With over 370 participants from 19 schools, OBSMUN began this Thursday at Oporto Vilar Hotel. For 3 days, delegates engaged in debates, negotiations, and discussions on various international issues, aiming to find solutions and draft resolutions for the problems presented.

They addressed issues such as the inflation crisis and unemployment caused by AI (ECOSOC Committee); the human rights of the Uyghurs in China and the abuses in the Israel-Hamas conflict (HR Committee); human genome editing in advanced public health systems; approved care for induced abortions and the problematic rising suicide rates in developed countries (WHO simulation); nuclear disarmament within the scope of the Russian-Ukraine Conflict; illicit trade of weapons of mass destruction in the Middle East and the regulation of firearms within civilian scope (DISEC committee) and the peace negotiations in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and stabilisation of the Indo-China region (Security Council).

A special thank you to our keynote and guest speakers, Samantha Jones and Tomás Koehler, for inspiring the participants with their speeches.

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