Future of Energy - Energy for the Future
FUTURE OF ENERGY - ENERGY FOR THE FUTURE
Gdańsk Model United Nations (GDNMUN) is a conference arranged by the students of IB World School No. 1309, in collaboration with European Solidarity Centre (ECS). The event will be held from the 25th till the 27th of October 2019. It will take place in the City of Gdańsk, Republic of Poland, that is known for its great historical importance, as well as major contribution to the freedom of Poland. During GDNMUN not only students from high schools and universities will participate, but also middle schoolers are welcome to take on this challenge. More than 200 delegates from around the globe will arrive in Gdańsk, and represent states different from their native ones. The participants will try their hand at debating over exigent matters, that our world came to face - in several discrete committees.
Your fees can be paid by wire transfer to our bank account:
Towarzystwo Przyjaciół ,,Topolówki"
Z/S w Gmachu III L.O., 80-255 Gdańsk, ul. Topolowa 7
PL21 1020 1811 0000 0302 0014 9427
BIC code: BPKOPLPW
Delegate fee of 40 EUR/175 PLN
Observer fee of 20 EUR/90 PLN
Please include “GDNMUN2019” your name and surname in the title of the wire transfer. Additionally, please send a confirmation of your payment to email@example.com
Economic and Social Council
League of Nations
International Court of Justice
United Nations Environment Programme
Human Rights Council
World Health Organization
Commission on Science and Technology for Development
Mitigating fossil fuel dependency.
Re-examining the Golan Heights dispute.
Great Depression: examining world’s balance of power
Enforcement of death sentence on alleged Indian spy Kulbhushan Jadhav (India vs. Pakistan)
Promoting and assisting developing countries in implementing renewable energy sources.
Preserving human rights in prisons worldwide.
Fostering low-carbon economy under the circumstances of Climate Change.
Tackling the issue of intimate partner and sexual violence.
The effect of rapid technological changes on employment and SDGs