High School for the Gifted Model United Nations Club - NKMUN

High School for the Gifted Model United Nations Club - NKMUN

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Mùa này Covi hoành hành quá không dám đi ra đường luôn quý dị ạ. Nên chỉ có online là số 1 thôi. Học hành đọc sách online là tuyệt vời nhất khi nằm nhà ạ.
PS: Em thấy hay nên chia sẽ cho mọi người chứ em không có bán nên đừng có hỏi em nha ạ.

In the business of raising awareness and creating global citizens since 2016. Model United Nations (MUN) is an academic simulation of a formal United Nations function, following similarly political conducts and decorum.

In a typical MUN conference, participants are assigned into different committees playing the roles of delegates and, working as team, come up with solutions for realistic global issues. An engaging and educationally rewarding extracurricular activity, MUN has gained worldwide acknowledgement. Conferences hosted by high school and college MUN clubs are partook and enjoyed by many. MUN is more than just fun and games, however. Active participation in MUN demonstrates strong diplomacy, teamwork, leadership skills as well as social ambitions and a thorough knowledge on current world affairs, all which are highly esteemed by most universities’ admission board. While universally appreciated for its educational properties however, to the majority of the student population in HCMC, MUN remains relatively unpopular. While some has make an effort to officially introduce MUN to the general public, participation remains much hindered - for proper conferences hold annually are few and far between. To redress this, High School for the Gifted Model UN Club (NKMUN) is founded to offer students a more descriptive and insightful account of MUN. Open to PTNK students as well as the ambitious public, NKMUN provides weekly sessions of debate which covers a wide range of critical topics, spanning from the environment, global health, world security to human rights etc. Through these, we aim not only to raise awareness on certain international affairs and issues, but also to equip our members with vital soft skills such as methodical researching, systematic information analysis and efficient negotiating skills alongside, in order for them to confidently express and defend their own views on global issues as informed individuals. We at NKMUN staunchly believe in the power of a forward-looking international mindset, and via Model United Nations, we strive to make a difference by elevating awareness and empowering each and every student to speak out with a voice of their own. To create a new generation of educated, ambitious, resourceful and responsible global citizens of the modern world, that is our prime mission. Support us on this nascent endeavour and see how we can make an impact!

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24/01/2018

[MEDIA SUPPORT - HUMAN LIBRARY VIETNAM]

NHỮNG CHỖ TRỐNG TẠI THƯ VIỆN SÁCH SỐNG

Con người vốn dĩ luôn có những chỗ trống ở đâu đó, có thể là ở tim, ở đầu, ở từng thớ da, tảng thịt... khiến họ mãi chẳng chạm tới được sự hoàn-hảo tuyệt vời.

Trong những người ấy, có vài kẻ dũng cảm dám kể cái trống trải đó ra bằng hết thảy tâm can mình trong “Ngày Đọc sách” của Human Library Vietnam - mô hình Thư viện Sách sống đầu tiên tại Việt Nam, nơi độc giả đến để “nghe sách kể” bởi các “đầu sách” nơi đây chính là những con người mang trong mình câu chuyện đại diện cho phần khuất lấp trong cuộc đời.

Ở đó, “sách sống” được lắng nghe và trao cơ hội cho bạn lắng nghe, để sau đó cả họ và bạn tuy vẫn không thể lấp đầy những chỗ trống của nhau mà trở nên hoàn-hảo, nhưng lại có được chút hy vọng cần thiết đủ để vượt qua bầu trời mù sương của chính mình.

Ngày Đọc sách vẫn còn nhiều chỗ trống.
Và, chúng tôi mong bạn sẽ đến lấp đầy không gian bằng hơi ấm của mình: vì càng nhiều câu chuyện được lắng nghe, thì càng nhiều sự thấu hiểu và cảm thông được hình thành, khiến những định kiến từ lâu đã bám víu vào tâm thức con người dần rạn nứt, và sẽ tới lúc chúng bị phá huỷ hoàn toàn.

Điều này cũng là giá trị nhân văn mà Ngày Đọc sách muốn được đem đến cho người tham gia.

Sự kiện Ngày Đọc sách với tài trợ toàn phần từ #Viettel sẽ diễn ra trong hai ngày 27 và 28/01/2018, tại Đại học Mở TP.HCM (35 - 37 Hồ Hảo Hớn, Phường Cô Giang, Quận 1, TPHCM).

