Tag Archives: United Nations

Learning about Myself and Others

Participating in the 2017 National Model UN conference was a great opportunity to meet new people from different backgrounds and worldviews. Model UN is a simulation that tests your ability to communicate, negotiate, and to set your role as an … Continue reading

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The Class That Defined my Undergrad Experience

As I graduate this spring, I am looking back at my years here at Pace University in New York City. The one class that I can say that truly had an impact on my life and future endeavors is Model … Continue reading

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Model UN Taught Me How to Make Underrepresented Voices Heard

Participating in the 2017 National Model United Nations conference in New York has tested my ability to work in groups. In a Model UN conference, you work alongside numerous big and small personalities. There always seems to be that one individual … Continue reading

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Pace Model UN Program Featured in UN Secretary-General Report

Pace University was featured in UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon’s report on “disarmament and non-proliferation education” today, which calls on “schools in all countries to inform and empower young people to become agents of peace by helping them to mobilize, … 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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Pace University Faculty and Students Work for Nuclear Disarmament at United Nations

“In the nuclear age, with its uncontrollable proliferation of weapons of mass destruction, the inability to reconcile differences peacefully poses a very grave threat to human survival. … Despite all of the hesitation and some inadequacies and imperfections, the record … Continue reading

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Delegate Reflection: Model UN Helped Me Learn Political Tactics and Diplomatic Etiquette

Participating in the 2015 National Model United Nations conference in New York (NMUN NY) was one of the most original and immersive educational experiences that I have ever had. I have always enjoyed learning outside of the classroom. This gave … Continue reading

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