The last part of every session is a General Assembly (GA). In GA, the committees come together to present and debate the resolutions they wrote. In the end, the resolutions are put to a vote.
General Assembly’s Opening Ceremony: a formal and institutional moment which marks the kicking-off of the General Assembly. During the ceremony, politicians, academic and social experts, and main sponsors will deliver speeches to the participants.
Closing ceremony: The last formal and institutional element of the event during which the International Session is officially closed. During the ceremony, representatives of the network will emotionally close the event, no external speakers will be present. For the closing ceremony we should organise the time for committee closure of at least 40 minutes.