on 3rd February 2022 and will take place again this year at our school.

As MUNelly takes place in February, we kindly ask you to register ASAP, giving the number of delegates and details if they are experienced. Please register now, but the latest before 27th January 2022. For any further information, please do not hesitate to contact us. We look forward to “meeting” you in February!


Best regards,


Freya Middendorf and Ruben Brandon (Secretariat)

This year's conference is sponsored by


and will take place in our school

MUNelly Conference

What is MUN?

"Model United Nations is an authentic simulation of the UN General Assembly, UN Security Council, or other multilateral body, which catapults students into the world of diplomacy and negotiation. In Model UN, students step into the shoes of ambassadors of UN member states, from Afghanistan to Zimbabwe to debate current issues on the Organization's vast agenda.

The students, better known as "delegates" in Model UN, prepare draft resolutions, plot strategy, negotiate with supporters and adversaries, resolve conflicts, and navigate the UN's rules of procedure-all in the interest of mobilizing "international cooperation" to resolve problems that affect almost every country on Earth." 


Frau Gönensay
Frau Gönensay
Frau Kapp
Frau Kapp


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Our Meetings

If you would like to become part of our team, just contact us or add yourself to the list on the blue partition wall (first floor).

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