See you next year!
See you next year! (Carmen López)
There are more child refugees in Europe than at any point since the end of the second world war. As children flee from war and disaster, borders across Europe are closing and making their journeys even more dangerous and difficult. These are some of the objects I have learned from this incredible experience. I wish it didn’t end but we have to admit URJCmun 2019 has finished.
If something has made clear it is that when war breaks out or disaster strikes, children lose their schools, their homes and their families. Their access to water, food and shelter is seriously affected and they are left more vulnerable to abuse and exploitation.These four days the Unicef Committee has worked very hard to provide children and their families with the care, supplies and protection that could save their lives. Helping communities to recover as quickly as possible and prepare them for the future is an objective that every country should know. That means making sure children can continue their education and have access to the services that will give them the chance to not only survive but to thrive.
It has been a pleasure to share ideas with all of you, to see how people is involved with the social welfare and to learn amazing things from the delegates, who will achieve their goal in a very close future.
This edition has finished but we are very sure next edition will be as incredible as this one. Start to prepare yourself for the best University experience and aim high!
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Alba Bartolomé, chronicler in UNICEF.