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The Junior United Nations Assembly (JUNA) of Alabama is a student-run model United Nations Assembly for Alabama students in grades six, seven, and eight. Students research their nation, identify a problem in that country, and write a resolution that proposes a solution to the issue. Students create a display representing the country. They attend a two day event dressed in native dress. At the event they present their resolution in committees and upon passage they present in the General Assembly. Delegates ask questions and vote for resolutions just as they do in the real United Nations.