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Belt and Road Initiative Simulation

The BRI Simulation Program is an educational program that is dedicated to equip students and young professionals with knowledge and skills for participating in the One Belt One Road Initiative. It is the first direct and comprehensive educational program for the BRI. It is designed and developed by the Foundation for Law and International Affairs (FLIA). 

Program at a Glance  

The first educational program that prepares students and young professionals to participate in the BRI.

Competition Module
Talent Pool
Training & Courses
 
About the Belt and Road Initiative

The Silk Road Economic Belt and the 21st Century Maritime Silk Road, also known as the One Belt and One Road Initiative (OBOR), or the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI), is a systematic project proposed by the Chinese government to connect Eurasia. The goals of the project are to promote economic prosperity of the countries involved, promote regional economic cooperation, strengthen exchanges and mutual learning between different civilizations, and promote world peace and development.

 

The BRI aims to promote connectivity between Asian, African, and European continents and seas. The BRI follows the principles of the UN Charter and upholds the Five Principles of Peaceful Coexistence: mutual respect for each other’s sovereignty and territorial integrity, mutual non-aggression, mutual noninterference in each other’s internal affairs, equality and mutual benefit, and peaceful coexistence. 

 
About the BRI Simulation Competition

The BRI Simulation Competition is an educational activity in which participants are delegated different roles and use their knowledge and skills to create better strategies and solutions in the process of BRI cooperation and negotiations.

The competition simulates cases that are based on real BRI issues and must be dealt with by involving both the public and private sectors, including governments, local society representatives, NGOs, international NGOs, transnational corporations, etc.

The purpose of this competition is to educate participants to gain experience and knowledge in creating strategies for and promoting the implementation of the BRI-related projects. It requires participants to have excellent knowledge at the intersection of law and international affairs, understanding of local cultures and globalization, skills in researching, public speaking, debating, and writing, as well as abilities in creative and critical thinking, teamwork, and leadership. 

“The program is insightful! Their virtual seminar program helps me learn more about various international organizations and cross-national institutions. The workshop they organized with US State Department during the education week also helped me make up my mind to apply for study abroad !”

 

Antonio, Mexico

Students and young professionals who have participated in competition can join the BRI Talent Pool and become a member of the FLIA-BRI young professional network. 

 

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