Today marked the first day of LCMUN22. Delegates from Transition Year and 5th Year have represented ERSS and their delegations to the highest order.
Students across the country participate in Model United Nations, which involves substantial researching, public speaking, debating, and writing skills, as well as critical thinking, teamwork, and leadership abilities.
Today we listened to welcoming speeches, which initiated proceedings, then the afternoon saw an interrogation on a resolution on the Issue of Circular Poverty and its effect on Minority Groups.
Eoin Reid and Patrick O’Neill spoke eloquently in the opening speeches while Emmet Walsh took to the podium to seek clarification during an open debate of the resolution. Over the next few days, we look forward to listening to fruitful debates, engaging amendments and creating new connections.