AMUN introductory remarks

AMUN introductory - How to make an opening speech First you should thank the presiding official by saying"Thank you Mr Madame Honorable Chair

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How to make an opening speech First, you should thank the presiding official by saying "Thank you Mr./ Madame/ Honorable Chair/ President…" Then begin by providing a brief history on the issue as it relates to your country. Speak about how the issue is currently affecting your country. Provide your country's position on the issue. Include an explanation for your country’s stance, such as economic or security concerns or political or religious ideology. You may choose to give an explanation of how your country's position relates to the positions of other member states such as the major powers or countries in your regional bloc. You should discuss some of the past actions taken by the UN, member states and NGOs to address the issue. Present ideas for a resolution, stressing your country’s objectives for the resolution. Talk about the role that NGOs or regional organizations have to play in addressing the issue. Indicate to the committee members whether your country is willing to negotiate
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This note was uploaded on 04/09/2008 for the course POLI 384L taught by Professor Hody during the Spring '08 term at UMBC.

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