International Criminal Court
In the International Criminal Court, teams of four present cases either in defense of or prosecuting an influential historical figure accused of violating international law. Delegates are organized in teams by delegation, and must work together to thoroughly investigate and build their case, eventually organizing all arguments into one cumulative brief. Such extensive research will gradually ease each participant down an enriched path to growth, developing their understanding of how the United Nations persecutes the leaders of our world. During the conference, delegates will act as both lawyers and jurors and hear every case, allowing delegates to learn how to respect, understand, and represent the opinions they have heard.
Genghis Khan, Evo Morales, Mao Zedong, Maximilian Hernandez Martinez