During the last day of the conference delegates of six committees assemble for a joint session led by the President and the Deputy President of the General Assembly. During this session, the approximately 200 delegates debate the resolutions passed by three committees, this year, the DISEC, UNESCO and SPECPOL, and vote on them one final time. The large number of delegates present, the different venue and the fact that three entirely different resolutions are debated makes the General Assembly a worthy finish to the conference’s professional work.
Since 2015 there are four committees not present at the General Assembly in addition to the Crisis Security Council - not because they are deemed inferior compared to the others, but because they are given an entirely different challenge. They, the Security Council, ECOSOC, WHO and FAO this year, are required to solve a crisis together during the last two days, therefore, they have only one topic for the first two days of debate. Each committee focuses on a different aspect of the same crisis, which requires cooperation not just in the committee, but also the coordinated action of all delegates of a single delegation.
The Crisis Security Council is one of the many committees you can choose from at BIMUN, but yet it is completely different from the others. It is the most challenging committee, as, during the four days of the conference, the delegates of the CSC have to solve a crisis, the topic of which they only learn on the first day of the conference. Therefore, the CSC is recommended to those delegates, who are both experienced in MUN and have a great knowledge of the current state of affairs in global politics. As the CSC requires much more preparation and expertise than other committees at BIMUN, the delegates will represent their countries in pairs.