Dawid Ostrowski Developer Relations Program Manager, Google Poland
Dawid is true technology enthusiast, who loves to work in areas where humans and machines meet to create amazing new products and services. He is experienced program manager with strong technical background, who is able to establish priorities for complex projects and execute across multiple organizations, according to long-term objectives. Dawid has worked in Poland, USA, Germany, Belgium and The Netherlands and truly values diversity of international working environment. His most visible characteristics are individualization (when dealing directly with people), ideation&intellection (inexhaustible source of new concepts) and strong communication (experienced trainer, community manager). He is also an activator constantly impatient for action.
Dmytro Danylyk Android Developer, Lemberg Solutions Limited
Developer. Nominated to apply for the Google Developer Expert Program. Finalist of Google Apps Developer Challenge 2012. Author of open source libraries 1000+ stars. Writer. When Dmytro has free time he is writing technical articles. Speaker. Always trying to share his knowledge & experience on different events. Big fan of android, flat design, stackoverflow, git, Intellij IDEA. Eclipse IDE hater.
Roman Mazur Head of Android/Java Unit, Stanfy, GDG Kyiv
Roman started his way in Android 5 years ago and fall in love with this platform. Currently he is a head of Android unit in Stanfy LLC and a co-organizer of Kyiv Google Developers Group focusing on Android development. Roman is responsible for building a strong team of Android developers inside Stanfy as well as for organizing Android professionals community in Kyiv.
Valentyn Shybanov Software engineer/country manager, Twinfield, GDG Kyiv
Valentyn focuses on Polymer and Web Components. In previous roles he’s helped craft design systems for massive enterprise companies, user interfaces for console titles, and even built the occasional enchanted princess game. These days his mission is to fight for a better web and to help developers build great experiences.
The Lok Sabha, which literally translates to ‘House of the People’ is the lower house of India's bicameral Parliament, the upper house being the Rajya Sabha. It has the power to pass bills on legislative, financial, executive, constitutional, electoral as well as judicial matters.’The Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in Lok Sabha’, as well as occasional ‘Directions issued by the Speaker’ regulate the procedure in Lok Sabha.
Since independence, it has been a trend that commodities common to all citizens is the responsibility of the government. Hence was the inception of the Public sector in India. Ever since, the distribution such entities in India has gone through immense changes, some for the better, some for worse. However, the biggest change that has taken place is the shift of authority into the hands of private enterprises.
In light of the evolving trend, The IITG Model United Nations Edition 14 proudly presents its first agenda, a Lok Sabha committee, Publicly Private: Analysing Privatisation and Disinvestment. Given the current economic state of the country, recovering from covid, can the common man bear this shift or is the private sector growing considerate to the everyday needs of the citizens. The argument for privatisation is that the private sector is more efficient and that public sector units perform better when they are in private hands. What does the evidence say, though? As India begins on a huge sell-off, these are considerations to examine. Are you up to the challenge?
From the two World Wars to as recently as the Israel-Gaza Conflict, actions of warring factions and nations have continued to violate international laws and commit atrocities. Yet it has been found difficult to precisely define the term 'war crime,' and its usage has, and continues to, evolve constantly. Despite being internationally recognized as a war crime, these atrocities seldom fall under the jurisdiction of a governing body and often warrant no action or relief.
The IITG Model United Nations Edition 14 brings to you the agenda for the UN General Assembly, “Winning Against War”. Here, you will take into consideration the past, debate the present and ideate the future course of action on armed conflicts and wars and the ways in which they can be resolved, if not avoided, at the international level.
The working of the Economic and Social Council includes coordination of fourteen UN specialized agencies, ten functional commissions, and five regional commissions. Its purview extends over 70 percent of the human and financial resources of the entire UN system. The Council consists of 54 member states which are elected by the General Assembly for three-year terms. The Council holds a four-week substantive session each July, alternating between New York and Geneva.
Refugees and displaced people have their human rights in a state of constant turmoil due to incidents naturally occurring or artificially created. The laws and directives that govern the international community regarding refugees and the ongoing crisis are outdated, and consist of multiple loopholes. Due to this, the refugees go through immense hardship in escaping severe conditions and attaining refugee status, all the while continuously on the run. Another major source of concern is the state of enforcement that these laws are in. In todays world, there is no binding authority which makes sure that the refugees are in humane situations. This injustice has to come to an end. Join the debate, and be a part of the discussion over one of the world’s most controversial events in the recent past.