Athens College Junior High School Students Participate in 15th GCSMUN
The 15th annual Model United Nations organized by Costeas Geitonas School (CGSMUN) took place online on December 11, 12 and 13, 2020. The theme of the Conference was “Conflict Resolution in a Changing World.”.
Athens College Junior High was represented by ten 8th and 9th grade
students who were coached by their MUN Advisor, Ms. Martha Iliadou.
Representing the Kingdom of Norway, Andreas Papanastasiou, the Ambassador of our School’s mission, participated in GA1 on the “Disarmament and International
Security Committee.” The other students who participated were: Evaggelia Konstantoulaki on the “Economic and
Financial Committee” in GA2, Iosif Koropoulis on the “Social Humanitarian and
Cultural Committee” in GA3, Fragkiskos-Emmanuil Kefalogiannis on the “Special
Political and Decolonization Committee” in GA4, Aggeliki Dapsi on the
“Historical Security Council” (HSC2001),
Ariadne Michalou on the “Economic and Social Council” (ECOSOC), Georgia
Papaioannou and Mara Mprafa on the “Environmental Commission” (EC), Niki
Xanthopoulou-Sisini on the “Special Conference on Conflict Resolution in a
Changing World” (SPECON), and Anastasia Tamviskou on the Youth Assembly. The Ambassador of Athens College Junior High’s
mission distinguished himself for his overall performance and was awarded an "Honorable Mention.”
Each MUN conference is a truly unique experience as students from around the world have an opportunity to represent a specific UN member-state and to research particular issues, such as human rights, education, as well as national and international relations. At the same time, they play the role of ambassadors, form alliances, argue their viewpoints, and prepare resolutions.