These policies are now updated to reflect our move to a virtual conference
Delegates may request up to a 100% refund for cancellations until May 31. Delegates may request up to a 50% refund for cancellations between June 1 and June 30. Cancellations following June 30 are non-refundable.
Any fees not refunded will be donated entirely to the World Food Programme to aid victims of the crises plaguing the Sahel region in Africa. Click here to learn about the current state of the Sahel region.
While Model UN is not a competition, at H-MUN, we like to award those that demonstrate exemplary behavior both outside of and during the conference.
Awards are determined based on an assessment in 4 different areas: Accuracy of Policy, Collaboration, Rhetorical (Speaking) Skill, and Substantive Development. For more information on the awards and the areas of assessment, please visit the Delegate Guide.
Laptops (or any other device with similar capabilities) are required for participation in H-MUN. Delegates are expected to have their web cameras on for the duration of the conference unless given permission by a staff member or in an emergency.
Technology is an integral part of the H-MUN experience, especially this year, as all conference sessions will take place virtually, including resolution writing, caucuses, etc. Delegates will need access to Zoom, Google Docs (Google account needed), and email.
Phones should be kept away for the majority of the conference, and only used when absolutely necessary. As a reminder, the use of social media is prohibited during the conference as stipulated in the H-MUN Code of Conduct.
Delegates are expected to dress professionally.
At the minimum, business casual attire is required (button-up shirt, slacks, khakis, blouse, skirts, etc). Western Business Attire is encouraged when possible.
Casual attire (track suit, joggers, jeans, t-shirts, sweatshirts, tank tops, etc.) is prohibited.
For full dress code policy, please visit the Delegate Guide.