Resolutions, BLOC Groups and Weekend Program.
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Each year our dedicated committee research existing UN resolutions to provided MUNA delegates with relevant, interesting and challenging Resolutions for the debates.
The member States of the United Nations are unofficially divided into five geopolitical regional groupings (BLOCS). What began as an informal means of sharing the distribution of posts for General Assembly committees has taken on a much more expansive role. Depending on the UN context, regional groups control elections to UN‐related related positions, dividing the pie on the basis of geographic representation, as well as coordinate substantive policy, and form common fronts for negotiations and voting. This year's BLOC country allocations are below.
The program allows adults who are facilitating delegates to plan travel and for delegates to plan their prompt attendance at each session.