When engaging in MUN, we essentially took on the identities of different countries, with their ethical and cultural principles and contexts. Making decisions to support or oppose different resolutions in the human rights council was often hinged upon these contexts. For example, a resolution regarding the rights to abortion would be completely different from the perspectives of India and Germany. These choices we simulate making have their respective consequences, and we challenge the choices of one another based on these consequences. MUN showed me how to recognise the ethics and context that motivates governments’ decisions, and how I can consider my decisions in daily life.