It is my honor and great pleasure to invite you to the thirty–sixth annual session of the Security Council Simulation at Yale (SCSY). To say that this year’s SCSY will provide an incomparable delegate experience is an understatement. This year we will raise the bar in providing a conference that is not only of the highest quality and professionalism, but also dedicated to providing creative committees, novel topics, and fast-paced, innovative crises.
The result is a Model United Nations Conference unlike any other. SCSY’s small and crisis-based committees provide you with a unique environment to collaborate and devise creative solutions as you immerse yourselves in complex contemporary and historical issues. To top it off, after a long day averting disasters and working through conflicts, you will be able to relax and enjoy getting to know one another at SCSY’s acclaimed late night events, which will be better this year than ever before.
On behalf of the SCSY XXXVI Secretariat and staff, I hope you will join us on Yale’s gorgeous campus this fall from October 10th – 13th. We look forward to seeing you at the most incredible SCSY yet!
Secretary General SCSY XXXVI
Delegates will have the chance to shape the president’s agenda and re-election platform based on their roles’ specific tasks and interests.
The end goal of the committee should be the selection of a new Pope, but should also be redefining the role of the Catholic Church in today’s world.
Just over two years ago, this same Parliament led by Prime Minister Mohammed Mossadegh voted to the nationalize the Anglo-Iranian Oil Company to the cheers of “Down with the Shah” ringing across the street and the raging ire of the Brits in London.
On 31 December 1600, just off the back of defeating the powerful Spanish Armada, Queen Elizabeth I granted a Royal Charter to a group of London merchants seeking to trade with the East Indies.