This position is located in the Office of the Prosecutor and reports to the Senior Trial Attorney in the re-trial of Stanisic and Simatovic.
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Organization: International Residual Mechanism for Criminal Tribunals. The International Residual Mechanism for Criminal Tribunals ("Mechanism") is mandated to perform a number of essential functions previously carried out by the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda (“ICTR”) and the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (“ICTY”).
Duty Station: The Hague, Netherlands
Open To: not specified
Timeframe: not specified
Deadline: 26 Semptember, 2019
The Legal Officer will act on behalf of the Prosecutor under the supervision of a Senior Trial Attorney in the re-trial of Stanisic and Simatovic. He/she will be required to take witness statements, proof witnesses before trial and lead or cross-examine witnesses in court as assigned. In consultation with the Senior Trial Attorney, handle a range of issues related to criminal (substantive, procedural and comparative) law regarding investigations and/or prosecutions. Assist the Senior Trial Attorney with analysis, legal assessment and organization of evidence compiled by investigators and analysts, including the use of sophisticated software automation tools developed for complex litigation.
Advanced university degree in law (or equivalent). A first level university degree in combination with two additional years of qualifying experience may be accepted in lieu of an advanced university degree. English and French are the working languages of the Mechanism. For the post advertised, fluency in written and spoken English with excellent drafting and oral ability is required. A working knowledge of French is desirable.
Wage/Fees: not specified
Application process: The applicant should fill the form online
Federico Sconocchia Pisoni
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Director, International Career Course 2020
For 2020, we redesigned
Rome Business Game from the ground up.
Extraordinary as always.
Join our 2.020 Officials' team today.
Download our RBG 2020 presentation here.
Dear International Careers Festival friends,
2020 + 2.0 = 2.020 - The evolution of our leading academic experience, specifically designed for students and graduates in the economic and business field.
Redesigned from the ground up - A completely reinvented and improved simulation model with five business divisions, global and specific objectives, a mentoring program, and a more interactive, cross-functional structure.
Learn. Laugh. Love. - We got inspired by our sister project, RomeMUN and improved our team-work management and project approval processes, fostering the active involvement of Officials and adding a higher degree of emotional involvement for participants, providing them with the opportunity to better express their specific business skills and background in an unprecedented educational and social experience.
We are looking for you - We are looking for enthusiastic and dynamic students, graduates and professionals to join our 2020 staff as Officials. You will be the go-to person for more than 350 students, coming from over 60 countries in the world. You will manage a 1,300 people event, alongside more than 20 global institutions and companies. You will get to enjoy the perks of being a staff member, with complimentary accommodation and VIP access to the social events.
Will you take up the challenge?
Join our 2020 team.
Dear future RBG participants,
Welcome to Rome Business Game 2020.
It is with great honour that as Director of this fifth edition, I welcome you to the 2.0 evolution of our global, leading academic experience, specifically designed for students and graduates in the economic and business field.
Rome Business Game originated from the family of RomeMUN, one of the biggest and most prestigious MUN simulations in Europe. Since its foundation in 2010, the competition greeted thousands of students from 61 countries to the "Eternal City" of Rome.
We decided to create Rome Business Game in light of the critical turning point experienced from an economic perspective by our society that marked the aftermath of 2008. Back then, companies had to review their strategies, to think out of the box, yet not all of them survived this phase. Many still struggle. A few succeeded in unprecedented ways.
Such uncertain times call for a dynamic generation of talented, ingenious managers and business professionals. Hence, we strive to empower business and economics students with the opportunity to face real-life managerial cases, presented by world-class companies in a realistic business environment.
For its 2020 edition, we redesigned Rome Business Game from the ground up. A completely reinvented and improved simulation model - five business divisions, one global and five specific objectives, a mentoring program, and a more interactive, cross-functional structure.
Never so challenging. Never so engaging. Our best RBG ever.
We are more confident than ever, Rome Business Game will be an experience to be remembered for a lifetime. A unique occasion not only to broaden your academic and professional horizons but also for a profound personal enrichment. Meet new friends, practice your English, improve your soft skills.
Being a good manager, indeed, does not simply revolve around possessing technical and theoretical capabilities; it requires an outstanding mastery of transversal abilities as well: business awareness, emotional intelligence, teamwork, critical thinking, and negotiation, among a few.
Being a leader, rather than remaining a boss.
We look forward to meeting all of you. A diverse, dynamic audience of future professionals, managers, and leaders, all driven by the common will to be challenged, to collaborate, to share your knowledge and to compete fairly.
Will you take up our challenge?
Let the games begin.
Luca M. Giraldin von Lahnstein
Director, Rome Business Game 2020
Applications are now open for the only event in Europe dedicated to youngs-work and international: the International Careers Festival 2020
Do not miss the opportunity to kick start your international career! Join us at the International Careers Festival from the 7th to the 10th of March 2020 in Rome and be part of an amazing team of brilliant young minds, institutions, companies, NGOs, and international organizations. Applications are now open for the only event in Europe dedicated to youth-work and internationalization. The event has the patronage of relevant Italian and international institutions. 2020 edition will be the eleventh one so the organizing team is planning many news to make the event even better than before. 250 scholarships available for the most deserving students.
