There is a Position Paper Format which must be followed for most committees. Committees with specialized position papers (such as International Criminal Court, International Court of Justice, U.S. Cabinet, etc.) will be reflected on their specific committee page. Position papers are a maximum of two pages (sources section V may extend on to a third page).
Position papers are preferred by Friday, March 19th, 2022, by 11:59:59 PM to their respective committee emails, found at the top of all topic synopses. Position papers will be graded towards Research Awards until Friday, March 25th, 2022, 11:59:59 PM.
For Google Doc users, please ensure your documents are properly shared. Please see directions below.
You will receive an automated reply e-mail indicating that we have received your message. You must turn in a position paper in order to be considered for an award. If you do not receive one, please make sure you are sending your e-mail to the correct address. Plagiarized papers will not be tolerated, and will result in a zero for your position paper, deduction in diplomacy points, and a referral to your advisor.
For Google Docs Position Papers, please be sure to click the share button in the upper right corner–
Be sure to click “Get shareable link”,
and then, please change “Anyone with the link can view” to “Anyone with the link can comment” so that our chairpersons can provide feedback.
Please then copy the link and attach in an email to your UN Organ. The email is located at the top of each topic synopsis.