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Model United Nations

Model United Nations Junior Conference China

The first ever Model United Nations Junior Conference China took place in Chengdu, with students tackling some of the globe's biggest issues.

  • Model United Nations 2019

By Selina Zhong, Year 6

Thursday 18th April 2019, was an exciting morning. We arrived at Baiyun airport carrying our suitcases and bags - where we met the other members of our MUN Conference BSG team.

The whole trip was a great experience. The first day was extremely hard work, writing our resolution papers, presenting an opening speech to other delegates in the committees and just getting used to the very formal language we had to use throughout the conference; no personal pronouns were allowed. We started learning about how to debate on a subject that we thought was interesting, funny and suitable – just so we could get used to the proceedings of a UN Conference. We spent quite a lot of time discussing the world subject for our committee and drafted a resolution paper to be submitted before the deadline.

The second day similar to the first day, debating the amendments and debating. The exception to the second day was that we were more excited and confident because we knew what was going to happen and all the procedures around the sessions.

I strongly recommend the MUN trip to all the students who are interested in it. As it’s a fun, life-long learning experience. I know everyone who went this year really appreciated the experience.

  • Lucas Woo - MUN Speech 2019

Lucas Woo's MUN Speech 2019

Fifty years ago, United States President John F. Kennedy said, ‘Ask not what your country can do for you, but what you can do for your country.’ 
 

Today, We, ask not what the world can do for you, but what you can do for the world. 

It is we, the young people of the world today who need to make the changes needed to make the world work for us. To this end, we have been looking into the pollution problems of India.

The citizens of Delhi have been in confrontation with the government about their most basic of human rights… to breathe.

According to the World Health Organization (WHO), more than 1.2 million people have passed away due to air pollution in 2012. To provide an air that humans can consume, the government has acted on this problem by creating an emergency plan. Due to the pollution, which is poor and getting poorer on a daily basis. The plan is named ‘Graded Response Action Plan’ (Also Known As GRAP). 

This problem needs an immediate and long-term solution. Witnessing the people of Delhi, including young children and senior citizens, suffer from the effects of pollution is painful to watch. We call upon the United Nations to act on this crisis as soon as possible so that innocent people, world-wide and not just in India, wouldn’t have to suffer, short term, and more importantly from long term breathing diseases such as asthma. 

Thank you.