• Jakarta Model United Nations 2017

    "Towards Sustainable Future: Eradicating Inequality and Securing Global Threats"

     

    Jakarta, July 26th - 30th 2017

  • About

    ISAFIS

    "Promoting Mutual Understanding Among Nations"

    Indonesia Student Association for International Studies (ISAFIS) is a nonprofit youth organization engaging in international studies. ISAFIS has been serving since 1984 and was awarded “Peace Messenger Award “back in 1987 by the United Nations.

     

    ISAFIS is one of the youth organizations in Indonesia which became part of the United Nations through its involvement as the United Nations Department of Public Information (UNDPI), the United Nations Alliance of Civilization (UNAOC), and the United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs (UNDESA).

     

    As a youth organization that has gained international recognition, ISAFIS also has maintained partnerships with various partners of international organizations such as the International Week Coordinating Organization (IWCO) and the International Student Conference (ISC).

     

    ISAFIS’ mission is to encourage mutual understanding between nations as well as participate in the development efforts of international studies in Indonesia by youth. Efforts to encourage understanding between nations are expected to help create world peace.

    Jakarta Model United Nations​

    "The Biggest Model United Nations in Indonesia"​

    Jakarta Model United Nations (JMUN) is the biggest International Model United Nations (MUN) in Indonesia which first-ever held in the capital city of Republic of Indonesia, Jakarta, by ISAFIS (Indonesian Students Association for International Studies) in 2011.

     

    JMUN offers an opportunity to experience the challenges of international negotiation and diplomacy. In JMUN, participants will act as a diplomat from the particular country then discuss international issues like the process that occurs at a UN conference.

     

    Throughout the conference, delegates will gain insight into the workings of the United Nations by actively participating in the resolution of important global issues.

     

    The first edition of the Jakarta MUN was held in 2011. Jakarta MUN 2011 successfully attracted more than 300 delegates ranging from local universities to foreign universities. Jakarta MUN 2011 has marked a new era for MUN in Indonesia. Since then, Jakarta MUN is held annually.

     

    Six former Jakarta MUN which were held in 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, and 2016 have successfully brought changes for youth in spreading the ideas and values of diplomacy as well as developing knowledge of the issues. This has made Jakarta MUN as an international phenomenon. Jakarta MUN itself has many programs besides the conferences, such as social events and supporting events.

     

    Jakarta MUN participants do not only come from big cities in Indonesia, but also from various countries like USA, UK, India, New Zealand, Australia, Malaysia, Singapore, Laos, Philippines, Thailand, Ghana and many more.

     

    Jakarta Model United Nations 2017

    "Towards Sustainable Future: Eradicating Inequality and Securing Global Threats"

    Jakarta Model United Nations 2017 aims for raising awareness of youths in facing the inequality on several factors such as humanity, politic, and economic that could leads to global threats.

     

    These challenges vary from poverty, discrimination, terrorism, nuclear, to global warming, cyber crrime, and aging population. Accordingly, the participants will realize that strengthening cooperation among nations and actors involved is fundamental in facing the challenges that have now become the common threat to civilization.

     

    The motivation of choosing “Towards Sustainable Future: Eradicating Inequality and Securing Global Threats” as the grand theme of JMUN 2017 is to encourage the participants to explore the characteristics and dynamics of international politics, also in accordance to the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals for 2030.

     

    Presumably, during the process, the participants will learn that cooperation is one of the key elements in facing the challenges that poses global threats and together engrave history.

     

    This year’s Jakarta Model United Nations (JMUN) will be held on 26-30 July 2017!

    Universitas Bakrie

    Universitas Bakrie (UB) adalah institusi pendidikan swasta yang dikelola oleh Yayasan Pendidikan Bakrie (YPB). YPB adalah sebuah yayasan yang memfokuskan diri untuk menumbuhkembangkan pendidikan, penelitian dan pelatihan yang lebih baik di Indonesia. Didirikan tahun 2009 melalui Surat Keputusan No. 102/D/0/2009, Universitas Bakrie mengemban misi untuk menyelenggarakan pendidikan tinggi yang berkualitas dan memiliki kompetensi yang diakui baik secara nasional maupun internasional.

     

    Universitas Bakrie menjalankan metode “Experiential Learning”, yaitu sebuah metode pembelajaran bagi mahasiswa untuk mendapatkan kesempatan merasakan pengalaman terjun langsung di dunia korporasi dan bisnis melalui “Real Cases & Real Practices in Real Business Environment”. Para mahasiswa mendapatkan pengajaran langsung dari para Chief Executive Officer (CEO) perusahaan Kelompok Usaha Bakrie (KUB) serta para pelaku industri handal.

  • Jakarta MUN 2017

    "Towards Sustainable Future: Eradicating Inequality and Securing Global Threats"

    Jakarta MUN 2017

    July 26th - 30th 2017

  • Registration

    Priority Registration Phase 1: 9 March - 8 April

    Priority Registration Phase 2: 9 April - 8 May

    Regular Registration Phase: 9 May - 25 June

     

    Single Delegate

    For those who want to participate in Jakarta MUN 2017 as an individual, you may register yourself as a single delegate.

     

    Delegation

    For you who would like participate in Jakarta MUN 2017 as a delegation, you may register yourself and your team as a delegation. A delegation consists of 5 to 12 delegates, representing a school/university/institution/organization. So one delegation should not be consist of delegates who come from various schools/universities/institutions/organizations.

