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TABLE OF CONTENTS

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MESSAGE TO ROME MODEL UNITED NATIONS CONFERENCE

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WELCOME FROM RomeMUN 2014 EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR

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PRESIDENT OF THE ITALIAN REPUBLIC

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PRESIDENT OF THE CHAMBER OF DEPUTIES OF ITALY

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CONFERENCE AGENDA

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RomeMUN SCHEDULE

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COMMITTEE LOCATIONS

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OPENING CEREMONY SCHEDULE

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OPENING CEREMONY- SPEAkER PROFILES

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RomeMUN LOGISTICS

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RomeMUN SHUTTLE SERVICE TIMETABLE

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RomeMUN SCHOLARS

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RomeMUN COORDINATORS

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SOCIAL EVENTS

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OPPORTUNITY FAIR


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MESSAGE TO ROME MODEL UNITED NATIONS CONFERENCE

U N I T E D NAT I O N S

NAT I O N S U N I E S

THE SECRETARY-GENERAL Rome, 13 - 17 March 2014 Your participation in this Model UN comes at a time of opportunity and risk for the human family. We are the first generation that can end extreme poverty -- yet people and the planet face the rising pressures of a warming climate, growing inequality and exploitation from mines to fields to factory floor. The United Nations works every day, around the clock, across the world, to confront today’s emergencies while building foundations of peace for tomorrow. We are feeding the hungry, fighting disease and pressing for a nuclear-weapon-free world. We are strengthening peacekeeping, peacebuilding and preventive diplomacy as well as our tools for justice and accountability. Our sights are also set on the key year of 2015: the deadline for achieving the Millennium Development Goals, reaching an agreement on climate change and adopting a bold vision for the period beyond 2015 that will advance economic growth, social progress and environmental stewardship. These plans are ambitious. We need people to make them real. That means you. I count on you to use the negotiating skills you learn in this Model UN exercise to help navigate the real-world challenges we face. I encourage you to join forces with like-minded individuals and groups to generate change and promote mutual tolerance, understanding and respect. I also hope you will link to the United Nations through our Twitter and Facebook accounts. Technology has globalized communications. Now we have to globalize compassion and citizenship. In a world that is more connected, we must be more united. With our fates ever more entwined, our future must be one of ever deeper and wider cooperation. That is the global logic of our times. I look forward to the contributions you will make to our shared work for peace, development and human rights. Please accept my best wishes for a memorable experience. Ban ki Moon

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WELCOME FROM RomeMUN 2014 EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR

DR. DANIELA CONTE Honorable Delegates, It is my privilege to extend my warm welcome to all of you to the Rome Model United Nations 2014 and it is my honor to serve as Executive Director to the 5th edition of this international conference. My name is Daniela Conte, and I’m the President of Giovani nel Mondo Association. The Association Giovani nel Mondo is a non-profit, independent, non-political and non-sectarian organization. The Association pursues educational and cultural purposes of both a national and an international nature. The Association primarily addresses young people between eighteen and thirty years of age in order to support them in their educational formation and growth in the professional, academic and socio-cultural field. Giovani nel Mondo association launched RomeMUN in 2009 and we are very proud to say that our conference in few years became one of the biggest and most prestigious MUN conferences all over the world. RomeMUN is the conference with the biggest number of scholarships and grants for participants, we thank Luiss Guido Carli University for sponsoring this year 150 scholarships’ programme (www.luiss.it). Moreover we have activated a programme of international exchange with other MUNs all over the world so we have dozens of free seats to offer for the best RomeMUN 2014 delegates! For more info about it please see http://www.romemun.org/index.php?dispatch=diplomaticSimulationConference&language=i MUN is such an inspiring experience, where you are not only learning about major issues around the world, but also developing network and making friends of a lifetime. It is a valuable experience for practice on researching, public speaking, decision-making and problem solving. Last but not least, MUN opens your mind and develops your analytical thinking. I look forward to meeting you all. Sincerely, Daniela Conte

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PRESIDENT OF THE ITALIAN REPUBLIC

The diplomatic Counsellor of the President of the Italian Republic Dear President,

Rome, 11th December 2013

I would like to thank you for your kind letter of last September 6th, with which you brought to my attention the contents of the initiative “Rome Model United Nations 2014�, that will be held in the capital city on next March, with the participation of hundreds of college and high school students coming from around the world. I would like to express, in particular, my sincere appreciation for the initiative promoted by Giovani nel Mondo Association. The event, now at its fifth edition, is part of the usual attention given by the Association to the relationship between young people and international topics, aimed to encourage the dialogue and the mutual understanding between different cultures. I am sure that, as it already happened in the past, the event will empower the relationship between civil society and international relations, promoting in particular the role of new generations. On the occasion I wish you to succeed in the Conference. kind regards

Amb. Antonio Zanardi Landi

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PRESIDENT OF THE CHAMBER OF DEPUTIES OF ITALY

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CONFERENCE AGENDA

“BEYOND 2015: A NEW AGENDA FOR DEVELOPMENT” At the Millennium Summit in September 2000 the largest gathering of world leaders in history adopted the UN Millennium Declaration, committing the international community to gain 8 important goals, which range from halving extreme poverty rates to halting the spread of HIV/AIDS and providing universal primary education, by the target date of 2015. Now the deadline is approaching and UN needs to rethink these goals and carry on with an ambitious post-2015 development agenda. This is the challenge RomeMUN delegates are going to deal with for RomeMUN 2014 conference.

