Simulations: NUST students conclude model UN

Issues ranging from battling inequality to taking active responsibility for Our Home Earth were raised


APP February 05, 2017
Photo shows building of NUST Business School in Islamabad. PHOTO: EXPRESS / AFSANA AFSAR

ISLAMABAD: Students at the National University of Sciences and Technology (NUST) successfully conducted the fifth edition of the NUST International Model United Nations conference from February 2 to 5. The conference was titled, “Together towards Tomorrow”. In keeping with the tradition of addressing the most important issues of today, the debate was related to the seven Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) of UN’S 2030 agenda. Issues ranging from battling inequality to taking active responsibility for Our Home Earth were raised. More than 600 delegates from around 60 universities attended the conference. The delegates included around 60 foreign participants, making it one of the largest Model United Nations simulations in Pakistan, surpassing NUST’s previous editions.

Published in The Express Tribune, February 6th, 2017.

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