LEIPZIG INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL
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LIS to represent Germany at the International Session in Rotterdam

The delegation of Leipzig International School qualified for the National Selection Conference of the European Youth Parliament in Hanover, which took place from 27 May to 1 June 2018.

LIS delegates and 120 other young Europeans discussed topics of international cooperation and development in Hanover. Each of the Participants contributed to the event; new friendships were closed, exciting ideas exchanged.

After a gruelling week of resolution writing, committee work, and speech writing, the delegation was ready for the two day General Assembly that took place at the ‘Niedersächsische Landtag’.

On Friday, the judges selected the winning delegation to represent Germany at the International Session in Rotterdam. It is with pride that we announce that the delegation from Leipzig International School won the right to be selected. It is with thanks and appreciation that we recognise the amazing academic achievement of each member of the delegation and Mr. Bell who accompanied, encouraged and coached the delegation. LIS students are very happy to take the next step and to represent Germany at the International Session in Rotterdam in autumn 2018.

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Busher Saleh, Committee on Industry and Research: “In an increasingly globalised world, with rapid technological advancements and extreme change, we cannot vote to leave any nation behind.”


Clara Schreiner, Committee on Environment, Public Health and Food Safety:
“In 2018, we live in a waste-based and profit-driven society that is, ultimately, destroying our oceans.”


Garen-Ohan Gregorian, Committee on Development
 “We must not lose our sight of core values and principals when tackling bad actors. Money shouldn't trump our values.”


Richard Serenkov, Committee on Foreign Affairs:
“We will not let the world turn a blind eye to the greatest global issue facing our society any longer.”


Henry Fahrenkamp, Committee on Human Rights:
“We are taking strides towards reducing the need for organ donations, thereby attacking the very foundations of the black market itself.”

 


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