The Dais Global Voices Model UN
At LearningPlanet Festival
Theme: From Citizenship to Planetizenship
January 27th - 28th, 2023
The Dais Global Voices Model United Nations 2023 envisions a global community of youth working collectively as well as locally, (virtually and in situ) to co-create solutions towards the problems that the world is facing today as well as the future. The Model UN is being hosted by The Dais & Learning Planet Institute with several key partners with the theme, ' From Citizenship to Planetizenship'.
The Model UN Conference is being hosted by the Partners as part of the LearningPlanet Festival 2023 with it's theme, 'Learning to take care of oneself, others and the planet'.
Participation is free for all youth between 14 - 25 years and the sessions will be held on zoom. The aim of the Model UN is also to build knowledge and awareness, providing tools to the youth to be able to organise Model UN under their leadership and to participate in them and will also see workshops hosted for both effective participation and organising.
The 2022 Model UN at the LearningPlanet Festival
110+ participants representing 9 countries from around the world
Committees co-led by Youth members of the Youth Empowerment Circle’s Global Youth Council
2 resolutions centred on the transformation of Education
Key Highlights of the Conference
Over 250 young leaders
Gathering together from around the world to discuss key global challenges and finding solutions
6 Committees & Topics
Critical Global Issues being discussed over 2 Days ranging from Technology, Education, Climate, Health, Governance and Rights of Children
9 Supporting institutions
Collaborated together to support the learnings, showcase and follow up of conclusions of the conference and recognising the efforts of the delegates
Interactions with experts
The Model UN will see several global and domain experts interacting with the delegates besides the committee sessons
The participants from 13 - 17 years will get additional benefits from Generation Global Program to learn about SDGs
All delegates will get access to Model UN and Public Speaking Workshops hosted by The Dais
SHOWCASE OF SOLUTIONS AND FOLLOW UP
The resolutions and conclusions from the Model UN will be showcased during the year at several forums by the supporting organisations and those youth passionate to work on them and following up will have an opportunity to get together and continue the efforts and conversations after the conference
Governance Committee: Remodel United Nations General Assembly
Agenda: Rediscovering Global Development and Diplomacy with Increased Role of Civil Society & Private Organisations
Tech Committee: International Telecommunication Union
Agenda: Exploring AI and Tech for Good
Education Committee: UNESCO
Agenda: Reimagining Schools and School Education for the 21st Century
Climate Leadership Committee: UNEP
Agenda: Building youth leadership in climate actions through education, promoting social entrepreneurship and advocacy skills with youth
Children’s Rights Committee: UNICEF
Agenda: Rights of the Children in the 21st Century
Health Committee: World Health Organisation
Agenda: Addressing the mental health and well being related challenges to the youth
Applications are now Open
Eligibility Criteria - Youth in age group between 14 and 25 Years
Applications are free for all.
1. Fill the form & you will be assigned a committee and a country.
2. Attend the orientation and training sessions and participate in the MUN on the 27th and 28th January on zoom.
3. All delegates in age group of 14 - 17 years will also have access to Generation Global SDG modules in the Conference Toolkit
From Citizenship to Planetizenship
Planetizens are to the planet what citizens are to the city, meaning that whether you are a human, animal, plant, anything on this planet, you are endowed with rights in our global community. If the citywide and statewide levels are the appropriate scales for coming to democratic decisions on local and national issues, then in order to solve borderless crises, a larger planetary scale is needed.
In addition to being local citizens, we all need to learn to become ethical, inclusive, and respectful planetizens. Youth can be the first Planetizens of the 21st Century and the Model UN can be their laboratory to author the pathway and mandate for the future of the planet, its people and a prospective remodelled version of the United Nations itself!
- Francois Taddei, President, Learning Planet Institute
LearningPlanet Festival is a global celebration of learning, hosted around the International Day of Education.
In 2022, between 22nd and 30th January, the programme welcomed:
450+ online sessions on key themes: Youth Empowerment, Learning for Sustainability, New Models for Social Change, Transitions in Education, and Arts for Education
250+ Partner organisations
400+ high-level speakers
25,000 participants from 160+ countries active on the platform and several thousand on site participants in other key events of partners like UNESCO, Global Minnesota, SHEF, etc.
Foundation for Global Governance and Sustainability (FOGGS)
Established in Brussels in 2013, the Foundation for Global Governance and Sustainability (FOGGS) is a think-and-do tank, serving at the same time as research and ideas-generation centre, discussion forum and advocacy mechanism. FOGGS is a Public Benefit Foundation under Belgian law and is governed by its statutes, as modified in 2018, 2020, and 2021.
The FOGGS founders were inspired by the work of the UN Secretary-General’s High-Level Panel on Global Sustainability (2010-2012), which, among other things, was instrumental in introducing the concept of Sustainable Development Goals.
Children in All Policies (CAP-2030)
The future for 2.4 billion children is under unprecedented threat, yet bad outcomes are not inevitable. We can, across the world, make better choices. CAP-2030 works to centre children’s health and well-being in all policies, to ensure an equitable, sustainable future. CAP-2030 implement the recommendations of the WHO-UNICEF-Lancet Commission by promoting children’s rights and protecting their health through science, advocacy and coalition-building.
The World House Project, Stanford University
The World House Project seeks to realize Martin Luther King, Jr.’s vision of the world as a large house in which "we must learn somehow to live with each other in peace.” We combine educating on human rights and nonviolence with building an active global network. Through education and the network, The World House Project provides the world with empowering resources and strategies that engender solidarity among all peoples to realize King’s vision
Earth Day Network - India
The Earth Day Network India Trust conducts programs to reach out to varied demographic profiles across the length and breadth of the country—from those at the grassroots to policymakers. Earth Day Network coordinators cover the whole of India, conducting regular programs across the length and breadth of the country in all of the myriad geographic regions.
Y-East, initiative of Techno India Group, is a platform that connects all the individual and organisational actors of the sustainability and social sectors from and for East and North East India. In other words: all citizens, NGOs, corporations, investors, start-ups, public entities, educational institution which truly care about social and environmental impact and want to do something about it in these regions, in their own desired and possible capacity.
Center for Hybrid Intelligence
The Center for Hybrid Intelligence is a network of people exploring how humans can use advanced technology as a superpower for solving complex problems in ethical ways. You’ll find us working across disciplines, fields, and organization types, collaborating on research, training, education, and game development. We’re inclusive, creative, and focused on real-world impact. We share a passion for making sure that human+machine synergies are serving the best interests of humanity.