Organizational Structure

Organizational Structure

The Model UNSF is divided in four main parts: 



The PSCORE team was responsible to interview and recruit the members of the organizing committee. Their main goal is to help, guide and supervise the committee members when it is needed. The PSCORE team will assist during the Model UNSF Conference.

Organizing Committee

The Organizing Committee includes 4 Admin Members, 4 Tech Managers, and 4 Promotion Managers. Find below what tasks are assigned to each team.

Admin Team

The members of the admin team are responsible for creating the necessary documents for Model UNSF participants such as the Handbooks, Rules of Procedure, Consent Forms. They also decide upon a specific timeline for Model UNSF, and recruit and assign the resident coordinators and delegates. By the end of the confere the admin team is going to survey the participants and create the Model UNSF 2022 Report. All admin team members have to read and present on the United Nations Strategic Framework (UNSF) and the Voluntary National Review (VNR).

Tech Team

The tech team is in charge of creating the necessary documents such as the tech manual. This team will be focusing on managing the conference virtually, to ensure a smooth-running conference free of difficulties, where the future delegates can engage in impassioned debate and express their views on issues surrounding North Korea. All tech team members have to read and present on the United Nations Strategic Framework (UNSF) and the Voluntary National Review (VNR).

Promotion Team

The promotion team members are mainly responsible for creating content and designing materials for the official Model UNSF website, social media platforms, and other community websites. Apart from promoting, the promotion team raises awareness of the objectives of PSCORE and Model UNSF, and contributes to the making of promotional videos.


A delegate in the Model UNSF Conference is a participant who represents a UN body other than an assigned country, and deliberates on issues from the UN body’s perspective, and not from the delegate's perspective or point of view. In other words, during the conference a delegate will act as an accredited diplomat of the agency they are representing and will debate upon the strategic focus of the council they will be placed in, while always respecting the Rules of Procedure. All delegates are required to read through the research guide to procedure, submit a pre-conference assignment, and attend orientations in January.

Resident Coordinators

The resident coordinator focuses on keeping the debate flowing by facilitating it and ensuring that delegates obey the Rules of Procedure. Resident Coordinators also explain and clarify rules so that even the most novice delegates feel at ease. All resident coordinators have to have a clear understanding of the strategic focuses.