What MainMUN offers to you...

  • 8 different committees with various experience levels
  • simulation of 7 press agencies from around the world
  • opportunity to represent one of 6 NGOs
  • interconnectivity through all committees, NGOs and press agencies
  • one widespread crisis simulation in all 8 committees
  • the chance to represent one country in multiple committees as a delegation
  • each evening will offer a different social event to connect with your fellow delegates on a casual basis
  • during sessions are beverages, snacks, lunches and dinners included in your delegate’s fee



Executive Council of the African Union

Stabilizing and Improving Conditions in Failed States


Council of the European Union

Combatting International Terrorism – Enhancing Measures against Terrorist Attacks


Security Council

Security Implications of Climate Change and Climate Migration


World Bank

Financing Climate Change Mitigation and Adaptation


General Assembly

Achieving Food Security and Promoting Sustainable Agriculture


Human Rights Council

The Human Rights Situation of Refugees and Stateless Persons


United Nations Environment Programme

Water Scarcity – Developing Long-Term and Short-Term Mechanisms to Prevent and React on Water Shortage Crises


World Health Organisation

Reducing Risks and Containing the Spread of Diseases during Natural Disasters


Press Agencies

  • The New York Times (USA)
  • Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung (Germany)
  • Le Figaro (France)
  • Al-Jazeera (Qatar/pan-Arabian)
  • The Star (South Africa)
  • Xinhua (China)
  • Russia Today (Russia)


  • Greenpeace
  • Amnesty International
  • Doctors Without Borders
  • The World Nuclear Association (WNA)
  • The European Federation of Pharmaceutical Industries and Associations (EFPIA)
  • The European Organization for Security (EOS)


  • Kaya Detschlag

    „Diplomacy is the art of letting somebody else have your way“ Age: 26 Course of Studies: Law and Japanology Interests: Traveling, Chocolate, Wine …

    Kaya Detschlag
    Secretary General
  • Ann Katrin Korb

    „Diplomacy is the art of telling someone to go to hell in such a way that they actually look forward to the trip.“ …

    Ann Katrin Korb
    Secretary General
  • Sascha Lucas

    „I’m getting ready to do something, too. I co-run MainMUN“ Age: 24 Course of Studies: Sociology/Political Science Interests: The Internet, Cooking Fun Fact: …

    Sascha Lucas
    Secretary General
  • Sebastian Troch

    To be announced

    Sebastian Troch
    Faculty Advisor

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All delegates receive their allocation via email as soon as we receive their delegates fee into our account and they fulfill the requirement of being at least 16 years old on the first day of the conference.

In case you did not receive an email from us confirming your application, please make sure to check your spam folder. Even if you did not receive the automated message, you can still participate.

Yes, you may still participate. If you already transferred the money to our bank account, it will take up to 3 weeks for the university to confirm your payment to us. Only after this can we affirm your participation at MainMUN and your payment to you.

No, travel expenses to, from and during the conference are not included in the fee.

No, accommodation is not included in the participant’s fee. You can check out our page “Accommodation” for recommendations for hostels/hotels.

Since MainMUN is a MUN for everyone, from beginner to expert, we decided to wait to send out assignments until after our first registration period ends in December. One way to make sure you will receive your assignment right after that period is to pay your participation fee right after you register, since it takes a while until we receive a confirmation from the university about your payment.

This depends on your committee and your chairs. Your Chairs will contact you after you receive your country and committee assignments and they will let you know the details. Beginners usually do not need to write Position Papers but we advise them to do so, since they prove to be a good way to prepare yourself for the conference.

We try out best to give everyone at least one of their three choices, however, with the number of delegates we have at our conference, this is not as easy as it seems. The country assignments are distributed on criteria in the following order: choice of committee/country, experience, letter of motivation and diversity. This process will happen to all three of your choices until we assign you. Depending on the committees and countries you pick, it may be possible that we will not be able to provide you with any of your choices because they may be very popular or you might not have the necessary experience for that committee, that is what the country/committee preference in our applications is for. If you choose committee, we will at least try to put you in your favorite committee and if you choose country, we will try the same for your favorite countries. In case you do not like your assignment, we would like you to keep an open mind about it. It is often the countries that do not pop into mind right away, that prove to be the most of fun. If you are really upset about your assignment, you can contact us at and we will do our best to make you happy.

No, we do not have awards at our conference. We discuss this topic every year in our team and so far, every year we have decided against awards. The reason is simple: MUNs are supposed to be a fun way to learn more about politics and diplomacy while meeting new people from all over the world. We, the team of MainMUN, think that awards often turn the conference into a competition, and we oppose that idea.

Yes, every delegate, NGO member and journalist will receive a certificate for participating if they attend the majority of sessions.

Yes, of course you can still participate. If you already know that you will miss some session, please let us know (either in your application or send us an email) so we can plan ahead.

No, unfortunately transferring the money into account is the only way to pay your fee.

Yes, you can sign up as a delegation for MainMUN. Just state the name of your delegation in the corresponding field of your application. The head delegate or faculty should check the matching box upon registering.

Signing up as a delegation requires a head delegate or a faculty advisor. These are responsible for the members of their delegation and their registration. Due to the high numbers of delegates we cannot check if your delegation has signed up completely. The same goes for the registration fee.

Yes, this is possible, just state the name of your delegation in the “reason of payment” field on your transfer.

All participants are required to dress in “Western Business Attire” during the day. It is advised to wear comfortable shoes as a journalist. The socializing events have their own dress codes. These can be found in the description of the events.

At MainMUN we try to satisfy everyone’s hunger. We usually offer two meal choices, an omnivore and a vegan option. If you have any special dietary restrictions, please fill out the corresponding field upon application and we will try our best, to find something for you.

Yes, you may still be a part of the conference as soon as we receive your payment. Depending on the time of your payment it can happen that you might miss the first/second/third round of allocations, so your preferred country/committees might be gone already when we try to assign you, but you are still able to participate.


Contact us

If you have any queries about MainMUN, please do not hesitate to contact us.

Goethe University – Campus Westend
Theodor W. Adorno Platz 1
60323 Frankfurt
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MainMUN 2018 | 08. - 11. February