Each roundtable offers student delegates the opportunity, in a series of roundtable discussions, to analyze and develop policy recommendations for the United States within the topic of their selected roundtable. Roundtables are conducted by qualified academic and professional leaders . These discussions will culminate with an end-of-conference group presentation where delegates will present their policy recommendations. In addition, delegates will write an academic paper presenting their group analysis and policy recommendations. These papers will be published in a Wheatley publication.

Non-Governmental Organizations in Development
Natural Resources in Development
Human Rights and Development
How Are We Actually Doing? Evaluating Development
Political Violence and Development
The Role of Foreign Aid in Economic Development



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