The Program on Negotiation at Harvard Law School, the Gleitsman Program for Leadership on Social Change at the Center for Public Leadership, the Harvard Kennedy School Negotiation Project, and the Belfer Center’s Future of Diplomacy Project are pleased to announce:
Registration Is Now Open for the 1st Annual
Harvard International Negotiation Crisis Simulation
Undergraduates, graduates, and PhD students from all Boston-area schools are eligible to apply; however, prior training in negotiation or conflict resolution is strongly recommended. Please click here for the 2015 Harvard International Negotiation Crisis simulation application.
Applications are due by March 27, 2015 at 6:00PM.
All applicants will be notified by Wednesday, April 1, 2015 if they have been selected to participate.
Friday, April 10, 2015 from 6:30PM – 9:00PM
Saturday, April 11, 2015 from 8:00AM – 11:00PM
Sunday, April 12, 2015 from 11:00AM – 2:00PM*
*An optional debrief class led by distinguished negotiation experts and practitioners will be held on Sunday, April 12, from 11:00AM to 2:00PM.
Harvard Law School campus
About the Simulation:
The United States is pulling out of Afghanistan. The United Nations tries to broker a fragile peace. Militant groups seek to disrupt the negotiations. What role will YOU play in determining the outcome?
The Program on Negotiation at Harvard Law School, the Gleitsman Program for Leadership on Social Change at the Center for Public Leadership, the Harvard Kennedy School Negotiation Project, and the Belfer Center’s Future of Diplomacy Project are excited to announce an open application for the first Harvard International Negotiation Crisis Simulation.
This one-of-a-kind intensive multi-party negotiation and conflict resolution simulation will bring together talented students from all across Boston and place them in a variety of challenging roles, ranging from the members of the National Security Council of the United States, to high-ranking diplomats from dozens of countries, to leaders of insurgent groups and human rights activists, as the global community works to build a lasting and sustainable peace in Afghanistan and Central Asia.
Responding to a dynamic and realistic negotiation environment, participants will have to deal with the uncertainty and pressures of elections in unstable democracies, terrorist attacks, domestic political constraints, drone strikes, and other forms of military action.
If you have any questions, please email HarvardNegotiationSimulation@gmail.com.
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