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(P.S. I will write something about those topics too :) )
Well, I was in senior high school when I first joined a conference in Thessaloniki. Our English teacher was passionate about MUNs as she thought that it is a very good practice for speaking. That time, I knew that I wanted to study political science, so when she introduced us what the conference was about I was like ''Let's go for it''. As Mun was a ''privilege'' for private schools in Thessaloniki, we were working for weeks in our topics, we were fully prepared as we were the only public school. The time had arrived, even though we were very anxious about the procedure, we were soon a team, underage students passionate about the same ideas, having the same feelings.
We left with two awards and new experiences, new friends above all. I still meet those friends in other events, some of them are fellow students and we have great conversations for human rights and political affairs. Unfortunately, I haven't been in any MUN conference since I started my studies even though I have participated in two Models of the Hellenic Parliament and I plan to join ThessISMUN and BISMUN next year.