Joint-Crisis Committees

This year, NCSC has gone back to its roots in the Joint-Crisis Committees organ, providing committees embedded in tension and conflict. Hours of research and development have created committees like the Purple Gang versus the Detroit Partnership, putting delegates in two rival gangs fighting for control of the streets of Detroit, and the Thousand Days War, featuring the internal Civil War that tore Columbia apart at the turn of the 1900s. Each position, each crisis arc, each action has been developed in order to foster rivalry and comradery. The staff is ready to provide our Joint-Crisis Committee delegates with a weekend they won’t forget.

For any questions, concerns, or suggestions, feel free to contact the Undersecretary General of Joint-Crisis Committees, Suraag Srinivas, at s.srinivas@modelun.org. Can’t wait to see you in October!


The Battle for Detroit, 1930

A war for control of Detroit's underworld between a predominantly Jewish gang and a collection of Sicilian mobsters

Thousand Days War, 1899

The Colombian Civil War which tore the country apart over proxy wars, social inequality and rapid inflation

The Saharan Struggle, 2007

The series of conflicts between Sudan and Chad regarding resources, land, ethnic conflicts and more