War of the Three Kingdoms, China, 208 AD
Crisis is perhaps one of the most unique committees a delegate can experience in MUN. A Crisis Committee is a small body brought together to deal with an issue of immediate importance. It is generally not a part of the UN, and usually is a specific cabinet. While General Assemblies tend to find long-term solutions to problems, Crisis Committees often handle short-term issues with instantaneous and determent measures called directives. Topics can vary from a historical event to present day or futuristic scenarios, and from fiction to non-fiction. Rather than countries, delegates embark on a role-play of a greater degree, undertaking specific roles of specific people working for their own personal gain. The Crisis Committee operates on a dynamic timeline that is affected by the actions of the delegates themselves with continuous events developing from the statements made by the chairs or backroom.
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