The Auckland Region is the oldest and largest of the current UN Youth regions. It has won the Cutfield Gavel for the Most Successful Region numerous times. It runs a number of events throughout the year for both high school and tertiary students, including the well-regarded Auckland Model United Nations, Auckland Case Competition and outreach events.
The best way to get involved in the Auckland region is to attend our events! Sign up to UN Youth on this website, and you will then be able to register for all the funtivities. We’re not the usual club that has meetings every week, but we engage with our members through the our main platform of Model United Nations. Don’t worry if it’s your first time, we’ve designed each event to cater for the novice and the skilled. Join us, and become part of the UN Youth Auckland region whanau.
2018 Committee Applications
Applications are open now for the organising committees for Auckland Model UN 2018 and Tertiary Case Competition 2018. Details are available on the opportunities page. Applications close 11pm Sunday 22nd October 2017.
UN Youth Auckland AGM 2017
The UN Youth Auckland AGM will take place from 6.30pm on the 19th of October 2017 in room 260-040C at the University of Auckland. This text, along with the Facebook event, constitutes formal notice of the AGM in accordance with the UN Youth Auckland Constitution.
At the AGM, the 2017 Regional Council will report on the activities of the region in 2017 and the 2018 Regional Council will be elected.
Complete details of the AGM, election process and positions available can be found here.
Nominations are now closed. A list of nominated candidates and their statements can be found here.
Reports of the 2017 Auckland Council can be found here.
Proxy voting is now open. In order to submit a proxy vote members will need to request a proxy voting form from the returning officer, Lexi Finucane, at [email protected].
- October 21 @ 9:30 am - 4:30 pm at University of Auckland Science Faculty – Building 301
Challenge your critical thinking and negotiation skills- Join the Auckland Crisis Convention!