Honorable prospective guests,
Ladies and gentlemen,
The world is in a constant state of war. It is the Law of the Jungle. Any form of peace is regionally circumstantial and temporary. We, as a society, must understand that evil may never be fully removed, but rather contained at most. NATO was formed in 1949 under this motive: to provide collective security against the threat of the Soviet Union. Its creation marked the first peacetime military alliance in the Western Hemisphere; its success currently renders it the most powerful coalition.
Violence is not the term to be promoted from the facts above- NATO's military involvement is reserved for times of collective self-defense. The important take-away is that of cooperation, of unitedly doing what is best to protect the people against threats of terrorism or crimes against humanity. As a preparation for our generation, getting first-hand experience on what it's like to decide and act upon matters of international security is key. Understanding how it feels to have your back against the wall before reality puts you in that position will render us, the future leaders of the world, at a clear advantage when compared to our predecessors.
It is with great pleasure that we invite you to take part in the sixth edition of the Bucharest Model NATO Conference. Like in its previous years, our event's aim is to bring together a young talented body of individuals looking to challenge the status quo and to bring forth novel perspectives and ideas. We would like to thank our sponsors for the opportunity to internationally promote outspokenness in our generation, once again.
During the three days in session, six committees will be working towards strategizing and enforcing armed deployment plans, or respectively, towards reaching consensus over topics of military importance to our organization. This year will empower delegates with realistic abilities to deploy and act, as a consequence of our extended focus on military conflicts. You can find our new agenda, structure, and rules of procedure below.
We sincerely thank you and welcome you to register as a chairperson, delegate, or as a member of staff, and are looking forward to witnessing your involvement in this year's edition.
On behalf of the Secretariat,
H.E. Andrei Petroff,
President of the Councils
If you do not require accommodation, the fee is 65€ (venue, coffee breaks, lunch, materials) and if you do, the fee is 90€ (3* Hotel accommodation, transport from and to the airport, meals, coffee breaks, venue & materials).
Delegates can choose a preferred country and committee. When assigning countries and committees, the board will try to take your preference into consideration. Your seat at the conference is reserved once your payment has been received.
To join our team as a volunteer, click here.
For the Rules of Procedure, click here.
Ana Georgescu is a freshman at Harvard University and an International Computer High school of Bucharest alumna. She is passionate about astronomy, robotics
Maria comes from the city of Dragasani where she played a lot of chess. She moved to the capital to study at ICHB in one of the
Pogo is a high school student in the 12th grade at "Gheorghe Lazar" National College. In her spare time, she runs an online fashion e-shop (Go-style) and travels all around the world through Erasmus+ youth exchanges and other volunteering projects. In the near future, she dreams of pursuing a Business major at a top American university and, at the same time, starting an innovative social venture in the field of education.
Matei Mares is a 12th grader at "Gheorghe Lazar" National College. He is
Andrei is a high-school student in the 12th grade at the International Computer High School of Bucharest. He is passionate about science and has participated in many national and international competitions on biology, physics, chemistry
Minodora is a high school student in the 11th grade at "Gheorghe Lazar" National College. She loves playing the Piano and the accordion. Dodo is currently competing in the first women's soccer league. Her strong ambition, her organized mind
Matei studies at the National College for Informatics "Tudor Vianu". He is currently pursuing a degree in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science. He has also participated in speaking competitions and has collaborated with a few television providers. "
Minodora is a 12th grader at Gheorghe Lazar National College. She loves playing the piano and the accordion. Apart from this, she is the midfielder of a team which participates in the first league of the national women football championship. Her strong ambition, her organized mind and her competitive nature helped her succeed in various international projects and activities.
Razvan is a junior student at Laude-Reut Educational Complex. The main topics that define his interests are Artificial Intelligence and Particle Physics which he both combines in the research project he is working on. Being last year’s winner of the Best Overall Delegate award and taking part in many other diplomacy conferences he shaped his perspective as an ambitious advocate of truth and cooperation.
Mihai is a senior student at National College “Mihai Viteazul”. His passions, among world affairs and debate, are Mathematics and Economics. He participated in many international diplomacy conferences and supports a constant awarness of events around the globe, which shape our world. In addition to these, he is particulary fond of travelling.
Calin is a high-school student in the 12th grade at the International Computer High School of Bucharest.He is passionate about economics and business studies.His rigorous thinking and his desire to help others drove him to join Leo Moonlight Bucharest , a club where he organized with his colleagues many charitable events.