|Post Date: Dec. 11, 2018|
Six of Cambridge International Academy's students enjoyed the exoerience in the Cedarbrae C.I. Model United Nations Conference (CCIMUN) on Thursday, December 6th, 2018.
The conference consisted of an opening ceremony, followed by sessions of productive debate, and ending with a closing/awards ceremony. CCIMUN provided participants with an opportunity to explore contemporary challenges our world faces through debating and proposing solutions from the point of view of an assigned country, while gaining an awareness of international relations.
All six students from Cambridge International Academy participated in the World Health Organization and each of them represented for one country, including Albania, Cuba, Iceland, Mali, Poland and Tanzania.
Their topics are "Unsafe Abortion", "Malaria" and "Child Immunization"; in order to gain benifits for "their country", students prepared a "Position Paper" to stand for their standpoint. After discussing those topics during the meeting by severial "motions", they came up with three "Draft Resolution" to deal with those problems.