|Date:||noviembre 12, 2023|
V INTERNATIONAL SUMMIT 2023
The Global Network of Young Politicians (REDMUN) is proud to announce the V International Summit, taking place in the vibrant Mexico City, from November 9th to 11th, 2023.
This globally recognized event is a unique forum bringing together young leaders from over 30 countries, aimed at fostering dialogue, collective action, and collaboration while seeking solutions to today’s global challenges.
KEY THEMES OF THE SUMMIT
This year’s summit will delve into critical topics of international relevance, including:
- Democracy and governance
- Human rights
- Decent work and economic growth
Additionally, we will have working groups dedicated to the UN’s 2030 Agenda, discussing strategies to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals. We will host prominent speakers and influential leaders who will share their vision and experiences on these topics.
PARTICIPATION AND COLLABORATION
This event is an exceptional opportunity to join forces with young people from around the world, share the challenges we face in our respective countries, and generate a joint work plan with the GNYP and other invited organizations. We seek committed and passionate youth about society and politics, willing to contribute to building a better future.
Here is the preliminary agenda for the three days of the summit:
Day 1: November 9th
- Opening of the V International Summit
The opening ceremony will set the stage for our international gathering. It will include welcome remarks from key figures in the Global Network of Young Politicians and a presentation outlining the summit’s goals, themes, and schedule. We’ll also hear from a special guest speaker who will inspire us to think creatively and collaboratively about the important work ahead.
- Presentations on Democracy and Governance
Our summit will feature presentations from experts in the field of democracy and governance. They will explore a variety of issues, from democratic institutions and processes to the role of civil society in shaping policy. We’ll examine the challenges facing democracies today, consider case studies from different regions, and discuss strategies for promoting transparency, accountability, and participatory governance.
- Group work sessions
The group work sessions are designed to encourage active engagement and dialogue among participants. These sessions will provide an opportunity to discuss the themes of the summit in a more interactive and personal setting. Participants will be divided into small groups, each focusing on a specific topic or challenge. Guided by a facilitator, each group will work together to analyze the issue at hand, develop potential solutions, and present their ideas to the larger group. These sessions are a chance for delegates to learn from each other, build new relationships, and collaborate on innovative approaches to our shared challenges.
Day 2: November 10th
- Presentations on Human Rights
The Human Rights segment of our summit will consist of talks and discussions led by experts, activists, and policymakers in the field. They will delve into various aspects of human rights, including individual and collective rights, the role of international organizations in protecting these rights, and the challenges and opportunities related to human rights in the digital age. We’ll also have case studies focusing on different regions and communities, highlighting the vital importance of defending human rights in all corners of the world.
- Working groups on the 2030 Agenda
The working groups will be dedicated to the 2030 Agenda, a global initiative by the United Nations to achieve sustainable development goals. Participants will join focused discussions on topics such as poverty eradication, quality education, climate action, and inclusive societies. Facilitated by experienced moderators, each group will explore strategies and action plans to help achieve these targets within their communities and countries. The work from these groups will feed into the summit’s final recommendations, contributing to a global roadmap for sustainable development.
- Networking and cultural activities
An integral part of our summit is the chance for participants to connect with each other outside of formal sessions. Networking events will allow delegates to form personal and professional connections, exchange ideas, and potentially collaborate on future projects.
We will also host cultural activities that showcase the rich heritage and diversity of our host city, Mexico City. These may include guided tours, traditional music and dance performances, and opportunities to sample local cuisine. These activities aim to provide a fun and engaging way for delegates to learn more about the local culture, as well as relax and recharge after a day of intensive discussions.
Day 3: November 11th
- Presentations on Decent Work and Economic Growth
This portion of the summit will center on the themes of decent work and economic growth. Experts from international organizations, academia, and the private sector will share their insights on these critical issues. We will discuss strategies for promoting full and productive employment, decent working conditions, and inclusive and sustainable economic growth. Topics may include labor rights, entrepreneurship, youth employment, gender equality in the workplace, and the role of technology and innovation in driving economic growth.
- Conclusion of working groups and presentation of findings
Following the working group discussions, each group will have the opportunity to present their findings to the larger summit audience. This will include an overview of the problem they focused on, the potential solutions they identified, and the actions they propose for moving forward. These presentations are a critical part of our collective effort to address the challenges discussed during the summit. They provide an opportunity to share ideas, receive feedback, and build momentum for future initiatives.
- Closing of the V International Summit
The closing ceremony of the V International Summit will serve to wrap up the three-day event, summarizing the key insights, ideas, and proposals that have emerged during the discussions. We will hear from several influential speakers who will reflect on what we have achieved during the summit and inspire us to continue the work that lies ahead. We will also present the official summit declaration, which will consolidate the recommendations developed throughout the summit and provide a roadmap for our collective efforts moving forward. This ceremony will serve as a powerful reminder of our shared commitment to creating a better future and the important role each of us has to play in this endeavor.
Registrations for the V International Summit are officially open. Secure your place by completing our online registration form before June 10, 2023.
Registration cost 10 dollars pay here
If you need more information about the summit, please do not hesitate to contact us. We are here to assist you with anything you need related to the event.
We are eager to welcome you to Mexico City in November and work together to build a better world.
- Georgina +52 1 951 209 5242
- Paul +1 (646) 980-3731
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, adopted by all United Nations Member States in 2015, provides a shared blueprint for peace and prosperity for people and the planet, now and into the future. At its heart are the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), which are an urgent call for action by all countries – developed and developing – in a global partnership. They recognize that ending poverty and other deprivations must go hand-in-hand with strategies that improve health and education, reduce inequality, and spur economic growth – all while tackling climate change and working to preserve our oceans and forests.
The SDGs build on decades of work by countries and the UN, including the UN Department of Economic and Social Affairs
In June 1992, at the Earth Summit in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, more than 178 countries adopted Agenda 21, a comprehensive plan of action to build a global partnership for sustainable development to improve human lives and protect the environment.
Member States unanimously adopted the Millennium Declaration at the Millennium Summit in September 2000 at UN Headquarters in New York. The Summit led to the elaboration of eight Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) to reduce extreme poverty by 2015.
The Johannesburg Declaration on Sustainable Development and the Plan of Implementation, adopted at the World Summit on Sustainable Development in South Africa in 2002, reaffirmed the global community’s commitments to poverty eradication and the environment, and built on Agenda 21 and the Millennium Declaration by including more emphasis on multilateral partnerships.
At the United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development (Rio+20) in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, in June 2012, Member States adopted the outcome document «The Future We Want» in which they decided, inter alia, to launch a process to develop a set of SDGs to build upon the MDGs and to establish the UN High-level Political Forum on Sustainable Development. The Rio +20 outcome also contained other measures for implementing sustainable development, including mandates for future programmes of work in development financing, small island developing states and more.
In 2013, the General Assembly set up a 30-member Open Working Group to develop a proposal on the SDGs.
In January 2015, the General Assembly began the negotiation process on the post-2015 development agenda. The process culminated in the subsequent adoption of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, with 17 SDGs at its core, at the UN Sustainable Development Summit in September 2015.
2015 was a landmark year for multilateralism and international policy shaping, with the adoption of several major agreements:
Sendai Framework for Disaster Risk Reduction (March 2015)
Addis Ababa Action Agenda on Financing for Development (July 2015)
Transforming our world: the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development with its 17 SDGs was adopted at the UN Sustainable Development Summit in New York in September 2015.
Paris Agreement on Climate Change (December 2015)
Now, the annual High-level Political Forum on Sustainable Development serves as the central UN platform for the follow-up and review of the SDGs.