Ranchi woman qualifies for Geneva moot court tournament

Aditi Shreya, an alumni of Delhi Public School, Ranchi, has been selected for the 14th Nelson Mandela Human Rights World Moot Court Competition in Geneva, Switzerland . Aditi Shreya and Ishita Warghat from the NLIU are among the 16 teams selected for the international tournament .

RANCHI: Aditi Shreya, an alumni of Delhi Public School (DPS), Ranchi, has been selected for the 14th Nelson Mandela Human Rights World Moot Court Competition in Geneva, Switzerland, on July 18-21.After several rounds of oral and written competitions, Aditi, who received her Class XII from the DPS in 2021, and her batchmate Ishita Warghat from the NLIU are among the 16 teams selected for the international tournament.The competitions began with the creation of a memorial with arguments for and against a simulated human rights abuse by a group of individuals.After reviewing the presentations of 50 university teams, the organisers selected ten from each United Nations region.

Between May 23 and 29, four online oral rounds were held, in which a jury of judges from different countries heard the arguments made by the teams for and against human rights issues.16 teams from around the world were selected for the event in Geneva.The teams will meet up in Geneva on July 21, and the two most promising two will advance to the finals.Aditi told Aditi that it was due to our extensive preparation since February 2022 and the support of our seniors that we made it to the international competition in Geneva.

We are now geared up to do well in Geneva.Aditi, the principal of DPS, has made us proud and demonstrated that dreams and determination combined with determination have resulted in success stories, according to DPS principal Dr Ram Singh.The competition is primarily organized by the Center for Human Rights, University of Pretoria, South Africa, in collaboration with the UN Human Rights Council's secretariat.The project seeks to bring together students, researchers, and judges from all around the world to negotiate on potential human rights abuse cases.