Featuring a historical UN coalition partaking in a war, the Coalition Crisis Committee is one of CAHSMUN 2020’s newest offerings. With the same crisis ROP and story-changing directives as other crises, delegates this year will be tasked with overseeing South Korea in 1949. Navigating through a treacherous period of Korean history, delegates will be confronted with issues ranging from political suppression, to mass civil unrest, all while staving off the scourge of communism. Beginning at the crescendo of the Cold War, delegates will be forced to work collaboratively - using the UN as a platform for change - to prevent the outbreak of an all-out war.
CCC is a committee suited for experienced delegates, but is open to delegates of all experience levels wishing to challenge their capacity as delegates. Position papers are mandatory for this committee. Please read about CAHSMUN’s Position Paper policy, which can be found under the list of committees on the “Committees” page.
Questions, inquiries and positions papers for this committee can be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Ben Kang | Director
Ben is a Grade 10 student at St. George’s School and has the distinct honour of serving as the Director of the Coalition Crisis for CAHSMUN 2020. Ever since being dropped head-first into the sea of MUN in Grade 7, Ben has been captivated by the complex and dynamic nature of Model United Nations. From heated debates, to raucous unmods, to invigorating crises, Ben’s experiences as a delegate have left amazing memories forever ingrained, and he hopes this committee will do the same for you. When not making vociferous speeches or calling for decorum, Ben can be observed hacking vast quantities of grass with his golf club, and attempting to learn Latin without cases or declensions. He wishes delegates the best in their forthcoming deliberations, and looks forward to a weekend of fruitful debate.
Patrick Kim | Chair
Currently a senior student in Fraser Heights Secondary School, Patrick is ecstatic to serve as the Chair of the Coalition Crisis Committee in the fifteen iteration of CAHSMUN. Patrick joined MUN back in grade 8 to exterminate his fear of public speaking. As he attended various conferences, he gradually developed a strong passion in the world of MUN. Now being addicted to raising placards, Patrick wants to bring the excitement from his experience to fellow delegates attending 2020. Outside MUN activities, Patrick can be commonly found practicing the art of sleeping, seeking for new Netflix shows to watch, or trembling in fear for the incoming Calculus Test that may derail his future academic career. Patrick is eager to meet everyone this winter and hopes that delegates will be inspired by the captivating experience CAHSMUN has to offer.