Your role is to defend your Party's principles and policies in formal as well as informal debates.

You may be radical or moderate, but you have to be consistent in your position.

Your goal is to be seen as a strong member of the House, actively shaping the discourse and gainig support. Simply, you hope to get re-elected next term.

Read more on our Rules & Resources site.


There are two Ranking Members on each Committee - a Democrat and a Republican.

They will be selected from among Committee Memebers based on the quality of their Position Papers.

Their role is to defend their Party's principles and policies expertly, but they are also expected to advance broader national interests - bipartisanism is not an empty phrase for them.

Chairs will give them multiple opportunities to preside over the Committees.

Their hard work will be rewarded by waiving their registration fee. Read more on our Rules & Resources site.


Your role is to observe carefully and interrogate thoroughly.

Your utmost desire is to write the best story, therefore you stay focused on one Committee.

You want to kick-start your career in journalism, thus you desperately wish to get noticed and win recognition and awards.

Naturally, you are going to watch the lobbyists, but you should also keep your eyes on Committee Members - and especially the consistency and character of their promises.

Select your 'dream' employer from the Media List. Read more on our Rules & Resources site.


If you are unsure what this role is about, maybe you were not born to be one of them.

To be able to adress the Committee publicly, they need to be recognized by Chairs or presiding Ranking Memebers.

Alternatively, Committee Members may yield them their very own speaking time.

They do not vote - at least not directly, but they surely have other ways to exert their influence.

Select your 'dream' employer from the Client List. Read more on our Rules & Resources site.


Committee Members, Journalists, Lobbyists: 65 EUR

Ranking Members: 0 EUR

Observers: 80 EUR

The Fee covers your registration, meals and refreshments (as indicated in our Schedule) as well as discounted Prague Public Transport Tickets valid for all Conference days (Fri - Mon). Please refer to our Venues & Accommodation site and Facebook for more information and updates.

We are glad to announce we managed to secure lower registration costs for this year's Czech participants:

200 CKZ (excluding meals and tickets) / 650 CZK (including meals) / 870 CZK (including meals and tickets)

Please register via the Official Registration Form below and state 'Czech Republic' in the field marked as "Country".


Official Registration & Payment Deadline: Sun 28 Oct 2018


PMC'18 Official Registration Form

PMC is open to a wide range of pariticipants - from high school students to university alumni.

You must be over 18 years old at the time of travel to the Conference in order to register individually. Otherwise, you must come in a Delegation under a Delegation Leader who is over 18 years old (the Delegation Leader has to register first).

In all cases, the same Registration Form (above) is used - you only have to select the appropriate registration option (Individual Participant - Delegation Leader - Delegation Participant - Observer) at the top of the Form. Delegation Leaders may register Delegation Participants one by one or allow them to register separately on their own. This also makes it very easy to add new Delegation Participants to already registered Delegations.

Your registration will be confirmed in 2 days, your Committee & Role allocation in 2 weeks.

We want to ensure participants are allocated positions according to their priorities in the largest possible extent. The sooner you apply, the more likely you are to get your first choice.

We advise you make binding travel or accommodation arrangements only after your registration is fully confirmed. Thank you.

If you need your registration confirmation urgently or have any questions, please email us.
Thank you.