Every February, more that 500 students meet at Anatolia College for the Annual Model United Nations Conference in order to engage in fruitful dialogue on some of the most important and controversial issues of our times. Once more, our school was present and the delegates, representing Jordan, Malta, Hungary and India, were eager to participate in the debate and meet other students coming form Germany, Italy, the USA or even Saudi Arabia. Some may ask, why do you spend so much time preparing for a three-day conference, where you will discuss issues already being solved by governments and propose resolutions that will not make a real difference in the world? Well, it’s not our resolutions that are going to offer solutions, it’s us. It is the time and effort we devote just to take a small sip of what is happening around us. Model UN is a fast-growing competitive activity for many students, but to a great deal of us, it means something more. Model UN has helped us grow into responsible members of the international community, discover our futures, become confident in ourselves, and form lasting friendships with people from all over the world. It has allowed us to bring the change we want to see in the world, one resolution at a time.
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