ROMEMUN SECRETARIAT

Executive Director: DR. DANIELA CONTE Secretary General: LUCA MARCO GIRALDIN VON LAHNSTEIN Under - Secretary General: ANTON kUTIN

COMMITEES

FAO - FOOD AND AGRICULTURE ORGANIZATION Chair: GIACOMO SPROCCATI Director: PRINCE ATTRAMS Junior Experts: MANUELA TRISCHITTA, BERNARD LUTETE TOPIC A: Improving production through the spread of know-how in sustainable farming techniques for households and share of knowledge with the aim of securing food provision; TOPIC B: Urban farming and best practices to renovate food habits, increase variety and availability of aliments and reconsider the waste cycle in developed and developing countries. UNHRC - UNITED NATIONS HUMAN RIGHTS COUNCIL Chair: AGNESE CIGLIANO Director: ALESSIO MIRRA Young Experts: MARIA TERESA SPINELLI, ALFRED kUYOLI TOPIC A: Human rights and traditional values: new horizons between a broader protection of individuals and the defense of identities TOPIC B:New generation’s human rights - meeting development changes of a new era. ITU - INTERNATIONAL TELECOMMUNICATIONS UNION Chair: DARIO PANADA Director: OMAR E. EL TAWIL Young Experts: CARLA LICCIARDELLO TOPIC A: The question of cyber-terrorism: Devising measures to guarantee the integrity of networks and communications and addressing the questions of illicit use of users' personal data on the Internet, unauthorized access to private networks and abuse of digital systems; TOPIC B:Devising measures to increase the percentage of the general population having reliable access to the Internet, with special focus on LEDCs UNSC - UNITED NATIONS SECURITY COUNCIL Chair: FRANCISCO INFANTE Director: CONSTANTIN MURARU Young Expert: RITALBA MAZZARA TOPIC A: Drones & Ethical Dilemmas in the Application of Military Force TOPIC B: The role of the external actors in resolving territorial disputes UNGA - UNITED NATIONS GENERAL ASSEMBLY Chair: CESAR BRICEÑO-ATENCIO Director: kARINA STANGE CALANDRIN

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Young Experts: FEDERICA TURINA, PAOLO MIkI CITO TOPIC A: Democratization of the UN Security Council TOPIC B:GA - A true international regulatory organization ICJ - INTERNATIONAL COURT OF JUSTICE Chair: JOSÉ ANTONIO VILLENA Director: JELENA TODIC Young Experts: LUNA ARISTEI, FRANCESCO ACHILLE TOPIC A: Ferrari case - Republic of Italy vs. Japan on International Intellectual Property Rights TOPIC B: HIV pharmaceuticals - Austria vs. Brazil - Intellectual Property against Health as a constitutional mandate. CEU - COUNCIL OF EUROPEAN UNION Chair: FELIPE JOSÉ CUELLO-PEREZ Director: ALBERT kHAOUTIEV Young Experts: GRIGOR YERITSYAN, EBENEZER ESSILFIE NYAME TOPIC A: Expanding the Eurozone: A post-crisis perspective on the future of a single European currency TOPIC B: Bitcoin and Europe: Digital currencies, the Eurozone, transnational markets and Government. PRESS Journalist coordinator: FEDERICA CALDERONI TUTORS France24: LAURA BALLERINI BBC: LAURA LISANTI Al-Jazeera: VALENTINA VIVONA Russia Today: BEATRICE CATALLO, VALERIO LETIZIA CCTV: ANNA DITTA RTVE: GIOVANNA CARNEVALE TRANSLATOR SERVICE Coordinator: SELENE PEDETTA PECCIA

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RomeMUN SCHEDULE Thursday, March 13th, FAO, Room Plenary Meeting, via delle Terme di Caracalla 1.00 pm Delegates Registration 2.30/6.30 pm Opening Ceremony

Friday, March 14th, Luiss Guido Carli University, Via Parenzo 11, Viale Pola 12* 9.30 am/11.00 am Committee session - Workshops on Agenda Topics 10.30 am, Abassador Francesco Paolo Fulci, President Ferrero S.p.A., Aula Magna, Viale Pola 12 11.00 am/11.30 am Coffee break 1.30 pm Light Lunch 2.30 pm/5.00 pm Committees Session 5.00 pm/5.30 pm Coffee Break 6.00 pm/7pm Committee Session

