Students Achieve Accolades at Greek Diplomats Tournament
Students from all over Greece participated in the 3rd annual Panhellenic Model United Nations
“Students as Diplomats,” that took place at Apostolos Pavlos this year. Seventeen Anatolia
students attended the conference representing various countries and offering solutions to
difficult issues, such as climate change, freedom of speech, human rights, and rights of people
with disabilities, after heated discussions and debates. More specifically, Maria Melina Kouidou,
Danai Charalampidou, and Iason Ilias Avarlis received honorable mentions for their contribution
to the Human Rights Council, the Women Rights Committee, and the Financial, Social, and
Cultural Rights Committee respectively. Maria Nefeli Kalantzi and Eleni Vargiamidou received
best diplomat awards for their work in the Human Rights Council. Ioanna Alexiadou and Dimitra
Kalevra-Vezirtzi received the best speaker award for their work in the Committee for the Rights
of the Child and the Committee for the Rights of People with Disabilities respectively.
Congratulations to all and to their coaches, Ms. Kateri and Ms. Grigoriadou.