On the 5th October the Secretary General Syria Paoloni, the chair of the UNESCO Committe Anastasia Brusini and Mrs. Adami went to the University of Udine to visit Prof. Grimaz, an expert in risk reduction and in the securing of infrastructures and rebuilding of the damaged ones by natural disasters. Grimaz told them about his trips around the world with the aim of exporting his project in different countries. During the conference the delegates of the UNESCO Committee will have the possibility to meet and speak with Mr. Grimaz, famous all over the world for his experience in this sector!
On the 1st October the chair of the Historical Committee Cecilia Furioso Cenci, the Secretary General Syria Paoloni, Mrs. Chiandotto and Mrs Pettoello went to Redipuglia, important place for our region’s history, to visit the city mayor. Why Redipuglia? What did they do there?
This committee has been structured according to the actual procedures of the International Conference of the Red Cross and Red Crescent. Within CFMUNESCO ICRC, each Country is represented by two delegates from the same school, one representing the Government of the Country itself whereas the other representing the Red Cross or Red Crescent National Society of the same Country.
This means that:
- during preparation, both delegates have to focus on the positions they are going to represent during the debate (as a State or as a National Society) and they both can work on specific draft clauses or resolutions;
- during lobbying, both delegates can present or sign a draft resolution: the Chairs will remind them to sign the drafts with "Country name" (e.g. "FRANCE"), if representing the State, or with "Country name + NS" (e.g. "FRANCE NS"), if representing the National Society;
- during committee sessions, both delegates can actively take part in the debates by delivering speeches, presenting points and motions etc.
- during voting procedures, both delegates can cast their vote: the Chairs will take note of all the votes.
Since the ICRC is a resolution based committee, we invite all delegates to come to the conference with some draft clauses or with a complete draft resolution, and we recommend them to be willing to cooperate with other delegates.
The ICRC is going to be CFMUNESCO biggest committee, being composed by about 80 delegates. Thanks to the size of the committee and the double representation, the RCRC will be a great opportunity both for experienced delegates and for less experienced ones.
The Convitto Nazionale “Paolo Diacono” is a unique educational institution whose mission is to promote and provide an exceptional standard of education and guarantee its pupils and student a rewarding and enjoyable means of self-development.
The school provides students a top quality all-round education from Primary through Junior High school to High School levels.
Our motto is: living and learning in a community.
Our aim is: to learn the meaning of living together and to be prepared to play an active role as citizens of Europe and the world.