Để tham gia, hãy đăng ký: bit.ly/HLVSG2018
Để tìm hiểu thông tin chi tiết, hãy liên hệ: www.facebook.com/HumanLibraryVietnam/

Yêu thương,
BTC Human Library Vietnam.

14/01/2018

[Hỗ trợ truyền thông]

Thông tin chi tiết: https://goo.gl/qV22zQ
Link đơn tuyển tình nguyện viên: https://goo.gl/LAsxaX

Dream Weavers là dự án dạy học tình nguyện do The Cable Organization tổ chức từ cuối năm 2016 tại Mái ấm Tâm Đức và Làng trẻ SOS với sự tham gia của hơn 30 bạn tình nguyện viên đang sinh sống, học tập và làm việc tại Thành phố Hồ Chí Minh. Tiếp nối thành công từ chuỗi hoạt động Dream Weavers 2017, The Cable quyết định mở đơn tuyển tình nguyện viên cho dự án Dream Weavers 2018 - Đợt 1.
"Dream" là những ước mơ, "Weavers" là những người thợ dệt và khi ghép hai từ lại với nhau, "Dream Weavers" chính là những người thợ thêu dệt ước mơ. Những người thợ ấy cũng chính là tất cả các thành viên nòng cốt của The Cable với mong muốn được dùng khả năng, lòng nhiệt huyết và tình yêu thương của mình để thêu dệt nên những bức tranh ước mơ hoàn thiện, để giúp các em nhỏ kém may mắn theo đuổi mơ ước của mình và hơn hết là thoát khỏi cuộc sống thiếu thốn như hiện tại.
Để hiện thực hoá được những mong ước ấy, The Cable rất cần đến sự giúp đỡ của các bạn! Hãy cùng chúng mình trở thành những người thợ thêu dệt ước mơ! Let's become a dream weaver!
Hạn chót đăng kí: 19/1/2017
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Mọi thắc mắc hoặc mong muốn giúp đỡ xin vui lòng liên hệ qua:
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18/11/2017

[MEDIA SUPPORT - VACL]

[HỖ TRỢ TRUYỀN THÔNG] VIETAROADER CLUB HCM
ĐĂNG KÍ ĐI BRANDME NGAY QUA NHỮNG DÒNG T M TÌNH NHỎ!
>>> Đơn đăng kí: bit.ly/BrandME_Going

Những bài kiểm tra một tiết, những bài thi giữa kì đang làm khó bạn?

Hành trình tới với cánh cổng đại học trong mơ của bạn đang ngày càng hóc búa và gay cấn, khiến bạn cảm thấy sợ hãi và áp lực?

Bạn mệt mỏi khi mỗi lần tham gia hoạt động ngoại khóa nào cũng là một sự cạnh tranh, đầy những câu hỏi gây khó dễ cho bạn?

Vậy hãy để đơn đăng kí BrandME tạo thêm động lực cho bạn bước tiếp bằng cách tìm ra điểm độc đáo trong bản thân mình nha!
Sự kiện này, VietAbroader Club HCM sẽ không đưa ra những câu hỏi suy luận mà sẽ là nơi để bạn tâm sự với chính mình để giúp bản thân hiểu THƯƠNG HIỆU CÁ NH N hơn, đồng thời cũng để chúng mình biết bạn quan tâm tới lan tỏa thương hiệu cá nhân như thế nào đó!

Tuy nhiên, vì sự mới lạ, độc đáo trong hình thức của BrandME nên chúng mình sẽ tiếp đón số lượng người tham dự có hạn thôi nhé. Nhanh tay kể cho chúng mình nghe những điều tuyệt vời nhất từ bạn nào!

Còn chần chừ gì nữa mà không xí ngay một tấm vé đến với BrandMe nhỉ?

#BrandME
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03/11/2017

[Media Support] _ [NKMUN - MUN'SG]
WHAT IS MUN’SG?

MUN’SG, or Model United Nations Saigon, is a simulation of the United Nations where members can freely discuss important global issues. It is an educational platform for aspiring delegates to blossom and become more sensitive to current affairs. It is a community where students can voice their thoughts and make a true difference. Think global, act local. That is our motto. This is your story.

