Model United Nations is an extracurricular activity that allows students to simulate what the United Nations is and how it functions to solve international issues. From tackling current issues to historical events through a multitude of international bodies, Model UN gives students an opportunity to explore international history, politics, and diplomacy while putting their own ideas to work. MUN encourages creativity and critical thinking in order to put forth the best solutions or course of action for the committee.
General Assembly acts as the typical idea of Model United Nations. You will usually represent a country in a UN committee and work collaboratively with others to solve a global issue. The goal is to create solutions that represent your country's policy and will effectively address all facets of an issue.
Crisis committees place delegates in the seats of real political power by simulating the personal dynamics of various organizations. Coming from all areas of history, crisis committees are distinct from General Assembly and allow for a different kind of creativity. Delegates will represent important figures who had to make serious decisions that effected their world.