A quite bold title, I agree with what you are thinking and to answer your next question, no I am not paid to write this article. Here is some context though on both the team and my relationship with them.
It’s a primarily German-based MUN training organization with regional reach to central Europe until today at least. Its focus is to carefully select and prepare you for any conference they are sending a delegation to whether this is national, regional or international. What sets them apart from the general crowd of many MUN training societies, UNAs and even mun training camps is their dedication and impeccable method.
In further details, they will carefully examine every single aspect before accepting you on board in any position, from delegate to team manager. It is their creative discipline and tremendous research that makes them shine and definitely makes you curious to meet them. Their constant professionalism and motherly protection to everyone involved in any of their activities offers you an entire perspective to simulations and renews your passion for the activity! They are flawless, constantly evolving and always welcoming feedback.
Their agenda of activities is an intensive but effective personal growth programme. I personally, had the immense pleasure of being a grow zone which is an online forum tailored to the most productive discussions one could ever have online. I am not saying that a forum changed my MUN perspective, but it was enough to make a fan of theirs. Last week, when met and talked with them at WorldMUN, I realized that they are acting as the custodians of the “mun joy” that we feel is lost behind this entire current competitive MUN situation. They walk around having Dumbledore’s interest in everything with a dash of Snape’s love for Lilly Potter as well.
I honestly feel that words fail to accurately describe the extent of my respect for that team, however it all comes down to this: they take MUN seriously, they know what they are doing and they have already taken all the steps to create the ladder you need when dropping the M from MUN and sometimes may have no idea how to do so. Each and every one of their activities actually brings you a step closer to becoming a diplomat and whoever disagrees is more than welcomed to present me valid arguments contradicting their increasing number of awards and distinctions.
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