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Schools from across the area took part in the annual Tunbridge Wells Model United Nations on Friday 29th November 2019.

Excited and nervous (sometimes in equal measure), students quickly filled the Town Hall with noise and chatter. When the debates began, an impressive array of arguments were put forth by delegations from across the globe (and the alphabet) from Australia to Yemen.

The three area for discussion (climate change, land & water use, and international cooperation) were hotly debated and resolutions out. Ably supported by an efficient secretariat and every word analysed and dissected by the eagle-eyed broadsheet and tabloid press.

All-in-all it was a hugely successful day.

Thanks to Tunbridge Wells Town Council for the use of the Town Hall, all the delegates, Secretariat, and Press for all their hard work, and to the teaching staff who supported the students.

Finally, an special thanks is given to our wonderful coordinator Ms Johnson for all the hard-work and dedication she puts in to make the TWMUNGA work so well.

Agreed Resolutions

Climate Change
Land and Water Use
International Cooperation

2019 President

We are delighted to announce that Alex Galpin will be President for the 2019 Tunbridge Wells Model United Nations General Assembly.

Alex is studying Politics and Philosophy at Edinburgh University, where he is taking part in university level MUNGAs.

An ex-Skinners students, Alex was US delegate in 2017 and Committee Chair in 2018.

74th Session of the UN General Assembly

With all the global challenges before the countries of the world, the latest session of the UN General Assembly is more important than ever.

The UN has released its own briefing document for the General Assembly. This is a key document, and of great value, to those about to embark upon preparations for the Tunbridge Wells Model United General Assembly in November 2019.

Of great importance too, is the position of the most powerful country in the world – the United States of America. Here is there response to the upcoming General Assembly.