World Youth Summit FAQ’s

Model UN or MUN (Model United Nations) also known as simulation of United Nations, is an educational or an academic activity in which students act as a diplomat and represent their countries in simulation of different UN committees and special agencies, gather at one platform to discuss and resolve global issues, such conferences organized by high schools, colleges, universities as well as different NGO’s who are associate or work under the umbrella of United Nations. At the end of most conferences, the student’s hard work and their performance judged by the chairman/director of committees, which are appreciated as Outstanding diplomacy or best delegate award.

World Youth Summit is a three days simulation for international students held biannually in any part of the globe. The first edition of the World Youth Summit was held in the Turkish Republic of North Cyprus. During these days, participants or delegates engaged themselves into the Dynamics of international relations by assuming the roles of world leaders and influential decision-makers. It is an opportunity for delegates to improve their skills in many domains such as teamwork, negotiation, leadership, public speaking and many others. The 2nd edition will be held in South Africa, Johannesburg. A particular focus was given to the SDG 4 “Quality Education”, thus this will also be one of the focus areas of the second edition in Johannesburg.

We believe in change and we can only reach to it if we start working hard now. Our Target is youth because they are vibrant and strong and they also represent the future. So we empower young leaders.

Excellent Substantive Staff. The staff of WYS has the most dedicated directors because they are carefully selected. All of them are experts on their respective field, and have been into it for a long time now. We make sure that delegates at the end of the conference leave with the idea that the world change can only be done through them and they own that power.

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