Caro is a member of our Team London 2015
Team London accompanied by Team Seoul was proud to represent Poland, Sweden, Lebanon, Iraq, Finland and the UK in committees such as the DISEC, the ECOSOC or the NATO just to name some out of many. Based on the five months of training that we had gone through, we took over leading positions in our committees and debated, negotiated and networked with an incredibly strong commitment. Global questions such as international Measure for Preventing Future Global Financial Crises, constructing a European Energy Union or re-negotiation, expansion and implementation of the Convention on Certain Conventional Weapons appeared on the agenda and we did it: a vast number of motions were raised, notepapers hurtled through the air and resolutions passed – our resolutions!
Three days full of excitement, enthusiasm and a bunch of other great emotions. This was LIMUN 2015. LIMUN 2015 was the highlight of all the past weeks of intense on- and offline training in debating negotiating and leadership within the be.boosted delegation. To put all the newly or deepened acquired skills into practice and to see the fruitful outcomes of this work filled all us coconuts with this awesome emotions. We really enjoyed LIMUN because it was more than interesting discussions and intense debates; it was also about networking, sharing knowledge and becoming friends with people from all over the world. All in all LIMUN 2015 was a genuinely unforgettable weekend.
So I want to say thank you at this point as well: thank you to all donors on gofoundme who helped us out with coffee in London; thank you to Erzsébet Csereklye, Johannes Elsner, Ashis Brahma (credits for the coconuts), Ariel Dora Stern and Björn Dressler for your inspiring talks and your patience with all our questions; thank you to Bain and Company and Allianz Karriere for your support and the precious time we had with you in Munich; thank you be.boosted core team for your outstanding coaching, for your guidance, for making this all happen and thank you my dearest coconuts you made the last five months to what they are now – stay as you are! Stay coconuts!