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Little Angels' College has been hosting the 4th Little Angels' Model Nations (LA MUN), an annual event of the college’s GCE A Level from Monday.
The event was inaugurated by chief guest Thomas Robertson, director of United States Education Foundation (USEF) at the LAS Auditorium. According to the press statement released by the college, this year LA MUN has received a wide participation from top colleges of the valley. As many as 185 delegates and eight committees are mulling over various emergent global issues like global warming, nuclear arms, Brexit, refugee crisis, human rights and current global affairs during the event.
The three-day event has been hosing debates, arguments, discussions on effective collective measures, reconciliation methods and key solutions for burning issues that have affected people on a global level.
The closing ceremony will be held on December 20. The statement added that LAMUN is a pioneering event that creates a platform for youths to develop confidence, oratory skills, and team spirit and hone their interpersonal skills.
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