For two days, ES4, ES5 and ES6 students debated in a very respectful and professional manner in different EMUN committees, held at St. Catherine’s Moorlands College (Tortuguitas). St. George’s College Quilmes represented Japan, Vietnam and North Korea, which meant a rigorous academic preparation. Not only did they learn about contemporary international relations, but also expanded their knowledge of other cultures, as they were forced to abandon their personal opinions and discover the very different ways that countries can approach the same problems. Their high academic and humanitarian performance, as well as their commitment, allowed the students to achieve very good results in the General Assembly on the last day. Congratulations to all who took part in this event! More photos here.