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igmun-1UNA-USA is doing exciting new things with Model United Nations by engaging in Intergenerational Model UN (IGMUN).

In IGMUN, individuals of all ages, from middle school students to advanced professionals to retired persons, simulate the work of UN ambassadors to debate issues that appear on the UN agenda, including: peace and security; human rights; and global health. The program brings together generations of UN supporters and furthers their engagement with international issues, while helping develop the skills necessary for solving global problems.

For more than 60 years, Model UN has thrived in high schools and colleges across the world. IGMUN adds a new facet to UNA-USA's already robust Model UN program, Global Classrooms.

Chapters can use IGMUN model to help bring new audiences to the Chapter and engage them with the work of UNA-USA.

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