LMRL-HOPEclub organisiert Model United Nation Konferenz LuxMUN 2018

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Der Countdown läuft: Seit 2014 reisen Schüler des LMRL zu internationalen MUN (Model United Nation) Konferenzen – jetzt organisiert unser HOPE Club selber die erste MUN in Luxemburg: LuxMUN 2018 zum Thema “Hope for Peace”. Vom 1. – 5. Februar 2018 debattieren Jungen und Mädchen im Alter von 17-19 Jahren aus Deutschland, Belgien, Spanien, Polen, der Slowakei und Luxemburg in folgenden Komitees:

 

·         General Assembly: The Rohingya refugee crisis in Myanmar
·         Human Rights Council: The issue of the Kurdish minority in the Near and Middle East
·         Security Council: The issue of the increasing nuclear threat in a globalized world
·         Special Historical Security Council (in French): Le génocide au Ruanda en 1994

 

Die Schüler des HOPE Clubs (HOPE steht für Human Opportunities for Peace in Europe), unseres aktuellen Erasmus+-Projekts unter der Leitung der Lehrerinnen Sandra Droste und Sandra Galli, bereiten schon seit Beginn des laufenden Schuljahrs eifrig die Konferenz vor, haben Einladungen verschickt, erstellen Study Guides und planen das Freizeit-Programm. Die ausländischen Schüler sind in Gastfamilien untergebracht und sollen neben den politischen Debatten Land und Leute Luxemburgs kennenlernen.

LMRL HOPEclub organises Model United Nation Conference LuxMUN 2018

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The countdown has started: Since 2014, LMRL students have been travelling to international MUN (Model United Nation) conferences – now our HOPE club is organising the first MUN in Luxembourg: LuxMUN 2018 on the topic “Hope for Peace”. From 1st to  5th February 2018, boys and girls aged 17-19 from Germany, Belgium, Spain, Poland, Slovakia and Luxembourg will debate in the following committees:
·         General Assembly: The Rohingya refugee crisis in Myanmar
·         Human Rights Council: The issue of the Kurdish minority in the Near and Middle East
·         Security Council: The issue of the increasing nuclear threat in a globalized world
·         Special Historical Security Council (in French): Le génocide au Ruanda en 1994

 

Since the beginning of this school year, students of our HOPE club (HOPE stands for Human Opportunities for Peace in Europe), our current Erasmus+ project led by teachers Sandra Droste and Sandra Galli, have been diligently preparing the event, sending out invitations, working on study guides and planning the culture and leisure programme. Accommodation for the foreign students will be with host families, and further to the timetable of political debates, the students will get to know the country of Luxemburg and its people.

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