You can apply to Defence and Dialogue in Eastern Europe (#DDEE) event if you are: a young professional; you are part of a think-tank; you are a member/volunteer of a NGO; you are a student / a recent graduate.
Nationality: no restriction
Age: up to 35 years old
Reference fields: International Relations, Political Science, Social Sciences, Peace and Conflict Studies, Law, Diplomacy, Geopolitics, Economics, Journalism and other study/work fields applicable if the applicant shows great interest and sufficient experience.
What position should I apply for?
There are several positions that will make the DDEE Event functional and you can choose from:
Individual delegate: you will represent a NATO Partner country in your position of Ambassador in the Euro Atlantic Partnership Council (EAPC). You have to prepare and to voice the interests of your country, to discuss and to share the view of your Government during the official and/or unofficial meetings. You can represent one of the following states: Armenia, Austria, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Finland, The Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Georgia, Ireland, The Republic of Moldova, Montenegro, Serbia, Sweden, Switzerland, Ukraine.
Member of delegation: you will represent a NATO Member State in your position of ambassador in the Euro Atlantic Partnership Council (EAPC) and delegate in Political Committee as well as Military Committee. The ambassador will lead its delegation, organize and coordinate, being the liaison person between the organizing committee and its members. As a whole delegation, you will debate at the negotiation table and you will try to reach consensus in order to adopt the Summit Declaration. You can represent one of the following states: Albania, Belgium, Bulgaria, Canada, Croatia, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Turkey, United Kingdom, United States of America.
Rapporteur/International Staff: you will act as a Rapporteur during the first part of the event, mainly to sum-up the discussions and debates that will take place within the panels. Furthermore, during the simulation of the NATO process decision-making, the primary role of the International Staff is to provide advice, guidance and administrative support to the NATO delegations. It helps to implement decisions taken at different committee levels and, in doing so, supports the process of consensus-building and decision-making within the Alliance. The following divisions will be represented:
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