EAMUN Administration

The EAMUN is coordinated and administered by various individuals serving in different capacities. A briefly description of the positions and basic responsibilities of the EAMUN organization is outlined below. Detailed information is provided on the Advisors Booklet on the downloads page.

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The Executive Committee

The Executive Committee is the primary group that organizes and runs the MUN program. It consists of ten members; the EAMUN Coordinator, the MSMUN Coordinator,two MUN Assistant Coordinators, the Secretary General, the Deputy Secretary General and the Chairs of General Assembly. Adults hold the Coordinator and Assistant Coordinator positions and students hold the six remaining positions.

The Executive Committee

MUN Coordinator

The MUN Coordinator is the primary person overseeing and coordinating all aspects of the program. She/he makes all the final decisions regarding all aspects of the program.

The Assistant Coordinators assist the Coordinator in making the program run smoothly.

Senior Chairs

These are appointed in September and aid the Executive Committee in some of their duties. Their main responsibility however is to manage the committee rooms during conference as well as assist in training Junior Chairs and Securitaries.


Executive Assistant

This position is held by one student whose responsibility would be to aid the Executive Committee and the Senior Chairs in their duties. This person shall aid in fundraising, event coordination and general logistical planning. He/she will have the power to clip badges.


Press Corps

The Press Corps is responsible for producing a daily newspaper at the MUN conference. Press corps are responsible for generating stories and images, editing all publication material, creating the computer graphic design layout for the paper and distributing the paper to MUN participants.


Junior Chairs

Junior chairs act as both delegates and assistants to the Senior Chairs. Each Junior Chair is allotted a time to manage a committee room alongside a senior chair. At all other times, they will act as normal delegates.

Each school may only send a maximum of 4 applicants to the 10 week training program which will take place at Hillcrest International School from 5-6 PM every Friday from September to November.



The securitaries are instrumental to the conference as they help monitor the behaviour of delegates. This group of participants shall be responsible for assisting the chairs in the course of debate and should have sound knowledge of parliamentary procedure and EAMUN proceedings so that they may aid delegates and advisors over the course of the conference.

Applying for securitary is similar to applying for Junior Chair. You must apply through your school. Each school may only send a maximum of 4 applicants to the 8 week training program which takes place in Hillcrest International School from 5-6 PM every Friday from September to November.