Conferences at United Nation, Harvard University and France
Supported by ICE-RF, “Emmaus” from Scherwiller wants to host volunteers in its structure. This experience will give the opportunity to the volunteer to get engaged in a project, to contribute to his/her French level, give him/her autonomy and independence, a maturity in her/his personal and professional life. The Emmaus association adheres to the philosophy of the Emmaus movement, founded by Abbé Pierre in 1949: Acting for every man, every society, every nation can live, assert in the exchange and sharing. Hosting is one of the first tasks of Emmaus. It welcomed irrespective of nationality or religion, mostly people living in separation. It allows the homeless person to find a place to rest, sleep, wash, eat.Have a useful activity, work, acquire knowledge, can rebuild their lives and consider a new future. The companion of Emmaus can develop a real skill (carpentry, recycling clothing, kitchen, sale, recovery …) with which he earns his living.
Join us for the 68th Annual Session of Harvard National Model United Nations in Boston, Massachusetts. At this point in time, the Secretariat is preparing for a return to a fully in-person HNMUN conference, to take place from Thursday, February 10th to Sunday, February 13th in 2022. Our conference prides itself in being more than an average Model UN competition. For nearly seven decades, HNMUN has served as an annual forum for over 1500 college-level delegates from across more than 40 countries to discuss the world’s most pressing issues and devise solutions to difficult challenges in international affairs. Participants at our conference form lasting friendships and connections that transcend boundaries, cross cultures, and extend far beyond the four days we spend together at conference. Staffed every year by over 150 undergraduate students from Harvard College, HNMUN remains the oldest, largest, and most prestigious collegiate conference of its kind, and our team is excited to continue our legacy of excellence as we embark on the journey to the 68th Session.
Apply for (UNITAR) United Nations Human Rights Council Training Programme. UNITAR offers the second edition of the Human Rights Council Training Programme. This course will run in parallel to the real UN Human Rights Council in Geneva and aims at providing participants with in-depth knowledge on human rights and the functioning of the UN`s key body to promote them.
In line with UNITAR’s mandate, this programme aspires to enhance participants’ knowledge and skills in the areas of human rights and international affairs. This will empower them to take on leadership roles in their respective environments and thereby continue to promote the respect for human rights in the world.
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