Press Corps 

Nowadays we await eagerly to consume our news daily, we always want to stay relevant and up to date. We can see and read the same news in a different light and different angles from various news agencies, both local and global. Journalists are eager to tell their own truth and make the world a better place. So, what would happen when issues like Climate Change and Terrorism take the main spotlight? It is no different in the Model United Nations world, in the fast pace debating and resolution-making we must keep the information flowing.

 

The Press Corps will use its tools – writing articles, interviewing Chairs and Delegates and more to get the most important information to everyone, because we all have the right to know! Just as the media has the power to determine what is going to be talked about and what agenda to push, so can you! Use your power, affect the committee rooms and bring (your) truth to the open! If you share that journalist passion and looking for a different mun experience YOU'RE HIRED!

 

The Press Corps format will work differently than regular committees, but Press Corps journalists should still be familiar with the basic RoP. 

 

 

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Diletta has recently graduated in International Relations for Development and Cooperation at the University of Turin, Italy, and is now about to start a Master’s Degree in Urban Studies. After having attended several national and international conferences both as delegate, chair, press and faculty advisor, she currently serves as the Vice President of M.S.O.I. Torino, her local society. She is very excited to come back to TLVMUN for the third time and she is looking forward to working with this committee! 

 

Álvaro Salgado Carranza is a Student of Law, International Studies and Economics at the Carlos III University of Madrid, this year he started studying Philosophy at UNED. He has participated in several MUNs in the Spanish and international circuits both as a Chair and as a Delegate. He is currently working in the Secretariat of the Model of Economic Institutions Madrid 2020. Gold medal in two editions of the Philosophical Olympiad of Castilla y León, bronze in the Ibero-American Olympiad of Philosophy, silver in the Spanish and International Olympiad of Philosophy, he collaborates weekly in radio and he has been Speaker in TEDxYouth. He is a member of the University Leadership School having been a participant in the XIII Edition of Becas Europa. He is tremendously excited and has many expectations about TLVMUN, hoping to collaborate to make this a memorable edition.  

 

Patricia Solomon is from Israel and a first year student at Tel Aviv University, where She studies Hebrew as well as English literature in hopes of becoming an editor. Patricia is a former Opera singer but is currently dedicated to the written word. This Patricia’s first year experiencing MUN, and so far she’s been a delegate at the TauMUN mini conference, and recently at LiMUN in London. Patricia is extremely excited to have you all experience this well thought of conference as well her amazing home country.