It is not only a chance for all students to educate and inform themselves about various global issues, but also a platform to induce skills (such as public-speaking, analytical writing). DUMUN has been known for its innovation. It has continued to emphasise on quality of deliberations and importance of professional conduct. Since its inception in 2010, the conference has seen participation of over 1600 students, including an International presentation at WEMUN Expo China, and in its fifth edition it promises to get better. The conference will be simulating the UN General Assembly, UN Human Rights Council, UN Security Council and Citizens’ Dialogue apart from an International Press.
The second round of delegate applications for DUMUN 2015 is now open on a rolling basis after an overwhelming first round. The applications will be processed continuously and countries allotted simultaneously.