The Community Reflects: O-MUN at QLC 16

  The Qatar Leadership Conference 2016 brought together hundreds of motivated students, accomplished leaders, and inspiring speakers. Once again, a large, incredible group of people met at the Qatar National Convention Center to discuss, inspire, brainstorm, and socialize under the famous 30-foot spider. Amid it all, as friendships were developed, ideas were formed, and paths

QLC 2016: Taking #OMUNpride to a Whole New Level

Stepping into the vast halls of the Qatar National Convention Center that lay strewn with blonde, black, brown, ginger and ombre dyed-haired teenagers bubbling with excitement, I felt as though I had just stepped into something much more than a mere conference. Closely connected islands of youth filled the atmosphere with passionate banter about aspirations,

Don Sandev Ferdinando, Secretary General of PHESMUN, Reflects on QLC16

Why is the Qatar Leadership Conference important to you and can you summarise your experience at this year conference? This year’s QLC has once again succeeded in leaving me awe inspired; whether it was the plenary speeches from Andrew Mills, Khalid Al Ameri and Cairo Arafat or the presentations from students and adults who –through

QLC 16′ – An Interview with Qatar Debate Instructor, Alex De Jager

An Interview with Qatar Debate Instructor Alex De Jager by Rayan El Amine   Alex De Jager is a debate instructor with Qatar Debate, where he is fully employed teaching debate skills. He is presenting a very interesting workshop this year around Thought Glitches at QLC. His innovative ideas surrounding debate, and his workshop at

QLC 16′ – Interview with the NUQ Director of Student Affairs, Greg Bergida

An Interview with NUQ Director of Student Affairs Greg Bergida by Rayan El Amine Greg Bergida is the Director of Student Affairs at Northwestern University Qatar. He has presented numerous workshops within QLC, and has consistently been one of the interesting figures in this conference. His unique workshops have enticed the viewership of presenters and

Coming Up: The International School of London, Qatar’s MUN Conference

International School of London, Qatar – MUN Conference The International School of London, Qatar is proud to host its 2nd Model United Nations Conference (ISLMUN) from December 9th to December 10th, 2016. The theme for this conference is the ‘Crossroads of History’. This is relevant now more than ever. The various threats to global peace

QLC 16′ – Olaoluwa Abagun

Qatar Leadership Conference is very lucky to host the inspirational Olaoluwa Abagun’s workshop on girls’ right in our present society. Olaoluwa Abagun is an unapologetic feminist from Lagos, Nigeria. She is a lawyer who is fighting for adolescent girls who were victim of unplanned pregnancy, which breaks her heart however; it gives her more courage