Dress Code


At the United Nations Assembly, country delegations are discussing serious issues and participants dress in suitable attire, respecting their culture, community, and institutional standards.  No one at the UN shows up wearing casual clothes like T-shirts, tank tops, shorts, ball caps, jeans, sneakers, or sunglasses. We ask participants to please dress appropriately.


The Rotary Club of Winnipeg will have a limited number of jackets available and some ties. Please let us know ahead of time if your delegates would like to borrow an item.


Outside of scheduled meetings, one may dress in casual attire. Counsellors are expected to monitor their delegation’s attire. As role models for their delegates, counsellors are also expected to follow the dress code.