The participants -all from grade 10- took on various topics like poverty, women rights, corruption and the world's development in the 21st century.
The result was an outstanding solid base discussion between the different nation's representatives that didn't go out of hand at any point with the guidance of the board in both the general assembly and the security council.
We also had a students reporters team -from grade 11- from different news channels like CNN and many others!
The assembly was held to open up the student's minds, push them into more self study through research and develop their public speaking skills. This was of course accompanied by a clear showcase of maturity and acceptance towards different mindsets and opinions amongst all the delegates throughout the discussions. It really was a great success!
Two resolutions were passed on after the voting session with UAE and Egypt filling those two slots with the delegates' solution to all the problems discussed being the most reasonable and beneficial in the eyes of the rest of the delegates.
The sixth form facilitating team then went on to voting for the special awards along with the chief guests to grant the delegates, reporters and country representatives certificates for their outstanding work.
We had the majority of the observers from grade 9 and lower grade levels in hopes of this wonderful event to continue in the future.