Crisis committees are dynamic committees designed to challenge delegates to think creatively. These committees are structured differently from General Assemblies in terms of committee flow and parliamentary procedure. Some aspects that set these committees apart are the usage of crisis notes and crisis updates. Delegates use crisis notes as a way to influence committee and respond to crisis updates– every delegate has their own special set of powers, abilities, and/or responsibilities that they can utilize to shape the way in which committee flows. Crisis committees push delegates to think on their feet as they come up with solutions to the unique problems they’re presented.