The Crisis Committee is often said to be one of the most challenging committees of MUN, but in return, it is also one of the most exciting ones, with fascinating, fast-paced debates and the opportunity for action instead of plain discussion. The delegations, which consist of two representatives, have to cooperate to solve a series of global crises. These crises are presented by means of newsflashes, press releases – articles or videos – and personal letters. The aim of the delegations should be preventing an international disaster, by peaceful debates and active cooperation, while still following the policies of their countries.
To be able to successfully participate in the sessions of the Crisis Committee, delegations are required to make thorough research into their countries' foreign policy, political and military structure, the dependency on other nations, membership of alliances, general history, and especially, the recent and current international events their countries have been involved in. Beside data collection, it is essential that the delegations handle the issues with creativity and activity, so as to ensure they all have a great time during sessions.
Due to successful debates in the past again the Crisis committee will deal with one main crisis consisting of smaller issues. To make things more exciting, the members of the Crisis committee Headquarters will manipulate the events of debate and they may also send the delegations private orders which they will need to fulfil. The delegations will have to make their own decisions during the sessions of course and this year the chairs and CCHQ members will try to make the debates particularly unique by creating alternative outcomes of the crisis as it progresses. Newsflash and press releases in forms of public videos or articles will be responsible for the familiarization of the delegations with the current happenings of the committee. Apart from these means of communication, the representatives will be able to send informal letters to each other in order to establish private diplomatic relationships, secret alliances and conspiracies against the others thus reaching dramatic climaxes.