JEMUN Journalism is an innovative multicultural, multi-format digital journalism simulation for both university and high school students.
Multicultural journalist pairs, each comprised of one Japanese student and one international student, are assigned to cover the JEMUN meeting rooms. Each pair collaborates, explores, engages and finally creates digital media broadcasts in one of the eight JEMUN digital journalism roles. All of the communication between each multicultural journalist pair is in English and the publications they produce are also in English.
8 JEMUN Journalism Roles 1. Video Journalist 2. Newspaper Journalist 3. Podcast Journalist 4. Editorial Cartoonist 5. Photo Journalist 6. Conference Videographer 7. Magazine Journalist 8. Social Media Journalist
The news produced by JEMUN Journalists will be shared on an interactive news feed on the front page of the JEMUN website and a collection of the news will be made into a digital interactive magazine. Check out the JEMUN 2017 Magazine by clicking the button below.
If you want to know more about JEMUN Journalism watch Nick Musty's presentation from the 2017 JEMUN Workshop.
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Experience the JEMUN Difference
JEMUN goes beyond most traditional MUN conferences by providing participants with a variety of unique learning opportunities. Students can be a Country Delegate, Video Journalist, Newspaper Journalist, Podcast Journalist, Cartoon Journalist, Videographer, Social Media Journalist, Country Delegate using LEGO, Chair, Assistant Chair, or Magazine Editor. To avoid disappointment, apply early for JEMUN 2018. If you have any questions about the conference, don't hesitate to get in contact. See you at JEMUN 2018!