Economic and Social Council & Regional Bodies
The Economic and Social Councils and Regional Bodies ask for nothing less than an assembly of the most dedicated delegates to issues of long-term regional and global importance. In the model of the General Assembly, the Economic and Social Councils debate solutions to critical questions and produce policy suggestions in the form of resolutions. However, composed of a smaller number of representatives, the Economic and Social Councils generate more of an intimate environment, allowing for delegates to access the nuances of their topics. In these policy-orientated committees of long-term vision, delegates may encounter a variety of topics of debate, ranging from international standards for space exploration counter-pollution, to urban development and planning, to environmental conservation, and beyond.
Similarly, Regional Bodies will present delegates with the opportunity to discuss issues specific to the political and territorial agenda of the committee. Beyond geographic boundaries, Regional Bodies consist of intentional groupings of countries that are politically and economically connected to one another, and the questions brought up before the assemblies will often affect each of them either directly or through chain reaction. As a result, Regional Bodies will be most attractive to those who are able to empathize, concentrate on questions of many dimensions, and to work towards mutually desired solutions.