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LmunA 2022

"Emerging Technologies in Shaping Modern Society"

Arnhem, The Netherlands
07-09 October 2022

The Conference

3 Days of Engaging Debates
07 - 09 October 2022

LmunA is an abbreviation for Lorentz Model United Nations Arnhem. We are a non-profit organization, run and organized by students of the Lorentz Lyceum in Arnhem.

LmunA is a three-day international conference, during which high school students from the Netherlands and abroad will engage in a simulation of the United Nations. They will represent countries and NGOs from around the world whom they will represent during LmunA. In committees, councils and assemblies they will debate relevant topics, similar to those in the United Nations.

In line with the principles of the United Nations, delegates will engage in debates, lobbying, resolution writing demonstrating the perspective of their assigned country. By doing so, they will improve their overall skills of writing and public speaking, and they will learn about the world at large. LmunA has something to offer for newcomers and experienced delegates alike, but we pride ourselves for being a conference that caters towards the needs of those starting out in the world of MUN. LmunA has an open, friendly atmosphere, and the conference offers workshops geared towards beginning delegates to ensure confident delegates and engaged debates.

The Conference
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LmunA 2022's Theme

Emerging technologies in shaping modern society

"The future is just one click away"

One cannot deny that modern technology is a catalyst for the development of our ever changing world. Emerging technologies are growing to have a bigger impact on the way we live, work and socialize with each other in our day-to-day life. The opportunities that stem from these technological advancements are seemingly endless; ranging from increased efficiency to augmented reality.


However, are we ready to embrace what might be coming next? Many questions arise from issues such as privacy and the use of Artificial Intelligence. When do we prefer freedom and privacy over security? How far are we willing to change and offer our current habits and routines to implement new technological advancements in life?


This year’s LmunA theme encourages delegates to acknowledge the current influence of technology while also debating the morality and ethical dilemmas imposed by the consequences of emerging technologies.


Registration has been closed since the 15th of May

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