It is our pleasure to invite you and your school to the 13th annual session of the Lorentz Model United Nations Arnhem (LmunA). The conference will start on Friday 2 October and end on Sunday 4 October 2020. It will be held at the Lorentz Lyceum in Arnhem, the Netherlands.
This year’s theme is Global Health.
Global cooperation in sickness and in health.
Global health is not merely defined by the physical state of the human being, or the absence of a disease, the term reaches far beyond that. It can be defined as a state in which there is physical, mental and social well-being. Currently diseases are spreading across the world, people are working in harmful and stressful conditions and humanity is experiencing trauma and disability caused by conflicts. Yet, how far are we willing to go help or save an individual? How much are we willing to change, not only as individuals, but also as countries? How will we implement regulations to not only cure, but also to prevent? Global cooperation is essential in reaching our common goal, which includes good health and well-being all over the world. Collaboration is not only crucial within different communities, but also between countries and nations. This year’s LmunA theme enables delegates to understand, innovate and find new solutions regarding the improvement of the physical, mental and social aspects of global health through cooperation and exchange.
We would like to inform you that our school is moving next year, which means that the conference will be held in a brand new building! You can find more information about this new building on the website!
We hope to welcome you all in October.
Secretary-General of LmunA 2020