United Nations

United Nations


The LSE SU UN Society is one of the biggest and most operationally diverse societies on the LSE campus. By empowering our members with the necessary skills and knowledge about the causes that they are passionate about, we seek to be a 1-stop society to bring about positive change in our communities. We promote the work and values of the United Nations not just through academic conferences that promote discussion and debate through roleplay, but also through volunteering, campaigning, speaker events, career support and transferable skills development. 

In terms of values, we interpret it as a society as such;

1) Discourse: We enshrine the importance of ideals and sharing of perspectives. It is fundamental to developing the necessary empathy and comprehensive understanding for collaborative action. 

2) Diversity: We respect the differences between people and seek to accommodate them as an inclusive society. Beyond that, we celebrate the underlying humanity beneath it all.  

3) Relevance: We resolve to be an integral part of our student community and continuously seek to positively shape it. The spirit of the UN starts here in our immediate community.


Our conception of Model United Nations is also similarly broad. Going beyond the conventional IR-centric ideology of MUN to replicate the United Nations, we see MUN as an educational simulation of significant value by itself as a form of structured discourse. In an international institute famous for the social sciences, where a single perspective is never sufficient and the solution is often uncertain, our skills-centric approach caters to the multi-disciplinary student body and distinguishes us as a society that provides MUN opportunities.

By giving our members the skill sets, perspectives and values to shape their world, we welcome them to their world as global citizens capable of building a brighter future. The world has many issues yet to be resolved, but as we change our world, we change the world. We look forward to you joining our society. It’s a home for all and there is a place for everyone.


Yours Sincerely,


To learn more about the history of our society, visit: tinyurl.com/retrospectiveunsoc


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News & Events

2016-2017 LSE SU UNSOC Annual Report

Sun 10 Sep 2017

LSE SU UNSOC's EireMUN Delegation wins "Best Delegation", 30 January 2017

The LSE SU UN Society is proud to present its 2016-2017 Annual Report. For us, this academic year has been successful, it has been all-embracing, and it has been highly memorable. We ask you to join us as we saunter along memory lane to reminisce and revisit our projects, events and conferences and thank those who have joined hands and made the past year so special. Without further ado, here is the LSE SU UN Society's 2016-2017 Annual Report:

LSE SU UN Society's Publication in Foreign Policy Guide

Sun 10 Sep 2017

LSE SU UNSOC at IATA's Offices in Montreal, March 2017

We are incredibly proud to announce that as part of our partnership with Foreign Policy, we have been able to publish in Foreign Policy Guide!
To see the online version, click here: https://fpguide.foreignpolicy.com/article-model-un/
Written by Sam Povey, one of our all-time finest and most seasoned members, we wish to demonstrate how Model UN can cultivate the education and skillset of modern students.
“Model UN encourages the sort of interdisciplinary approach that’s so important for

LSE SU UN SOCIETY: A Retrospective

Sun 10 Sep 2017

A Retrospective Cover Page

The LSE SU UN Society is proud to present: "A Retrospective"! A summary of our recent history. Please join us as we revisit experiences, achievements and initiatives. Over time, the faces of members may have changed, but our values have not. This document is a homage filled with appreciation to all members that have contributed and shaped our society. To kick off the new year, we seek to introduce the future by looking into the past. We hope you enjoy reading the report!


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