麻省理工学院模联大会 · 中国峰会(上海)

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麻省理工学院模联大会 · 中国峰会(上海)2019

拓展国际政治、经济、文化视野

训练批判性思维与多元化视角

锻炼以演讲、辩论为核心的沟通表达能力

培养团队协助、妥协磋商的领导素质

2019年8月23日-25日

峰会介绍

麻省理工学院模拟联合国大会中国峰会(MITMUNC CHINA)是亚洲乃至全球范围内学术水平及国际化程度极高的中学生模拟联合国大会之一,由麻省理工学院模联协会与ASDAN中国合作,也是拥有10年历史的麻省理工学院模拟联合国大会(MITMUNC)的重要分会。会议期间,青年学生们扮演不同国家或其它政治实体的外交代表,参与围绕国际上的热点问题召开的会议。代表们遵循议事规则,在会议主席团的主持下,通过演讲来阐述观点,为了“国家利益”辩论、磋商、游说。

主办方
麻省理工学院模拟联合国协会
ASDAN 中国办公室
上海铭远双语高级中学
时间

2019 年 8 月 23 日至 25 日(周五、周六、周日)

地点

上海铭远双语高级中学

语言

全英文会议

邀请函

亲爱的同学们:

大家好!我是Radha Mastandrea,今年模联大会的秘书长。我刚从麻省理工学院(MIT)物理系毕业,计划明年去剑桥大学深造。我在麻省理工有着多年的模联主席经验。麻省理工模联大会中国峰会 (MITMUNC CHINA)是麻省理工学院历史上的重要基石,也是我们在美国以外举办的第一个会议系列。这个为期三天的大会是一次无与伦比的珍贵体验,你将有机会同来自中外各地聪明而智慧的高中生进行交流与合作。

今年的模联大会中国峰会已经是我们和英国素质教育发展认证中心(ASDAN)中国办公室联合举办的第三届中国峰会。此次大会的议题主要围绕当今社会的国际热点问题展开。为了让学生体验更多麻省理工模联大会的魅力,大会特意邀请了六位麻省理工模联大会的委员会主席来主持大会议题,与参会者进行交流和讨论。学生将有机会同主席和其他学生进行讨论和互动,并通过团体交流和辩论的模式来锻炼演讲表达、团队协助、和学术研究能力。

我们团队非常努力和用心地在准备此次会议。我非常荣幸能代表团队诚挚地邀请您参加 2019年8月于上海举行的第三届麻省理工模联大会中国峰会!

谢谢!期待今年夏天与您在上海相遇!


Radha Mastandrea

MIT 物理系

大会秘书长

峰会特点

以尔之眼,窥世之貌

所有学术工作和主席团由麻省理工学院学生担任,他们均为麻省理工学院国际关系与政治社团等的领导人物。峰会为参会者提供6个联合国不同机构的委员会,他们会为自己的委员会,精选出历史意义深远的议题。每个委员会的议题都会与国际社会密切相关,是我们这个时代无从回避,急需面对解决的挑战。

以尔之眼,窥世之貌

以尔之眼,窥世之貌

以尔之思,虑国之强

以尔之思,虑国之强

以尔之思,虑国之强

会议之前,每位同学根据所代表国家的外交政策就会议主题准备立场文件,提出立场文件;会议期间,具有共同利益的国家代表将组成“国家集团”,各个代表需要充分发挥团队协作的意识,需要找出关键问题,提出不同的决议草案,利用各方资源,通过评估和分析产生最有利于自己国家的决议。

以尔之舌,维己之益

各委员会会议议程灵活,严格限制参会规模,为每位参会代表充分提供展示机会,并由主席引导讨论议题;学习者将要学习国际外交词汇,并要求在模联会议中磋商、辩论和游说等环节让代表们各抒己见、畅所欲言,思维火花在此激发,力争将所代表国家的观点写入最后通过的决议或宣言。

