LISTEN; SPEAK; RESOLVE
Listening is an important skill that allows us to receive, understand and evaluate information through our communications. On other hand, speaking allows us to form connections, influence decisions, and motivate change. Hence, when connections are made, ideas and solutions are generated.
As delegate in a committee, we seek to interact with each other. This interaction is made effective through two key elements of listening and speaking that each one constitute half of this process. In MUN conferences, delegates practice these skills properly and that leads them to improve their ideas and come up with a good resolution that is the basic requirement of the MUNs. The theme Listen, Speak, Resolve is chosen because it covers MUN process in a smaller scale.