Students assume the roles of ambassadors to the U.N. Security Council and work together to avert military confrontations and resolve international disputes. Students develop critical thinking, negotiating, public speaking, debating, and writing skills.
Topics include the United Nations, the U.N. Security Council, U.N. rules and procedures, speech-making, negotiating, caucusing, and drafting resolutions.
This course is based on the Peacekeeping Global Classrooms Curriculum published by the United Nations Association of the U.S.A. (http://www.unausa.org).
|Session 1: 6/24 - 7/5||Chantilly||Afternoon Class|
|Session 1: 6/24 - 7/5||Fairfax||Morning Class|
|Session 2: 7/8 - 7/19||McLean||Afternoon Class|
|Session 2: 7/8 - 7/19||Reston||Afternoon Class|
|Session 3: 7/22 - 8/2||Ashburn||Morning Class|
|Session 4: 8/5 - 8/16||Chantilly||Afternoon Class|
|Session 4: 8/5 - 8/16||Oak Hill||Morning Class|