以尔之舌,维己之益

以尔之舌,维己之益

以尔之智,广涉之友

以尔之智,广涉之友

以尔之智,广涉之友

我们为中国学生社交能力和沟通能力的提高提供平台,代表们可以结交全国精英学生朋友,拥有一段独一无二的美好时光。

为什么选择我们

主席团全部由麻省理工模联协会资深成员担任

所有议题设置与背景紧跟当今 世界热点问题

全英文和高强度议程 全面提升同学英文听说读写能力

优秀者获邀赴美国参加 2020 年麻省理工模联

2019年委员会

会议主题:当前和未来的世界安全与可持续发展

东盟委员会

缅甸的难民危机
在都市化,工业化和自然灾害中如何保护自然资源

Recently, countries have begun to follow a steady trend of urbanization and industrialization in an attempt to increase their power, money, and world presence. Unfortunately, these increasing trends result in a decrease of natural resources in most countries, which is especially concerning for developing countries with limited natural resources. These decreases in natural resources then result in catastrophic events such as refugee crises, since there are more people than resources available in a country. Therefore, this committee should focus on finding ways to conserve natural resources to avoid any negative consequences and resolve the ongoing refugee crisis in Myanmar.

国际原子能组织

朝鲜半岛的核安全问题
气候变化对核能产生的影响

Nuclear energy is a double-edged sword. Depending on how it's harnessed in the future, it could spell the end for humanity or potentially be a path to save us. As climate change ravages the world, we must look for alterntive energy sources, other than fossil fuels. Thus, we must also consider the evolving role of nuclear energy in this picture. Is there a point when we could become too reliant upon it? Are enough methods being taken to make sure Chernobyl never repeats, especially as the conditions of the world become harsher? On the other hand, what can we do when nations choose to weaponise nuclear energy? Does the threat of Mutually Assured Destruction make us safer, or, is the Korean peninsula (as we will discuss in committee) balanced on the edge of a razor?

联合国环境规划署

超级大国与发展中国家基础设施合作伙伴关系的构建
运用科技达成零排放目标

It is without doubt that industrialization has enabled many countries to advance and become dominant forces in our world. However, as we learn more of the detrimental effects these practices have on our environment, countries that have gone through industrialization seek to use alternative avenues of industry such as emission reduction or carbon removal technologies. Developing countries on the other hand, don't have the economic or industrial capacity to both advance their nations while circumventing environmentally detrimental practices and so partnerships between developed and developing countries to construct sustainable infrastructure must be made.

联合国难民组织

英国脱欧对难民的影响
缅甸境内的难民冲突

The United Nations is set up to advise a dynamic world, where citizens may exercise their right to travel between countries, either for short-term personal reasons or long-term immigrations. However, due to international conflict or a shift in government politics, a country's inhabitants might be forced to seek refuge elsewhere due to forcible exile or reasons of personal safety. In this committee, delegates will discuss the treatment and aid of refugees with relation to the fallout of Brexit and the remnants of the Myanmar civil war.

亚洲与太平洋经济社会委员会

“一带一路”倡议对大亚洲地区的影响
支持推动东盟国家科技创新与创业

China's massive investment in the One Belt One Road initiative has the potential to revolutionize the future of trade in Asia. This ambitious undertaking plans to reach about 65% of the world's population, 1/3 of the world's GDP, and 1/4 of all the goods and services the world moves. How will this impact China's slowing economic growth and its emerging market status? In this committee, we will explore what the economic and social impacts of this massive scale project will have on surrounding areas, as well as recent action within the innovation ecosystem.

裁军与国际安全委员会

如何控制底格里斯-幼发拉底河水系的暴力冲突
网络恐怖分子对于核设施和核科技的威胁

In order to address disarmament and international security, DISEC will explore measures to limit conflict along the Tigris and Euphrates Rivers, a major waterway system in Western Asia. As a historical site and essential to the water supply of the region, it is particularly important to protect the Tigris-Euphrates from conflict. In addition, technology has introduced a new form of war: cyber terror. Cyber terror creates problems against nuclear facilities and technology; we aim to determine the root of the problems and how we can solve them.

2019主席团

I am Miller Tan, a junior at MIT and the Chief Operating Officer of MIT Model UN. I work in acquisitions, procuring items needed for the annual MIT Model UN Conference as well as handling the overall logistics of the event. Outside of MIT Model UN, I am studying in the field of chemistry with a focus in flow synthesis, currently implementing the technology into the research group I am a part of. Additionally, I am studying computer science and environmental public policy in the hopes of applying this skill set to pursue a career in the Environmental Protection Agency.

