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Delegate Reflection: Finding My Passion in International Law

The 2015 National Model United Nations conference in Washington DC truly opened my eyes. I really enjoyed participating in a simulation of the United Nations Environment Programme committee, where we passed a resolution on a universal climate agreement. The skills … Continue reading

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Pace Students Recognized for Superb Representation of Southeast European States at DC Conference

Model UNers Receive Seven Awards for Portrayal of Croatia, Serbia and Slovenia Pace University New York City Model United Nations students were recognized with seven awards at the 2015 National Model United Nations conference in Washington DC, 30 October to … Continue reading

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Model UN Awards Highlight Pace Students’ Superior Skills in Writing Policy Papers

Pace University New York City students joined more than 800 students from more than 80 universities at the National Model United Nations conference in Washington DC, 31 October to 2 November, to simulate multilateral decisionmaking on the topic “Confronting Issues … Continue reading

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Pace Model UN Students Represent Global Civil Society, Seek Equality for a Better World

According to Oxfam International, the world’s richest 85 people control as much wealth as the entire poorest half of the world’s population. Recognizing the serious economic, social and political questions this raises, the theme of this year’s National Model United Nations … Continue reading

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Delegate Reflection: Awakening the Inner Diplomat

The 2014 National Model United Nations conference in New York City awakened the inner diplomat within me. I loved participating in committee, the networking opportunities, the invaluable guest lecturers and the career fair.  The diplomacy skills that were locked within me are now … Continue reading

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Delegate Reflection: Using NGOs’ Weaknesses as Strengths

The 2014 National Model United Nations conference in New York (NMUN NY) was a rewarding educational experience unlike anything I have done before. My partner Inemesit Essien ’16 and I represented the non-governmental organization (NGO) Oxfam International in the Committee on … Continue reading

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Delegate Reflection: Toward a Future in Philanthropy and Activism

My future in philanthropy and activism requires confidence to advocate for a cause, protest, rally, compile research, write and recruit supporters. Model United Nations has inspired confidence in me to handle these challenges by teaching me a wide range of … Continue reading

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