@ Burlingame City Hall
For more background on the historic 18 June 1858 Treaty, signed by Anson Burlingame, on behalf of the US as its Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary to the Qing Empire, read the link below:
Come celebrate with us on Sunday afternoon 70 years of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR) — and hear more about what individuals and our local communities are doing in support of human rights. Featured speakers:
Ken Rosenberg – Council member City of Mountain View
Francisco J. Rivera Juaristi – Director of Human Rights Clinic & Associate Clinical Professor at Santa Clara University School of Law
Guillermo Reyes – Consul General of Mexico in San Francisco
Vandana Arora Varanasi – ACLU Board Member & International Human Rights degree holder.
Also, for a chance to win one of the three prizes, join the fun of raffle for cause!
Please register on Eventbrite: https://unamidpen.eventbrite.com
Learn more about Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
We are proud to invite you and your chapter to participate in this years Inter-generational Model United Nations” IGMUN VIII Conference. This event will be held on January 12, 2019, from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm, in Berkeley at the First Presbyterian Church.
The theme of this year’s conference is Global Goals 2030 agenda, uniting key issues of successful sustainable development. You will be able to apply your knowledge in any field of your interest, including international relations, business, medicine, IT, and more!
The event is an excellent opportunity for you and/or your chapter members to learn more about urgent topics in international development and progress of the Global Goals, as well as experience the role of a UN representative through simulated sessions. Visit our website http://www.igmun.org/ to learn more about the event.
Tickets and more info at:
If you are interested in participating, as attendees, Early Bird registration closes on October 31st.
You may also choose to participate as Chairs by applying through HERE and gain insight into model United Nations conference planning. Chairs commitment is a vital part of the conference’s success.
Join us at the conference and invite your friends to participate in the model United Nations proceedings! It is a great alternative for your Saturday, as you will have a unique educational experience that is also very fun. No experience or prior training is needed! Every student that attends will have the opportunity to purchase a discount ticket!!