Real world training for youth leaders

“This year we had a geographical, ethnical, disability-inclusive participant list,” says Shilu Subba of EIMUN. “We had two visually impaired people, people from public and private schools, and delegates from Karnali to the Tarai region.”

The Model United Nations programs may appear glamorous, but it is hard work and comes with a set of challenges too, delegates are required to put themselves in the shoes of world leaders, think quickly, solve problems that have not yet been addressed properly with an unbiased perspective, write multiple resolutions and reach a resounding agreement.

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