PUNE: Students from MSB Education, Pune, along with many others from the across the country, participated in the Harvard Model United Nations (HMUN) Boston.
It brought together over 3,300 like-minded high school students from 50 nations across the globe to deliberate and discuss global challenges.
The Worldview Education’s Future Leaders’ Programme presented students from across India with the opportunity to attend HMUN Boston, 2019.
Issues ranging from protecting the rights of prisoners of war to reducing violence and harassment against women were discussed here.
Students from MSB Education, Pune, JBCN International School, Mumbai, St Gregorios High School, Mumbai, Bhavan’s Vidya Mandir, Eroor and Girinagar, Indus International School, Bangalore, Choithram International School, Indore and Yadavindra Public School, Mohali, were a part of the Future Leaders’ Programme.
Sampreeth Reddy, CEO of Worldview Education, said, “Worldview believes in the positive power for change fostered by the sustainable development goals, which lie at the crux of international development, cooperation, and global education. At HMUN Boston, students took on the roles of diplomats, presidents, and prime ministers, and challenged themselves to debate and negotiate solutions for real-world problems that today’s leaders still struggle with.”