Center for the History of Global Development

Zarkamol Munisov (Camille)

Zarkamol Munisov (Camille) is from Uzbekistan. He received his MA degree in International Relations and Diplomacy in 2019 at Shanghai University. His Master thesis addressed the "Development of Sino-Central Asian Relations: Opportunities and Challenges of the SREB implementation." 

Camille is multilingual and has repeatedly participated in major language competitions. In 2017, he won the second prize in the Global Speech Contest "My" Belt and Road "Dream Story." In 2018, in the Speech Contest "Shanghai Impression in the eyes of Chinese and foreign youths", he won the first prize among Chinese and International students from universities of Shanghai.
Camille was the first President of Shanghai University International Student Ambassador project, which is directly linked to the Internationalization Strategy of the university. From March to November 2019, he worked as an assistant manager at SHU Global and was responsible for the CIS (Commonwealth of Independent States) projects. 
Camille's current research is on the Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) 15 - Actions of the Ecological Movement / Ecoparty in shaping the environmental policy of Uzbekistan in accordance with SDG 15.