What are Halton students saying about global issues?
We’ll find out soon.
According to a recent media release, Burlington’s Mundialization committee is hosting more than 200 student delegates from across Halton at the Model United Nations (MUN) 101 Conference on Oct. 24.
The event engages youth in global affairs and prepares them to shape the world of tomorrow.
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First-time and experienced MUN student delegates will expand their global awareness and develop their negotiating and problem-solving skills.
Paul Cadario, Distinguished Fellow in Global Innovation at the University of Toronto, is set to be a guest speaker.
The Burlington Mundialization committee is a citizen committee of Burlington city council.
“We are thrilled with the number of students eager to participate in the conference. It is a wonderful opportunity to encourage understanding of global issues through meaningful debate,” Ed Dorr, chair, Burlington Mundialization committee, said in a recent media release.
To support the goal of promoting Burlington as a global community, the United Nations subcommittee presents the third annual MUN conference.