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Model UN: lesser-known club

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    Fans of debate and critical thinking, or anyone else with a passion for politics, should take a look at Park Vista’s Model United Nations club. Supervised by Mrs. Breckon, the club meets to discuss international issues from a variety of different global viewpoints. Each student will take on the role of a different country within the United Nations to research and represent the country’s perspective.

 

    The club’s goal is to come up with resolutions, which are written documents that propose how issues should be addressed to accommodate all nations involved. Some of the topics the club will discuss are women’s rights, water quality and accessibility and refugees.

 

    “Our students have a vision and I feel grateful to be apart of it”, said Mrs. Breckon, “Students can see and understand perspectives other than their own.”

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