DISDH students in Cambridge

DISDH participants were involved in the committees on Health, Economy, Ecology and Environment as well as Politics and Human Rights.

Smaller than other conferences but not less well organised, the participants worked even more intensively and took the opportunity to prove their skills developed in the MUN-AG. The hard work was once again rewarded. Prizes for the best drafted resolution and the best prepared delegate was awarded to DISDH students.

Despite long conference days, the students took the opportunity to explore Cambridge. Famous for the local university, the gothic chapel of King's College and Trinity College, a history student from the university showed the DISDH visitors around and told some interesting facts.

Conclusion: CAMMUN is an interesting conference for everyone, but it is especially for MUN newcomers a perfect start and a great opportunity to get a feeling of MUN and to gain international experience.