Over the long holiday weekend, while the rest of us were enjoying our days off from school and work, the Milton Model UN delegates were hard at work at GTMUN researching, debating, negotiating, and writing resolutions to help solve some of the most critical security issues facing world leaders today. Although these resolutions are not actually implemented, the students gained meaningful insight into all the complexities that must be considered by world leaders in the real United Nations Conferences. There were over 50 high schools with over 800 students from Georgia and surrounding states in attendance. One of our delegates was quoted by the GT Model UN Press Corps , ". . . instead of pointing out the flaws in every other [proposed resolution] that is not their own, [these countries] need to be focusing on . . . what comes next for the developing countries who have already been hit and what they will do to help them in the future when facing these toxic fatal threats".