Saturday, March 15th, Luiss Guido Carli University, Via Parenzo 11, Viale Pola 12* 9.30 am/11.00 am Committee session 11.00 am/11.30 am Coffee break 1.30 pm Light Lunch 2.30 pm/5.00 pm Committees Session 5.00 pm/5.30 pm Coffee Break 6.00 pm/7pm Committee Session

Sunday, March 16th, Luiss Guido Carli University, Via Parenzo 11, Viale Pola 12* 9.30 am/11.00 am Committee session 11.00 am/11.30 am Coffee break 1.30 pm Light Lunch 2.30 pm/5.00 pm Committees Session 5.00 pm/5.30 pm Coffee Break 5.30 pm Major of Rome - Mr. Ignazio Marino 6.00 pm/ 7pm Committee Session 8.00 pm until very late: ROME MUN DANCE PARTY, GOA CLUB, Via di Libetta,13

Monday, March 17th, EATALY, Piazzale XII Ottobre 1492, Roma 10.00 AM/ 1.30 PM CLOSING CEREMONY 10.00 AM / 1.30 PM ROMEMUN OPPORTUNITY FAIR

* to know in which venues your committee is please refer to the COMMITTES LOCATIONS

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COMMITTEE LOCATIONS THURSDAY, MARCH 13th FAO BUILDUING Via delle terme di Caracalla, Room Plenary Meting ALL COMMITTES

FRIDAY MARCH 14th, SATURDAY MARCH 15th SUNDAY MARCH 16th LUISS UNIVERSITY Via Parenzo, 11 ITU Aula Magna FAO Room 3 UNHRC Room 1 CEU Room 13 ICJ Room 19 JOURNALIST AND TRANSLATORS Rooms 10 SERVICE CENTER Green Room LUISS UNIVERSITY Viale Pola, 12 GA Aula Magna Mario Arcelli SC Room 118 SERVICE CENTRE Room 104

MONDAY, MARCH 17th EATALY Piazzale XII Ottobre 1942 ALL COMMITTES

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OPENING CEREMONY SCHEDULE

THURSDAY, MARCH 13th, FAO, ROOM PLENARY MEETING, Via delle Terme di Caracalla 2.00 pm Delegates Registration 3.00 pm RomeMUN Opening Cerimony Moderator: Minister Stefano Baldi - Director of the Diplomatic Institute of the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Author of “Carriere Internazionali” 3.00 pm Welcome Remarks FAO Representative Dr. Daniela Conte, RomeMUN Executive Director Anton kutin, Under Secretary General Mr. Ahmad Alhendawi (Video), the UN Envoy for Youth Prof. Leonardo Morlino, Luiss Guido Carli Professor of Political Science Dr. Francesca Del Nero, School of Dreamers Dr. Leonardo Massa, Country Manager Italia MSC Crociere 4.OO pm Italy in the World PANEL H. E. Ambassador Maurizio Melani, Former Director General for The Country Promotion, Italian Minister of Foreign Affairs Min. Pl. Michele Baiano, Deputy Director General/Principal Director for the United Nations and Human Rights Italian Excellences: Tradition/Arts and Enterprises The Great Beauty - Awarded at 2014 Oscar Cerimony Dr. Andrea Guanci, Marketing Director MSC Crociere Q&A Time 5.00 pm United Nations in Italy PANEL Mr. Brian Thompson, FAO Senior Nutrition Officer and Coordinator of the Second International Confererence on Nutrition Secretariat, Nutrition Division Mr. David Paqui, IFAD Media Relations and External communications Mr. Amir Abdullah, WFP Deputy Executive Director Q&A Time

