At the end of your researching period, you may have tons of raw information that you would not have a clear idea on how to present them in the committee. Instead of cluttering your fellow delegates with unorganised information that may not be relevant at a given juncture, what you may wish to do is to segregate the information into the below given headings.

  1. Causes and effects
  2. Factors that influence
  3. Where the problem is worsening
  4. Where the problem is being solved
  5. Possible solutions
  6. Advantages and disadvantages of possible solutions

By breaking down your research into these chunks, it helps you to effectively raise moderated caucuses during committee sessions and make your speeches more sensible.