During their time visiting the United Nations, TOU’s student interns complete a research paper and presentation. The research topics chosen by the students are of contemporary importance each year and are on the summer agenda for the United Nations. Explore below to see some of the impressive work done by these talented young people.

2019

 

2018

2017

 

2016

              

2015

Highlights from our 2015 Intern Presentations:

2014

Annie Abruzzo – UN Peacekeeping Missions
Robert Borek – Education in Conflict Zones
Gea Bozzi – Human Trafficking
Julia Byrne – MDG 6
Isabelle Davis – Sexual Violence against Women in the Middle East
Priya Gada – Changes in the Laws of War
Noah Gelles – Children and Armed Conflict
Matthew Grillo – UN Micro Finance Program
Yervand Melkonyan – Biowarfare
Teddy Neuman – Israeli-Palestinian Conflict
Dylan Peer – Environmental Sustainability
Luke Pramberger – Child Mortality in Third World Countries
Regina Soriano – Women’s Rights
John Kim – Sustainable Development

2013

The issues addressed by our twenty 2013 interns fell into three categories: Human Rights Violations; the Millennium Development Goals 3, 7 and 8; and Civil Unrest.  The Millennium Development Goals that students used as a guideline for their topics were:

Eradication of Extreme Poverty and Hunger
Achieve Universal Primary Education
Promote Gender Equality and Empower Women
Reduce Child Mortality
Improve Maternal Health
Combat HIV/AIDS, Malaria, and Other Disease
Ensure Environmental Sustainability
Develop a Global Partnership for Development

2012

In 2012, interns looked at a number of important and timely issues, including:

  1. Women’s Rights
  2. The Environment
  3. Trade and Natural Resources
  4. Human Rights
  5. Civil Unrest

2011

UN Child Health

Birth Registration

Drug Trafficking

Health Education in African Nations

Financial Institutions Response to Global Economy

Primary Education of the Phillippines and Ethiopia

UN Project Presentation

UN ICC

Palestine-Israel Relations

Sex Trafficking

North Korea Disarmament

Peacekeeping

2010

The Developing World

How Global Poverty is Addressed by the UN

Police Brutality

Maternal Health

Child Soldiers

UN G2O Relations

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