Register for HASTMUN 2023

Register for HASTMUN 2023

We are honoured to invite you to attend the 3rd annual HASTMUN 2023 Conference from the 11th to the 12th of March at Haileybury Astana.

We decided to focus our conference on how communities can cooperate and tackle international adversity, like the one we faced across the globe in the past two years. Hence, we decided on the conference theme “Mitigating Injustice for a Fairer Future“. The conference's official language is English, so it is a great way to enhance English speaking and writing skills.

Whether you are an experienced delegate or would be trying the experience for the first time, please note that anyone enthusiastic about debating and discussing global issues is kindly invited to the conference.

The registration link is available below. The deadline for registration is the 20th of February.

There are going to be a lot of updates regarding the conference. More information about HASTMUN 2023 can be found below. 


About Haileybury Astana MUN Conference 2023

Model United Nations has been a significant part of Haileybury Astana's history for a long time now, especially since it provides pupils with ample opportunities to expand their public speaking and collaboration skills.
However, for many soon-to-be graduating students, this is a prime opportunity to not only win more awards but also demonstrate your tenacity, empathy, critical thinking and leadership skills; all the crucial abilities sought out by top Universities. 

The official language of the conference is English, so it is also a great way to enhance English speaking and writing skills. 
More about HASTMUN 2023
About Haileybury Astana MUN Conference 2023
HASTMUN 2023 is a student-led Model United Nations (MUN) conference where young people can come together to discuss global issues. This year's theme, chosen by the students themselves, was "Mitigating injustice for a fairer future".
"KNAMM" Art Exhibition
On the 9th of March, Haileybury Astana Art Department opened the doors to the 'KNAMM' Art Exhibition which was held by Year 13 IB students. The word "KNAMM" means "come to us" in Russian, and is also an abbreviation of the names of the students who organised the exhibition: Kamilla, Naira, Anar, Merei and Maria.
The Peer Education Project
The Peer Education Project (PEP) is a secondary school mental health programme, available to all UK and International British schools. In Kazakhstan, Haileybury Astana is the first school to implement the project in the education system.
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