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BRAC Keeps Working Hard

BRAC Keeps Working Hard

By STEPHANY MUÑOZ DOT, PEOPLE’S DAILY Aysan Berfu Yurdakul, from Bahcesehir University in Istanbul, represents BRAC (Bangladesh Rural Advancement Committee) at the HNMUN. She shared some of her experience at…

UNHRC COSTA RICA

UNHRC COSTA RICA

By ANA MARÍA VASCONEZ, THE GUARDIAN   - According to documentation the term refugee defines any human who is stateless, has no true citizenship and has been forced out of…

Profiles in Courage: Chairs Kat Ebright and Lexi Smith

Profiles in Courage: Chairs Kat Ebright and Lexi Smith

By JOHN SUNUNU, AGENCE FRANCE-PRESSE Names and Positions: Kat Ebright, Chair, and Lexi Smith, Assistant Director Hometowns: North Brunswick, New Jersey and Decatur, Georgia Studies: Social Studies and Environmental Science/Public Policy…

Who is behind the HNMUN administration? Meet Bennett Vogt

Who is behind the HNMUN administration? Meet Bennett Vogt

By JUAN DIEGO GARCIA, THE PEOPLE’S DAILY It has been one year since the last edition of the Harvard National Model United Nations (HNMUN), which took place at the Boston…

Israel Protecting their Journalist – By Susan Binchy,Haaretz

Israel Protecting their Journalist – By Susan Binchy,Haaretz

A key issue that Israel wish to address is Journalistic freedom. A topic of discussion for The Social, Humanitarian and Cultural committee. Israel features a lively, pluralistic media environment in…

DISEC Blocks Draw a Clear Line on Solutions to Ethnic Conflict

DISEC Blocks Draw a Clear Line on Solutions to Ethnic Conflict

By JESSE JAMES STEELE, AL JAZEERA As the topic of ethnic conflict is examined closely by the nations on the Disarmament and International Security (DISEC) council, block positions have begun…

Second Kyrgyzstan Revolution receives visit from former ambassador

Second Kyrgyzstan Revolution receives visit from former ambassador

By YENA SEO, THE WASHINGTON POST While discussing the many issues plaguing Kyrgyzstan in the wake of violent ethnic conflict within the country, the delegates in the Second Kyrgyzstan Revolution:…

PROFILE: Legal’s UK delegate Manuela Kurkaa

PROFILE: Legal’s UK delegate Manuela Kurkaa

By ANAÏS VOSKI, THE GUARDIAN The United Kingdom is leading the legal discussion on terrorism, and we’re undoubtedly in good hands. The Guardian spoke to UK delegate Manuela Kurkaa, who…

Freedom of press becomes central topic for SOCHUM

Freedom of press becomes central topic for SOCHUM

By YENA SEO, WASHINGTON POST In the wake international debate over freedom of speech and freedom of expression just weeks after the attacks on French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo, the…

Imperial Domination and Pushback in the World Health Organization

Imperial Domination and Pushback in the World Health Organization

By JOHN SUNUNU, AGENCE FRANCE-PRESSE Normally a quiet, orderly, and scientifically minded community, the World Health Organization committee at the sixty-first iteration of Harvard National Model United Nations is currently anything…