Debate for Peace brings together Arab and Jewish students from more than 90 cities and towns around Israel, as well as Palestinian cities, to participate in Model United Nations conferences, where they debate, negotiate and try to resolve the most difficult and pressing challenges in international relations. We recently won Best Small Delegation at Yale MUN 47, and had one of our members, Oren, brief the UN Security Council. To learn more about who we are and what we do, see the About page. The program is supported by a grant from the US Embassy.
If you are a school or individual interested in joining, please see the Join us page for information about conferences and delegations abroad. We have recently resumed in person events for Green Pass students. Learn about all of our conferences and future events at the Events page.
Please consider helping out: we rely on donations and grants to help run conferences. Contact us to find out how you can help.
To see press coverage of the program, see the In the News page.
To read perspectives from participants, see the Testimonials page.
For MUN-related blog posts, see our Blog.