We are thrilled to announce the successful conclusion of the Model United Nations (MUN) program, 
where over 32 bright young minds from diverse secondary schools came together to engage in diplomatic discourse and advocate for the rights of children worldwide. The culminating event took place on March 16th, marking the end of an enriching 8-week journey filled with learning, collaboration, and empowerment.

Throughout the program, students had the unique opportunity to step into the shoes of diplomats, representing various countries from around the globe. Guided by experienced mentors and educators, they delved deep into the intricate workings of international relations, addressing pressing issues related to the rights of children.

The finale was a testament to the dedication and hard work of each participant. From thought-provoking debates to passionate speeches, the session was brimming with intellectual discourse and insightful perspectives. Students showcased their research, critical thinking skills, and public speaking abilities, embodying the spirit of diplomacy and advocacy.

One of the most remarkable aspects of the program was the diversity of voices and perspectives present. Students from different backgrounds and schools came together, fostering a rich exchange of ideas and experiences. It was truly inspiring to witness the collective efforts of these young changemakers as they united in their commitment to making a difference in the world.

As we reflect on the success of this cohort, we extend our heartfelt gratitude to all the participants, mentors, and organizers who made this journey possible. Their passion, enthusiasm, and dedication have left a lasting impact, laying the foundation for future leaders and global citizens.

Looking ahead, we are excited about the continued growth and expansion of the Model United Nations program. Through initiatives like these, we aim to empower the next generation of diplomats, advocates, and changemakers, equipping them with the skills and knowledge to tackle the challenges of tomorrow.