Date of publication: 2017-09-02 17:34
Not all issues have a direct impact on all Member States. However Member States are part of political groups or regional groups (. EU, AU, Arab League, etc.) and the political group may have a position on the issue. Find out which political groups your country is a part of and if your group has a position. Best, Ryan
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9. Resolutions, Treaties, and Conventions. Before you can do anything on the topic, you need to know what’s already been done. You can find past resolutions through the UN documentation center , although it can be difficult to navigate. Once you’ve found the latest resolution, the perambulatory clauses should direct you to other resolutions. Also, the most relevant piece of international law on your topic might not be a past resolution, but instead a treaty or convention.
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When I started doing Model UN, research was a chore. I wrote position papers at the last minute, printed out a bunch of random websites the night before conferences, and read a fraction of it on the bus. Research was something boring I needed to do before I could do the fun stuff.
Our school 8767 s MUN club just got our committee assignments 5 days before the conference! How are we supposed to do all this research in 5 days??!? We found out on Monday, and the conference starts Friday!!!! Is that typical??
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66. Voting Record. Actions speak louder than words. If your country’s leaders have not clearly articulated a policy on your topic, then you can infer it from how your country has voted on past resolutions, treaties, and conventions (or whether they were even present). Note that recent speeches may indicate a change in policy away from however your country has voted in the past, especially if your government has changed administrations. Nonetheless, you still want to know how your country’s past actions on the topic, for your own knowledge, and in case anyone asks.
Depending on which subject area your class or research focuses on, your professor may ask you to cite your sources in MLA format. This is a specific way to cite, following the Modern Language Association’s guidelines. There are other styles, such as APA format and Chicago, but MLA format is often used for literature, language, liberal arts, and other humanities subjects.