Park Tudor’s International Model United Nations delegation leaves Friday January 20th to represent the state of Kuwait at The Hague- the international city of justice and home to the International Court of Justice and the International Criminal Court. The conference runs Jan 20-28 and we will update you daily on the fortunes of our delegates!
Twelve seniors, along with Upper School faculty members Peter Smith and Deborah Tompkins, are headed to The Hague, Netherlands tomorrow (Friday, January 20) to participate in The Hague International Model UN. Park Tudor is one of only nine schools in the U.S. regularly invited to participate in this five-day simulation of the United Nations, in which high-school students worldwide discuss, negotiate and debate solutions to the various problems of the world. The Park Tudor team will be representing the country of Kuwait and this year’s theme is “Seas and Oceans.”
This year, you will have the opportunity to read their reports from the conference on the PT Model UN Blog. Visit daily to follow their adventures!
Student participants are: Andoni Alanis-Cue, Catherine Braun, Armando Caceres, Sarah Cohn, Nihanth Damera, Hannah Ladendorf, Sammy Patterson, Michael Pheffer, Jack Rardon, Lauren St. Clair, Joey Whitaker and Alex Young. The group will return to Indianapolis on Saturday evening, January 28.