Useful information

Conference languages: German, English

Dress code

Men's:
  • shirt
  • tie or bow tie
  • suit
  • business shoes

The following national costumes are allowed, provided they are typical of the country represented:

  • Thawb
  • Kufiya or turban
  • Nehru jacket
 
Women:
  • costume (skirt, blouse, blazer)
  • or shift dress with blazer or knitted vest
  • or pants suit with blouse
  • adequate shoes

The following national costumes are allowed, provided they are typical of the country represented:

  • Sari
  • headscarf

The wearing of suggestive clothes is not permitted at any time, shoulders must be covered and the skirts must be at least knee-length.

If you have any questions about the dress code, please do not hesitate to contact us..

Diplomatic code

The participant represents a country or an NGO and therefore only endeavors to represent the interests of that country or this NGO.

Manual DMUN e.V.

You can find more detailed information on the course of a MUN conference in the exemplary manual of DMUN e.V .:

The Verein für politische Jugendbildung will publish its own manual at a suitable time before the conference with detailed information on the course of the MUNHN conference.

(Note: In order to avoid misunderstandings, we would like to point out that MUNHN is not a DMUN conference, but MUNHN is organized by the Verein für politische Jugendbildung .)

https://handbuch.dmun.de/