WMIDMUN's committees are designed to provide a wide array of debate opportunities. WMIDMUN seeks to introduce delegates to a wide variety of topics through different committee sizes, time periods, and locations around the world. For every committee experience, WMIDMUN takes special care to accommodate novices. Each director will start committee with an “Introduction to Model UN” presentation where the basics of the Model UN will be addressed alongside the specifics of the committee.
General Assemblies are large bodies that encompass a majority of the United Nations and delve into globally pertinent issues. Delegates will build consensus through diplomacy and debate in a more structured parliamentary procedure.
Regional Assemblies are mid-sized and less conventional than the standard General Assemblies. These bodies, sometimes referred to as ECOSOCs, will take more localized approaches to problems in a specific region. Delegates will test their diplomacy in dealing with issues where all parties have a vested interest.
Specialized Agencies are small, deliberative bodies specialized to focus on a key issue. These committees forego a responsive crisis element, instead focusing on constructive debate and diplomacy. Delegates will be required to think critically in assessing the best approach to a specific issue.
Crisis Committees are unique, action-driven experiences for delegates. Each committee features a crisis element that will assist delegates in shaping the content of the committee. WMIDMUN is excited to announce the return of its premier debate-focused crisis committee: the Ad-Hoc Committee of the Secretary General.