THIMUN Qatar Chat rooms

Click here to chat to your chairs on the issues on the agenda, queries about THIMUN RoP, or anything else relating to your participation at THIMUN Qatar.

33 comments

  1. Hello
    I would like to ask about the policy statement, as well as the consequences if we couldn’t write them before 30/12
    Thank you

    1. Policy Statements are required as a part of adequate preparation for the rigorous, world class debates of THIMUN Qatar. lack of preparation will ensure poor quality debate and will affect the integrity of the entire conference. Kindly prepare yourselves by submitting all policy statements in the requested time.

  2. Hello , is it okay if the policy statements are not uploaded by December 30 . For those who weren’t aware of the new procedures ?

  3. I want to send the name of delegates for the upcoming conference but only have a no reply email address can you please provide me with another? We are Newton School Lagoon

    1. To help you with understanding the rules and procedures of CCPCJ, please watch the video on the following link:

      https://drive.google.com/file/d/1Oi7vrhwIljBL2kNtN_1bvg2BzTwKs57u/view?usp=sharing

      This video will help you to understand all aspects of CCPCJ and how it is run at THIMUN Qatar, as well as answer any further questions you may have. Furthermore, it also informs you about what is required and expected from you as a delegate before, and during the conference.

  4. Hello,
    I’ve sent my Policy Statements last time, but I unfortunately I lost the save files. Is there anyway I could have them sent back to me?
    Thank You.

  5. Hello,
    I would just like to ask that for CCPCJ, am I required to write a resolution and if not am I required to write anything else?

    1. To help you with understanding the rules and procedures of CCPCJ, please watch the video on the following link:

      https://drive.google.com/file/d/1Oi7vrhwIljBL2kNtN_1bvg2BzTwKs57u/view?usp=sharing

      This video will help you to understand all aspects of CCPCJ and how it is run at THIMUN Qatar, as well as answer any further questions you may have. Furthermore, it also informs you about what is required and expected from you as a delegate before, and during the conference.

  6. For CCCPCJ, resolutions ( or in CCPCJ as known as, “Adopting an agenda”), debate will run by “line-by-line review”. What this means is that each clause will be debated separately to each other and each clause will have its own main submitter. Thus we ask you to come prepared with fully written clauses pertaining to the issue you have chosen. We encourage that since there are double delegations in CCPCJ, one person prepares for the issue on Cybercrime, and one person prepares for the issue on Falsified Medical Products. And as normal procedures, you are required to write a policy statement as well which informs other delegates about how the issue at hand affects your delegation, and how your country plans to take when it enters committee.

    1. Delegates are discouraged from preparing whole pre-drafted resolutions, however, yes, operative clauses should be prepared beforehand on the delegate’s chosen agenda. About 3 – 4 clauses are recommended per delegate.

    1. Merging is indeed the same however it is referred to as ‘informal informals’ or consultations. Throughout the committee sessions, there will be 2 consultations, “Consultations 1” and “Consultations 2”. The primary focus of Consultations 1 is the drafting of the resolution, while Consultation 2 would be to reach a consensus amongst all parties on disputed clauses.

      Reviewing of resolutions in the CCPCJ is done in a process otherwise known as “Line – by – Line Review” whereby the resolution is reviewed clause by clause.

      For voting procedures, the goal is for all member states to come to a consensus on the resolution. If any country is still in opposition after consultation 2, then a traditional vote will occur.

    1. Delegates are discouraged from preparing whole pre-drafted resolutions, however, yes, operative clauses should be prepared beforehand on the delegate’s chosen agenda. About 3 – 4 clauses are recommended per delegate.

  7. In CCPCJ, when in the case of two delegates per country, is the delegation permitted to split up and merge with other delegates to form two resolutions on the two separate issues and not just one?

    1. Yes, indeed with double delegation in the CCPCJ, each delegate is required to work on separate agendas (issues). So, therefore, one delegate should work on the agenda of cybercrime and the other on falsified medical products.

    1. Only one delegate is permitted to read the opening speech, however, they can address both agendas in the speech.

  8. Delegates are discouraged from preparing whole pre-drafted resolutions, however, yes, operative clauses should be prepared beforehand on the delegate’s chosen agenda. About 3 – 4 clauses are recommended per delegate.

  9. To help you with understanding the rules and procedures of CCPCJ, please watch the video on the following link:

    https://drive.google.com/file/d/1Oi7vrhwIljBL2kNtN_1bvg2BzTwKs57u/view?usp=sharing

    This video will help you to understand all aspects of CCPCJ and how it is run at THIMUN Qatar, as well as answer any further questions you may have. Furthermore, it also informs you about what is required from you as a delegate before, and during the conference.

  10. To help you with understanding the rules and procedures of CCPCJ, please watch the video on the following link:

    https://drive.google.com/file/d/1Oi7vrhwIljBL2kNtN_1bvg2BzTwKs57u/view?usp=sharing

    This video will help you to understand all aspects of CCPCJ and how it is run at THIMUN Qatar, as well as answer any further questions you may have. Furthermore, it also informs you about what is required and expected from you as a delegate before, and during the conference.

  11. Hello
    I am a delegate in the Arabic Thimun can I have the link for the templates and rules for the Arabic one because I also heard there are some words that are complimented to be used at the beginning of each problem and solution.
    Thank you

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *