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Model United Nations conference TBSMUN

23 March 2017


Congratulations to Year 12 students for their fantastic work on the Model United Nations conference TBSMUN, which took place on March 17-19, 2017. 

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The six students - Katarzyna L., Yash K., Radek K., Julia J.; led by Karolina F. and Mateusz G. - took on the task of organizing an outstanding Model United Nations conference TBSMUN on March 17-19, 2017.  With a record attendance of almost 200 participants - from Poland (Wroclaw, Poznan) and abroad (Lithuania, Lebanon, Morocco, Austria) - this was a truly an international event. Delegates came to Warsaw in order to debate various, crucial United Nations issues and to reach many important and law binding resolutions, with the main theme of this year's conference being ‘Maintaining Order and Preventing Crime in the Cyber Age’.  The conference began on Friday morning at The Palace of Culture and Science with our distinguished guest speaker, His Excellency the Ambassador of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland to the Republic of Poland, Mr Jonathan Knott, delivering an opening speech.


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