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OPENING CEREMONY- SPEAKER PROFILES MIN. STEFANO BALDI Stefano Baldi, is a Plenipotentiary Minister and Director of the Diplomatic Institute of the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, he has already been First Counselor of the Italian Permanent Representation at the European Union and former First Counselor at the Italian Representation at the United Nations in New York from 2002 to 2006. From 2000 to 2002 he has been Chief of the Statistical office of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. From 1996 to 2000 he took office at the Italian Permanent Mission at the International Organizations in Geneva. He collaborates in many Italian universities, among which Roma La Sapienza, Roma TRE, LUMSA, Perugia, Trento, Siena, Gorizia, Pavia. He is member of the Scientific Committee of the Foundation Alma Mater Ticinensis of Pavia, Senior Fellow of Diplofoundation – Geneva and member of the Italian Society of Statistics. DR. DANIELA CONTE Daniela Conte receives a PhD at IMT School of Advanced Studies in Lucca about Political Systems and Institutional Changes on 2009, after that she carried on a 4-years research studies at Luiss Guido Carli University as Post-doc fellow at the Department of Political Sciences. She is one of the founders of the non for profit Association Giovani nel Mondo and she is the Executive Director of RomeMUN the biggest project organized by the association. ANTON KUTIN Anton kutin is the RomeMUN Under Secretary General. He graduated at the Samara State Technical University and now works in CEO,First Financial Services Sectors. He experienced MUN Conferences and university competions worldwide, winning several awards. He has been member of Secretariat of Emirates International Model of the United Nations and the Moscow International Model of the United Nations 20072010 AHMAD ALHENDAWI Ahmad Alhendawi , born in 1984, is the United Nations Secretary-General's Envoy on Youth, as appointed by the UN Secretary-General on January 17, 2013, with the duty to address the needs of the largest generation of youth the world has ever known..After a master degree in Advanced European and International Relations, a Diploma as “Policy Officer in European and International Organizations”, and a B.A Degree in Computer Information Systems, he served as a Team Leader for the National Youth Policy Project in Iraq, and he collaborate with the non-governmental organization Save the Children. Prior to become UN Secretary General's Envoy on Youth, he worked as Team Leader at a World Bank-funded Programme to the League of Arab States on Institutional Development to Strengthen Arab Policy and Participation. PROF. LEONARDO MORLINO Leonardo Morlino is professor of Political Science at LUISS Guido Carli, Rome. He is also the President of International Political Science Association (IPSA) (2009-12). In 2004 he was awarded the Jean Monnet Chair in European Studies. Leonardo Morlino is professor of Political Science at LUISS Guido Carli, Rome, and he has been visiting Professor in the most prestigious universities in Italy and abroad. He is also the President of International Political Science Association (IPSA) (2009-12). In 2004 he was awarded the Jean Monnet Chair in European Studies. He is the author, co-author or editor of more than 30 volumes and 200 chapters in books or articles in journals, published in English, French, Spanish, Portuguese, German, Hungarian, Japanese and Mongolian. PROF. STEFANO D’ANNA Stefano D’Anna is an international lecturer, a key-note speaker and guest of honor at many major international conventions and forums, in Europe, USA and South America, and he is especially known for the “Integrity Seminars” cycle on Integrity and Corporate Longevity. He has been associate research fellow at The Science Institute in New York. Has been a leading manager of multinational companies including Alfa-Romeo, Olivetti Corporation, Olivetti Corporation of America and FIAT International. He. His latest book “A Dream for the World” is the manifesto of a new generation of leaders driven by ethics and integrity. He has dreamed a university without frontiers: The European School of Economist that has become one of the leading Business Schools in Europe..

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AMB. MAURIZIO MELANI Maurzio Melani, born in 1957, is an Italian Diplomat. He entered in the diplomatic service in 1970 He served in Dar-Es-Salaam,Addis Abeba ( his latest service was as Ambassador) and Baghdad ( as Ambassador), as Counsellor for Migration and Social Affairs to the Permanent Mission of Italy to CEE in Bruxelles ( 1989), as Representative for the Politc and Security Committee of European Union and Permanent Representative to the Western Union.Head of IV Office for DG Migration. He was the Head of the Personal Secretary of Minister of Foreign Affairs’ Under Secretary, and then directly reporting to the General Director of Political Affairs. In 2006 Amb. Melani was appointed for coordinating the activities for Sub-Sahara DG, and then to report directly to the Secretary General. In 2010 he was nominated Director General for the Country Promotion. MIN. MICHELE BAIANO Michele Baiano, born in 1960, is an Italian Diplomat. He entered in the diplomatic service in 1988. His first service was at the Service for Legal Affairs, Diplomatic Disputes and International Agreements. During his carrier, he served in the Trade Office of the Italian Embassy in Paris and Ottawa, and in Permanent Mission to the International Organization –ONU, in Wien. In 2010 he has been appointed as Minister Plenipotentiary, and head of Balkan Area Unit, InCE e IAI for the European DG of the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Currently he serves as Deputy Director General/ Principal Director for the United Nations and Human Rights in the Directorate General for Political Affairs and Security. BRIAN THOMPSON Brian Thompson is Senior Nutrition Officer in the Nutrition Division of FAO dealing with Nutrition Security and Policy.. After seven years working for ICRC, WFP, UNICEF, FAO and the NGO community in Asia, he joined FAO Headquarters in Rome where he advises Member Countries on the development and implementation of policies, strategies and plans of action for promoting and improving food and nutrition security in both developed and in emergency contexts. Mr. Thompson is author and editor of a number of peer reviewed publications including ‘Community-Centred Food-Based Strategies for Alleviating and Preventing Malnutrition’ In: the Encyclopaedia of Life Support Systems (EOLSS), UNESCO, EOLSS Publishers, Oxford, Uk; the joint FAO/CABI publication ‘Combating Micronutrient Deficiencies: Food-based Approaches’; Chapter IV of the 6th World Nutrition Survey ‘Sustainable Food and Nutrition Security’; and the recently released joint FAO/Springer publication ‘The Impact of Climate Change and Bioenergy on Nutrition’. He is FAO Coordinator for preparing for the Second International Conference on Nutrition (ICN2) to be held in FAO headquarters Rome, 19-21 November 2014. DAVID FLORENTIN PAQUI David Florentin Paqui is the Events Officer in Communications Division of IFAD. Mr Paqui has more than 20 years’ experience in the field of communications. From 2004, he has developed and implemented in IFAD the School visits Programme and is eager to strengthen IFAD and Academia partnership around the world. AMIR MAHMOUD ABDULLA Amir Mahmoud Abdulla became Deputy Executive Director and Chief Operating Officer of the World Food Programme in March 2009.Before assuming his current post, Mr. Abdulla was WFP’s Chief Financial Officer (CFO) from January 2008. Prior to joining WFP, he was a Branch Manager for Juba and Port Sudan for shipping and forwarding company Transintra, and Assistant Area Manager for engineering company, Burmeister & Wain Scandinavian Contractor, in the Sudan. Mr. Abdulla also taught at the American School & Comboni College in khartoum. ANDREA GUANCI Andrea Guanci is MSC Crociere Marketing Director. After graduated cum laude at the Bocconi University, he received an Elective on Luxury and Finance at the UCLA University in Los Angeles. He started his career at Yale Security Products, top leader in the security field, and in 2001 he was appointed Marketing Manager for Italian Group (Gruppo Italia). In 2005 he moved to Viasat, European leading company in telematics and satellite communication services, as Marketing and Sales Manager. In 2012 he became MSC Crociere Marketing Manager. Among his several achievements, he has leaded MSC Crociere in the development of ad hoc social media strategy, winning numberous awards and becoming worldwide success story for Facebook and Twitter.

