A Systematic Frenzy
As the students from Nord Anglia schools in Southeast Asia, and other invited international schools Phnom Penh, started flooding in the gates on the first day, the NISCMUN Executive Committee and delegates alike were thrilled but also nervous, but kept their heads cool.
Everyone in the NISCMUN team, from the directors to the delegates, were excited to achieve the best possible conference they could have, and from the amazing interactions among delegates, it was achieved.
The Executive Committee was settling into the swing of running an MUN conference on the first day, but by the end of the weekend, it felt like we had been doing it for ages.
On day one, the opening day of lobbying, we were running everywhere, almost frantically trying to keep everything in order. Tables had to be set up, podiums put in place, and delegates led to their committee rooms.
I felt like at any moment, things would go out of control. But soon enough, it transformed into an amazing place where delegates were able to work on ideas together to help build a better world. The enthusiasm was palpable and the energy from the delegates was far beyond.