The application process for the IV. Prague Model United Nations Conference has started. The Conference will take place in the period between February 8. – 12. 2015 at the University of Economics, Prague. Do not miss your chance and apply for the position of Delegate.Read More
We would like to invite everyone to our MUN Prague Society, a series of workshops, simulations and lectures designed for anybody interested in foreign affairs, negotiation and current international topics.
On 17th March 2014 MUN Prague will have the pleasure of meeting Mrs. Eliska Hasek Coolidge, the former special assistant to five American presidents, from the time of John Fitzgerald Kennedy to Ronald Reagan.
The lecture will take place at the University of Economics, RB 101 from 7.30pm.
Mrs. Eliska launched her career in 1959 by enrolling in the prestigious Georgetown University School of Foreign Service. Upon graduation cum laude she joined the White House Staff as a Staff Assistant on the Speechwriter´s Staff and subsequently created the Office of Presidential Messages of which she served for 18 years as Director and Special Assistant to the President. In the Reagan-Bush Administration she served for nine years in the U.S...Read More
Our appreciation goes to all the delegates, chairs, organizers, advisers, volunteers and sympathizers who again helped us to create a platform for international exchange of ideas. We hope you’ll remember this year’s conference for a long time to come and if we meet in 2015 again, even better.Read More
Based on the last-minute chair application and committee proposals, we have decided to reopen the Historical Security Council for the upcoming PragueMUN Conference.
Stay tuned for updates in regards to topics and moderators in the committees section!Read More
On Saturday, November 30, the application process for the III. Prague Model United Nations Conference has ended. Thank you to everyone who has applied. You will receive your application results in a matter of days.
If you have questions regarding your application contact us at email@example.com. We are looking forward to see you in Prague.Read More
It is our pleasure to announce that the official date of the conference has been formalised. The conference will take place from Feb 16 till Feb 20, 2014 as previously advertised.
It will be a pleasure to meet all of you here in Prague!
On April 10th, 2013 MUN Prague had the pleasure of meeting with Jakub Hladík, the former Head of Diplomatic Protocol at the Presidential Office of Václav Havel. The lecture has been organized in cooperation with one of our supporters; the Czech United Nations Association (CzechUNA). Mr. Hladík got us acquainted with some of the basics of protocol guidelines and etiquette used during important conferences and meetings of key diplomats, political representatives and heads of states. He also revealed a few behind the scenes stories that he has experienced during events such as the IMF Conference of 2000 and the NATO Summit in 2002, both of which were held in Prague...Read More
MUN Prague is an educational organization involved with international relations and diplomacy, however as it is based at the University of Economics, it is our objective to combine these subjects with management and economics in order to relate more closely to all students. For our third guest speaker lecture we had the privilege of meeting with a former Czechoslovak UN official and managerial coach Vladimír Tuka. With over 4 years of service at the United Nations Office at Geneva and 20 years in corporate management, Mr. Tuka has a broad experience to pass on to students of international relations and economics, which he demonstrated during his talk.
When trying to improve the productivity of a decision-making team the difference between the public and private sector is mi...Read More
Facing the need for key legislature in the areas of civil service and economic recovery, the Czech public debate focuses on possible changes of the local political system in order to achieve stability. Member of the Czech Council of Economic Advisers (NERV) and financial economist Pavel Kohout, presented his new book discussing the possible reform of the Czech constitution at another MUN Prague lecture. The aim of the reform would be to achieve better governance in the areas of fiscal sustainability and direct responsibility of elected representatives to their voters. During his speech, Mr. Kohout explained the principles of the adjustments to the constitution are derived from the constitution of the United States.
Pavel Kohout mentioned that he too has participated in a simul...Read More