Thursday, March 17 – Friday, March 18, 2016

WHSMUN is a two-day conference offering high school students a rewarding and challenging opportunity to learn about foreign policy and gain experience in the skills of international diplomacy through simulations of issues being discussed at the United Nations.

If you are experienced or have never participated in Model UN before, there is a place for you at WHSMUN!

Registration has reached capacity and is now closed. The Invitation Letter and WHSMUN 2016 Country Matrix were used to assist in completing the Registration Form.

General Conference Information

Anticipated Agenda for Conference March 17-18th, 2016

General Assembly Background Guides and Position Papers

Background guides for the General Assembly Main Committees are meant to introduce delegates to the issues being addressed in each of the main committees at WHSMUN 2016.  Guides are introductory in nature and are not comprehensive of all of the complexities and nuances of the issue.  They are written to set the stage for the issue and should be used as a means to begin a delegate’s research for writing their position paper and preparing for meaningful debate and resolution writing at WHSMUN. In order to be considered for awards, position papers must be uploaded by the deadline. DEADLINE for Position Papers Extended to Thursday, March 10th, 2016.   

Position Paper Resources and Useful Tools: 

General Assembly Background Guides:

First Main Committee: Disarmament and International Security

Third Main Committee: Social, Humanitarian and Cultural

Fourth Main Committee: Special Political and Decolonization

Sixth Main Committee: Legal

Special Council Guides: 

Resolution Writing Resources:

Parliamentary Procedure Resources:

If you are interested in the conference or have questions, please contact WHSMUN Coordinator, Dina Wolf, at or WHSMUN 2016 Secretary-General, Gillian Locke, at