Join MUNI this summer!
Update: July 2020
We are also proud to announce that Nathan Balk King, MUNI's founder and director, has received the Diller Teen Award for his project!
CALLING ALL NATIVE YOUTH!
Looking for something exciting to do this summer?
Take the next step in your extracurricular education with Model United Nations Indigenous!
Join us to learn about human rights policy and advocacy to practice the leadership skills you need.
MUNI is registered as an NGO with the United Nations!
In March, 2019, Model United Nations Indigenous was accepted as a registered NGO in the UN DESA (United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs) Civil Society database. As such, MUNI is able to apply for credentials for UN events, including the annual UN Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues (UNPFII).
MUNI applied and was accepted for credentials to attend the UNPFII in March, 2019. Three of our NHSMUN participants were able to attend and they experienced the working of the UN Permanent Forum! Our esteemed Native youth delegates at the UNPFII 2019 were Emily Staley, Zaden Salabye, and Kianna Joe (all Navajo).
In March 2021, MUNI will be eligible to apply for consultative status under the UN's Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC). This will provide an avenue for young Native leaders to directly participate in the UN Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues and testify on behalf of Native youth in the global arena! JOIN MUN Indigenous to learn how to engage at the United Nations and gain the opportunity to participate as an official Native Youth Delegate at the UNPFII. This is the time for Native Youth to have our voices heard!
Thank you for considering a donation to Model UN: Indigenous for our summer 2020 program:
All donations are tax deductible and go to
support our programming for Native Youth!
MUN: Indigenous is accepting funds via a 501c3 fiscal sponsor,
The Provincetown Community Compact.
Pilamiya! Ahéhee'! (thank you;)