What is an Unmoderated Caucus?
"Unmods" are informal discussions without individual speaking time limits where you can meet with other delegates who may have ideas that align with yours and discuss possible solutions to the issues. As the conference progresses, you can use this time to write working papers and draft resolutions.
Ex. Say you've just finished a series of mod caucuses that have sparked some ideas. You're hoping to now chat with other delegates to get the ball rolling on writing a working paper with potential solutions. You can propose an unmoderated caucus and get time to walk around the room, meet other delegates, form blocs with delegates who have a similar stance as you, and jot down thoughts together.