Organization: The Giovani nel Mondo Association is an independent, non-profit, non-denominational, and apolitical organization. The Association pursues educational and cultural, both international and national, goals; its primary focus is youth and young adults, ages between eighteen and thirty years old, to assist and accompany them on their education path and their professional, academic, and socio-cultural growth.
Duty station: Rome, Italy, at l'Holiday Inn EUR Parco de Medici and Sheraton Hotel Parco de Medici.
Open to: high school students, university students and young graduates
Timeframe: from the 7th to the 10th of March 2020
Deadline: Applications and registrations are open until 20th December 2019; however, there is a limited number of places available, therefore it is recommended to apply as soon as possible.
Description: The Festival is composed of four main projects, which participants can apply to based on their academic background, professional aspirations or general interest.
The four projects are:
ROME MODEL UNITED NATIONS - Diplomatic simulation of the United Nations. Recommended for students of (or those interested in) international relations, diplomacy, political science, law;
ROME BUSINESS GAME - Simulation of business realities involving case study competitions. Recommended for students of (or those interested in) economics, business, management, marketing, computer science;
ROME PRESS GAME - Journalism and media (web, tv, radio) simulation. Recommended for students of (or those interested in) communication, media, translation and interpretation, literature, philosophy;
INTERNATIONAL CAREERS COURSE - A guidance course filled with practical workshops for a successful international career. Recommended for students from any faculty/academic background.
There are a limited number of places for all four projects. In order to participate, you must complete the application form and pass the selection process.
Nevertheless, the Festival has an area which is entirely open to the public: the International Careers Fair. The Fair is a large exhibition area open to both participants and the public alike. It will be divided into two different sections: the education/university area and the work/internship area. It favours the interaction between thousands of students, whether they are looking for study/training/internship/work opportunities, and industry experts.
The International Careers Festival projects are quite complex and articulate, therefore it is important to carry out a pre-event preparation in order to favor an adequate participation.
Giovani nel Mondo offers, included in the conference fee package, access to training materials, based on the different project chosen, as well as numerous webinars before the conference, extremely precious to clarify the experience you are about to undertake.
Requirements: Students enrolled in the following programs can apply as participants for the International Careers Festival:
-High school students in their last two years;
-I or II Level Master’s students ;
-Students who have graduated (no more than a year after receiving their diploma);
A B1 level of English (in accordance with the European standard) is required in order to participate in the Festival. As you complete your application form, you will be asked to upload a certificate or to take an online English test provided by our partner.
-Certificate: You will be asked to upload a certificate, whether provided to you from an English language institution or by a university, which proves your level of English, or;
-Online English test: Should you not have a certificate, you will have to take our online English exam (you will be able to access the test through the application form). Once you have finished the test, the result will be sent to your e-mail address. You will then be asked to upload the result of your test as a screenshot or as a pdf to your personal account of the Festival's website.
The application procedures are completely automatic and are as follows:
APPLICATION -> ENGLISH TEST (if necessary) -> REGISTRATION OR SCHOLARSHIP
The APPLICATION and REGISTRATION of aspiring participants must be completed and submitted by the 20th of December 2019 (for students who need to pass the english test, we must also receive €15 membership fee by the same date);
If selected, candidates must complete the registration Form and at least make a first payment of €150 (the full payment costs €250) by and no later than 7 days after receiving the acceptance e-mail (however no later than the 20th of December 2019);
The balance of the participation fee, for those already registered, must be paid by the 24th of January 2020;
For those who applied for scholarships, results will be announced around DEcember the 13th, 2019.
It’s with great honour that I welcome you to the 11th edition of the Rome Press Game. This carefully designed simulation offered by the Giovani nel Mondo Association, has been thought to give all those passionate about journalism, communication, translation and interpretation, a chance to taste the work of some of the most important international news networks currently in action.
During the 4 days of the International Careers Festival in Italy’s magnificent Capital, participants of the Press Game will take on the role of reporters or language experts and will collaborate with the aim of sharing news regarding the conference. Each participant will be assigned to a team, which will be
expected to face challenging tasks: interviewing, radio broadcasting, web journalism and television reporting are just some of the activities you will all
experience. Right beside you will be a team of carefully selected experts who will guide you through it all and give you all the advice you need.
As you may know, it takes more than studying to become a good journalist. While a proper education is absolutely essential, to really stand out in the global information system you must acquire all the practical skills possible. The Rome Press Game has been thought to do just this and by adopting a learn by doing approach, this event will help you put in practice the knowledge you have gained during your academic life in an innovative learning and multicultural environment.
As someone who has participated as a student, I personally know that you will treasure this experience for the rest of your life. This is not just a chance to
broaden your professional expertise in journalism, translation or interpretation.
It is also a fun and exciting opportunity to meet people from all over the world and to create new interpersonal relationships that can last a lifetime. You will also be able to attend the International Careers Fair free of charge, where you will meet numerous representative of a diverse range of universities, businesses and associations.
