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The e-conference was attended by 1,000 global representatives from 62 schools in 20 countries, including Australia, Japan, the United States, the United Kingdom, Uganda, South Africa, the United Arab Emirates, Poland, Hong Kong, Indonesia and Egypt. Governor Ganesha Lal was present at the inaugural session. “It’s amazing to see students’ involvement in connecting with the world as a family. Children, you have come into existence as a Mahatma, the god who brought you into existence is our Basudev Kutumbakam, to spread that light in one world, one family, ”the governor said at the conference.
Dame Barbara Woodward, the UK’s Permanent Representative to the United Nations, said: “If the United Nations is going to make a real difference in the real world, then the United Nations must be a place where everyone can come together and find a solution to the planet’s 21st century. The challenge. ”
Silpi Sahu, co-founder and chairperson of SAI International Education Group, said: , Will build confidence and enhance their twenty-first century learning skills.
Asim Muhammad Selim of Al Khojama International School in Saudi Arabia said, “I had a real interest when this idea was introduced to me in my school. Since I had little idea about Model UN, it was easy for me to pick it up from there. My committee background.” The materials have been prepared and we have got excellent mentors for all the delegates.The mega event helps the students to learn about diplomacy, international relations, UN and peaceful conflict resolution as they represent different countries.