About Famun


Get to know how FAMUN started.


FAMUN is the first simulation in Brazil to be a WIMUN affiliate.

Famun and Facamp

FAMUN stands for FACAMP Model United Nations.

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Famun's History

In 2012, students from FACAMP’s International Relations course felt the urge to create a project for discussions amongst themselves, so they could debate the most diverse topics that their field of study required. Inspired by their successful participation in a series of Model United Nations (MUN) in Brazil and abroad, these students decided to create their own MUN with the assistance of some of FACAMP’s International Relations professors and its board of directors.

Soon enough, FACAMP Model United Nations, most known as FAMUN, was created.

Its first edition took place in September 2013, in Campinas. With the theme “The developing world under debate” and more than 200 participants from Brazil and abroad, FAMUN established itself as one of the most prestigious Brazilian MUNs from that day forward. Those International Relations students did more than just discuss important International Relations topics: They created an empathetic and multidisciplinary project truly aligned with the United Nations’ mission and values.

From that moment on, FAMUN made valuable partnerships with Brazilian and international MUNs, hosted two editions of the WFUNA International Model United Nations (WIMUN Brazil 2017 and 2018), faced the COVID-19 pandemic by offering online simulations, and endured. This was only possible due to the commitment of its team, which kept FAMUN’s spirit and mission at the center of their minds and hearts in each edition hosted by FACAMP.

In 2023, FAMUN celebrated its 10th anniversary. In a decade, FAMUN organized more than 40 simulations of different international entities and adopted more than 70 documents. Based on the WIMUN approach, FAMUN has become the only simulation in Brazil that offers the closest experience of the UN reality. Since 2020, FAMUN has participated in and won the MUN Refugee Challenge, organized by the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees.

Now, in its 11th edition, FAMUN begins a new decade challenging students and professors with an urgent call: To save today our tomorrow. We have less than a decade until the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) due date in 2030, and the world is far from achieving this commitment. Thus, FAMUN 2024 invites its participants to join the United Nations “Act Now” campaign, with the purpose of inspiring people and institutions to accelerate the implementation of the SDGs to achieve a healthy planet, just societies, a better economy, and a world working together. It is a fact that we have no more time to argue, look for someone to blame, or decide who is right or wrong. Our current situation is marked by the urgency of the climate, economic, political, and social crises, which call for immediate action. Join us to act now!

Wimun Affiliate

FAMUN is the first simulation in Brazil to be a WIMUN affiliate.

In partnership with WFUNA, FACAMP hosted WFUNA International Model United Nations Brazil (WIMUN Brazil) in 2017 and 2018. Now, FAMUN has the honor of being the first Brazilian simulation to be a WIMUN affiliate.

This official affiliation means that FAMUN is committed to the WIMUN approach, which offers the most accurate simulation of the United Nations in terms of leadership structure, rules of procedure, and flow of debate.

More information at: https://wfuna.org/wimun

Famun and Facamp

FAMUN stands for FACAMP Model United Nations. The conference is offered by FACAMP (Faculdades de Campinas) and organized by its Núcleo de Estudos e Pesquisa em Relações Internacionais (NUEPRI).

FACAMP is a privately owned college founded in 2000. In less than a decade, its innovative educational project has gained the respect of the Brazilian academic community, as well as the recognition of our dynamic labor market. FACAMP is set in a 100,000 m² campus of sustainable landscape, with more than a thousand native trees and 22 thousand orchid plants. The campus has ample modern buildings and common spaces for student interaction.


FACAMP is engaged in increasing international partnerships, thus creating new opportunities for student and faculty exchange in renowned academic centers in Latin America, the USA, Canada, China, France, the Netherlands, and South Korea. Lately, FACAMP has established important international exchange agreements with Judge Business School (Cambridge University, England); the University of California (Riverside, USA); the University of Victoria (Canada); the ICN Business School (France) and we are partners with the Seminaries BRICS, Sorbonne University (France). FACAMP is also associated with IAESTE through ABIPE.

As our graduate programs expand, FACAMP is also intensifying research cooperation agreements both in Europe and the US and, through them, with the BRICS countries. Its recent agreements with ECLAC (Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean) and ILO (International Labour Organization) are examples in this direction.

Mission and values

FACAMP’s mission is to contribute to society through the pursuit of education, learning, and research at the highest international levels of excellence.

FACAMP’s core values are freedom of thought and expression, freedom from discrimination, and ethical behavior.

For more information, access our websites: https://www.facamp.com.br and https://international.facamp.com.br/

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