His insights invited thought provoking questions from students of all ages. Intense but fruitful sessions of deliberation and debate coupled with exchange of ideas punctuated the conference. Each committee had its own agenda which addressed different aspects of the need to co-operate and collaborate with the objective of reducing strife, friction and developing mutual trust and harmony among nations for sustainable development. Some of the issues that were considered for discussion were ‘Weaponisation of Artificial Intelligence with emphasis on Lethal Autonomous Weapons’, ‘Countering Terrorism’, ‘Challenges of Deepening and Sustaining Democracy in Developing Countries’, ‘Accomplishment of the SDGs and focusing on public-private partnerships for Inclusive Development’, ’A Comprehensive Study of the UNCSW 63 (2019) session, ‘Reviewing the Sedition laws in India,’ Peacebuilding and sustaining peace in the Sahel region’ , ‘Deciding the future of British India’ etc. The Doon School, Dehradun rightfully bagged the Best Delegation award. The General Assembly Crisis Trophy was bagged by Mayo College, Ajmer. DevrajSinghania, the Secretary General and his team had indeed done well to make WELMUN 2019 a phenomenal success. It was a conference which witnessed sensitive, liberal young minds striving to make a difference in the world around them.