Position papers will be physically turned in during the first committee session.
Please have two copies of your position paper ready for the conference (one for yourself and one for the chairs).
The main point of a position paper is to present your country's opinion to the other delegates in your committee. A position paper should strictly state the position of your country—it is not a place to offer compromises. In general, remember:
Be straightforward and informative.
Be clear and factual.
Be sure to take the point of your country.
Be sure that you refer to yourself as the country you represent, not "I."
As for the structure of your position paper, the following should be useful:
In a brief introduction, you should be able to greet the Chair and state the topics.
Include an overview of your country's own problem in historical context; include UN action that has directly impacted your country and/or its position.
Identify problems in terms of your country's current situation.
Be sure to describe what your country wants to take place in accordance with UN actions.
In your conclusion, summarize the topic and restate your country's major points.