Our motto not only embodies our team’s mission to have a positive impact on the world, but also represents what you can achieve through participating in our conference. Solutions debated on can give you an idea of how you can act locally to improve some of the most imminent problems on the globe. These problems can range from food shortages in Libya to the Rohingya persecution, and more.

Already in love with what you’re seeing? Do these pressing issues give you an unscratchable itch to take action, but you feel like a helpless and insignificant bystander? Be insignificant no longer. At MUN’SG, be a game changer. Think global, act local. Follow our page to stay tuned. Stay eager!
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➤ Contact:
[F] Model United Nations Saigon
[F] @modelun.sg
[E] [email protected]

29/10/2017

[APPLICATION CLOSED]

So this is the end of the recruitment campaign for PR and Designer Team. Thank you for all of your effort!

We are checking your application forms, please bear in mind we appreciate everything you have given out. Results will be out soon, so check your mail!

For those who are a tad slow on this, worry not! Application form for Members is still open.
Link: http://bit.ly/2xeQpL4

And don't forget to come see us onTuesday, 31th October, 2017! The orientation day is here to provide you everything you need to join NKMUN!

Have a good week, friends!

28/10/2017

[ORIENTATION DAY]

Hey hey, how are you doing? Still wondering whether you should join NKMUN?

Good news for you, we've got 99 problems but reasons won't be one! An orientation day is here to provide you everything you need to know about NKMUN!

Meet us at 11:45 a.m, room B201 (yes, right in the corner) on Tuesday 31 of October. WE ARE WAITING FOR YOU!

Oh and, there is still 1 DAY before the end of the PR and Designers Recruitment! Hurry up!
Application form for Designer Team: http://bit.ly/2kSZWGe
Job description for Designer Team: http://bit.ly/2wXm43A
Application Form for PR: http://bit.ly/2wXHQEc
Job description for PR: http://bit.ly/2ibBw9U

And, you have 1 more week to be our members!
Application Form for Member: http://bit.ly/2xeQpL4

22/10/2017

[Grand Recruitment: Members]

- Rolling admission-

"I am not good at designing and PR, is there any other way for me to join NKMUN?"

Worry not! We are now officially looking for the next generation of members!

If you want to extend your social circle, find yourself a family of people who share fascinating opinions on politics, refine your public speaking skills or simply to try something new, the NKMUN is a place for you.

We welcome you all with open arms! And remember not to stress over whether you have MUN experience or not. As long as you pay your mind to the application, know that we appreciate every single bit of effort you make.

Join us now and be a part of another great journey!

Application form: http://bit.ly/2xeQpL4
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A quick reminder is that we are still recruiting PR Team and Designer Team
Deadline: 28 of October, 2017
Application form for Designer Team: http://bit.ly/2kSZWGe
Job description for Designer Team: http://bit.ly/2wXm43A
Application Form for PR: http://bit.ly/2wXHQEc
Job description for PR: http://bit.ly/2ibBw9U

[10/21/17]   [2013-2016 West African Ebola outbreak]
On December 26th 2013, a 18-month-old boy named Emile Ouamouno living in Meliandou, Guinea, developed an unusual sickness, the boy showed signs of fever, vomiting and black stools and subsequently died two days later. Soon family members that had taken care of the child experienced similar symptoms, as well as medical staffs and local healers who treated them, all followed by rapid death caused by the mysterious disease. Sickness, deaths, funerals, burials, and cycle repeated itself slowly and lethally across the country. It wasn’t until March 22nd 2014 that the disease was recognized as the Zaire Ebola virus, the most deadly of its family, and a day later, when WHO publicly announced the outbreak, there were already 49 cases and 29 deaths across Guinea. This marked the onset of what now known as the 2013 – 2016 West African Ebola virus Epidemic.

The outbreak started in Guinea and spread to bordering countries of Liberia and Sierra Leone, which became widespread outbreaks, with minor controlled outbreaks in Mali, Nigeria, Senegal, as well as separate cases in the U.S, Spain, U.K and Italy. By the time the WHO terminated the Public Health Emergency of International Concern of the outbreak, it has already infected 28652 people and caused over 11000 deaths. The outbreak was regarded to be the most destructive since its discovery in 1976 causing socioeconomic instability and incredible death toll due to its 70% fatality rate. The symptoms of Ebola were shown 21 days after contraction of the virus, with the initial signs being fatigue, fevers, muscle pains, headaches and sore throats, all of which easily mistaken with the common flu, but then the situation deteriorates quickly: vomit, diarrhea, rash, kidney and liver failure, internal and external hemorrhage, all results in severe dehydration and eventually leads to death. It was during these stages that the body of the victims are most infectious, requiring strict protocols and exercises to prevent further spread of Ebola. Furthermore, there have been cases which Ebola resided within the body of those survived the disease, only to emerge months later and harm people coming in contact with the victim.

