Issues on the agenda:
Joint Crisis Committees, are Model United Nations simulations of specific historical crises or fictional crisis scenarios. These events are often discussed at a setting of separated committees, at which the delegates are representing different historical or fictional figures. These separated committees often work to come out of the crises victorious. To achieve this goal, they have certain tools at their disposal which may include the option to use their represented parties resources as they wish (e.g. monetary, military, intelligence and political maneuvers). The historical or fictional accuracy is one of the main elements that distinguish these committees from other Model United Nations Committees. The directives that come from all JCC’s are operated by the Crisis Team. Finally, the parties of the Crisis are often summoned to submit to work on an agreement that will resolve the issue unilaterally.