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Register as a delegate or delegation.

Thank you for your interest in FDRMUN 24. While registration for this year has closed, registration for FDRMUN 25 will open in June 2024.

A short guide to Portico


for Delegates

Portico for Delegates (PfD) is a unique and tailored application process for those looking to participate in FDRMUN. Unlike the chairperson and volunteer roles, this platform is specifically designed for delegate applications. One key difference is the requirement for billing, as this is a paid participation. But don't worry, this process is crafted to be straightforward and accessible to all. PfD is the first MUN recruitment platform in Romania to offer referrals via code. To find out more, read below.

Getting Started

In the personal data section, you'll provide basic information about yourself, including your preferred title and pronouns, full name, date of birth, contact details, and the educational institution you represent. This section also asks for your city, state, or region of residence, along with your country of residence. For delegates with specific dietary requirements, there’s an option to specify these needs. Additionally, you'll indicate how you learned about FDRMUN – whether through online platforms, educational institutions, or personal connections.

For Delegations

If you're applying as part of a group or delegation, there's a prompt to specify this. Should you need any special arrangements, such as fee waivers or visa accommodations, there's a section dedicated to these inquiries, where you can detail any particular requirements or learning differences you have.

For students applying as a delegation, you will provide information about your delegation members, including their names and whether a chaperone will be attending. It's vital to ensure that the information provided is consistent across all delegation members’ applications for security purposes.

Extenuating circumstances and special needs

In the section dedicated to special arrangements and further guidance, you have the opportunity to request additional assistance or guidance related to transportation, accommodation, visas, or financial aid. This is where you can detail any specific circumstances that might impact your attendance at the conference. 


One of the more reflective sections of the form is where you detail your previous MUN experience. Here, you outline the conferences you've attended, the committees you've been part of, the countries you've represented, and any awards you may have received. Following this, you express why attending FDRMUN would be a transformative experience for you. This is your chance to share your enthusiasm and what you hope to gain from the conference. Additionally, you're asked to state your country and committee preferences and explain why these choices appeal to you.

Ts and Cs

Finally, you conclude the application by agreeing to the terms and conditions, certifying that the information provided is accurate and consenting to the application's processing as per FDRMUN's guidelines.

fdrID and what to expect

Once your application is submitted, you'll receive an fdrID, a unique identifier that will be used for referrals and future communications with the FDRMUN team. This ID is crucial for keeping track of your application status and any subsequent interactions with the conference organizers.

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for Chaperones and School Reps

Getting Started

Chaperones begin the application just like delegates, filling in personal data and contact information in the initial sections of the form. This includes providing details such as preferred title, pronouns, name, date of birth, educational institution, phone number, email address, and residency details.

Identifying as a Chaperone

In the section titled 'Delegation-specific Dialogue', chaperones must specify that they are applying in the capacity of a chaperone. This differentiation is crucial as it tailors the subsequent sections of the form to fit the chaperone role.


Once identified as a chaperone, the form will prompt for information specific to their role. This includes details about the school they are representing and the average age and expected amount of students in their delegation. This information is vital as it helps the FDRMUN team understand the demographic and needs of the attending group, ensuring a well-organized and safe environment for all participants.


After filling in the required details, chaperones submit the form. Just like delegates, chaperones will receive an fdrID upon submission. This unique identifier is not just a confirmation of their application but also serves an important function in the delegate registration process.

fdrID and what to expect

Due to EU data protection laws, it's mandatory for each delegate to fill out their own application form. The fdrID received by the chaperone becomes a crucial piece in this process. Chaperones must provide this fdrID to their students, who will then include it in their individual applications. This step is necessary to authenticate their membership in the specific delegation and link their applications to the chaperone’s registration.

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