International Relations students from the School of Humanities & Social Sciences paid a visit to the Royal Norwegian Embassy in Kenya on Friday, January 26. Their purpose was to gain an understanding of Norway’s foreign policy and their key interests in Kenya and Africa, preparation for the group’s participation in the Sixty-Fourth Session of the Harvard National Model United Nations.
While making a presentation to the delegation led by Mr. Ahmed Kadid Adan (School of Humanities and Social Sciences Representative at the Student Affairs Council) on Norwegian foreign and UN policy, Mr. David C. Jourdan (Political Counselor, Royal Norwegian Embassy), underlined the necessity of a well-functioning global legal order, “It is crucial that relations between states are regulated by a network of binding rules and regulations.”
The delegation will represent the Kingdom of Norway, among other countries, at the annual United Nations simulation exercise to be held in American city of Boston from February 15 - 18.
IR students prepare for Harvard with visit to Norwegian embassy
- Written by Dan Muchai