Wesley College MUN 2019

Disability rights, climate change and autonomous weapons were just some of the issues debated by students from the Institute at the Wesley College Model United Nations, which took place last weekend. 12 students from the Institute attended the event, representing

Rathdown MUN 2018

Crypto currencies, human rights abuses in North Korea and economic development in Sub-Saharan Africa were just some of the topics debated by students from the Institute at last weekend’s Model United Nations in Rathdown school (RADMUN). 22 students from the

Rathdown MUN 2017

The popularity of the Model United Nations has soared in recent years at The Institute of Education and this November the school represented Japan, Spain, Saudi Arabia and Turkey at the Rathdown MUN. Students from 4th, 5th and 6th year

Model United Nations 2017

The Institute’s Model United Nations team got off to a great start this year, with four delegations, comprising students from 4th, 5th and 6th year, tackling a range of issues at Terenure’s MUN earlier in the month. The students wrote their

Model United Nations

From lobbying to resolution writing, the Institute’s students made a big contribution to the St. Andrew’s Model United Nations that took place over the Easter break. The Institute was represented by two delegations at the event; South Sudan and Iraq,