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White Dove Students at NHSMUN


Six students of The White Dove Schools, Lekki, Lagos, recently participated at this year’s National High School Model United Nations (NHSMUN.)

NHSMUN is the world’s largest UN model conference for secondary school students. The programme is usually attended by hundreds of schools, together with thousands of delegates attending from around the world.
Established in 1975, NHSMUN is known for its diverse, prestigious attendees, its world-class staff, and its engaging committee simulations of proven substantive quality.

The event provides students with opportunities to interact with high profile, relevant United Nations figures, including an in-person visit with diplomatic representatives of the countries the students represent.The White Dove students were given a challenge, using Chad as a case study.

The Director of The White Dove Schools, Mrs. Oluwayemisi Adekoya said: “The students’ participation was aimed at exposing them to international affairs and diplomacy, as the event promotes critical thinking, public speaking and confidence, thereby giving them the opportunity to proffer solutions to global issues.”

The director explained that the conference offered the students opportunity to network, exchange ideas and contribute to the process of finding solutions to global issues, especially those pertaining to youths, among others.  

The White Dove School is a private co-educational day and boarding institution that offers outstanding all-round education of international standards to children between the ages of two and 18.  The School is committed to providing complete education in a purpose-built learning environment, where the children are encouraged to excel intellectually, socially, morally and spiritually.

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