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We had a great conference, photos and videos coming soon!

Aashna MehraBe inspired by our keynote speaker, Aashna Mehra, student at Princeton University and Secretary-General of The Princeton Model UN Conference (PMUNC) 2013, as she shares with us her Model UN experiences.Aashna, Princeton University class of ’15, is a Mechanical or Industrial Engineering Major. At Delhi Public School – Mathura Road, Aashna was head of Student Council and participated in Model UN and Debate.
Time Event Notes
9:00a – 9:30a Registration Coffee and Danish will be provided
9:30a – 10:00a Keynote Aashna Mehra, PMUNC 2013 Secretary-General and Princeton Student
10:00a – 11:30a Delegate Training
11:30a – 1:00p Lunch Lunch is the responsibility of the delegate.
1:00p – 3:00p Committee Session I
3:00p – 3:30p Break
3:30p – 4:00p Guest Speaker Salvator Nkurunziza, United Nations Development Programme, via Skype from West Africa
4:00p – 5:30p Committee Session II
5:30p – 5:45p Break
5:45p – 6:00p Closing Ceremonies and Awards

Background Guide

We will model the UN Development Programme seeking to pass a joint resolution on the topic of crisis prevention. Click here for the background guide.


Located in a picturesque, prime and accessible location in Princeton, NJ, the Holiday Inn Princeton is an ideal location for our conference. With proximity to Princeton University, New York City and Philadelphia, you can come for AHMUNC alone or combine it with a visit to other desirable destinations.


Venue: The Holiday Inn Princeton

Location: 100 Independence Way, Princeton, NJ 08540

Phone: 609.520.1200

Website: Click here

Additional InformationCost

$30 per delegate.


The hotel restaurant will be open. Delegates and family members are welcome to bring their own lunch to eat in the hotel restaurant. Conference space may not be used for personal lunches.

Cell Phone Donations

We encourage attendees to bring used cell phones to the conference that will be sent to West Africa to assist Salvator Nkurunziza in his work with the UNDP.

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