Schoolchildren asked to pretend to be United Nations advisor in letter-writing competition

Winner to represent Gibraltar at United Nations Universal Postal Union contest

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SCHOOLCHILDREN have been asked to pretend they are an advisor to the United Nations in this year’s letter-writing competition.

The Royal Gibraltar Post Office and the Department of Education are inviting local children aged 9 to 15 to take part in the contest.

CONTEST: Children asked to pretend to be UN advisor
CONTEST: Children asked to pretend to be UN advisor

The theme is: “Imagine you are an advisor to the new UN Secretary General; which world issue would you help him tackle first and how would you advise him to solve it?”

The winner will scoop £300 and a trophy, with a second prize of £200 and third prize of £100.

The victorious child will also represent Gibraltar at the United Nations Universal Postal Union main competition later in the year.

Entries must be submitted via the schools by midday on Friday March 31.

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