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Beyond Model UN: Simulating Multilevel, Multiactor Diplomacy with the Millennium Development Goals
Unformatted Document Text:  Crossley-Frolick roles were assigned to graduating seniors majoring in political science or international studies. The working assumption was that the more advanced students were better equipped to deal with the substantive issues and were more mature insofar as they were willing and able to assume a leadership role vis-à-vis their peers. In a class of 32 students, more than half were assigned countries, all in Asia. The remaining students were assigned roles to either an NGO (e.g. Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, International Aids Society (IAS), International Community of Women Living with HIV and AIDS), a major pharmaceutical producer of HIV/AIDS drugs (e.g. Pfizer, GlaxoSmithKline), another IGO (e.g. The World Bank, WHO), specialized programs within the UN-system, such as UNAIDS and UNDP, or the US Agency for International Development (USAID). Simulation Procedures Simulation Roles and Students Assigned India(2) China(2) Cambodia(1) Thailand(1) Vietnam(1) Indonesia(2) Malaysia(1) Myanmar(1) Pakistan(1) Japan(1) Philippines(1) UNAIDS(2) WHO(2) World Bank(2) UNDP(2) Pfizer (2) GlaxoSmithKline(2) Bristol-Myers Squibb(2) USAID (1) Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation(1) International Community of Women Living with HIV and AIDS(1) Global Network of People Living with HIV/AIDS(1) 11

Authors: Crossley-Frolick, Katy.
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Crossley-Frolick
roles were assigned to graduating seniors majoring in political science or
international studies. The working assumption was that the more advanced
students were better equipped to deal with the substantive issues and were more
mature insofar as they were willing and able to assume a leadership role vis-à-vis
their peers.
In a class of 32 students, more than half were assigned countries, all in
Asia. The remaining students were assigned roles to either an NGO (e.g. Bill and
Melinda Gates Foundation, International Aids Society (IAS), International
Community of Women Living with HIV and AIDS), a major pharmaceutical
producer of HIV/AIDS drugs (e.g. Pfizer, GlaxoSmithKline), another IGO (e.g.
The World Bank, WHO), specialized programs within the UN-system, such as
UNAIDS and UNDP, or the US Agency for International Development (USAID).
Simulation Procedures
Simulation Roles and Students Assigned
India(2)
China(2)
Cambodia(1)
Thailand(1)
Vietnam(1)
Indonesia(2)
Malaysia(1)
Myanmar(1)
Pakistan(1)
Japan(1)
Philippines(1)
UNAIDS(2)
WHO(2)
World Bank(2)
UNDP(2)
Pfizer (2)
GlaxoSmithKline(2)
Bristol-Myers Squibb(2)
USAID (1)
Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation(1)
International
Community of Women
Living with HIV and
AIDS(1)
Global Network of People Living with HIV/AIDS(1)
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