Miller Tan

MIT 计算机科学,环境公共政策

Red, White, and Blue, but only one star. These colors represent the flags of the two islands that make up my cultural identity: Puerto Rico and Cuba. While my cultural and ethnic origins might be what define me the most, my passions and hobbies are a close second. My most important passions, however, are tennis and Model UN. Since 9th grade, I have been an active member of my school’s Model UN club to the point where I became its president during my junior and senior years. Thanks to MITMUNC, I will be able to pursue this passion of mine.

Jorge Perez

MIT

I am a rising junior at MIT studying finance with a minor in mechanical engineering. Outside of academics, I am a part of the Lightweight Women's Rowing Team and Pi Beta Phi sorority. I also enjoy singing and traveling in my free time.

Sarah Quraishi

MIT 金融学,机械工程

My name is Nadia Dimitrova, I was born in a small town called Pavlikeni, Bulgaria on 26 May 1998. From that small town I moved to Sofia – the capital of Bulgaria - and currently a rising junior in Aerospace Engineering at MIT. I am passionate about international relations and have been involved in multiple MUN conferences, as a delegate, chair, and secretariat member.

Nadezhda Dimitrova

MIT 航空天空工程

I'm an international student, born in Britain, raised in New Zealand. Yet my heritage is even more mixed, since I have British, Dutch and Indian blood. Having currently visited 16 countries, I love to travel and really just want to learn more about our global community. My ultimate dream is to change this entire world for better. Nothing is ever beyond the impact of a single determined soul.

Nico van Wijk

MIT

A rising third year undergraduate at MIT. I study Computer Science and Business Management. I am from Baltimore, Maryland. Outside of MITMUNC, I am involved in a sorority, a startup, and a business club. In my free time, I like horseback riding, reading, and travelling.

Ting Li

MIT 计算机科学,商业管理

会议日程

时 间:2019年8月23日至25日 地 点:中国 上海 会议语言:全英文会议

8月23日(周五) 13:00-15:00:签到
15:00-16:00:开幕式
16:00-17:00:晚餐
17:00-20:00:第一轮会议
8月24日(周六) 09:00-12:00:第二轮会议
12:00-13:00:午餐
13:00-16:00:第三轮会议
16:30-19:30:第四轮会议
20:30-21:30:美国名校申请分享会
8月25日(周日) 09:00-12:00:第五轮会议
12:00-13:00:午餐
14:00-15:00:闭幕式和颁奖典礼

奖项设置

 

每个委员会设:

最佳代表奖 Best Delegate: 1 名
最佳立场文件奖 Best Position Paper: 1 名
杰出代表奖 Outstanding Delegate: 4 名
优秀奖 Honorable Mention: 5 名

所有参会代表将获得:

“麻省理工学院模联会议中国峰会”参会证书

表现优秀的代表将获邀:

赴美国参加 2020年麻省理工模联

参赛须知

报名方式

  • 线上报名:点击进入报名
  • 线下集体报名:电话联系组委会,索取集体报名表,然后报名、注册与缴费

参会与学术准备日程(2019 年)

  • 4 月 01 日至 7 月 27 日:会议报名注册
  • 7 月 15 日至 8 月 20 日:模联在线学习、代表交流、主席沟通
  • 7 月 28 日至 8 月 01 日:发放各委员会背景文件与发布国家席位分配结果
  • 8 月 15 日: 提交会议立场文件
  • 8 月 23 日至 8月25 日:正式开会

*模联会议背景文件将在7月28日提供下载,请确保在8月15日前提交会议立场文件。

退费政策

  • 报名缴费之后,由于客观原因在2019年7月20日之前申请退出,需扣除项目费用和后勤费用总额的20%作为服务费,余额退还;
  • 2019年7月20日之后8月10日前退出,需扣除项目费用的70%与全额后勤费用,余额退还;
  • 8月11日后,所有的退会退款申请将不予受理,敬请谅解。

 

麻省理工模联中国峰会组委会联系方式

  • 北京:朝阳区奥运媒体中心天畅园 C3-1807
    电话: 010-84828941/42
  • 上海:宝山区三门路复旦软件园8幢2A05-2
    电话: 021-55789138 / 39
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  • 成都:成都市武侯区一环路南二段龙信大厦5楼B501
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  • 邮箱: mun@seedasdan.org

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