A group of our MUN Club members spent the first few days of their Songkran vacation engaged in rigorous debates about significant global issues at THAIMUN V. The largest international conference here in Thailand, THAIMUN is renowned for its large international student attendance of over 300 students and unique committees, such as United States Congressional Committee (USCC) and Historical Crisis Committee (HCC).
With 11 committees in total, there was a variety of important issues discussed, from the use of fossil fuels and alternative energy sources to gun control in the United States. Thirteen of our club members attended the conference and played a variety of roles as delegates, chairs, presidents of ICJ, and even U.S. President Pro Tempore Orin Hatch! Their knowledge of global issues and bravery were put to the test in various settings.
We are proud of our students for once again representing Wells at this prestigious event. A very special congratulations goes to Rishab Tandon (G12) for winning ‘Best Delegate’ of the International Court of Justice!
Tags: Model United Nations,MUN,THAIMUN