SR OMUN Resolution Template – Please use this template to submit your RESOLUTION for SR OMUN.
JR OMUN Resolution Template – Please use this template to submit your RESOLUTION for JR OMUN.
OMUN Resolution Composition Evaluation – This rubric is used to evaluate resolutions on COMPOSITION before presentation in Council Sessions.
OMUN Resolution Presentation Evaluation – This evaluation is used by the Council President and Vice-President to evaluate the PRESENTATION of the resolution in the Council Session.
NOTE: The COMPOSITON Evaluation and the PRESENTATION Evaluation are averaged together to determine which RESOLUTIONS are presented in the General Assembly or the Human Rights Council.
2013 OMUN Video Experience by Wyoming High School. Click HERE: http://youtu.be/LzyHc-onlw0
OMUN State Officer Election Information & Responsibilities – Click HERE
OMUN State Officer APPLICATION – Click HERE
2016 SUMMER LEADERSHIP CAMP INFORMATION (all JR. OMUN and SR. OMUN state officers MUST attend the high school camp on June 11-13, 2016 at Ohio Dominican University in Columbus) – CLICK HERE for a printable camp registration or register online at this website. Please NOTE: There are absolutely NO exceptions for attendance at this leadership training camp in order to serve as a state OMUN officer.
Sr. Ohio Model United Nations
Session ONE – November 29-December 1, 2015
Session TWO – December 6-8, 2015
Jr. Ohio Model United Nations
March 13-15, 2016
OMUN Code of Conduct. Complete compliance of the OMUN Code of Conduct is expected of each OMUN delegate. Please make sure you and each member of your team/nation are familiar with the entire Code of Conduct.
TO LEARN MORE ABOUT THE NATIONS AND TO BEGIN YOUR RESEARCH – GO TO THIS SITE: CLICK HERE.
Selecting a nation for Sr. OMUN 2015 or Jr. OMUN 2016 – In order to SELECT a nation to represent at OMUN – Click HERE.
OMUN is held at the Hyatt Regency Hotel – For driving directions and maps — CLICK HERE
CONDUCTING RESEARCH As soon as you select your nation for OMUN, the research phase begins. Check with your teacher to select a nation on the Member Nation List and then begin your research. These web sites contain valuable information about nations and global issues:
United Nations Official Web Site: www.un.org
World Fact Book: www.odci.gov/cia/publications/factbook/index/html
Global Issues: www.globalissues.org
WORLD MAPS: http://www.lib.utexas.edu/maps/