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Model United Nations is a debating and role play activity. Students form delegations to represent the various member states of the UN. They research about their designated countries throughout the year so that they are able to reflect accurately the views of those countries in debates on a range of contemporary issues, ranging from politics and the environment to health and human rights.
At the end of the academic session, school holds a two-day conference. Debates in the conference are conducted according to official UN procedures.
At this year`s conference, for example, students will be undertaking different topics as diverse as Nuclear weapons, the situation in Syria, climate change and the rights of the disabled, threat posed by terrorism, and so on.