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Secondary School Interactive Crisis Simulation (SSICsim)

Founded in May 2011, the Secondary School Interactive Crisis Simulation (SSICsim) is an annual conference hosted by University of Toronto students for high school level delegates that offers an innovative and unprecedented conference experience.

SSICsim is unique as it solely operates Model United Nations (MUN) style “crisis committees” on a variety of themes including those of a historical, fictional and contemporary nature. Unlike traditional MUN committees, SSICsim delegates are not only required to debate issues from a static and distinct perspective, but rather they are challenged to “think outside of the box” by responding, adapting, and reacting to evolving scenarios that demonstrate real time crisis situations.

As the premier MUN “crisis conference” in Ontario, SSICsim hosts high school students and faculty from across the province. Among other things, SSICsim strives to provide high school students an opportunity to: think critically about pressing global issues and our ever changing society; stretch their imaginations to address issues through creative solutions; network with university students; and, develop leadership skills such as public speaking, cooperation, debating and professionalism. Likewise, university students who assist in the planning and execution of this event are provided an opportunity to gain their own leadership experience.

The Ninth Session of the SSICsim Conference will be held in November 2019.

Contact Information

Primary Contact
Thomas Kariunas
Secondary Contact
Behyad Rahmati
Group Email Address
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Website
Official Group Website
Mailing Address
7 Juneau Crescent

Group Profile

Organization Type
Recognized Student Group
Campus Association
St. George
Areas of Interest
Academic
Global Interests
Leadership
Renewal Date
September 30, 2020
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Group Leaders

Thomas Kariunas
Secretary General
Behyad Rahmati
DIrector for Internal Affairs