We’ll be at cop28

events we are hosting and speaking at:

Find out about our Campaign Coordinators attending on-behalf of Mock COP. Some youth delegates from our Mock COP26 Summit and our Mock Education Ministers Summit will also be attending, sharing the Youth Statement on Quality Climate Education and the Mock COP26 treaty.

Times listed below are in GTS. Please check the timings for your time zone if joining online. For live updates on our activities, follow us on Instagram and Twitter

3 December

10:00-11:30: Youth advocating at local, national and international levels for climate action, at the DP World Pavilion Impact Hub, Green Zone. Workshop led by Mock COP staff: David Okenwa, Amit Singh, Shreya K.C., Sofia Luna Quispe.  

Join campaigners from Mock COP to find out how youth can advocate for visionary policies and spark grassroots climate action. Youth campaigners will share their stories on advocating for climate education at local, national and international levels, equipping you with ideas and skills to engage a range of people. Register to attend the workshop.

5 December

15:15-16:15: Implementing youth-led solutions for a quality climate education, in the Al Maktaba Room, Greening Education Hub, Mobility Pavilion, Green Zone, hosted by Mock COP with Office for Climate Education and the MEECE Project. 

This event will showcase youth action towards quality climate education in order to raise ambition from world leaders to take action on climate education. We will provide examples from those influencing and doing this in practice, at a policy level and within the classroom. Young people, policy makers, educators, and practitioners will also share the opportunities they see to collaborate and accelerate climate education in their contexts, and the effective educational response they believe should be taken to climate change. 


Amit Singh, Campaign Coordinator, Mock COP; Keshoe Isaiah, Youth delegate for Kenya, Mock COP; Nicolas Vogt, Education Officer, Office for Climate Education; Nicola Chopin, Project Manager, the MECCE Project and Sustainability and Education Policy Network (SEPN); Ana Romero, Educator and Senior Advisor in climate matters for the UN’s Capacity-Building and for Action for Climate Empowerment (ACE).

6 December

13:00-14:00: Raising ambition for quality climate education, in The Ghaf, Youth Hub, Green Zone, hosted by Mock COP. 

In this session, you will hear from youth leaders, educators, and education ministers on the outcomes of the virtual youth-led Mock Education Ministers Summit (Mock EMS) as they call for greater ambition from world leaders to take action on climate education, and share how young people and ministers have been collaborating to integrate climate into education.

Speakers: Sofia Luna Quispe, Mock COP Campaign Coordinator; Will Wale, Youth Focal Point for Sustainability and Climate Justice with the UK Department for Education; Walter Osigai Etepesit, Mock EMS delegate for Uganda, YOUNGO and EU Youth Sounding board member; Nicola Walshe, Professor of Education, Pro-Director Education and Executive Director of the UCL Centre for Climate Change and Sustainability Education; Dr. Emmanuel Tachie-Obeng, National Focal Point for ACE, Ghana

7 December

15:00-17:00: Global youth voices for climate justice, at the Future Mobility Hub in the Dubai Multi Commodities Center  

  • Climate Justice workshop led by campaigners from Mock COP 
  • 30 minutes film screening of Indigenous films from Belize and Q&A by Youth Climate Report
  • Networking with free drinks and snacks

Organisers: Mock COP, Youth Climate Report, Foundation for Environmental Education
Host: The Nand and Jeet Khemka Foundation

Invite only, please email us if you would like to register to attend. 

8 December

10:45-12:15: Youth and Action for Climate Empowerment (ACE): capacity building for national level MER, in the Monash University Pavilion, hosted by the MECCE Project. 

Shreya K.C. will be sharing more about the youth statement on quality climate education. 

15:15-16:00: Youth raising ambition for quality climate education, at the RewirEd Summit, Connect Conference Centre, hosted by Mock COP. 

Through the Mock Education Ministers Summit, young people have been supported to meet and collaborate with their education ministers on climate education. This high-level dialogue will showcase the work of young people on this journey and ensure more ministers raise ambition for quality climate education and have the opportunity to collaborate with young people to integrate climate into education.  

Speakers: Shreya K.C., Campaign Coordinator, Mock COP; Baroness Barran, Minister for the School System and Student Finance at the Department for Education, UK; Ms Khady Diop Mbodj, Secretary General of the Ministry of National Education, Senegal; H.E Mrs. Nura Mustaf Mukhtar, State Minister of Education of Somalia; Ms. Stefania Giannini, ADG, UNESCO; Yasmine Sherif, Executive Director, Education Cannot Wait; Will Wale, Youth Focal Point for Sustainability and Climate Change for the Department for Education, UK Government.

16:20-17:10: Empowerment through education: campaigning for climate education and environmental education, at the Children & Youth Pavilion, with Cambridge Climate Society.

David Okenwa will be sharing more about the youth statement on quality climate education. 

17:30-18:45: Juventud Peruana Activa por el Clima, at the Peru Pavilion. 

Sofia Luna Quispe will sharing more about the youth statement on quality climate education.


youth voice

mOCK COP campaign coordinators and youth delegates from across the world will be at cop28. if you don’t have youth representation at your event, please reach out to us to join you by emailing zoe.arnold@sos-uk.org and hello@mockcop.org