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RomeMUN LOGISTICS LUISS GUIDO CARLI, VIALE POLA 16, ROME

ONLY FOR THOSE ACCOMMODATED IN OUR HOTEL Displacement from hotel to conference halls and back will be carried out by buses/shuttles provided by GIOVANI NEL MONDO.

Closest metro stations: • Bologna (line B) • S. Agnese / Annibaliano (line B1)

THURSDAY, 13th MARCH FAO (ROOM PLENARY MEETING), VIA TERME DI CARACALLA, ROME

Closest bus stops: • #82 (Nomentana / Villa Torlonia stop) • #90 (Nomentana / Villa Torlonia stop) • #60L (Nomentana / Villa Torlonia stop) • #60 (Nomentana/Villa Torlonia stop)

FROM TERMINI TRAIN STATION: BY METRO • Take Metro line B to Laurentina • Get off at Circo Massimo • Walk for 750 m. to FAO

LUISS GUIDO CARLI, VIA PARENZO 11, ROME Closest metro stations: • S. Agnese / Annibaliano (line B1)

BY BUS • Take bus #714 to Palazzo Sport • Get off at Terme di Caracalla • Walk for 300 m. to FAO

Closest bus stop: • #310 #168 #233 #84 (Santa Costanza stop) • #60,# 60L,# 82,#90 (Nomentana/ Ventuno aprile stop)

FROM TIBURTINA TRAIN STATION: BY METRO • Take Metro line B to Laurentina • Get off at Circo Massimo • Walk for 750 m to FAO

SUNDAY, 16TH MARCH DELEGATE DANCE PARTY GOA CLUB, via di Libetta 13, Rome Closest metro station: • Garbatella (line B)

BY BUS • Take bus #71 (Tiburtina Station MB) • Get off at Carlo Alberto stop • Walk for 200 m. to • S. Maria Maggiore bus stop • Take bus #714 to Palazzo Sport • Get off at Terme di Caracalla stop • Walk for 300 m. to FAO

Closest bus stop: • #770 (via Ostiense – Terza Università stop) • #23 #271 #769 #N2 (Via Ostiense – Lungotevere San Paolo stop) MONDAY, 17th MARCH Eataly, PIAZZALE XII OTTOBRE 1492, Rome Closest metro station: • Garbatella (line B)

FROM FIUMICINO AIRPORT: BY TRAIN • Take Leonardo Express (direct train that serves the route between the airport and Roma Termini station every 30 minutes) . Journey trip: 32 minutes. Ticket price €14 • Get off at Termini Station • Follow the instructions above or • Take Metropolitan train FL1that serves the route between the airport and Roma Tiburtina (direction Fara Sabina, get off at Tiburtina Train Station – journey trip 47 minutes) • Get off at Roma Tiburtina • Follow the instructions above

Closest bus stops: • #673 #716(Matteucci - Benzoni) • If you walk 200 m. to Piazzale Ostiense , public buses 80, 83, 280,175, 719, 30 express (which, on holidays is the 130) are available as well as the tram line 3 and 8. Closest train station: • Ostiense • Roma Porta San Paolo HOW TO LEAVE TO TERMINI TRAIN STATION:

