AASB Student Code of Conduct
BRAMUN takes its rules of conduct very seriously. Because BRAMUN is an official AASB (Association of American Schools of Brazil) event, all delegates are expected to abide by the BRAMUN code of conduct, modeled after the AASB code of conduct. All delegates and their parents must sign the Code of Conduct form that is available here. The organising company will be bringing security guards who will be patrolling the hotel to ensure that delegates do not sneak out of their room or engage in any type of behavior that violate the BRAMUN Code of Conduct. Curfew is strictly enforced throughout the conference and is set by BRAMUN organizers for all conference days. Delegates are expected to be in their rooms by the given time. Alcohol and substance use is strictly prohibited at BRAMUN and any delegates who are found to be in possession of the aforementioned substances will be immediately sent home at their own expenses.
BRAMUN Codes of Conduct
Student and Guardian Code of Conduct
All students attending BRAMUN 2020 must sign and complete this form before February 7th, 2020
Directors and Chaperones Expectations
By submitting Form II, all MUN directors and chaperones agree to abide by the following expectations.