I really look forward to meeting the participants of the Rome Press Game 2020 edition and to help you get one step close to achieving your dreams.
Shanthi Kodituwakku Hettiarachchilage
Rome Model United Nations 2020
Rome Model UInited Nations 2020
By Sara De Mola e Lily Rizzoli
Nii Morton: Nii is a 16-year-old from Guinea, Africa. He is the Chief Executive Officer and founder of his company, Vermo Reality, which promotes the use of virtual reality technology in the classrooms of Guinea. Vermo aims to help students recall what they learned in class, using virtual reality to make it easier for them to visualise this material.
Visual (spatial) learning is a learning style in which students are able to understand and retain information if they digest it visually rather than traditionally. Students who learn visually are more successful creatively and have higher special senses. According to Forbes, 65% of learners in the world identify as visual learners. Visual learners can struggle retaining information that they learn by reading textbooks or listening to lectures. The use of videos, drawings, or in this case, virtual reality, can be a turning point for visual students.
Sara Ferasat: Sara is a 28-year-old from Iran. She has earned her Master’s and Bachelor’s degrees in Design in Tehran. She owns and runs her own brand, Tiida, where she designs clothing. She would like to internationalise her brand by improving her international connections and networking.
Women’s fashion in Iran has many different limitations. Women must cover their heads/hair, and in the past, women were expected to wear shapeless clothing and dress in drab colours. The latest trend for women in Iran is to use more colours in their wardrobe, to wear patterned hijabs, and wear more fitted clothing.
These two impressive and completely culturally diverse individuals can both be found at the Rome Business Game, one of the programmes under the International Careers Festival which is in its 10th year. Societal issues are presented to the participants of the programme. They must then come up with solutions to these conflicts. Dr. Luca Marco Giraldin von Lahnstein, who has a Master’s Degree in Marketing Management from EMLYON, has been the Director of the Business Game since 2014 and presented it during the Opening Ceremony. “This workshop is different from all the other simulations,” he said, “because there is not a single solution to the problem we give. We want to promote a 360° view of it [the problem.]”
Daniela Conte spoke to Team 4 reporters on the 10th anniversary of the festival and the Business Game specifically. Conte highlighted the importance of the intercultural background of the participants in the simulation. “If you want to work in an international company in the future, maybe you’re working with ten different nationalities, so you have to be very open minded.” Conte also described the ever growing nature of the festival and reminisced on the past ten years. “We started with just a small group of 200 people most of them were Italians.” Conte looks forward to this year’s festival.
- Team 4 - Rome Press Game
By Clelia Maria Vegezzi, Ludovica Ferranti and Eleonora Peruch
Imagine having dinner in Hell and Heaven. A banquet full of people around with their arms tied. Which do you think would make a difference between the two? In The Great Divorce C.S. Lewis described people in Hell as fighting against each other in order to reach for food, whereas in Heaven collaborating with each other, feeding the person on the opposite side of the table. Collaboration in fact has been the key point touched on by all the speakers in today’s Opening Ceremony of the International Careers Festival, celebrating its 10 th anniversary.
From 2009, the International Careers Festival has been the greatest opportunity offered to young people to practice collaboration in a multicultural environment. The Opening Ceremony was a celebration of diversity. As the Deputy Minister, Lorenzo Fieramonti stressed, “Diversity is a great ingredient of a good social life”.
Too often we act as if time and space have no boundaries. But in fact, time is limited and we should all pray for more. We should not sit down waiting for the change; we should be the change all together.
Collaborate rather than trying to stand out solo! The International Careers Festival is the perfect occasion to do so. In her speech, Wendy Wiver, first Counsellor and Bilateral and Foreign Policy at the British Embassy in Rome, remarked on the importance of preserving diversity and considering inequality a resource.
Participants can choose among four projects of the Festival according to their skills and interests. Internationalisation is the link among all the programmes. As Daniele Conte, President of the Giovani nel Mondo Association and Executive Director of the ICF said, “International means that we all are interconnected and affected by what is happening around the world”.
The original and most comprehensive programme among the four, the Rome MUN (Model United Nations), offers the opportunity to join a diplomatic simulation of the United Nations, one of the international organisation that mostly promotes diversity and demands for collaboration.
Secondly, the Rome Business Game, devoted to allowing young people to experience the world of business through case study competitions. Despite the competitive nature of the programme, participants are immersed in a collaborative environment in an effort to reach common solutions. Dr. Marco Giraldin von Lahnstein, director of the programme, suggested that in a company it is more important to focus on the human capital rather than on the economic capital.
Reporting during the Festival, the Rome Press Game participants get the chance to act as journalists and translators. Programme Director Shanti Kodituwakku Hettiarachchilage defined internationalisation as “breaking boundaries and making diversity a strong point in ourselves”. The last programme offering the opportunity to experience the multicultural aspect of the Festival is the International Careers Course.
Participants acquire and strengthen their soft skills through practical workshops, preparing for a successful international career.
The enthusiasm of the speakers who participated in the previous editions inspire us to be the change the world needs. Let’s be the Youth Leaders of Today!
Edited by Team 4 - Press Game