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BSKL MUN Conference

Approximately 60 students from six different schools in Kuala Lumpur came together at BSKL to engage in a Model United Nations (MUN) Conference between 30th November to 2nd December. 

MUN Conference

The MUN conference - the third to be hosted at BSKL - was highly anticipated by both students and teachers alike after months of planning.

With the topic of refugees, asylum seekers and other forcibly displaced persons being the theme of the conference, the different committees argued on many issues related to refugees: how to secure the human rights of terrorist victims, the prevention of refugee abuse etc.

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The delegates debated over the three days with heart, flare and style. They spoke loud and passionately on their countries’ views. For some topics, resolutions were reached, where diplomacy was the solution put forward. In others, the debate went on and on, allowing for an even deeper, tooth-comb analysis of the topics at hand.

During the closing ceremony on the last day of the conference we were honoured to have Dr Melati Nungsari deliver a presentation on refugees and their current positions in the world.

Overall, the conference was a huge success as students enjoyed fruitful debates and had lots of fun whilst learning.

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