Welcome from our Atlanta 2015 Secretary-General:

Monique C. Atherley - Secretary-General - SRMUN Atlanta 2015

Placards Dear Delegates, Faculty Advisors, and Friends and Supporters of SRMUN,

It is with great esteem that I extend welcome to you on behalf of SRMUN. After celebrating 25 wonderful years of promoting global thinking, diplomacy, education, and impact, we are excited to start the journey to the next 25 years of service through education with you. As an alumna from the SRMUN program, I can attest to how life-changing the experience of participating in the Conference can be. As a staff, we hope to create a Model UN experience at this conference that will be memorable and a jump-start to future work in leadership and advocacy at your campuses and in your communities. Whether you are a seasoned SRMUN veteran or you have never attended our conference before, I invite you to explore the SRMUN website to learn more about our history, conference facilities, and the committees offered.

SRMUN is the premier MUN conference serving schools across the nation. We aim to challenge our delegates to think out of the box in order to develop creative and impactful responses to real time issues. This year, our SRMUN Atlanta 2015 Conference is appropriately themed "Unifying Our Global Community Through Humanitarian Collaboration", where we will examine ways that humanitarian collaboration has effectively impacted forward movements and hope also to explore how we can harness the momentum to do the same.

Unifying Our Global Community Through Humanitarian Collaboration
"More than ever before in human history, we share a common destiny. We can master it only if we face it together". Acknowledging the Honorable Kofi Annan's thought, recent occurrences in our global community have demonstrated and reminded us that plight, disparity, and forms of oppression are not isolated to any one locale or political power. Looking through the lens of mobilization and the power in collective movement, we hope to examine ways that humanitarian collaboration has effectively impacted forward movements and explore how we can harness that momentum to do the same.

On behalf of the SRMUN Board of Directors and the Atlanta 2015 Staff, thank you for looking at SRMUN and please feel free to contact us for questions or concerns.

Monique C. Atherley
Secretary-General
SRMUN Atlanta 2015
sg_atlanta@srmun.org

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