The Conference Preparation Guide compiles important information for delegates and advisors to register, plan, and prepare for the conference. Included... Read More
Joint Crisis Committees
Joint Crisis Committees are Specialized committees where two or more related bodies have the opportunity to interact with one another, furthering debate and keeping tension and excitement high throughout the conference. The committees meet in separate rooms and their interaction is made possible by crisis staff who work to move information between the different groups. Both the “Joint Crisis” which is made of two interrelated committees and the “Quadrumvirate” which is made of of four interrelated committees, provide excellent opportunities for students to actively engage in debate (committees are capped at 21 and 18 delegates respectively), plot with or against other committees, deal effectively with crises, and of course, have a lot of fun.