At IMMUNS, we don’t want delegates to simply debate about ongoing issues across the globe, instead we want them to have an actual hands-on impact in the community. Because of this, each year we provide delegates with the opportunity to participate in a community service activity, to truly make it happen.
Activity with a non-profit civil organization, dedicated to creating and conserving, the urban forest heritage of Mexican cities using the continuous human support of private companies, public entities and civil society. Volunteers will receive a lesson from Reforestación Extrema on how to plant trees, and will then proceed to actually plant them.
Activity 2: Painting a mural and visiting kids @ Eduardo Caballero, a public low-income school
Painting a mural in the public school Eduardo Caballero with the purpose of encouraging students that attend this school to live their lives as global citizens. Before painting the mural there will be activities with the children to teach them about the United Nations and its purpose. We have ice-breakers planned out already, but please make sure to come prepared to talk about the UN and its importance.
Here are some examples of projects we have offered at past simulations, such as in IMMUNS 2019:
Delegates visited Casa Monarca, a safe haven for refugees, to learn about their work, hear from refugees themselves, and help with food distribution.
Eduardo Caballero Mural Painting
Delegates had the opportunity to help paint multiple murals at a public school near ASFM.
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com if you have any questions regarding involvement in this year’s projects.