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What is Diplomacy Camp?

Training Videos from Committee Directors

Zoom Trainings

  • How to Get Started with Liam + Amanda: Thursday, November 5, 2020 at 4pm (Zoom link)
  • Writing your Position Paper with Brad: Thursday, November 5, 2020 at 5:00 pm (Zoom link)
  • Learn Parliamentary Procedure Basics with Jenna: Thursday, November 12, 2020 at 4pm (Zoom link)

 

Submit Assignments for Awards
Submit your position paper here (due Nov. 11 at 10 p.m.): https://forms.gle/pD8A4b56z6BGFH4J8
Submit your global issues speech here (due Nov. 12 @ 10 p.m.): https://forms.gle/aAU1xTpJ8jRDh7BY9
Submit your pre-written resolution here (due Nov. 14 @ 8 a.m.): https://forms.gle/eNgX5YKVoHne2WSJ8

 

Committee Background Guides

 

Daily Email Updates

 

Parliamentary Procedure

 

 

Resolution Writing

 

Country Research

 

Position Paper

  • Position Paper Guide
    • Before you come to the conference, you will be expected to produce a paper detailing the position of your country on certain issues. Follow these guidelines to answer basic questions about the format, style, and content of resolution papers.
    • Position Paper Template
      • Before you come to the conference, you will be submitting position papers that reflect your country’s political position on the committee’s topics and includes ideas on how to solve the problem. Use this template to ensure correct formatting.

If you have questions, please e-mail us at byumun@byu.edu. Good luck delegates!

Training Materials

In order to help you prepare and be ready to compete in the BYU Model United Nations Conference, we have provided documents to help you research, write, and practice. These documents will aid in your preparation and provide a reference during the conference.

    • Delegate Prep Guide
      • This document outlines the day of the conference and provides important information to students who will be competing in the conference. All participating schools should go over this document in detail with their students prior to the day of the conference.
    • Parliamentary Procedure Guide Sheet
    • Resolution Writing Guide
    • Six Steps for Effective Country Research and Representation
      • We hope you come to this conference with a deep understanding of your country. This sheet provides ideas and a road map on how to obtain that understanding.
    • Position Paper Guide
      • Before you come to the conference, you will be expected to produce a paper detailing the position of your country on certain issues. Follow these guidelines to answer basic questions about the format, style, and content of resolution papers.
    • OAS Position Paper Guide
      • Before you come to the conference, you will be expected to produce a paper detailing the position of your country on certain issues. Follow these guidelines to answer basic questions about the format, style, and content of resolution papers.
    • Position Paper Template
      • Before you come to the conference, you will be submitting position papers that reflect your country’s political position on the committee’s topics and includes ideas on how to solve the problem. Use this template to ensure correct formatting.

Download BYUMUN30 Delegate Prep Guide, or if you have specific questions regarding these documents or would like to have individual training at your school, please e-mail us at byumun@byu.edu. Good luck delegates!