Code of Conduct

DENIZATI MODEL UNITED NATIONS CONFERENCE

DENMUN’2021

Code of Conduct

 

*While participating in the Denizatı Model United Nations Conference, delegates have the responsibility to always maintain the highest level of professionalism and diplomacy.

*DENMUN reserves the right to restrict future registration for any participant or school, whose delegates or faculty advisors are not able to uphold their responsibility to the conference’s code of conduct.

  1. All participants must be respectful in both spoken and written language at all times.
  2. The dress code is Western business attire and applies throughout all official sessions on the conference.
  3. The official language of the DENMUN conference is English. All working during the conference shall therefore be conducted in English. This rule is not subject to appeal. Talking in other languages is strictly prohibited and will not be tolerated.
  4. The Executive Board and the Academic team may, at any time, make either written or oral statements to the committee.
  5. It is obligatory for all delegates to participate in all committee sessions and ceremonies held by the committee staff, if a delegate or delegation misses more than 2 sessions they will not be able to receive a certificate of attendance. Delegates who are not being respectful to the rule of attendance will not be entitled to acknowledgment and will not be eligible for the award given.
  6. Delegates will show respect to the Committee staff and other delegates. The Committee director will immediately call to order any delegate who fails to comply with this rule.
  7. Laptops, tablets, cell phones, or other electronic devices may be used in the Committee room during lobbying sessions and unmoderated caucus at the discretion of the Director. The usage of electronic devices during the formal debate and moderated caucus is strictly prohibited.
  8. Participants are reminded that all chat, including private chat between delegates, is archived.
  9. All participants must not use photos, music, video, or audio recordings during online lobbying and debate.