這模擬會議為香港的學生提供了一個寶貴的機會，就著一個重要的教育議題— Transforming Education for Our Common Future，扮演不同的國家代表團參與討論。在模擬會議的首天，葉宏斌(2A)、譚文希(2B)及宋家傑(4B)同學扮演英國的代表團，講解及辨論英國如何為有特別學習需要的學生提供更多學習機會及資源。在會議的第二天，他們更發表了演講，建議了一些具創意及可持續發展的方案改善中學生網路欺凌問題。主辦單位亦向學生分享了聯合國的可持續發展目標及聯合國氣候變化大會(COP27)等的資訊。
The 1st Hong Kong Secondary School Model UNESCO Conference was successfully held on 26th and 27th November, 2022.
The MUNESCO Conference provided a valuable chance for students to play the role of delegates representing different countries to simulate meetings within the UNESCO to discuss an important issue – Transforming Education for Our Common Future. On the first day of the conference, three of our students, Yap Hong Bin (2A), Damien Vian (2B) and Jacky Sung (4B) represented Britain and presented strategies and engaged in a debate session on how the U.K. supports education especially in helping some disadvantaged children. On the second day, a case session was conducted with regard to the topic of ‘Cyberbullying in Hong Kong Secondary Schools”. Participants had to come up with an innovative and sustainable programme to combat the issue of cyberbullying by delivering a speech. The organizer also shared useful information of the Sustainable Development Goals suggested by United Nations and the 27th Conference of the Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (COP27).
Here is the list of participating schools.
Belilios Public School
Christian Alliance International School of Hong Kong
Heep Yunn School
HKUGA College, The University of Hong Kong
Holy Trinity College
Immaculate Heart of Mary College
ISF Academy College
Kiangsu Chekiang College International Section
Po Leung Kuk Camões Tan Siu Lin Primary School
Salesians of Don Bosco Ng Siu Mui Secondary School
Sha Tin Methodist College
St. Paul’s Co-educational College
St. Stephen’s Girls’ College
Throughout the conference, our students have not just enhanced their researching, critical thinking and public speaking skills but also sharpened their global perspective. Moreover, they have also learnt more about the Sustainable Development Goals advocated by the United Nations.