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Copenhagen Competition is an international negotiation competition at the Faculty of Law at the University of Copenhagen. A competition in which selected top universities from around the world negotiate an agreement on a highly topical, controversial and politically sensitive topic. The topic changes every year and is chosen in collaboration with senior officials from international organizations like the WTO. Negotiation topic 2011
The first edition of the Copenhagen Competition was launched in 2009 in the run-up to the COP15 and was held on the Climate Change topic. In 2010 the students were faced with the challenging question on Access to Medicines. In 2011 the students were faced with the challenging question on access to food.
- 2009: National University of Singapore
- 2010: Hebrew University of Jerusalem
- 2011: University of Cape Town (The Republic of Kenako)