Resolutions are the end result of a Committee's effort to solve a given topic. Resolutions start off as working papers, which delegates will formulate together. In doing this, delegates will brainstorm a multitude of solutions for their topic, while purposefully encouraging language within the paper that will be representative of their country's own interest, as well as the interests of the committee as a whole. After being accepted by the Chair/Director, working papers are then called Draft Resolutions. After being accepted by the Chair once more following the delegates' application of feedback, Draft Resolutions are not able to be changed without creating amendments that are voted upon separately from the Draft Resolution. Draft Resolutions are not final until they are voted upon within the Committee. Following this vote, Draft Resolutions may become Resolutions.