All negotiations under the United Nations system, regardless of scope or space, share a few characteristics. They are, for the most part, participatory spaces in which any country can get involved and therefore offer an opportunity for any delegation to voice the position of the government they represent. They are also spaces in which the main stakeholders are governments, since the expected result is that commitments are assumed and translated into policies and actions at the national levels. Lastly, they are spaces in which the participation of governments depends heavily on the limited number of representatives that are part of their delegation and who, to a large extent, are directly responsible for the performance and presence of their country in each conference.