De Bacci Family Attends Arab Youth International Model United Nations in Dubai

De Bacci Family attended the Arab Youth International Model United Nations in Dubai.

“Arab Youth International Model United Nations (AYIMUN) is a recognized United Nations Simulation Conference and an exciting opportunity for the youth to foster dialogue on creating change and building peace worldwide.   

During the conference, delegates from around the world came together to debate on the rising global issues, draft resolutions in response to the problems, and collaborate with others who are equally motivated and passionate in creating the change.

Young delegates had the opportunity to recreate the sessions at the UN and represent their assigned countries as diplomats, addressing sensitive political issues of today.

Government officials, UN representatives, ambassadors, professors and mentors joined the young delegates at the conference providing guidance and advice.

Countess Elena De Dacci and Countessina Anna De Bacci attended the event on behalf of De Bacci Family.

Countessina Anna De Bacci commented:

We are truly delighted to having attended such a wonderful conference. It was a pleasure to see hundreds of young people working together towards finding sustainable solutions to the issues our world is facing today.

We express our appreciation to the AYIMUN for creating this large active youth community that aspires to bring peace and prosperity across all nations. May God bless this beautiful initiative!

“Blessed are the peacemakers:for they shall be called the children of God.”

Matthew 5:9

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