Faculty Mentor Name

Brooke Shannon

Format Preference

Poster

Abstract

Model North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) consists of several committees, each of whom draft policy relevant to their respective topics of discussion. The Committees debate for the course of the conference, drafting NATO policy to solve a multitude of issues. During this time, a simulated crisis also occurs, and each committee must respond to the updates from the crisis as well as focus on their original goals. After the final committee sessions of the conference, the final resolutions passed by each committee are sent to the North Atlantic Council (NAC), who works to approve all of them unanimously. The end result is a final communique, consisting of the unanimously approved policy from the body of the entire conference. This final communique is sent to NATO Headquarters, where it is used by actual NATO officials to guide potential policy directives in the future.

  • POSTER PRESENTATION
  • EAGLE PRIZE AWARD

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Washington DC Model North Atlantic Treaty Organization

Model North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) consists of several committees, each of whom draft policy relevant to their respective topics of discussion. The Committees debate for the course of the conference, drafting NATO policy to solve a multitude of issues. During this time, a simulated crisis also occurs, and each committee must respond to the updates from the crisis as well as focus on their original goals. After the final committee sessions of the conference, the final resolutions passed by each committee are sent to the North Atlantic Council (NAC), who works to approve all of them unanimously. The end result is a final communique, consisting of the unanimously approved policy from the body of the entire conference. This final communique is sent to NATO Headquarters, where it is used by actual NATO officials to guide potential policy directives in the future.

  • POSTER PRESENTATION
  • EAGLE PRIZE AWARD