WFUNA is excited to announce the 2019 editions of WIMUN New York and Geneva were awarded the Best Large Model United Nations Conference Award by MyMUN. As the award is 100% based on participant feedback, we want to thank all of our participants who chose WFUNA.
With schools and borders closed amidst the COVID-19 pandemic, WFUNA has been working hard the past few months to implement and launch several online programs for a range of age groups. The safety and wellbeing of our participants is extremely important, however we want to give the chance to remain engaged in WFUNA programs while remaining socially responsible.
Mission Possible is offering two online programs that challenge high school students across the globe to connect virtually, collaborate across cultures and engage in meaningful action!
Advancing Agenda 2030 Together: Partnerships and Youth - Mission Possible holds 5th annual Agents of Change Conference in New York
The Agents of Change Conference was held at the United Nations Headquarters in New York City from February 5th to 7th. The annual event welcomed thirty students and teachers who completed the Mission Possible program to participate in educational sessions and present the results of projects they have implemented that focus on the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
“For years we have seen signs of our depleting natural resources, as well as the increasing pressure of human needs on our Earth. We have to find a solution to this, and this solution needs to be permanent – this is what we call sustainable development.” Aadithya Athreya, a student from Vidyashilp Academy, spoke to his peers, faculty, parents, and stakeholders that attended the WFUNA Mission Possible Closing Ceremony about the importance of sustainable development.
WFUNA Celebrates its Fourth Mission Possible Closing Ceremony
New York, NY – On March 29, the World Federation of United Nations Associations (WFUNA) organizes another Mission Possible: India Closing Ceremony to celebrate and congratulate students that have successfully completed its flagship Global Citizenship Education program, Mission Possible.
WFUNA’s flagship Global Citizenship Education program, Mission Possible, concludes another successful International Agents of Change Conference.
NEW YORK, NY – From January 28-30th, the World Federation of United Nations Associations (WFUNA) hosted its fourth Mission Possible International Agents of Change Conference, on the theme of Youth Action for Inclusiveness and Equality in the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
Agents of Change celebrated their achievements at the Closing Ceremony in Singapore.
SINGAPORE, 17 September 2018 – The Closing Ceremony of WFUNA’s Mission Possible Programme Cycle in Singapore was held on 12 September 2018 at Nexus International School. It convened students from Hwa Chong International School, Nexus International School and Tanglin Trust School. Students presented the projects developed as part of the program curriculum and shared the knowledge and experiences gathered over the last year. There were a total of nine presentations.