Julie Jarnoux: Originally from Nantes, west of France, I decided after high school to go and see the world. After Australia, Spain, Argentina and a little detour to Japan, I finally settled in Paris. Discovering all these different countries, people and cultures confirmed my interest for foreign languages. That is why I decided to study translation. I started with a degree in English, Spanish and Japanese and I am now undertaking a master’s degree in intercultural communication and translation at the Institute of Intercultural Management and Communication in Paris (ISIT). I first heard about Model United Nations in 2013, and then I participated in the 2014 Annual Conference as a member of the translation team. GIMUN is a unique opportunity to become aware of today’s main global issues.