Past Conferences

We at the Lagos Model United Nations have established a criteria for evaluating delegates’ performances, where each element is as.

2022: The Seventh Session

The Seventh Session of the Lagos Model United Nations conference was held on the 14th-16th of July 2023. Notwithstanding the postponement of the conference due to the 8-month strike which put all academic activities on hold in 2022, the conference was a success. 11 committees were simulated among three departments, including the introduction of two new committees: the World Health Organization and the International Court of Justice. The conference was supported most notably by Her Excellency, Betsy Bene Obaseki, First Lady, Edo State, and the LMUN Alumni through the Pledge Drive initiative. 


“The Roadmap to a Sustainable Future: A Strategic Approach to Achieving the SDGs through Technology”

2021: The Sixth Session

The Lagos Model United Nations Conference 2021 was held from the 26th to 28th of November, 2021, for the first time since the COVID-19 pandemic disrupted physical activities. The conference had 12 LMUN ambassadors from different Nigerian schools, and 2 ambassadors from the Islamic Republic of Pakistan and recorded 187 delegates, including a foreign delegate from the Republic of Ghana and 21 observers, resulting in a total of 208 participants. The Conference featured side attractions like the SDG Workshop and the Idea Fair which had 1 winner receive a prize of 150,000 naira for the implementation of the project, and was sponsored by partnerships with the United Nations Information Centre, the Lagos State Government and AIESEC in Lagos.


“Reinforcing our Foundations: Lessons from the COVID-19 Pandemic for the Effective Achievement of the SDGs.”

2020: The Fifth Session

With the Covid-19 pandemic surprising most organizations in 2020, the fifth edition of the Lagos Model United Nations Conference was held virtually, between the 21st and 25th of September. The Conference had 300 delegates from over 15 universities and simulated 11 committees. The Conference featured side attractions like the SDG Workshop, Leadership Workshop, and the Idea Fair which had 3 winners receive a cumulative prize of 600,000 naira to sponsor their ideas. LMUN also participated in the UNHCR refugee challenge and emerged as one of the winners. The virtual Conference was majorly sponsored by the Lagos State Government.


“The Last Decade: Collaborative Policy, Finance and Technological Development Towards the 2030 Agenda.”

2019: The Fourth Session

The fourth edition of the Lagos Model United Nations Conference held in 2019, between 16th and 18th of August. The Conference had close to 300 delegates from over 15 universities. It simulated 10 committees deliberating on various issues ranging from women’s rights to the migrant crisis and produced quality resolutions addressing the topics. Recognizing the importance of SDGs, the Conference had a side attraction, the SDG workshop drawing active game changers in various SDGs to discuss the prospects and challenges of achieving the SDGs and spurring delegates to actively participate, since the goals have a final timeline of a decade to be achieved.


“The Future We Want: Youth Participation in the Achievement of the 2030 Agenda.”

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