The outbreak started in December 2013 with Patience Zero in Guinea, and spread to Liberia in March 2014, gaining a total of 112 cases and 70 deaths. By May 2014, Ebola has reached Sierra Leone, with 383 cases and 211 deaths. By August 2014, the death toll has reached more than 3700 cases and 1800 deaths, forcing the WHO to publicly declared the Ebola Virus Disease a Public Health Emergency of International Concern and releasing a monetary aid of $200 million to combat the epidemic. In October 2014, Thomas Eric Duncan, died of Ebola, making him the first case of EVD in the U.S, and Germany saw its first deaths of Ebola in the country. At the end of 2014 there were over 19000 cases of Ebola and approximately 7500 deaths, and throughout the year 2015, death tolls continued to rise, though positive progress have been made in the war against EVD. Senegal and Nigeria was confirmed Ebola-free in October 2015, followed by Liberia in May 2015 and Sierra Leone in March of 2016. Prior, on January 14th 2016, marking the end of the horrific West Africa Ebola outbreak. The achievements, the casualties, the progress, they are all there, once again warn us that how fragile humanity is, and easy a disease can spiral out of control

Source:
https://ebolaresponse.un.org/timeline
https://www.cdc.gov/vhf/ebola/outbreaks/2014-west-africa/index.html
http://www.who.int/mediacentre/factsheets/fs103/en/,
Image in the comment section. Source: http://www.who.int/csr/disease/ebola/maps/en/

Don’t forget to apply to be part of the NKMUN team:
Application for Designer Team and PR team are open from 14/10/2017 to 28/10/2017.
Application form: http://bit.ly/2kSZWGe
Job description: http://bit.ly/2wXm43A
Application Form: http://bit.ly/2wXHQEc
Job description: http://bit.ly/2ibBw9U

15/10/2017

[Grand Recruitment: PR Team]

Haven’t you heard? NKMUN is now up and running!

This year, we proudly boast an array of exciting and amazing activities, meetings, and even workshops that will sure draw the attention of any student. However, for us to ensure that there is always a decent-sized audience attending our events, it is vital that we have creative and effective advertising campaigns throughout the whole year.

That’s the reason why we ask you all to heed our call. Become part of NKMUN’s PR Team. Together, we will connect students all over Ho Chi Minh city, from all walks of life. Together, we will kindle the passion for debating and light up the dream of one day becoming a delegate in the United Nations.

What are you waiting for?

Application for PR Team is open from 14/10/2017 to 28/10/2017.
Application Form: http://bit.ly/2wXHQEc
Job description: http://bit.ly/2ibBw9U

15/10/2017

[Grand Recruitment: Designer Team]

Greetings from the organzing team of NKMUN!

The wait is finally over! NKMUN is now looking for its next generation of miracles. This year, we will not only establish activities to familiarize you with the MUN platform but also aim to bring about a high-end experience you have never seen before. Enhanced interaction among members, thorough knowlegde about positions in MUN, refined information pools about world issues are a few features presented to you this year.

But the makeover will not be completed without a change in appearance, which can only be perfected by the hands of you talented designers. Here in NKMUN we understand the importance of the harmony between thought-provoking contents and eye-catching illustrations. So if you have an eye for aesthetics, a sharp mind for politics and a heart that beats for exciting challenges, NKMUN is a place for you!

Do not hesitate and join us now!

