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UNA Phoenix and Phoenix College Model UN Conference

Friday, October 4, 2013
The Model UN is one of the outstanding leadership experiences available to Phoenix College students.  The Phoenix College Model UN routinely captures national awards while providing a unique opportunity for students to assume the role of a UN ambassador.  
  
Students participating in the Model United Nations acquire and practice skills in public speaking, writing and parliamentary procedure. The experience brings a great sense of global awareness and willingness to solve problems through diplomacy.

Friday, October 4, 2013

from Noon - 4:30pm

 a light lunch will be served

Phoenix College
1202 W. Thomas Road
Phoenix, AZ 85013
Building A (first floor) 

The conference is Free and Open to college and high schools.

UNA Members (and Friends) are welcome to attend.

Agenda will include topics on

Global Human Rights:
*Torture and other cruel, inhumane, and/or degrading treatment or punishment
*Rights of the Child

This particular Model United Nations conference is a simulation of the United Nations General Assembly - Social, Humanitarian and Cultural Committee.

Students need to contact conference organizers before the conference for a country assignment and for further information regarding the agenda topics and the rules of procedure.

For an overview of the Model UN preparation, please visit the United Nations Association website
http://unausa.org/global-classrooms-model-un/how-to-participate/model-un-preparation

The Model UN is one of the outstanding leadership experiences available to Phoenix College students.

The Phoenix College Model UN routinely captures national awards while providing a unique opportunity for students to assume the role of a UN ambassador. 
  
Students participating in the Model United Nations acquire and practice skills in public speaking, writing and parliamentary procedure. The experience brings a great sense of global awareness and willingness to solve problems through diplomacy. 

For more information

Contact Model UN Advisor, Dr. Albert Celoza at albert.celoza@phoenixcollege.edu

or

Philosophy Faculty, Miles DeCoster at miles.decoster@phoenixcollege.edu


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