United nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) works to create dialogue among cultures, peoples based on shared values. Some of the main topics include human rights, alleviation of poverty, building of peace and education.


Difficulty level: Medium

Director: Antoine Lemonnier

Born and raised in France, my experience became international when I started university in Lyon for a Dual Bachelor of International Relations and Translation, where I had the opportunity to live in London, New York and explore several cities all around Europe. I discovered the MUN world in 2015 and since then have been addicted to it. I believe in the United Nations and its values, it carries a strong message of solidarity, hope and peace to humanity.
Starting in September, I will study Public Policy and Human Development in Maastricht at the United Nations University and Maastricht University.

Assistant Director: Beáta Bolyová

Beata is a master‘s student at the Law School of the Comenius University in Bratislava and holds two bachelor‘s degrees - in Law and Comparative Religious Studies. Currently, she is working on finishing the Law School and hopes to continue her education in the Netherlands. Previously, she worked for an international law firm and completed multiple internships with the Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs of the Slovak republic, Public Defender of Rights, Permanent Mission to the International Organisations in Vienna and many volunteering projects, such as working in Serbian refugee camps. She became captivated by the work of the UN after taking part in many UN committees´ sessions and international conferences during her internships (e.g. IAEA, UNCITRAL, COPUOS, The Wassenaar Arrangement, CTBTO). Beata feels passionate about combining public international law with cyber security and technologies, as well as coaching and competing in moot courts.