It is important to keep in mind that in a committee, delegates are considered to be diplomats representing a country. Possessing the qualities of a diplomat and behaving in the right way will further enhance the quality of your experience as a delegate. Here are some points to keep in mind:
Avoid the usage of first person and second person pronouns such as “I” and “you”, instead its better to address delegates in the committee (including yourself) as “delegate of (the country represented)”.
Make sure you use a formal diction and structure every time you speak in a formal session of the committee.
Remember that every delegate in the committee is a diplomat, hence all of them should be treated with utmost respect.
Cross-talk between delegates will not tolerated and is considered an insult to the committee. Communications between delegates during formal session will happen only via chits.
All delegates are to abide by the ROPs during all committee sessions. To know more about the ROPs, please watch the ROP video.
Do not bring food and beverages into the committee.
Any damage to the school property will be followed by severe consequences which will be determined by the Secretary-General depending on the nature and degree of damage.
Keep the committee rooms clean and neatly arranged all the time.
Honesty is an important quality of a diplomat, hence all the delegates are expected to present their own work. Plagiarism will hence, be highly intolerable.
Delegates are required to follow the dress code appropriate to the conference.
Refer Terms and Conditions to know more about the dress code.