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7th DSTMUN Invitation

Dear students, teachers, parents and visitors,


It is our great pleasure to hereby invite you and your students to the 7th annual session of the Deutsche Schule Thessaloniki Model United Nations conference that will take place on November 22th-24th, 2024, on the premises of the German School of Thessaloniki.


DSTMUN is a three-day-long simulation of the proceedings of the United Nations that provides junior high school and high school students (grades 8 to 12) with the opportunity to improve their English and debating skills while discussing global issues on an international level.


The conference will consist of four General Assembly Committees (Disarmament and International Security Committee; Economic and Financial Committee; Social, Humanitarian and Cultural Committee; Special Political and Decolonisation Committee), as well as seven specialized committees (Security Council; Council of the European Union; International Atomic Energy Agency; International Court of Justice; Human Rights Council; Youth Delegate Forum; North Atlantic Council). Depending on the committee they take part in, delegates will do research on their topic, draft resolutions and policy statements on various issues and learn to follow the rules as well as formal ways set by the United Nations.


We eagerly await engaging discussions aimed at addressing the urgent challenges posed by our conference’s topic: “Promoting Peace: Working towards the De-escalation of International Conflicts”. Our aim is to foster dialogue that generates innovative solutions to global conflicts, ultimately promoting a more peaceful world for future generations. Join us as we embark on a journey of diplomacy, dialogue and decisive action, shaping a world where peace and cooperation thrive.


Being a conference made by students for students, DSTMUN proves that youth is indeed capable of achieving important tasks, which is exactly what delegates will be called upon to do during the three days of our conference.


The members of the Security Council (SC) navigate the complex web of international relations, seeking to mediate the Saudi-Iranian Proxy War's repercussions on Yemen, unravel the intricate Kashmir Dispute, and stem the tide of gang violence in Haiti.


Regarding the Council of the European Union (EU), participants will engage in diplomatic discourse and policy crafting, pooling efforts to combat cross-border crime, recalibrate data protection laws in upcoming the era of Artificial Intelligence, and safeguard migrant welfare in the Mediterranean's turbulent waters.


Furthermore, delegates of the Social, Humanitarian and Cultural Committee (GA3) will delve deep into the human aspect of global challenges, championing human rights in Southeast Asia, advocating for worker syndicates amidst socio-economic shifts, and last but not least strategizing resilience against the growing threat of climate-induced crises in vulnerable communities.


The Organizing Team of DSTMUN is working tirelessly to ensure that all committees will provide their delegates with interesting and constructive debates and hopes to see many of you in person at the conference in November.


You can register here on our website, through the Registration page. On here you here, you can also find all relevant information about the deadlines, fees, agenda, etc.

*Keep in mind that Student Officer Applications are open until June 2nd.

For further information, do not hesitate to contact us.


We thank you for your interest in our conference!

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