BY BUS • Take the Terravision Shuttle Bus that serves the route between the airport and central station of Rome, Roma Termini. • Get off at Termini station • Follow the instructions above Other bus company available: COTRAL, SIT BUS SHUTTLE, T.A.M. s.r.l., Atral- Schiaffini FROM CIAMPINO AIRPORT: BY BUS / TRAIN • Take the Terravision, Sit Bus or Schiaffini to Termini • Follow the instructions above FRIDAY 14th,SATURDAY, 15th and SUNDAY 16th MARCH

BY METRO • Walk 800 m. to Station Garbatella • Take metro line B to Rebibbia or metro line B1 to Conca d’Oro • Get off at Termini. BY BUS • Walk 100 m. to Matteucci/ Benzoni stop • Take the bus #716 to Teatro Marcello • Get off at Teatro Marcello • Walk 200 m. to Ara Coeli/ Piazza Venezia bus stop • Take bus #40 to Termini • Get off at Termini station BY TRAIN

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• Walk 200 m. to Station Ostiense (Ostiense Station) • Take the train to Roma Termini • Get off the at Roma Termini Station

ROME MUN HOTEL HOTEL SHERATON GOLF PARCO DE’ MEDICI HOTEL E RESORT, VIALE SALVATORE REBECCHINI, 39, 00158, ROME

TO TIBURTINA TRAIN STATION: FROM ROMA TERMINI TRAIN STATION: BY METRO • Walk 800 m. to Station Garbatella • Take metro line B to Rebibbia • Get off at Tiburtina BY BUS • Walk for 100 m. to Matteucci/Benzoni • Take the bus# 716 to TeatroMarcello • Get off at Teatro Marcello • Walk for 200 m. to Ara Coeli/Piazza Venezia • Take the bus #492 to Station Tiburtina • Get off at Station Tiburtina TRAIN • Walk for200 m. to Ostiense Train Station • Take the train to Roma Tiburtina • Get off at Station Tiburtina or • Take the metropolitan train FL1 to Fara Sabina / Montelibretti • Get off at Roma Tiburtina TO FIUMICINO AIRPORT: BY TRAIN • Walk for 200 m. to Ostiense Station • Take the train to Fiumicino Airport • Get off at Fiumicino Airport or • Walk 200 m. to Station Ostiense (Ostiense Station) • Take the Metropolitan train FL1 to Fiumicino • Get off at Fiumicino Airport or • Go to Roma Termini Station (follow the instructions above) • Take the Leonardo Express (direct train that serves the route between Roma Termini station and the Fiumicino airport every 30 minutes) . The ticket price is 14 euros and you can buy it in the main hall of the railways station. Journey trip: 32 minutes) BY BUS • Walk for 200 m. to Station Ostiense • Take the bus T.A.M. s.r.l • Get off at Fiumicino Airport TO CIAMPINO AIRPORT Take the train, metro or bus to Termini Station Once in Roma Termini Station • Take the Terravision, Sit Bus or Schiaffini to Ciampino airport or BY METRO / BUS • Walk 800 m. to Garbatella station • Take metro line B to Laurentina • Get off at Laurentina • Take bus #720 to Laurentina • Get off at Fioranello- Appia stop • Walk for 100 m. to Ciampino airport

BY METRO • Take Metro line B to Laurentina or line B1 to Laurentina • Get off at Eur Magliana • Walk for 150 m and go to • Val Fiorita bus stop • Take bus #771 to America • Get off at Parco dei Medici bus stop • Walk for 1000 m. to Viale Salvatore Rebecchini 39 BY BUS • Take bus H to dei Capasso • Get off at Gianicolense / S. Camillo • Take bus #786 to Reduzzi • Get off at Portuense /Trullo • Take bus #771to America • Get off at Parco dei Medici bus stop • Walk for 1000 m to Viale Salvatore Rebecchini 39 From Roma Tiburtina train station (bus/train/metro): • Take the metropolitan train FL1to Fiumicino • Get off at Magliana • Walk for 100 m to Magliana Station • Take bus #128 to Crocco or bus #719 to Candoni/Rimessa ATAC • Get off at Magliana/Fosso Magliana • Take bus #771 to America • Get off at Parco de Medici bus stop • Walk for 1000 m to Viale Salvatore Rebecchini 39 From Fiumicino Airport, by public transport: • Walk 1000 m. to Fiumicino train station • Take the train FL1 to to Fara Sabina – Montelibretti • Get off at Muratella Station • Walk to Castello Magliana – Moselli bus stop • Take the bus #771 to America • Get off at Parco dei Medici • Walk 800 m. to Via Salvatore Rebecchini 39 Taxi service is available outside of the airport Approximate price Fiumicino Airport – Sheraton Hotel €30 From Ciampino Airport, by public transport: • Walk 120 m. to Fioranello Appia • Take the bus #720 to Laurentina • Get off at Laurentina station • Take metro line B to Rebibbia • Get off at EUR Magliana • Walk to Val Fiorita • Take bus #771 to America • Get off at Parco de Medici • Walk 800 m. to via Salvatore Rebecchini 39 Taxi service available outside the airport Approximate price Ciampino Airport – Sheraton Hotel €45

