The Lehigh University-United Nations Partnership, in collaboration with the International Labor Organization (ILO), has been chosen to host the world's first Model ILO simulation.
The Model International Labour Organization (ILO) simulation scheduled on Saturday, April 4, 2020 is canceled. We look forward to offering this innovative and exciting program sometime during the 2020-2021 academic year.
This event, which will be held in conjunction with senior ILO officials, is open to 10 students per college/university. Those participating will simulate an ILO deliberation on the Global Supply Chain (GSC), which will include representing various workers, employers, and governments.
In preparation for this unique experiential learning opportunity, we are requesting each school to:
- assemble a team of 10 students to participate in a four-hour training program on Friday, April 3, followed by the simulation the next day
- appoint a faculty advisor who will coordinate the group’s attendance, review the GSC study guide with the group, and be present on both days of the program.
There is no charge for taking part in this event, and lunch will be provided on Saturday.
The Model ILO simulation is co-sponsored by Lehigh University’s Martindale Center for the Study of Private Enterprise.
Lehigh Leadership Team
- Jack Graham '22, Chair
- Adriana Caceres Ruiz Diaz '20, Coordinator
- Hiwot Demelash '22, Marketing
- Alejandro Del Valle Valdez '23
- Matsela Matsela '19, G'21
- Mike Flynn, Consultant