Crisis: Cabinet 3 – The Kingdom of the Two Sicilies
While traditional General Assembly and Specialized committees operate on a static timeline, Crisis does not. Instead, the actions the delegates take directly affect each update and influence the eventual end result of the committee. As such, the strategies to do well in a Crisis committee differ from those of a GA or Specialized. Here are some strategies that have worked for me.
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Ben Bolton is a Scottish crisis enthusiast who began his MUN career during one year at the University of York studying German, Spanish and Linguistic Science. Following a year of MUN, he decided to leave this course and pursue a degree in politics and history and is now studying at a college in Glasgow with hopes to return to England to complete his studies in politics and history. His interests include travel and swimming as well as reading and playing Paradox games.
Hey, my name is Kyle, and I study Business and Enterprise Management at Sheffield Hallam University. My goal in life is to own my own business. I hope everyone has a great time at NottsMUN.
22 years old and coming from quite an international background myself, I love how MUN conferences connect people from different parts of the world. Studying IR and Global Issues in Nottingham, I’ ve got involved in MUN during my year abroad in Konstanz, Germany. Nottsmun is my first experience to work in the backroom of a crisis, and I am thrilled to be a part of such an amazing conference. Looking forward to November and meeting all of you!