NEW GENERATIONS ASCENDING: Between youth and politics
Policy and law have usually been established in order to catch up to the facts rather than work preemptively. But the world has changed, and the events, crises and new ideologies today are breeding grounds for issues in the future that traditional diplomatic approaches might not be able to fix. MUN offers a unique opportunity to let young people propose new ideas, introduce their own perspectives and familiarize themselves with policy-making.
New generations are therefore not only responsible for tackling the issues of the past but are also the ones making decisions that will directly affect our future. It is of utmost importance to look at current issues and challenges that might lead to potential conflicts so we can prevent them and make sure that the new generations have the best starting point possible. For this reason, it is crucial to empower them, to give them a voice and a chance to improve our complicated world.
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