Canterbury Model United Nations Volunteer Registrations
Time & Location
About the Event
For 2021, our theme is UN+Certain. This theme intends to help students understand the rules that govern international organisations and relations. Ever since the end of the Second World War, the international arena has been dominated by what has been dubbed the International Rules Based Order (IRBO). This refers to an international environment where states cannot do whatever they want. Instead, human rights are to be respected, diplomacy is to be conducted multilaterally to avoid great power domination, free trade is good and the UN is an important authority and arbiter.
- The Question of the Sovereignty of States
- The Question of a Right to Immigrate
- The Question of International Trade
- The Question of a World State (plenary)
For any questions about the event, feel free to contact Ella Thorpe (Canterbury President, firstname.lastname@example.org)
This registration submission authorises UN Youth New Zealand the right to capture my image and likeness in photos, videos and other media footage (“footage”). Additionally, it authorises UN Youth New Zealand the right to edit, publish and distribute any and all footage of me without any compensation to be used for any lawful purpose (e.g. creating promotional material).This registration submission authorises UN Youth New Zealand the right to collect, store and use any and all demographic information of me to be used for any lawful purpose (e.g. tracking who our organisation is reaching). This demographic information will not be individually identifiable. The foregoing authorisations shall continue indefinitely unless I otherwise revoke them in writing to email@example.com.
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