PAMUN is a simulation of the United Nations, and students are to consider themselves as diplomats and ambassadors of the countries they have been assigned to represent, as well as representatives of their own school. On top of that, the UNESCO venue imposes additional requirements of seriousness and composure, especially as the first day of the conference on Friday is a regular workday at UNESCO. This means that delegates must behave accordingly, and achieve a high standard of conduct while the conference is in session, as well as outside the building.
Formal THIMUN dress code will be enforced throughout the conference and lend dignity to the proceedings.
Smoking is strictly forbidden anywhere in the conference building.
Students are expected to be courteous to conference staff, and to be polite and considerate to UNESCO staff, hotel staff and fellow delegates at all times.