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GMUN Position Paper Awards

Each delegate at the Global Model UN conference 2010 is required to submit a position paper on the Member State's position on the topic addressed in his/her respective committee. The position paper award is the only award given at GMUN in order to focus attention on the substantive issues addressed by the conference each year. The winners are presented with a special certificate by the United Nations Department of Public Information.

The United Nations Department of Public Information wishes to congratulate the four students who received this prestigious award at GMUN 2010:

Ms. Natalia Rialucky (Indonesia) representing the United States (Committee on Education and Civic Engagement) - read it here

Mr. Abhishek Parajuli (Nepal) representing Yemen (Committee on the Global Information Society: Removing Barriers and Strengthening Cultural Dialogue) - read it here

Mr. Wesley Timm (South Africa) representing the Russian Federation (Committee on Cultural Challenges to Global Human Security) - read it here

Ms. Pan Shan Ping (Malaysia) representing the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (Committee on Forging Alliances towards Peace and Security - read it here


Topics covered by each committee at the GMUN 2010

Committee on Education and Civic Engagement
(Topic 1: Education Policies on Intercultural Dialogue and Global Citizenship):

Committee on The Global Information Society: Removing Barriers and Strengthening Cultural Dialogue
(Topic 1: Building Confidence and Security in the Use of ICT s to Strengthen
Cultural Dialogue Globally
Topic 2: Social Networking, Citizen Engagement and Participation of Migrants):

Committee on Cultural Challenges to Global Human Security
(Topic 1: Diffusing the Causes of Political and Religious Extremism):

Committee on Forging Alliances towards Peace and Security
(Topic 1: Approaches to Address Conflict: New Opportunities in the Context of
Global Civil Society
Topic 2: Rethinking Governance Frameworks and the Development
Agenda to Promote Peace and Security):