Our workshop will focus on how to give every MUN delegate a chance to express their opinions and be encouraged to speak up. Participants will learn how to
Our workshop will focus on how to give every MUN delegate a chance to express their opinions and be encouraged to speak up. Participants will learn how to connect with other clubs nationally and internationally and reach out to encourage more clubs – mainly from developing countries – to join MUN. They’ll develop leadership and communication skills that can then apply to their public speaking at debates and in school and communicate with other students and clubs to run an MUN/SDG inspired project (a twinning project).
I am Amaya Rantunge, and I am 16 years old. I’m from Sri Lanka, and I am a feminist. I have been doing MUN for four years, and I’ve been to 13 MUN conferences. I am a diplomat from South Asia and participated in the first global summit as a student. My school is Sangamitta College, and I’m now in grade 11. I hope to conduct an inspiring workshop for the delegates.
I am Lois Lemon, and I attend Prior Park School Gibraltar. I started at MUN with Round 1 MUN@home in March. I proceeded to be a delegate in more rounds, and participated in the Global Summit in July. I became a diplomat for Europe in July. My MUN school club hasn’t been able to help any SDG targets due to COVID-19, but we have a gender equality club and started a twinning project in France with Pierre Battistella’s school.
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