Code of Conduct
While participating in the PANGEA MUN conference, delegates have a responsibility to always maintain the highest level of professionalism in speech, actions, and appearance. Conference staff, faculty and fellow delegates should always be treated with the utmost courtesy and respect. All delegates are expected to
observe the PANGEA MUN Pledge.
prepare for the conference in advance by researching their country and topic.
follow the instructions from the conference staff (opening ceremony) and committee chairs.
actively participate in the committee debates including (but not limited to) making speeches, caucusing, proposing resolutions and amendments and voting.
turn off all cellular phones during the meetings.
observe and respect time frames for scheduled meetings, opening and closing ceremonies.
respect the property of the host venues.
Delegate clothing should adhere to guidelines that portray professional business dress. Dress sweaters, shorts, ball caps, jeans, sneakers and sunglasses are considered too casual and inappropriate for the scheduled events at the conference.
Cultural dress is permitted only for international delegates in whose native country “professional business dress” includes traditional cultural dress.
As role models for delegates, all faculty advisors, guests and MUN staff are required to dress in western business attire while participating in scheduled conference sessions.
PANGEA MUN reserves the right to restrict future registration for any participant or school, whose delegates or faculty are not able to uphold their responsibility to the conference’s code of conduct.