RhodesMRC 2018 will be the 9th University Edition of the Rhodes Model Regional Co-operation, a conference simulating the works of regional international organizations. Growing from 2 committees and 50 participants in 2010 to 9 committees and 500+ available seats for 2018, RhodesMRC was always about innovating, expanding, including everyone in. Till today more than 1400 young students and professionals from 24 countries have visited Rhodes for five days in October to have an amazing academic experience, develop their skills, entagle in a benefiting intercultural exchange, in one of the most amazing heritage backdrops available.
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One World | 9 Committees | 500+ Participants
Since its 8th Edition, RhodesMRC, has split the University and High School conference in two completely separate events, in order to facilitate the participation of more participants in both. RhodesMRC 2018 has been designed with specific targets in mind: 1. Maximize the possible number of participants, 2. Further diversify its set of simulated organizations, 3. Be representative of almost every region of the world.
- With 9 committees and exercising the dual delegation practice, this year’s conference will have 380 seats for member states and 110 seats for observer states to its offerings.
- Our offerings to organizations with high political significance (NATO, OSCE, LAS, MEPC), with democracy and human rights at its core (Council of Europe, OAS, African Union) or strong financial and development aspects (BSEC, APEC), coverning a wide set of topics as our agenda will prove.
- Including the observer-states of our organizations RhodesMRC includes almost every country of the world (sorry Nepal and North Korea).