● AISMUN does not provide to the delegates WIFI, if they want to obtain it they must pay $ 30,000 at the hotel reception.
● Just one (1) opening speech is required. It must contain information about the two topics.
● Each opening speech should be read in a maximum time of one minute and a half.
● A position paper is essential, following the guidelines already established. POSITION PAPER TEMPLATE can be found in resources.
● PowerPoint presentations are permitted.
● If you wish to use the term “terrorism”, it is imperative that you make a motion, that will be considered as interruptible.
● The term “imperialism”, does not belong to the parliamentary language; therefore, no delegate may use it.
● September 7th, 2019: Opening Speeches and Position Papers due.
● September 12th to September 14th,2019: Altamira International School Model United Nations XVI.
● Always speak in third person; “History and Politics of Westeros Committee” and “Comité De Representación Propia” are the only committees permitted to speak in first person.
● Try to speak with an elevated vocabulary.
● Avoid colloquial expressions and sayings.
● Avoid being vulgar or disrespectful with words and/or actions.
If it is approved by Presidents and by the Secretary-General, any severe act have consequences, even if it is not enlisted below. Each of the following points has its consequence and warning. These are specified in the Handbook:
● Use of electronic devices for other purposes than research and educational, those which contribute to the development and progress of the committee.
● Any sort of plagiarism or malpractice in a working paper, position paper or opening speech that can be proven by the Chair and/or the Secretary-General & Director General.
● The intake of alcohol and other drugs inside AISMUN’s location is prohibited.
● Eating and/or drinking inside the committee, or during Committee Work.
● Intolerance towards other races, religions, and beliefs.
● Robbery and/or keeping any type of weapon.
● During all committee sessions and conference events, delegates are expected to follow and dress accordingly to the Western business attire; national attire and religious attire are also permitted.
● Delegates who are dressed inappropriately for the event may be asked to change into more appropriate attire.