Camp United Nations for Girls Sydney 2023 introduces girls ages 12 to 17 to work of the United Nations and international policy. Camp United Nations begins with a lesson on the history of the United Nations and the organization’s purpose. This is followed by a study of the structure, leadership, and the rules of procedure of the United Nations. Each student will be given an assignment to serve as a delegate for a UN Member State. When the General Assembly convenes delegates will propose a resolution. The resolution will be subject to negotiation and amendment by the UN Delegates before a vote on a final version of the resolution. Girl Scouts and Girl Guides earn a Global Action Award or World Thinking badge for participating in Camp United Nations for Girls. Looking for more events? View our 2022-2023 schedule at https://buytickets.at/girlsinpoliticsinitiative
Each Students will be served pre-packed individual snacks; no lunch will be served. The class runs from 8am to 12pm. For additional information contact us at +1 866-226-5911 extension 1, via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit our website at www.girlsinpolitics.com.
Frequently Asked Questions and COVID-19 Protocols
Is the registration fee refundable? The registration fee is non-refundable unless the organizer cancels the session. If a participant is unable to attend a session a credit will be placed on file that may be used at any time for a future program. The credit does not expire.
Is this a partisan program or supported by a political party? No, the Girls in Politics Initiative is an independent organization that is self-funded through the fees generated from hosting sessions. The curriculum is civic education.
Is financial aid available? Financial aid is available on a first come, first serve basis. Email email@example.com to for all financial aid inquiries.
Who are the instructors? Our Lead Instructors are women that currently or have previously worked in government or electoral politics. Our support staffers are current or former licensed teachers. Our instructors and support staff have criminal background checks and WWC cards.
We will be following the guidance and regulations local health departments and the Australia Government Department of Public Health in formulating protocols for in-person camps for 2022-2023.
To ensure the health and security of our participants, instructors and support staff, the Girls in Politics Initiative has implemented the following policy:
Proof of full vaccination against COVID-19 is required to attend all indoor camps, classes and events for students 5 years of age and up.
Students with a medical condition or a closely-held religious belief that prevents vaccination must provide proof of a negative COVID-19 PCR test to attend an indoor camp, class or event. The COVID-19 test must be administered within 24 hours of the start of the indoor camp, class or event. Masks are optional unless mandated by the public health authorities however masks are strongly recommended.
All Girls in Politics Initiative instructors and support staff are required to be full vaccinated as of September 22, 2021. All GIP instructors and support staff will wear masks during all indoor camps, classes and events.
For all indoor programming masks are required at all times for students, GIP instructors and GIP support staff regardless of vaccination status.