The United Nations General Assembly is the place where ALL of the world's 193 officially recognized nations meet to discuss important issues and debate resolutions. Our BISMUN General Assembly will obviously be smaller, with only about 30 nations represented. However, as these nations represent cultures from across the globe, there is plenty of opportunity for you to role play a unique country delegate.
In the General Assembly, you are responsible for supporting or arguing against resolutions, or perhaps to support certain clauses of a resolution while attempting to amend other clauses. You might try to be a main submitter, or you can sign on to be a co-submitter. However involved you choose to be, you will learn what it means to be an MUN delegate.
Phases of the General Assembly
Opening Speeches (self-introduction, and a chance to tell the others which issue you are interested in)