With a theme of “Go Beyond-Tomorrow's Leaders”, the Workshops and Seminars Program of WorldMUN 2012 Vancouver Conference aims to inspire the delegates as leaders of tomorrow by providing those brightest young minds with the opportunities to engage in dialogue with leading scholars, politicians, diplomats and business leaders. We plan on fostering these meaningful discussions through an additional series of workshops and seminars touching the most critical themes and topics, as we believe tomorrow’s leaders have to be equipped with focused views based on an insightful grasp of major developments of our time.
Session Seven: United Nations and the Millennium Development Goal
In the year 2000, 193 countries ratified the United Nations Millennium Declaration, which consisted of 8 international development goals. Then in 2001the UN Secretary General presented a “Road Map Towards the Implementation of the United Nations Millennium Declaration” to be completed by 2015. With only 3 years left, where do we stand today? How successful have we been and what is left to be done? This workshop is designed to explore these 8 goals and discuss ways to achieve them.
Dress code: Business Formal
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Harvard World Model United Nations
WorldMUN is the most diverse college-level Model United Nations conference on the circuit that brings the brightest young minds to discuss global affairs. The conference is collaboration between Harvard University and the University of British Columbia. This year, the Vancouver Host Committee is proud to bring the WorldMUN conference to Canada for the very first time. From March 11-15th, 2100 students from 270 universities in 60 countries will be arriving in Vancouver for five days of debate, diplomacy, and cultural exchange. Workshops and Seminars are open to not only delegates but also to local college and university students.