Summits
Meetings of delegates of fictitious countries


Nowadays, international politics is mostly about cooperation and finding a compromise. In Create&Control, this is achieved in two ways- summits and treaties. Summits are diplomatic meetings where delegates of each country meet to debate upon an international issue or crisis and produce a resolution. The format of the summits is quite similar to Model UN. Secondly, you will be instructed on how to create international treaties to help you cooperate more effectively. These may be free trade agreements, military alliances or virtually any kind of treaty.

Delegates at summits defend their country' objectives in a form of formal negotiations which helps to develop their rhetorical and debating skills. The participation at Summits also offers the competitors many experiences and acquired knowledge with formal expressions, but also the development of critical thinking or the search for good, proven sources for the basis for solving international problems during meetings.


During the summits, delegations from all fictional countries meet, formally negotiate and seek solutions to a given international problem. In the past has been addressed the problem of migration, gender identity and sustainable population growth .


In addition to meetings, various workshops or lectures are held to develop the so-called soft skills, so that the whole performance in the competition is also about self-knowledge, about understanding one's strengths and weaknesses, about creating a team of capable people ready to be active in their future life.


We want high school students to get the knowledge that the school does not offer, and to understand how a state function and why it is important to be active during high school.