What are Hybrid Committees?
Hybrid committees blend different mechanics from traditional committees and crisis committees. Unlike traditional committees, which typically dive deep into one topic, hybrids generally focus on many different issues in a given time period over the course of the conference. Ex. Creation of Singapore, 1965 and Parliament of Eswatini, 1966.
Each hybrid may use a different combination of crisis elements. However, potential crisis elements could include crisis notes and directives. Delegates use these elements to advance their personal agendas or committee goals. Hybrid committees vary greatly in size, from just over 20 delegates to around 50 delegates.