Saint Joseph Seminary and High School
In cooperation with:

Retorika for Multiculturalism
PATHWAYS: Institute for Negotiation Education


The Fourth International GALMUN conference hosted by St. Joseph Seminary & High School-Almotran, in cooperation with Retorika for Multiculturalism and PATHWAYS: Institute for Negotiation Education, will take place on March 12-13, 2018 at the Golden Crown Hotel in Nazareth. It is our School's vision to bring up generations of future leaders who are devoted to research, virtue and peace, and to building bridges between diverse communities. Our school has been taking part in local and international MUN conferences since 2005. It has also led a delegation of Arab and Jewish students from different Israeli schools to an international conference in the United States in 2008.
Our fourth conference aspires to bring students from different backgrounds together for a two-day debate. It will help them become global citizens, exposing them to significant local and global issues. They will conduct research at a high level, improve their public speaking skills and develop their English beyond the classroom setting.
We invite delegates from Grades 10-12 to GALMUN 2018 accompanied by an advisor. We welcome new delegates as well as those with previous experience. Delegates should prepare a position paper and draft clauses that address the issues of their committees. This year, the conference theme is Justice for All. Delegates will debate different aspects of this theme in ten different committees. The committees and the topics discussed in them are on this website.
We look forward to seeing you at our conference in Nazareth and we hope that it will be a fruitful and enjoyable experience.

Meet the Team

Mr. Elias Farah, Conference Director

Nada Swedan, Secretary General

Julia Farah, Deputy Secretary General

Secretary General Assistants

Carol Farah

Widad Elias

Our Theme


Basic Rules Of Procedure

Information Booklet



The Negotiation Skills Committee is a unique skill-building track of GALMUN conceived and run as a collaboration between PATHWAYS Institute for Negotiation Education and GALMUN. Participants selected for the Negotiation Skills Committee will take part in an intensive, participatory two-day workshop run by PATHWAYS in which they learn a powerful framework for problem-solving negotiation based on the work of the Harvard Negotiation Project. The workshop will be based around engaging simulations, high-stakes multi-party negotiations, and interactive exercises, equipping participants with essential concepts, skills and tools to be effective delegates and leaders at future MUNs.

Contact Us

This conference is by invitation only. If you are interested in registering, please send an email to: