Dear friends and colleagues,
It is our pleasure to invite you to our upcoming 2019 events: the HolylandMUN Conference in Acre in August, the OxfordMUN Conference in Singapore in October, and the OxfordMUN Conference in Shanghai in December!
After five years of organising workshops in Oxford and other events in China and India, Oxford
Global now co-hosts several international conferences and a summit for young leaders. We hope to provide an ever-growing platform for the exchange of geopolitical, socioeconomic, and cultural ideas. Our events aim to foster intellectual development and collaboration, while we learn from each other and benefit from the presence of diverse backgrounds and paradigms.
HolylandMUN will take place 4–8 August 2019, in the city of Acre right on the Mediterranean coast. We’re running a training program on the first day of the conference, and then supporting HolylandMUN’s committees during the remaining four days. There may even be some time to visit the beach. Find out more here! In its inaugural year, OxfordMUN Singapore aims to bridge the physical gap between nations, delegates, and all participants alike, creating a truly international forum that embodies a sense of global community, collaboration, and social responsibility. It will take place 9–11 October 2019. Its cosmopolitan fabric and rapid strides in advanced infrastructure have all made Singapore one of the most sought after destinations to live, work, and play. Today, it attracts over 10 million visitors every year which is twice as much as its own resident population. Find out more here! Last but not least, we’re proud to say that OxfordMUN Shanghai is now in its 5th year. As the financial hub of China, Shanghai has thousands of years of history and is serving a pivotal global role, which will inspire and inform the debates that will take place at our conference there in December (9th/10th week Michaelmas, TBC). Find out more on the next page!
In parallel with these international projects, Oxford Global organises its own MUN conference in Oxford every November. This year’s conference will take place 15–17 November. We have over 750 attendees from across the globe come together for three days of rigorous debate and discussion. There are few better places than Oxford, whence numerous generations have gone forth and shaped the world, to deliberate resolutions to the most pressing issues of today. After all, these discussions are likely happening with tomorrow’s leaders.
Should you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We look forward to seeing you in Acre, Singapore, or Shanghai.
Oxford Global Committee