Students Represent Greenwood at the UofT Model UN Conference

Mark Auger, Teacher, English and CWS
From February 9 to 11, Greenwood students in the Model UN Club braved the warm and sunny weather to head indoors. Within, they participated in either the UN Nutrition or the African Union committee, exploring topics like the food crisis, the elimination of malnutrition, the implementation of new technologies and the emerging tourism industry. Greenwood students represented Indonesia, Chad, Libya and Mauritania.
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