COVID-19 Statement

Dear Advisors, Participants, and Guests,

Right now, we are going through an unusual and unexpected period. Firstly, we would like to express our distress regarding the COVID-19 situation and the ones it affected the most. We hope that you are well and this situation soon comes to an end.

For the past two years, the Executive Committee managed to successfully remodel the conference to be held virtually and guaranteed that the conference continued to provide the full MUNDP experience to its participants amid the pandemic and the hardships it has brought upon. In the 22nd Session of the Model United Nations Development Programme, the communication and problem-solving skills of more than 700 participants from 70 schools and 22 different countries were combined, and fascinating ideas were developed. Despite the physical boundaries in between, delegates from all around the world attended our conference namely from Spain, France, Germany, Netherlands, Thailand, Azerbaijan, Philippines, Togo, and Kuwait which also was a contributing factor to the quality and productivity of debate.

This year, despite all the setbacks, we wish to organize yet another memorable MUNDP and ensure its smooth flow.

For the 23rd Session of MUNDP, we are aiming to return back to the traditional face-to-face conference structure if the current circumstances regarding the Covid-19 pandemic do not change. With our conference date set as the 16th, 17th, 18th, and 19th of February rest assured that our Executive Committee is making all the necessary preparations to offer you the best MUNDP yet.

We have always taken pride in hosting schools from all over the world along with many prominent schools from Turkey, and we believe that with the 23rd Session of MUNDP, we will still be able to maintain this tradition.

Please feel free to contact our Deputy Secretary-General of Liaison, Ayşe Naz Bayraktar, via for any questions or concerns.

We aspire to see you in the 23rd session of the MUNDP.


Executive Committee of MUNDP 2023

"Commitment to Development"