What is the General speaker’s list?

After the initial roll-call has been taken, the committee goes into the General speaker’s list (GSL).

The General Speakers’ List (GSL) is a crucial part of any MUN conference, as it helps to ensure that everyone has an equal chance to partake in the debates and discussions in the conference. The GSL consists of delegates who take turns speaking on topics, ensuring that everyone’s voice is heard. As the General Speakers’ List is a key element of MUN, it is important to understand how it works and how it is used. In this blog post, we’ll explore what the General Speakers’ List is and how it is used in MUN conferences. We’ll also discuss the importance of the GSL and how it helps to ensure that everyone’s voice is heard and respected.

MUN GSL speech examples

This is an example of a GSL – this may not be the best speech but could give you an idea of what a GSL speech may feel like

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