QIS student, Tianne Pane, attends Paris Peace Forum

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Meet Tianne Pane – our Year 13 student who recently represented The Hague Model United Nations (THIMUN) Qatar at the Paris Peace Forum.

Tianne Pane – second from left, with Sheikha Hind bint Hamad Al-Thani, Vice Chairperson and CEO of Qatar Foundation for Education.

At this year’s Paris Peace Forum, more than 7,000 participants from 164 countries joined 33 heads of state and government – as well as 12 international NGOs – to discuss global governance solutions. The forum focuses on six challenges: peace and security, development, environment, new technologies, inclusive economy, and culture and education.

In addition to her A Level studies at QIS, Tianne is Secretary General of THIMUN Qatar.

Tianne says:

‘My job at the forum was to run the THIMUN Qatar stand. That meant meeting with people who were interested in working with us in future – it’s all about finding a middle ground where global organisations can collaborate.

It gave me a great opportunity to network for volunteering and internships after my studies here at QIS finish. I want to work in data science – artificial intelligence or cyber security – after university, which will hopefully be in Zurich.’

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Qatar International School is a fully accredited British International School, located in the Dafna district of Doha. The school was founded in 1977 making it one of the first British schools in Qatar. 40 years on and QIS is now one of the largest and most successful schools in the country, with nearly 2,000 students on role.