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MMUN Student Working Session – “Student Mental Health”

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MMUN Student Working Session – “Student Mental Health”

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A Live 3.5 hour working session where students will learn about MMUN’s new negotiation procedures while addressing Student Mental Health. Delegates will represent their personal perspectives and opinions on Student Mental Health.

In an effort to keep the committee sessions formal, we are asking students to use an imaginary NGO or non-profit organization rather than their own name during the session. They will be called upon by that name (just as during a conference they would be addressed by their country name). Identifying a student as an imaginary organization is a simple way to support the formality of the committee procedures, rather than addressing students by their own names which can be less formal and distract from the process. Students are able to create any name for their organization, but preferably one that expresses their position on the topic. Some examples of names are Student Health First, Youth in Media, or Hands Across the World.

An NGO or non-governmental organization (NGO) is a non-profit entity that functions independently of any government. NGOs, sometimes called civil societies, are organized on the community, national or international levels to serve a social or political goal such as humanitarian or environmental issues.

Students must have an organizational name prepared in advance of the meeting.

MMUN will be sending out materials for the working sessions as soon as we receive your registration, but no zoom link will be sent at that time. The Zoom links will be sent out 24 hours before the session, to ensure that we can place everyone into appropriate groupings. Please do not worry if you have not received the Zoom link when you receive the other materials. We will ensure that everyone receives the link the day prior to the meet-up.

MMUN recommends that each student uses their own computer to participate in the working session. Students may share a computer if necessary, but in this case, they will need to represent only one NGO and work together throughout the session.

Please note that only students who have been registered for one of the MMUN 2021 Online Conferences can join us and follow the Working Session.

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