MUNIFL’19 – 10 Questions & 10 Answers

1. When and where will the MUNIFL’19 happen?

MUNIFL’19 will be held on 18-21 June 2019, in the respective building of İzmir Science High School.

2. How much is the fee for the conference?

The conference fee is 145 TL for delegates, 140 TL for delegations, 100 TL for Committee Directors, 90 TL for admins and 75 TL for Press Team Members.


3. How many participants will there be at the MUNIFL’19?

There will be approximately 300-400 participants in our conference, including Academic and Organization Team Members, Advisors and delegates.

4. How long will the conference last for?

The conference will last for 4 days (18-21 June).

5. Is accommodation included in the fee?

No, the accommodation is not included, however, the accommodation fee for the participants who would like to stay in our respective school’s dormitory is 125 TL.

6. To what airport should I fly to when coming to MUNIFL’19?

You can fly to İzmir Adnan Menderes Airport which is in Gaziemir/İzmir.


7. What are the committees and agenda?

We have 4 General Assembly (GA) and 2 special committees and these committees are as follows:
Agenda Item A: Demilitarization of Kashmir
Agenda Item B: Questioning the United Nations counter-terrorism strategy
Agenda Item A: Questioning the restriction of freedom of expression
Agenda Item B: The effects of developments in science and technology on humanity
Agenda Item A: Prevention of the use of the latest technologies in crimes
Agenda Item B: The challenge against latest synthetic drugs production techniques
4) UN Women:
Agenda Item A: The promotion of gender equality in public institutions
Agenda Item B: Fighting the violence against all women and girls
5) UNSC:
Agenda Item: The tension between the Russian Federation and Ukraine
6) JCC: Korean War (1950-1953):
Agenda Item: Open Agenda

8. What are three MUST SEE places in İzmir around the venue?

Here are the places all people who come to İzmir should see:
1) İzmir Agora: İzmir Agora is an ancient monument right in the city centre. Inside the Agora grounds, the ruins of a Roman-Greek marketplace transport you back to the days when Izmir was an important stop on the Silk Road.
2) Kemeraltı: In the welcoming central bazaar in Izmir, marketeers smile and shout, inviting visitors and locals alike to inspect their wares. Unlike in many marketplaces around the world, Izmir’s marketers are happy to chat and they are welcoming.3) Historical Elevator: This building, which also gave the district its name, was had built by a Jewish businessman named Nesim Levi. The Elevator, which was built between Mithat Paşa Street and the 40-meter high Şehit Nihat Bey Street, was built on an old quarry and put into service in 1907. It is one of the best places to view Izmir, and you will want to take photographs. 4) Bostanlı: Bostanlı is one of İzmir’s districts which is famous with its beautiful sea view, concerts, museums, shopping centres and cafes that you can rest after a tiring day.

9. What is the application deadline for the conference?

The application deadline for delegates, delegations and Press Team Members is the 17th of May. The deadline for admins is the 10th of May. Unfortunately, the Committee Director applications are closed.

10. How do I learn more about the conference?

You can check out our website ( for more information about the conference. Also, you can ask your questions to our Public Relations Team via

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