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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. 1,567 more words

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Guest Blogger! David Withers: Youth Leadership is Global Inspiration

A friend of mine asked me recently if I might publish an article, that he had written, on my blog. I was happy to take a look at it and see if the content would be suitable to share with my few, but fantastic, followers. 361 more words


Model United Nations: A Small Business

There are two typical forms of the activity known as Model United Nations (MUN): traditional and crisis. Traditional MUN, begun at UC Berkley in 1953… 776 more words


AMUN: Albanian Model United Nations

Since September 2014, my site-mate Chuck and I have been working together with a group of nine high school students for Model United Nations. I have mentioned our work before in… 642 more words

Model UN Representative explores Peru’s Political Perspectives

Lightmary Flores


During Model United Nations of the Far West 65th Conference this past weekend, students had the opportunity to participate in an insightful debate experience on global issues from a multitude of perspectives. 349 more words


Senior Spotlight: Abby TerHaar

As TCU’s commencement ceremony quickly approaches, we will be featuring current TCU seniors to show their plans for after graduation. With the wealth of professional opportunities available to students in Dallas-Fort Worth, across the United States, and around the world, TCU graduates are truly doing amazing things! 274 more words

Montessori Model United Nations: In Their Own Words

by Paran Quigley and Jen McGonagle, Inly Middle School Teachers and MMUN Advisors

In this series of articles, the Inly Middle School Model UN Team describes various facets of their experience at Montessori Model United Nations (MMUN) in New York City. 539 more words

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