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The Versailles Project 2004

This year's Versailles Treaty project begins on Monday 8th November and will be completed by Friday 19th November. The students will be divided into six teams representing six countries at the conference. This year there will also be a media team covering the event and taking responsibility for live web reporting of the conference motions and the production of the digital audio-visual record of the day. (see the audio visual record of 2000, 2001, 2002 and 2003). The media team have already been busy through their designated forum area and in interviewing the Chairman of the conference, Mr Jones-Nerzic.

After they have been registered at the International Student Education Forum, the national teams will begin by researching (these useful links will help) and writing their national objectives and then uploading them to the forum by November 15th. This year, the conference debate will take place during the whole morning of  Wednesday 17th November. As well as preparing their historical arguments, students will also need to familiarise themselves with the rules of debate. They will be writing up their completed treaty for publication on Friday 19th November.The best treaty will be selected for publication as the IST Versailles Treaty for 2004.

The winning team will be selected by the Media team. But the popular vote will be registered here on the Student Education Forum our_versaille.jpg (44526 bytes) How did the class of 2004 re-draw the map of Europe? Click on Ben's map to get an enlargement. 

The Teams for 2004 Project 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003
The National Objectives Useful Links
The Minutes (Live) The Conference Rules
Maps Ben's redrawn map for 2004
The 2000 Treaty, The 2001 Treaty, The 2002 Treaty, The 2003 Treaty Audio-visual record 2001, 2002, 2003

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