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How To MUN: Solutions
Transcript of How To MUN: Solutions
In novice committees, your solutions were broad. They barely scraped the tip of the problem. Now that you're advanced, it's time to go deeper.
The Easy Path
The More Challenging Path
More Tips for Stellar Solutions
Enumerate the steps of your solution
The UK proposes a three step plan...
Guatemala proposes the following four actions...
Don't create too many steps! Too difficult to remember and plan in detail.
Make your plan memorable
The UK proposes the Three-R Resolution: Reform, Recovery, and Restructuring
Guatemala advocates FUN: Funding, Unilateral Agreement, and Negotiations
don't use inappropriate acronyms! FUN is probably inappropriate...
Make your plan detailed and specific
Your plan should be one of several eventual resolution operatives
Wait...how do I make my solutions more detailed?
Are there already solutions in place?
What has been done or what is being done?
How can existing solutions in your or other countries work for everyone?
How can you make these solutions better?
There are no solutions in place!
So create some!
What are the biggest problems that need to be addressed?
What are immediate problems and long term problems?
Can you solve all problems? Probably not.
Focus on the problems you CAN solve!
How will you implement these solutions?
will fund this?
will support this?
will do this?
will NGOs do?
will governments do?
will this take place?
will we start?
should this be implemented?
will we start?
should we complete this?
will each step take place?
will we accomplish this?
will we address people's needs?
will we convince other countries to support this?
are we doing this in the first place?
should not stand alone
should be specific (who, what, where, when, why how?)
who, what, where, when, why, how?
why should other countries support this?
remember, you don't have to solve the WHOLE problem by yourself
Glad you asked, mate!
Follow these easy steps to make a BIG impression.