Model United Nations conferences simulate United Nations, International Organizations, and governmental bodies such as the World Health Organization, the African Union, and government cabinets, in which participants are assigned to represent countries, organizations, or leaders in order to debate pressing international issues. Over a series of committee sessions, WorldMUN delegates face the challenging task of collaborating with one another in order to introduce draft legislation in response to the committee's agenda. The goal of each committee is aimed around the passage of legislation in the form of a resolution by the end of the conference, one that achieves consensus among nations with diverse points of view and builds upon the expertise and creative input of WorldMUN's delegates.

At WorldMUN, committees are divided into three organs, each with a different character:

  • The General Assembly (GA)
  • The Economic and Social Council & Regional Bodies (ECOSOC)
  • The Crisis & Historical Committees (Crisis)