If you’re looking for Indira and Sameeksha in Year 10, you might find them hunkered in front of a computer thoroughly refreshing their knowledge of the World Health Organization or the Global Goals. Or you might find them in the TV studio recording their video letters that will be sent to Singapore UN representatives. They might be busy during their lunch breaks collaborating with each other and discussing how they are going to influence the politicians at the UN’s High Level Political Forum on sustainable development this July.
Sameeksha on what she is looking forward to getting out of the UNICEF Summit:
“I hope to learn new skills and gain a different perspective to world issues with the help of other Nord Anglia students.
I am also looking forward to making long lasting friendships with students who come from different parts of the world and share the dream of making the world a safer, healthier and more equal place for everyone.
I believe that the UNICEF summit will help me understand world issues and how we can tackle them with our global goals, teaching me the importance of good cooperation and involvement of young members of our community who will be our future leaders.”
Keep an eye out for #NAEUNICEF, especially from 12th - 19th July to check out the action!
Global Campus Leader for Secondary School