Bargaining and decision making on the UN Security Council - ACE (Alternative Curriculum Events) Week
This event is part of the School of Social Sciences' ACE week and open to School of Social Sciences students only.
- From: Tuesday 17 November 2015, 2 pm
- To: Tuesday 17 November 2015, 4 pm
- Location: BTS308, Boots Library, Nottingham Trent University, City Campus, Goldsmith Street, Nottingham, NG1 5LS
This event is for Social Sciences students as part of ACE Week, which is your chance to:
- Explore your chosen subject through a range of activities.
- Debate topics relevant to your subject with Social Sciences students from other courses and years.
- Engage with a range of extra curricula activities to complement your studies and future career.
Bargaining and decision making on the UN Security Council
This event simulates (in simplified form), the decision making process of the UN Security Council. Specifically Article 27, the process of bargaining and negotiation. You will represent permanent members of the UN Security Council (either individually or in groups). You'll then be presented by a range of global policy dilemmas. Each country will have different interests and you will want to pursue/promote the interests of the country you have been assigned. Over the course of six issues you will discuss, bargain, bribe and vote to try to facilitate produce decisions that satisfy your national interests.
What you need to check before attending the event:
- Are you studying Psychology with Sociology and/or a Criminology module as part of BA Health and Social Care course? If so, you will need to check your module learning rooms to see if your lectures are still taking place.
- Are you studying on the BA (Hons) Criminology; BA (Hons) Social Work, BSc (Hons) Psychology; BSc (Hons) Psychology with Sociology; or BSc (Hons) Psychology with Criminology? You will still have scheduled teaching, seminars or you will be on placement. You are very welcome to attend our ACE Week events that do not clash with your scheduled teaching.
Want to join the conversation about ACE Week? Use #aceweek
This event is free to attend but places are limited so we recommend you book as soon as possible.
If you have any questions about this event, please contact Matthew Ashton or more information.
The School of Social Sciences reserves the right to postpone or cancel this event in unexpected staff absence.