Delegate Spotlight

By OLIKA DANIEL GODSON, DIE WELT

As Conference reached its climactic stage by the third session yesterday, we got down with some of HNMUN 2016’s delegate for a short interview. This article – a product of the interviews conducted –  offers us a peek into the lives of some of the delegates. Enjoy!

Paola Sastre

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Paola is Venezuelan from the Universidad Metropolitana. She is in the Committee of Science and Technology for Development, representing Austria. When asked about her general satisfaction with the Conference on a scale of 1-5 she generously rates it a 10!

Alan Petz

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Alan is Mexican and attends the Universidad Autonoma de Nuevo Leon – Facilitat de Dereche Y Criminologia. He is in the NGO Program and is representing the Freedom House. When asked about his general satisfaction with the conference, he rates it a 4.5 on a 5-point scale.

Samuel Diaz

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Samuel is Venezuelan and attends the Universidad Metropolitana. He is Paola’s partner at the Committee for Science and Technology for Development, representing Austria. Samuel says he is extremely satisfied with the Conference thus far and rates it a 4.5 on a 5-point scale.

Louis Gagny

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Louis is French and is representing Mexico in the Special Political and Decolonization Committee.

Luis Abayon

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Luis is the Head Delegate of the delegation from Universidad Simon Bolivar. He is Venezuelan and is representing Chile in the Community of Latin American and Caribbean States.

Dahn Bi Lee – Hong

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Dahn is American from Simmons College. She is representing South Korea in the United Nations Human Rights Council. She rates her general satisfaction with the Confereence a 4.75 on a 5-point scale.

Cindy Chang

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Cindy is Venezuelan and attends the Universidad Simon Bolivar. She is in the Committee of Science and Technology for Development, representing Chile. On a 5-point scale, she rates her general satisfaction with the Conference a 4.

Thank you for reading.

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