ABOUT

The Global Sustainability Summit SRCC 2017 is a four-day event offering a plethora of opportunities also inviting the possibility of international participation to its credit. It is an initiative to bring together Central and State government officials, policymakers, regulators, leading developers, financial institutions and other stakeholders in a dialogue designed to address the Sustainable Development goals.

It aspires to carry forward and take it upon itself to work towards building a globally aware society. By advocating and making SDG adopted by the United Nations to end poverty, protect the planet and ensure equitable prosperity, the Summit aspires to provide a platform for worldwide recognition of these goals. With enriched deliberations from business leaders and market experts, the Summit delivers the highest quality content, addresses the most current topics and debates the most challenging issues in lieu with the theme.

Collaborating efforts and defining a direction to bring in an increased level of involvement towards the sustainable goals, the Summit brings an opportunity to contribute commendably to the society at large, through a multi-dimensional spectrum of activities enriching the experience.

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EVENT

This opportunity features a well-planned global outreach program wanting to catalyse the various elements of the cause into applied action, interacting in a challenging environment. In the course of its execution, it allows an insight into the analytical, practical and reasoning skills of the participants as the multi-layered structure demands a holistic approach championing one's social sensitivity as a requisite parameter for judgement.
The spirit of this competition lies in understanding the root cause and deriving creative solutions with a solid reasoning to argue for your perspective, when pitted against global-scale issues that can possibly change how the world works.

Participation from school teams who are confident in their potential to remarkably contribute towards the cause across online and offline platforms are hence invited to this competition from across Delhi.

MODEL COMMONWEALTH MINISTERS ASSEMBLY

“For the goals to be reached, everyone needs to do their part: governments, the private sector, civil society and people like you”.

The Youth of our country understands these issues as they have seen the detrimental effects that poverty and sanitation can have upon the health of our citizens. Attempts by the young and upcoming are being made to overcome these problems and take small steps towards improving the standards of living of people across the country. Therefore, the perspectives of the young would make for an excellent policy roadmap in achieving these goals as well as sensitising the youth about the problems being faced in different parts of the country.

GLOBAL YOUTH FORUM

This opportunity features a well-planned global outreach program wanting to catalyze the various elements of the cause into applied action, interacting in a challenging environment. In the course of its execution, it allows an insight into the analytical, practical and reasoning skills of the participants as the multi-layered structure demands a holistic approach championing one's social sensitivity as a requisite parameter for judgement. The spirit of this competition lies in understanding the root cause and deriving creative solutions with a solid reasoning to argue for your perspective, when pitted against global-scale issues that can possibly change how the world works. Participation from school teams who are confident in their potential to remarkably contribute towards the cause across online and offline platforms are hence invited to this competition from across Delhi.

GROUND ZERO VOLUNTEERING

We believe that the fortunate and the privileged should share the responsibility of uplifting the underprivileged.
Our society is plagued by a large gulf separating the needy and the prosperous. At the lowest rung of this unfair society, are refugees. They are not only unceremoniously pushed out of their homeland but also thrown into a different world altogether.
In the industrial region of Okhla in New Delhi, 2000 Bhutanese refugees live in cramped temporary houses without any sanitation facilities or any avenues to ensure improvement. The children do not receive any formal education and their literacy depends on the volunteering opportunities provided by NGO’s and national and international organisations.
Deprived of their basic sense of dignity and self-respect, they are the living example of our failures as an educated society.

APPLY

Mock Commonwealth Ministers Meeting.

TRAVEL & ACCOMMODATIONS

We are pleased to assist the delegates with hotel reservations in New Delhi for the event. The exact details will be shared with the successful applicants later. All the expenditure, except international and domestic travel, shall be borne by us. We hope you have a pleasant experience with us!

SOCIAL EVENTS

Refugee camp visit – The delegates will visit a Bhutanese refugee camp after the Assembly to understand the deplorable conditions refugees and migrants are still subject to.

Delegate Dance – Relax on the final evening of the conference and celebrate new friendships formed at the Delegate Dance cum Gala Dinner, featuring live cultural performances.

CONFERENCE VENUE

All the events and speaker sessions will take place at the Shri Ram College of Commerce, which has a beautiful campus sprawling across 16 acres right amidst the North Campus of the prestigious Delhi University. The campus is beautifully adorned with green lawns, a heritage building, state-of-the-art classrooms and auditorium and a multi-purpose sports complex. The venue is conveniently accessible by both road and Delhi Metro.

THEME

Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) – The SDG was adopted by the United Nations through a deliberative process of all 193 member nations as a set of ‘Global Goals’ aimed to be achieved by 2030. Passed in December 2014, the Goals were an aim that was to be achieved as ‘The Future we want’.

These goals are of extreme importance in a developing country like India which is gripped by issues faced by any other developing nation. However, the problem here is further compounded by the fact that it is the second most populated country in the world, along with being one of the most densely populated countries in the world.

THEME

Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) – The SDG was adopted by the United Nations through a deliberative process of all 193 member nations as a set of ‘Global Goals’ aimed to be achieved by 2030. Passed in December 2014, the Goals were an aim that was to be achieved as ‘The Future we want’.

These goals are of extreme importance in a developing country like India which is gripped by issues faced by any other developing nation. However, the problem here is further compounded by the fact that it is the second most populated country in the world, along with being one of the most densely populated countries in the world.

PARTNERS

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PAST SPEAKERS AT SRCC

Dalai Lama

Dalai Lama

His Holiness The 14th Dalai Lama

Abhinav Bindra

Abhinav Bindra

Olympic Gold Medalist

Boman Irani

Boman Irani

Actor

Mukesh Ambani

Mukesh Ambani

Chairman, Reliance Industries

Arun Jaitley

Arun Jaitley

Hon'able Union Finance Minister, India

Narendra Modi

Narendra Modi

Prime Minister of India

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