• Dressing professionally and appropriately is an important aspect of the Model of the Human Rights Council. At some summits, delegates may wear their own national dress; however, most conferences require western business attire. Business apparel is required during all sessions.

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  • Once reviewed, you will receive a personal confirmation from one of our coordinators, who may ask you for additional information.

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  • A Model delegate is a participant who assumes the role of a delegate of the Human Rights Council in a Model simulation. Prior to a conference or event, a Model delegate does not need extensive experience in regional relations. Anyone can participate in the Model, so long as they have the ambition to learn something […]

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  • The insight you gain from this unique experience from the exploration of history, geography, culture, economics, and science contributes to the authenticity of the simulation when the role-playing gets underway. This is, in addition, to meet new people, enhance your public speaking, gain expertise, Negotiation skills, Leadership, Teambuilding, Creativity, and Confidence.

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  • It is an educational simulation where you can work on your diplomatic skills to solve a specific problem along with other delegates. In the MHRC, Participants step into the shoes of International Leaders to debate any specific issue in relation to human rights, make speeches, prepare draft resolutions, negotiate with allies.

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