At TLVMUN, we expect every delegate to submit a position paper. The reason for that is twofold. First, it is our attempt to help you prepare and research for the conference, and second, it will allow other delegates to understand your position on the matters at hand in order to better collaborate with you.
We expect your position paper to:
Be no longer than 2 pages total (for both topics)
Include a header with the date, your name, email address, county of residence and academic institution, the country you represent and your committee
Have at least 1-2 paragraphs on each:
What you think the clash(es) in this topic are
Information regarding the topic in general, and your country's perspective on it
Your proposed action or plan, or your strategy (preferably a unique, original and innovative one)
Attempt to answer, within article 3, the guiding questions provided in the study guide
Position papers requirements for the Joint Cabinet Crisis:
Write about 250-400 words of a short character bio, explain the position that your character is currently filling with an emphasis on his/her capabilities and areas of influences. Answer in your own words, what do you think is the greatest threat to your country's national security?
The finished position paper should be sent to the Committee Email provided no later than 1st of August 2018 to be considered for an award.
Under Secretary Generals of Academics