September 4-6, 2020
The Osgood Center is proud to invite participants to MODEL SECURITY COUNCIL 2020 which will be held virtually in ZOOM in SEPTEMBER 4-6, 2020. Model Security Council is all about getting you involved –advancing the work of this UN body, enriching your educational experiences, and improving your leadership skills. There are multiple opportunities for students like you to deepen their understanding to face global challenges in a space for diplomatic collaboration, critical thinking, professionalism, and virtual engagement.
The program will take place in Zoom. Meeting IDs and other details will be shared soon. APPLY NOW!
If you would like to participate in Model Security Council 2020, please COMPLETE your registration form. We highly encourage you to apply early.
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- Fill out the Registration Form.
- See the Country Matrix.
- See the Model Security Council Schedule.
- See the Background Guide.
- See the Rules of Procedure.
- See the Position Paper FAQ’s.
- See information about the keynote speaker, Daryl G. Kimball
August 27, 2020 is the DEADLINE TO SUBMIT the Position Papers.
TOPIC: NON-PROLIFERATION TREATY (NPT) REVISITED
March 5, 2020 was an important date for the global community: the world celebrated the 50th anniversary of the entry into force of the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons (NPT). A month before this relevant day, the Council President, Marc Pecsteen de Buytswerve affirmed:
“The members of the Security Council paid tribute to the historical achievements made under the NPT and underlined its essential role in the preservation of international peace, security and stability, as well as the ultimate objective of a world without nuclear weapons. In light of current international geopolitical challenges, they stressed the importance of upholding and strengthening the Treaty.”
Model Security Council 2020 will provide program participants a platform to learn more and to gain experience addressing the three pillars of the NPT: non-proliferation, disarmament, and peaceful uses of nuclear energy. The program also aims to encourage young professionals to explore and to spark an interest in them in non-proliferation issues. The purpose of the conference will be to revisit and revise the presidential statement of March 5th, 2020.