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The United Nations Tour - Update from UN Trip

18 July 2017

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On Monday, the students attended one more workshop of UNICEF to deeply understand the 17 goals and how to embed these goals to their schools. Then, they visited the United Nations headquarter. The children went around the building and visited a High Level Political Forum meeting of delegates from different countries. In the evening, they visited One World Trade which is the tallest building in the Western Hemisphere and the sixth-tallest one in the world.