An international negotiation competition for university students, Copenhagen 19 – 21 October 2014
The Copenhagen Competition is an interdisciplinary international negotiation competition. The competition is by invitation only. Invited universities will compete in a written round to qualify for the oral negotiations in Copenhagen.
This year’s topic is the Sustainable Energy Trade Agreement (SETA).
The first edition of the Copenhagen Competition was launched in 2009 in the run-up to the COP15 and was on Climate Change (i.e. a post-Kyoto Agreement). In 2010 the competition was on Access to Medicines and in 2011 on Access to Food.
Photos - Award ceremony
The winner was announced by the Danish Prime Minister Helle Thorning-Schmidt. See the photos.
Photographer: Klaus Holstig
Get a feel of the Copenhagen Competition by browsing through information on the past competitions in the Archive.
Photos - Copenhagen Competition
The competition stretched over 3 days. See the photos.