General Assembly

General Assembly

Committee Overview

1. Scale: General Assembly is the largest meeting mode in Model United Nations, usually involving hundreds of delegates representing various countries. In the sub-meeting mode, participants are divided into groups and simulated meetings are held in different venues.

2. Agenda: The agenda of the General Assembly is usually global issues discussed by the plenary, such as security, development, human rights, etc. In the sub-conference mode, participants can be divided into different groups for special discussion according to different themes or topics.

3. Decision-making process: In the General Assembly, delegates make decisions by speaking, introducing draft resolutions, debating and voting. In the sub-meeting mode, the group's decision is usually made through consultation, debate and consensus.

4. Thematic focus: The General Assembly covers topics in various fields, and delegates need to understand and participate in the discussion of various topics. The sub-conference mode can be based on different topics or issues, so that delegates can discuss specific areas more intensively and in depth.

In General, the General Assembly model is more comprehensive and comprehensive, and delegates need to have a wide range of knowledge and abilities to participate in the discussion and decision-making of global issues. The sub-conference model is more focused and in-depth, where delegates can discuss and make decisions on specific issues in small groups in specific areas.