The Pierce MUN Club is organizing the 3rd ACGMUN, from Friday, April 5th to Sunday, April 7th, 2019.
For more information, please visit the website ACGMUN .
At the following link you can see the approval for hosting the Conference by the Ministry of Education, the program and agenda of ACGMUN.
The theme of ACGMUN 2019 is Digital Citizenship and this will involve all the participants in Committees such as: Social, Humanitarian and Cultural Committee, Special Political and Decolonization Committee, Environmental Commission, Legal Committee, Economic and Social Committee, as well as Specialized Agencies, such as the World Health Organization, the UN Security Council and the International Court of Justice.
Secretary General: Eleftherios Staikos (Pierce – The American College of Greece)
Deputy Secretary General: Nikolas Stamatopoulos (German School of Athens)
President of the General Assembly: Orsalia Toutouza (Moraitis School)
Deputy President of the GA: Georgia Kapopoulou (Pierce – The American College of Greece)
At the 2nd ACGMUN (16 – 18 Μαρτίου 2018) a total of over 300 students from 20 schools from Greece and abroad (the Netherlands, Turkey, India and Cyprus) representing a total of 54 countries, under the guidance of 36 faculty advisors. Pierce students took part in all the Committees, organized the Conference and volunteered to offer their services on all three days:
Secretary General: Michael Moschos
Deputy Secretary General: Sophia Chavele Dastamani
Student Officers in UN Councils and Committees:
Pelia Manteli, Konstantina Chronopoulou, Dimitris Beis and Maria Kollia
Student Officers in non-GA Committees:
Vasilis Stravoudakis, Georgia Kapopoulou, Kallirroi Malta and Eleftherios Staikos
Best Delegate GA4 (Political Committee): Anna Mikrou
Best Delegate GA6 (Legal Committee): Evelina Mavropoulou
Distinction (World Health Organization): Ioanna Anthouli
Best Delegate (Economic and Social Council): Marilia Pavlidou
Distinction (Economic and Social Council): Emmelia Kokolaki
Distinction (Environmental Commission): Alois Stravoudaki
Distinction (Security Council): Spyros Kontos
Best Judge, Distinction (International Court of Justice): Penny Argyri
The MUN Club is one of the over 60 Pierce student clubs and has been active since 2013, with dynamic participation in conferences in Greece and abroad. This year’s very successful organization at Pierce utilizes not only the experience and facilities of the school, but also the anthropocentric tradition of the School, which has played a decisive role in humanitarian crises in modern Greek history.
MUN conferences are an invaluable experience for students, as they encourage students to be informed and aware of important aspects of current issues, and to broaden their knowledge as future citizens of the world. At the same time, these conferences give students the opportunity to develop skills in public speaking and debate, to hone their skills in diplomacy. They bring together students from all over the world, from different countries and environments.
It is a long-standing institution that has its roots in the 1920s and offers students the unique opportunity to function as diplomats – delegates of countries and to endeavor to find solutions to problems facing the international community, through the political perspective of each country.