Delegate Reflection: Practicing Diplomacy in a Culturally Diverse Environment

Pace University New York City Model UN students take a break from the 2015 OsloMUN conference to visit Edvard Munch's painting The Scream. Left to right: Lindita Capric '15, Priya Sakaria '17, Jennifer Diaz '16, Vato Gogsadze '15 and Shade Quailey '15.

Pace University New York City Model UN students take a break from the 2015 OsloMUN conference to visit Edvard Munch’s painting The Scream. Left to right: Lindita Capric ’15, Priya Sakaria ’17, Jennifer Diaz ’16, Vato Gogsadze ’15 and Shade Quailey ’15.

The 2015 Oslo Model United Nations conference in Norway was a unique opportunity to improve my public speaking and policy writing skills. The conference helped me to learn more about the United Nations and its complex system by offering a more challenging and unfamiliar rules of procedures.

OsloMUN proved once again that Model UN is an exceptional learning experience that requires determination, focus, dedication, and patience in order to excel at the conference. Overall, I am proud to have represented Pace University in Oslo and to have participated at the conference because it gave me an opportunity to improve myself as a person as I practiced diplomacy in a culturally diverse environment.

To learn more about Pace University’s participation in the 2015 OsloMUN conference, click here.

– Vato Gogsadze ’15.

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About Matthew Bolton

I am assistant professor of Political Science at Pace University and author of Foreign Aid and Landmine Clearance.
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