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A Policy Statement* A country/NGO’s policy is its view/opinion on a certain issue in a specific forum. * It is written on the issue that seems the most relevant to the delegation in that forum.* It also expresses what the delegation has already done and what they feel should be done regarding that issue, in a brief speech (usually not longer than a minute).* They’re the best starting point to write a good resolution.* What if a delegate can’t find the delegation’s policy on a certain issue?

An example: Policy Statement
  • By Japan, in the GA1 (Disarmament), on the issue of “North Korean Nuclear Disarmament”
  • “Honourable Chair, Esteemed Fellow Delegates,
  • The Delegation of Japan feels that The Democratic People’s Republic of Korea has not
  • complied with the Nuclear Non Proliferation Treaty and has continued their production of
  • illicit Nuclear Power. By North Korea generating Nuclear Power without any observation by
  • the IAEA,OPCW or the United Nations, North Korea poses themselves as a threat to the
  • international community as they would abuse all rules on obtaining such power therefore
  • causing a violation of the UN Charter on Peace and Security of Member States.
  • Japan wishes that a solution would be raised allowing satisfaction to both North Korea and
  • the member states allowing a stable cooperation in North Korea’s Nuclear Advancement.
  • Japan further wishes that if North Korea does not comply to the terms of the house,
  • sanctions and such measures should be imposed, as Japan and South Korea are most at
  • threat from North Korea’s Nuclear Power.
  • The Delegation of Japan hopes for constructive debate and fruitful ideas to be given in
  • debate on the matter.
  • Thank You.
  • The Delegation of Japan Yields the floor to the Chair
  • (From the New Delegate’s Booklet, THIMUN Foundation)Down to Business (2): Resolutio