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RomeMUN SHUTTLE SERVICE TIMETABLE

ONLY FOR DELEGATES ACCOMMODATED IN THE OFFICIAL HOTEL THURSDAY, 13rd March Sheraton Golf Parco de’Medici Hotel, via Salvatore Rubbettini 39 • 12.30 pm Shuttle Service Departure to FAO Fao Headquarter, via delle Terme di Caracalla • 7.00 pm Shuttle Service to Sheraton Golf Parco de’Medici Hotel

FRIDAY, 14th March Sheraton Golf Parco de’Medici Hotel, via Salvatore Rubbettini 39 • 8.15 am Shuttle Service to Luiss Guido Carli University Venues Luiss Guido Carli University • 7.00 pm Shuttle Service to Sheraton Golf Parco de’Medici Hotel

SATURDAY,15th March Sheraton Golf Parco de’Medici Hotel, via Salvatore Rubbettini 39 • 8.15 am Shuttle Service to Luiss Guido Carli University Venues Luiss Guido Carli University • 7.00 pm Shuttle Service to Sheraton Golf Parco de’Medici Hotel

SUNDAY,16th March Sheraton Golf Parco de’Medici Hotel, via Salvatore Rubbettini 39 • 8.15 am Shuttle Service to Luiss Guido Carli University Venues Luiss Guido Carli University • 6.15 pm Shuttle Service to Sheraton Golf Hotel Delegate Dance Party Shuttle service from Sheraton Golf Hotel to Goa Club, Via Libetta, 13 • 8.30 pm • 9.30 am Shuttle service from Goa Club, Via Libetta, 13 to Sheraton Golf Hotel • 0.30 am • 1.30 am

MONDAY,17th March Sheraton Golf Parco de’Medici Hotel, via Salvatore Rubbettini 39 • 9.15 am Shuttle Service to EATALY—PIAZZALE XII OTTOBRE 1942, ROMA EATALY – Piazzale XII Ottobre 1492, Roma The transportation from Eataly to airport or train stations will not be provided, Participants are kindly asked to provide by themselves.

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RomeMUN SCHOLARS Thanks to the contribution of LUISS Guido Carli University, Giovani nel Mondo offered 150 scholarship in order to facilitate top students participation.

36. PIERROT YASSINE SIMONETTI

1.

40. SHIVALI MALHOTRA

ABDALLAH SALIM MOHAMED BUSAIDY

37. PRINCE kWAME CHISOM AGBATA 38. SEVINJ HUSEYNOVA 39. SHAMIL MUSTAFAYEV

2. AkMARAL SMAN

41. SHOHRUH UkTAMOV

3. ALBERT HAYRAPETYAN

42. SHWETA NAMBIAR

4. ALI HAMRAYEV

43. TIANYI WANG

5.

