Constanta International Model United Nations 2016
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Constanta International Model United Nations (CTAMUN) opens its gates for every individual ready to expand one’s political thought and diplomacy perspectives or simply for those willing to gain a sense of of what a varied, fascinating world we live in.
MODEL UNITED NATIONS, as intimidating for some of you might sound, or already a piece of cake for the veterans, you might consider this opportunity, just let us highlight what you will gain from this experience: Debating, Consulting, Deliberating, Diplomacy, Research and Leadership skills A sense of awareness Critical Thinking
Conduct International negotiations Understanding the bureaucratic functioning of The United Nations Organization An international perspective and open-mindedness regarding different cultures and political backgrounds. Perform as an experimented public speaker Abilities in Technical Writing Fluency in international languages New friendships beyond the diplomatic floor
The conference takes place on a duration of 4 days in Ovidius University of Constanta.
The delegates will role play as diplomats in 3 of the most compelling committees of the United Nations: General Assembly, Human Rights Council and Security Council over riveting topics and current affairs. MUN resembles a real political summit. The issues tackled during the conference are to be decided upon by the chairs and announced within a month before the conference alongside with the study guides.
Do not miss this opportunity and register now to book your special early-bird discount. You can apply either for being: a chair a delegate or a journalist.
If you have further misunderstandings or inquiries do not hesitate to contact: • Vanda Niculescu (facebook) Director of Projects within United Nations Youth Association of Romania-Constanta Branch • Teodora Papuc (facebook) Project Executive within United Nations Youth Association of Romania-Constanta Branch Or email us on firstname.lastname@example.org
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