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Hi!

 

I need some help. I 've already organized CAS project (school chess tournament).  However, some my friends are planning to organize Model UN. Now, some students could use this for CAS. Is there any event simillar to MUN or EYP (educational conferention or something similar, competition or lectures) that could be organised by 17 and 18 year old students. I gained some expirence, and contacts with some NGOs and sponsors, so funding and organisng materials, food and hotels should not be concern (as I helped my friends with MUN). Feel free to suggest anything even a bit fitting description.

Thanks :)

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Debate tournaments and moots/mock trials are excellent extracurriculars, and shouldn't be too difficult to organize. Mooting/mock trials aren't directly related to international policy like MUN/EYP are, but as a part of both debate and MUN in my school, the two have numerous similarities.

I have a friend who has started an NGO that organizes tournaments and teaches debating to kids all over Malaysia, if you're interested in the sound of it, I could give you his contact for any advice. 

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21 hours ago, dhirajsnarula said:

Debate tournaments and moots/mock trials are excellent extracurriculars, and shouldn't be too difficult to organize. Mooting/mock trials aren't directly related to international policy like MUN/EYP are, but as a part of both debate and MUN in my school, the two have numerous similarities.

I have a friend who has started an NGO that organizes tournaments and teaches debating to kids all over Malaysia, if you're interested in the sound of it, I could give you his contact for any advice. 

Moots/mock trials are not things many would be interested. However, organizing NGO of some kind is something we would like to do. Please send me more information on message here or on my e-mail: [email protected]

Thanks!

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