Call for Applications for Simulation Game „Re-negotiating Peace”
World War I negotiation simulation
Simulation Game „Re-negotiating Peace”
Interested in history and historical events of the 20th century?
Always wanted to step into the shoes of Lloyd George or Georges Clemenceau?
Or would you prefer Woodrow Wilson?
What would you have done if you had sat behind the negotiation table?
Apply and improve your debating skills!
The Center for European Neighbourhood Studies (CENS) of the Central European University opens a call for students, graduates and young professionals from all disciplines who are interested in modern history, want to increase their knowledge not only on history, but peace-making processes, and to better understand the relevance of the First World War for today’s politics. The simulation is prepared by the German organization Planpolitik and co-organized with the Friedrich Ebert Foundation.
The simulation game takes place on October 13 - 14, 2018, at the Central European University, Budapest. Participants will take on the roles of members of the historical delegations to the Peace Conference from Germany, France, United Kingdom, Austria, Italy, Hungary and the United States of America. The groups will negotiate the most important questions of the treaties of Trianon and Saint-Germain. Materials and summaries about the history of the negotiations will be provided in advance by the organizers.
- Enrollment in a university program in Hungary, or recent graduation
- Interest in the topic and basic knowledge on WWI
- Fluency in English
How to apply
Send your CV and a short motivation letter (max. 0,5 page) in English to Zselyke Tófalvi (firstname.lastname@example.org) by October 1, 2018.