Application for Designer Team open from 14/10/2017 to 28/10/2017.
Application form: http://bit.ly/2kSZWGe
Job description: http://bit.ly/2wXm43A

10/10/2017

[NUCLEAR PROLIFERATION]

On October 6th, 2017, the International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons (ICAN) was officially announced to be awarded the 2017 Nobel Peace Prize, it was not the first time an international group had been awarded a Nobel Peace Prize, nor it the first anti-nuclear weapon organisation to be awarded one either, however, considering the World’s situation at hand, with North Korea’s constant missile testing, threat of a Hydrogen bomb detonation, disputes and controversies surrounding Iran’s nuclear military sites, and the metaphorical Doomsday Clock’s second closest approach to midnight since 1947; the Award was highly logical and needed to raise the public’s awareness of the ever-looming threats of nuclear weapons, and nuclear war as a whole.

But what is Nuclear Weapon? Classified as one of the major weapons of mass destruction, Nuclear Weapon, according to the definition of the Advisory Opinion issued by the International Court of Justice, are explosive devices whose energy results from the fusion or fission of the atom. The first and last ever use of nuclear weapon in warfare was in 1945, now known as the Atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, resulted in at 130 000 deaths, proving that nuclear weapon, if deployed inadequate amount, could reduce the Earth to rubble in mere seconds. As seen once again during the 1962 Cuban Missile Crisis and the M.A.D (Mutual Assured Destruction) doctrine, it is clear to mankind that nuclear weapon is and will never be the way of the future.
Since then, there have been many attempts and efforts made to proliferate nuclear weapons, ranging from U.N Resolutions, to intergovernmental treaties, most notably the United Nations Security Council Resolution 1887, the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons, as well as the 2011 New START between the United States and Russia, and the now superseded Treaty of Moscow, all created to promote and ensure nuclear disarmament and proliferation around the world.

Furthermore, there have been organizations established with a single goal, which is to encourage nuclear-free policies and nuclear weapons disarmament globally. Founded by the United Nations in 1957 was the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), and the UN Office for Disarmament Affairs (UNODA) in 1998, alongside the Nobel Peace Prize, awarded International Physicians for the Prevention of Nuclear War and the more recent ICAN Organisation, they are all working towards a new world, in which the ghost of nuclear weapon no longer haunts humanity.

Photo source: Google

04/10/2017

[ THE DEADLIEST HIDDEN FACTOR OF FAMINE ]

Last month, the UN Security Council publicly condemned conflict as the major cause of famine, calling for long-term recoveries and resilience in conflict-affected countries. The organization, later on, accentuated a presidential statement acknowledging the link between conflict and famine, receiving warm welcomes from The United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO).

Because there are conflicts in these countries, an average of 5 million people have to rely on the receiving of humanitarian assistance from organizations like the UN to sustain themselves every year. As these countries' food resources mainly derived from agriculture, it is impossible for the people to grow crops during the conflicts. This pushes the country to the verge of falling apart as a nation and leave them with no choice but to starve their citizens. The situation does not only affect the people but would also lead to even more problems such as diseases, crimes, and malnutrition in children.

Countries like Ethiopia and South Sudan are struggling to overcome the aftermath of famine caused by conflicts. In fact, post-conflict countries like them are at risk with a 40 percent more likely to revert to conflict within a 10-year timespan. The alarming effect of famine urges the governments to take action alongside with intergovernmental organizations like FAO and the UN. In order to overcome the situation and help prevent the similar things from happening again in the future, nations suffering from famines have to establish new food security methods to ensure that, should the same thing were to happen again, they would have safety measures to approach the problem at hand.

Since agriculture is often the main livelihood of those conflict-affected countries, it is of paramount importance to provide their people with rural livelihood support. In a survey conducted by the FAO in 2016, they found that over 75 percent of the population in Syria still consume the food of their own production, even if it was on a small scale. If the governments switch from an overly dependent focus on the production of agricultural output to finding an emergency escape for the food shortage, famine will not likely be the death of thousands of people in those countries.

Another pathway to establishing food stability is to invest in the persistent development of food production. For this reason, a corporate peacebuilding policy to amplify FAO's contribution to conflict prevention has been developed recently. The organization has partnered with Colombia's Rural Development Agency to support policies with a view to restoring rural areas that are heavily affected by armed conflicts. This ensures a more sustainable food resource for families in such areas to recover from the tragedies and furthermore improve the country's agricultural competitiveness.

All in all, we see that combining efforts to restore and support resilient neighborhoods with peacebuilding and conflict resolution efforts is critical for the sustainable development and food security. Vice versa, investing in food resources might help prevent possible civil conflicts and achieve sustained peace.

Photo source: UN Security Council

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