The year 2020.
Crisis levels are rising rapidly. North Korea takes bolder strokes. Climate change is occurring faster than what was expected. The Middle East and Africa lack food and human rights. Too many refugees are flooding from the Middle East.
The United Nations has created a new program for the future of our world: to train teens how to counter the problems.
These delegates come at 2 from every country and together all decide how to act in each crisis.
Welcome to the UN program called the World's Future.
Issues on the Table:
-- North Korea's threats of nuclear war, as well as World War 3
-- Lack of food and water in the Middle East and Africa.
-- Human right issues in the Middle East and Africa.
-- Refugee problems.
-- Syrian Civil War is getting more violent.
-- Extrajudicial Killings about Drugs in the Philippines under the presidents' laws
Chairs and Directors- The highest rank in the room. They are 1 each for each issue, and are in charge of making sure each country gains their fair amount of speaking time.
Students- They are the ones who will be part of the UN when they are old enough. Their ages reach from ages 13 to 20.
General Director- The highest rank in the facility. They run the votings in the end and are in charge of putting the delegates into their training.
Country Ambassadors- These people come every other week to bring news about the country and different laws they have passed to the delegates.
Teachers- The highest ranks in the classrooms. They are often current UN members or former members. They teach the students how to structure speeches and relate to their country.
Place- Manmade island in the Pacific Ocean.
Time- June 21st, 2020
Weather- Warm, Sunny Skies with a touch of clouds.
Places to RP:
Dorms- The place were each delegate lives. Each student has their own dorm. The females live on the bottom floor and males on the top.
Classrooms- The place where students have mock debates and learn how to improve themselves.
Cafeteria- The place where delegates eat their 3 meals and can drop by for snacks.
Debate Room- Where the real decisions are made.
1) Roll Call for Delegates.
2) Speeches to state the county's position (3 minutes).
)In Between Speeches( Countries may request a 'caucus' which when the delegates suggest solutions to these issues. After each country has spoken the delegates are allowed to try to find other delegates who agree with them and sign a promise to help each other.
3) After every delegate has given a position speech, the debate is over.
Most Concerned Issue
Issue In Charge of*
Years in the World's Future
* ~ Chairs/Directors
The World's Future-
-- Saguru Hakuba Kuroba
-- Kaito Kuroba
-- Jihyun Kim
-- Ana Wilson
-- Therese Jefferson
-- Alexandra Hamilton
-- Penelope Hartworth
-- Tala Barriga
-- Roman Barriga
((others to be added))