Nuclear non-proliferation, cyber-warfare, resolving armed conflict and more are topics that have brought fiery debate to the podiums of MUN conferences. While fascinating to discuss, many are not
Nuclear non-proliferation, cyber-warfare, resolving armed conflict and more are topics that have brought fiery debate to the podiums of MUN conferences. While fascinating to discuss, many are not action-driven: there is little a student can do to resolve international conflicts. MUN@Home strives to bridge the gap between MUN and student initiative through an SDG-based approach. While taking from the traditional debate spirit of MUN, we want to empower students to not only discuss these issues but take action within their communities and beyond. Come join us in our workshop, where we will talk more about the motivations, functioning during the pandemic, and the inner workings of MUN@Home.
My name is Snata and I’m 16 years. I reside in Visakhapatnam, India and study in 12th grade. I’ve been involved in MUNs for a year now and I was a participant in MUN Impact’s Global Summit 1.0 after which I went on to become a MUN@Home mentor in October and now serve as the Strategic Mentorship Specialist. I’m a part of the 100k Deeds Challenge where we encourage students to take direct action in support of the SDGs. I’m also a part of the various student-run organizations and newspapers where we focus on activism and addressing global issues. Apart from this, I’m passionate about Music, Literature, History, and Astronomy.
My name is Heidy Cho. I am 17 years old and I attend the British International School Hanoi in Vietnam. I have been doing MUN for almost 4 years now and currently, I am a lead mentor for MUN@Home. At school, I was a member of the Global Goals Leadership Team and my CAS project was also dedicated to teaching young students about the SDGs.
Anastasia is the DSG of Strategic Mentorship at MUN@Home.
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