New York Times
14 March 2019
Security Council is an important division of the United Nations that contains five permanent members — the United States, Britain, China, France, and Russia (The Big 5) — and ten rotating members. It is often called into session to respond quickly to international crises.
As an exciting way to start the panel, the Chairs (Joy Ohikhuare and Panashe Mangezi) decided to introduce the delegates to the Security Council session, with a game that involves debate on why a sinking boat should be saved. Once the delegates were paying full attention to the chair, they let the delegates freely discuss with their allied countries about their resolutions.