Under the patronage of Prime Minister Dr. Mostafa Madbouly, the Ministry of Youth and Sports announced launching the fourth edition of the BRICS simulation model on February 19, which is implemented by the Ministry through the Central Administration of Parliament and Civic Education – the General Administration of the Vanguards and Youth Parliament in cooperation with the Voice of Egypt Youth Association.
For his part, Dr. Ashraf Sobhi, Minister of Youth and Sports, stressed that the BRICS simulation model will be a real experience and opportunity for participants to understand the economic, political and social challenges and opportunities facing the group’s countries.
The program includes a set of pre-defined scenarios, tasks and objectives that the teams must work to achieve. It will provide available information materials on the economic, political and social contexts of each country, as well as guidance on negotiation techniques and strategies.
A simulation environment will be created where participan
ts will be divided into teams representing each of the BRICS countries. These teams will participate in simulating negotiations and discussions related to trade, investment, security, and other regional and international issues.
This program provides an opportunity for participants to expand their personal and professional networks, and exchange experiences and knowledge with business leaders, officials and experts in multiple fields.
At the end of this program, participants can gain a deeper understanding of the BRICS countries’ policies, economies, and international relations, develop critical and analytical thinking skills, and gain insights into the field of international diplomacy.
Source: State Information Service Egypt