Human Rights Council
1. International Abolition of the Death Penalty
2. Protecting the Rights of Migrant Workers
Stella Tsantekidou is a Law and Politics student at Queen Mary university of London. Before following her destiny in London, Stella was residing in Greece were she graduated from the International Baccalaureate diploma program of Anatolia College of Thessaloniki. She has extensive experience in Model United Nations (28 conferences), so far having participated in almost all available positions varying from administrative staff to Secretariat officer. She has been selected as a member of the Greek National team to debate in international forums and conferences of the European Youth Parliament and has so far participated in events in Greece, Turkey, Estonia and Switzerland. She held the position of the Secretary at the QMUL MUN society and was the elected President and Secretary General of its conference for the year 2013/2014. She has been elected as Welfare Representative and Societies Officer of the Mile End campus of Queen Mary University of London. Finally she was the Under Secretary General for Chairing in the Secretariat of London International Model United Nations (LIMUN) 2014. As a sidenote - her favourite drink is a dirty Martini but she will settle for a Grey Goose on the rocks.
I'm Anastasia, about to graduate with an MA Arts & Heritage: Policy, Management and Education from Maastricht University (located in the south of Holland), an hold a BA Ancient History from the University of Nottingham. This will be my first HolyLand and it at time in Israel and I cannot wait to see this beautiful country and the upcoming lively debates. I am looking forward to meeting y'all in the upcoming months! Shalom!
Eugene graduated from the University of Ghana in June 2014, with concentration in Philosophy, Classics and Adult Education. He seeks to further my education in international relations hence his participation in Model UNs. This year’s Holyland MUN conference promises to be great and he is looking forward to having the best of fun whiles learning in the course of contributing his little quota to the success of the conference, “for today we model the UN, tomorrow, we will be it”. He is incredibly excited to see all of his delegates this coming July.