Michiru Takiguchi is a talented Shizuoka University of Art and Culture student who is putting her artistic skills to use in order to help future JEMUN participants prepare for conferences. The first of many JEMUN prep lessons has been uploaded to the preparation section of the JEMUN website. Check out lesson #1 and get a head start on your preparation for JEMUN 2017. Great job, Michiru!
Go to JEMUN Prep Lesson #1
There is no doubt that social media is playing a big part in shaping our news, so why not practice at JEMUN! JEMUN Social Media Journalists will use a number of commonly used social media platforms to inform the online audience about what is happening at the JEMUN conference.
Being a JEMUN Editorial Cartoonist is a unique opportunity for aspiring artists to practice their cartooning skills, communicate in English, and learn from other participants. Give it a shot and apply to be one of four JEMUN editorial cartoonists at the 2017 conference.
At JEMUN 2017, twelve delegates representing countries from around the world will utilise LEGO bricks as a communication tool to collaboratively develop a set of guiding principles to deal with the negative impact of tourism development on 12 different Natural World Heritage Sites. Through this innovative hands-on approach to problem solving, the delegates will gain a deeper understanding of the impact tourism has on Natural World Heritage Sites, the roles of stakeholders, and the importance of protecting these sites.
The 2017 Japan English Model United Nations (JEMUN) conference will be held from June 23rd to 25th at Kindai University in Osaka, Japan! Join over 200 passionate university students from around the world for an unforgettable MUN and Journalism experience. Online applications are open for both delegates and journalists. For more information about the JEMUN 2017 conference, check out the JEMUN website. http://jemun.net