SLN-Model United Nations (SLN-MUN) programmes engage students in current world affairs.
SLN-MUN is a unique model of learning that brings together students from different schools and colleges to form a cohesive group in order to work successfully and effectively as a team.
The programme is a starting point for students in their understanding of why people or countries are in conflict and how the international community is responding. Most importantly, it encourages young people to make a difference as citizens of their local as well as international communities.
SLN-MUN was originally established in 2008, in Bradford, and is rapidly gaining recognition across the country.
The overall aim of SLN-MUN programmes is to engage students – from year 9 to 13 – in current world affairs while providing them with the opportunity to explore the four key questions: ‘Who am I? Who are we? Where do we live? How do we all live together?’ – which form the basis of all SLN teaching.
SLN offers bespoke training and consultancy to schools, colleges, educational institutions and local authorities who are interested in working with young people and staff to equip them with the skills and confidence to develop models of dialogue and social action.
For further information please contact Lee Scholtz on email email@example.com
SLN-MUN team would like to wish everyone a happy International Women’s Day 2013! Please see the links below for messages from the United Nations.