Through participation in the National Council on U.S.-Arab Relations’ Model Arab League (MAL) program students learn about the politics and history of the Arab world, and the arts of diplomacy and public speech. MAL helps prepare students to be knowledgeable, well-trained, and effective citizens as well as civic and public affairs leaders. As the National Council’s mission is educational, we welcome universities and high schools from across the United States to participate. Follow the links in the top menu bar and below to learn more about the program, find a Model in your region, or prepare to participate in the program.

 

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Learn more about Model Arab League >>

Model Arab League is a diplomatic simulation and leadership development program. It is designed to give students insight into the Middle East and Arab world as well as build critical leadership skills from public speaking to negotiation and compromise. Learn more about this unique program.

 

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Find an MAL conference near you >>

Model Arab League conferences occur across the United States annually at both the university and high school level. Find a conference in your area or inquire about organizing a new conference.

 

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Register to reserve your space >>

Complete the Model Arab League Online Registration Form to sign up to participate.

 

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Student and faculty resources >>

Find information and resources for students and faculty advisers participating in Model Arab League, including research materials, teaching resources, information on parliamentary procedure, and more.

 

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Information for prospective participants >>

Interested in getting involved in the Model Arab League Program? Find out how to form a delegation, register for a conference, and more.

 

 

Student Leadership Development Program from the National Council on US-Arab Relations