March 3rd to March 6th, 2022
Letter from the Secretary-General
Dear Esteemed Delegates,
My name is Emma Lapinsky and I am the Secretary General for the 26th session of UC Berkeley’s Model United Nations Conference (UCBMUN XXVI). On behalf of my Secretariat and staff, it is my honor to invite all of you to the heart of San Francisco’s Financial District once again to debate current and pressing global issues and collaborate with some of the brightest students from around the world.
We hope this conference will offer you a gateway into the city life of San Francisco, a city which represents progress and innovation. These are principles we hope are reflected in our twelve enriching and engaging committees. From discussing the issues within our new digital lives to delving into the world of Korean entertainment, all the way to discussing issues of decolonization for newly independent African and Asian states, delegates will be challenged to craft creative and comprehensive solutions to tackle whatever quandary their committee throws at them. While you are here, we hope you also take the time to explore the city, more than even just the few blocks surrounding the hotel. At UCBMUN, however, we also want to stress the support and well-being of our delegates is our top concern, so if you ever have any issue at all, please do not hesitate to flag down any of our staffers.
In the city where the historic UN charter was signed, hosted by a university that birthed the Free Speech Movement, UCBMUN XXVI promises to channel these ideals into the competitive environment we cultivate. With that said, it is my pleasure to invite you to San Francisco from March 3rd, 2022 to March 6th, 2022 for a UCBMUN like no other.
Secretary-General, UCBMUN XXVI