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Our Prestigious Partners

The Change the World Model UN Secretariat is pleased to mention its official partners for the CWMUN World Program and Associazione Diplomatici.

These partnerships reflect the CWMUN Secretariat’s commitment to excellence and expertise in high quality level Model UN Conferences and to continuing a tradition of what our participants rely on: academically and educationally focused in providing students the best Model UN experience ever.

We are honored that all these people are happy to contribute and provide the highest quality service to students and strongly believe in Model UN as life-changing experience.

Eastwest European Institute
Eastwest European Institute

The Eastwest European Institute is an independent organization specialized in geopolitical analysis, organization of scientific events and training projects focused on international affairs and global dynamics, for students and professionals.

NYU Abu Dhabi
NYU Abu Dhabi

NYU Abu Dhabi will be one of the world’s great research universities, with an exceptional liberal arts and sciences college at its core.

MUN Inc.
MUN Inc.

MUN Inc. is an Egyptian startup established by a team of passionate MUNers to promote & enrich MUN Culture in Egypt. Since its establishment in 2014, MUN Inc. has delivered workshops to hundreds of students and has given opportunities for students to participate in conferences in NYC, Rome, Lisbon, Budapest, and Prague

St. Peter School
St. Peter School

In 1964, St PETER’S was the first international school in Barcelona to use English as a first language. Today, almost 60 years later, continue to be a benchmark in education.

Limes
Limes

Limes is a monthly Italian geopolitical magazine published in Rome, Italy.

EastWest
EastWest

Eastwest, the most critical axis around which the current conflicts on the planet revolve, seen from a European and Mediterranean vantage point, an alternative to the prevailingly Anglo-American approach. With constant attention being paid to the relationship between politics, economics, finance, geography and society. In essence, a different take on geopolitics.