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Ria Harten

Hello delegates! My name is Ria Harten, and I am very honored to be one of the International Organization for Migration Committee chairs in PANAMUN XXXII: Raising from Adversity: Turning Challenges into Opportunities. I am a Senior at the International School of Panama, which I have attended for over ten years. While I was born in Germany, I am also Peruvian and lived in Argentina. At first glance, MUN can seem intimidating and overwhelming; however, with my experience with over four conferences, I can assure you that I have enjoyed them all! My first being the HRC committee, and as a sophomore in OMS, a Spanish committee. Besides debate, I love baking, track & field, traveling, reading, and music. I am incredibly excited to be a chair of the IOM committee and look forward to meeting you all. My past conferences have taught me that having a fun, entertaining, and respectful debate will bring out the best in delegates. I hope to bring these characteristics to our upcoming debate, and see you soon! I wish you all good luck and feel free to contact me anytime through my mail.


Salvador Miotti

Hello delegates. My name is Salvador Miotti, I am currently a junior at the International School of Panama. I’m proud to be one of the chairs of the International Organization for Migration (IOM) committee this PANAMUN XXXII. I was born in the Dominican Republic, but all my family is from Argentina. I have attended ISP for 13 years and lived in Panama for most of my life. As a delegate, I have been part of two MUN conferences, my first one being my freshman year of high school in the CCPCJ committee and as a sophomore as part of the UNEP committee. Through the conferences, I improved my debate abilities and diplomacy skills. MUN conferences are great opportunities to not only widen your knowledge but also improve your research skills and meet new people. Apart from MUN, I enjoy track and field, traveling, and skiing. In order to have a truly enriching experience, I believe that debate should be respectful, active, and entertaining. I hope to bring these qualities to our debate. Once again, I am proud and honored to be one of your chairs, I will do my best for you to have a great time at PANAMUN and learn as much as I have from these amazing conferences. Feel free to contact me for any questions.


Emma Van Hulle

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