44. TOBIAS LECHNER

AMINU BONIFACIU

6. ANASTASIIA GNATENkO

45. TSOGGEREL ENkHBAYAR

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46. URVASHI BUNDEL

ANDREAS VOLkER MAURER

8. ANICA MILOJkOVIC

47. VALERIIA LOZOVA

9. ANTONELLA INNOCENZIO

48. YASMINE ABD EL RAUF

10. ARDI JUSUFI

49. ZAkARIA EL kHAZZAR

11. ASIM MUSHTAQ

50. ZHANYL-MYRZA CHOROBEkOVA

12. CHEWAN RAI

51. ABROR NAZAROV

13. CHRISTOPHER YAN YATES

52. AIGERIM BIRZHANOVA

14. DYAH PRITADRAJATI

53. ALEkSANDER PIOTR SZOJDA

15. ELVIRA kALMURZAEVA

54. ALESSANDRA ARMOCIDA

16. FARZIN FARZAD

55. ALICE MODENA

17. FRANTIŠEk kRAUS

56. ALIYA AGANDYkOVA

18. GENTIOLA MADHI

57. ANAR ZHOLDOSHBEk kYZY

19. GIOVANNA PALOMBA

58. ANI DAVTYAN

20. HETTY SARINAH SAMOSIR

59. ANI PAPYAN

21. HOVSEP PATVAkANYAN

60. ANI TOROSYAN

22. ISABELLA JUkAS

61. ANNA FAVERO

23. kAMILA ARTYkOVA

62. ANNAMARIA ABBAFATI

24. kHAOULA MORCHID

63. ARA YEGHIkYAN

25. kODJO SAMUEL WORMENOR

64. ARIANNA ANTONACCI

26. MARISA CATERINA TOSI

65. AURORA PINTO

27. MARTA LAURINO

66. AYANDA NXUSANI

28. MARTIN kACO

67. AZIZ ELMURADOV

29. MARZHAN NURZHAN

68. BARTOLOMEO D'APRILE

30. MATILDE CENACCHI

69. BENEDETTA MONTARINI

31. MATTHEW JAMES BROWN

70. BING ZHANG

32. MIRABBOS kARSHIEV

71. BURUL FARIDINOVA

33. NARINE HAkOBYAN

72. CECILIA ERBA

34. NARYMAN ELSAYED MOHAMED AHMED

73. CHIARA LETIZIA TICOZZI

DARWISH 35. NAVROOP kAUR

74. CINZIA MANTONI 75. CLELIA AURELIE HAEYAERT

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76. CRISTINA BETTATI

119. MARTA MYLYAN

77. DARIO CALIFANO

120. MARTA PELLIZZARO

78. DIANA DURUSBEk kYZY

121. MARTINA LUCARIELLO

79. DILFUZA kUROLOVA

122. MELISSA TRAMONTANO

80. ECATERINA HVOROST

123. MESROP MANUkYAN

81. EDIOLA TEROLLI

124. MOHAMMAD JAN OFUQ

82. ELENA RUSCI

125. OLGA kRYUCHkOVA

83. ELEONORA CAFARO

126. OLUWATOBI AYOkUNLE IBITOYE

84. ELEONORA D’ALESSANDRI

127. PARVINA kURBANOVA

85. ELIANA DI PINTO

128. RAFFAELLA CANU

86. EMANUEL GARAVELLO

129. REBEkkA R. MITRA

87. EMILIANA RUSSO

130. RICCARDO VECELLIO SEGATE

88. FAUSTINO DARDI

131. RIMA SARGSYAN

89. FEDERICA TROVATELLO

132. ROBERTA SINGH

90. FILOMENA BARONE

133. SALOME MURADASHVILI

91. FLAVIA MUNTEANU

134. SARAH AMPONSAH DADSON

92. FLAVIA LAMAGNA

135. SEBASTIAN GARCÍA FERRÉ ABRAMIAN

93. FRANCESCA DE MAGGIS

136. SEMIN REZAYI

94. GIACOMO BERTINI

137. SERGIO VISALLI

95. GIACOMO FERRETTI

138. SEZIM OSkONBAEVA

96. GIORGIA LANCIOTTI

139. SHWETA NAMBIAR

97. GIOVANNI PAGOTTO

140. SILVIA FURGIUELE

98. GISELLE DAIANA GENNA

141. SILVIA ZONTONE

99. GIULIA MIRABILE

142. SIMONA PESCHECHERA

100. GIULIA MORA

143. SIMONE CORSALE

101. GIULIA PAPPACODA

144. SONIA SERVILI

102. GIUSEPPE DAVÌ

145. STEFAN MRVALJEVIC

103. GRAZIA COZZOLI

146. SUNGYEON PARk

104. GULNURA BAZIEVA

147. TIGABU DAGNE AkAL

105. HAkIM GABRIELE THURNER

148. VISHAL kUMAR

106. HALAMGUL FARHAD

149. YERASSYL kALIkHAN

107. ILENIA MONTANA

150. ZHANYGUL kAPAROV

108. kEVIN NGWAYI YUFENYUY 109. kOSTANYAN VAHAN 110. LAURA CARMINATI 111. LIANA MANUSAJYAN 112. LILIT ARZOYAN 113. LUANA TRICARICO 114. LUCA MANZOTTI 115. LUCE LACQUANITI 116. MADDALENA MILILLO 117. MAREN HUMBURG 118. MARIA GIADA SINISI

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RomeMUN COORDINATORS

RomeMUN DIRECTORS OF PROGRAMME Manuela Sessa - Vice-Executive Director Salvatore Toppo - General Manager of Logistics, Marketing and Fund Raising Department Fiorenza De Medici - General Manager of Administrative Office Roberto De Girolamo - General Manager of International Relations Office Carminia Tramite - Marketing Assistance

INTERNATIONAL COORDINATOR AFRICA Mr. Ebenezer Essilfe Nyame EUROPE Nicola Speranza FAR EAST Ahmad Akbar Anwaree NEAR EAST Grigor Yeritsyan NORH AFRICA & MIDDLE EAST Gulraiz Bajwa

NATIONAL COORDINATOR PIEDMONT Domenico Parisi LOMBARDY Sydney Isaiah Lukee Oketayot LAZIO Martina Aureli, Alessio Colantoni CAMPANIA Agnese Cigliano, Paolo Miki Cito, Alessio Mirra APULIA Maria Teresa Spinelli, Francesco Giannelli SICILY Debora Buda, Manuela Trischitta

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