    Small Delegation : Consist of 4-6 individual

    Big Delegation : Consist of 7-12 individual

    There isn’t any limitation to how many council one delegation can participate in. But each delegate of one delegation can only give maximum 2 council preferences.

    The registration should be done by the Head Delegate, and any kind of updates or information will be delivered to the Head Delegate of each delegation.

  • Registration Steps

    Single Delegate Applicants

    Step 1

    Click the "REGISTER NOW" button provided above or find Jakarta MUN 2017 on MyMUN.net (https://mymun.net/muns) under the “Discover” tab.

    Step 2

    Click the “Apply Now” button. If you do not have a MyMUN profile yet, please register!

    As soon as you click “Apply Now”, a Terms of Service window will pop up. Please read through every section on our ToS, and be sure to click on the “Accept” Button.

    Step 3

    You will be redirected to a page with different application options. Click on the “Delegate” button! There are further fee details for single delegates in our ToS, so do make sure that you have read that thoroughly.

    Step 4

    You will be asked to fill in our brief application form and motivational letter (50 characters minimum).

    You may choose 2-5 committee preferences.

    Please pay attention to the information details, and make sure that they are accurate before clicking the “Submit Application” button. If there are things that you would want to change later on, be sure to click “Save Application as Draft” before leaving the page.

    Step 5

    After you have submitted your application, you will receive an email notification. Please wait for a follow-up email that will notify you if you have been accepted. When you have been accepted, you may then progress to the payment page.

    Step 6

    Re-check your MyMUN profile and notice the cart icon on the upper right of your screen. This will have an orange exclamation mark that signifies your pending payments.

    Clicking on the shopping cart will redirect you to a page where you can then choose the fee that you have to pay (Delegate). Review your invoice, and click “Pay by Wire Transfer” (Bank Transfer)

    Step 7

    A Wire Tranfer Info notification will pop up where you can view the bank account number, and international bank code to which you must transfer the amount of money to.

     

    You can always go back to this page through the shopping cart icon on the top of your page.

    Step 8

    When you have made the payment, upload a picture of your proof of transfer, and you will be finished with the registration process!

  • Registration Steps

    Head Delegate and Member of Delegation Applicants

    Step 1

    Click the "REGISTER NOW" button provided above or find Jakarta MUN 2017 on MyMUN.net (https://mymun.net/muns) under the “Discover” tab.

    Step 2

    Click the “Apply Now” button. If you do not have a MyMUN profile yet, please register!

    As soon as you click “Apply Now”, a Terms of Service window will pop up. Please read through every section on our ToS, and be sure to click on the “Accept” Button.

    Step 3

    You will be redirected to a page with different application options. Click on the “Head Delegate” button! There are further fee details for head delegate in our ToS, so do make sure that you have read that thoroughly.

    Step 4

    As a head delegate representing a society (this could mean a school, institution, etc.), you can create your society beforehand by filling in the blank spaces underneath the subheading of “Your New Society.”

    Do not forget to check your role in the center box as “Head delegate” and fill in the estimated number of people on your delegation.

    As you scroll down, fill in the last of the Society questions. A website is mandatory. After you have filled in all the details to your new society do not forget to click on the “Create” button before finishing this page with the “Create Delegation” button at the bottom.

    Step 5

    You will be redirected to your delegation’s profile page. This is where you can invite members of your delegation to apply for JMUN by inserting their email. They will automatically be invited by email to register & they can finish their application forms independently. You can view the status of your own application under the heading of Delegation Members and click on the “View My Application” info to finish your personal application form.

    Step 6

    To apply, you have to include a brief motivational letter (50 characters minimum), then scroll down to continue.

    Underneath the space for your motivational letter, you will find a section filled with your own personal details. Please make sure that everything on this page is correct before finishing your application.

    Fill in your committee preferences, and then if you have finished your application click on the blue “Submit Application.” If you have not, you may say your application as a draft and come back to it any time before registrations close.

    Step 7

    After you have submitted your application, you will receive a notification email in your inbox.

    If you check back on your MyMUN profile, you’ll be able to see that you have the chance to add more committee preferences, and that the next step in your application is to “Pay Applicable Fees”

    Clicking on the hyperlink will redirect you to this page where you can see the progress of your application. On the left hand of the page is a column with different options. Click on the tab that says “Payment.”

    Step 8

    Payments can only be made after you have been accepted! You will receive a notification email as well as a change to your JMUN Application progress. Click on the blue “Order Head Delegate Fee” button, and proceed by clicking “Pay”

    Review your invoice and then click the “Pay by Wire Transfer” button.

    Step 9

    A Wire Tranfer Info notification will pop up where you can view the bank account number, and international bank code to which you must transfer the amount of money to.

    You can always go back to this page through the shopping cart icon on the top of your page.

    Step 10

    When you have made the payment, upload a picture of your proof of transfer, and you will be finished with the registration process!

  • Councils

    General Assembly

    Economic and Financial Affairs Council (ECOFIN)

    TOPIC:

    Reducing Economic Inequality and Financing Sustainable Economy

    Founded as a standing committee of the General Assembly by the UN Charter of 26 June 1945, Economic and Financial Committee (ECOFIN) is purposed to “promote international co-operation in the economic field”. Known also as the Second Committee, it works under the United Nations for issues relating to economic growth and sustainable development such as international trade, international financial system, external debt sustainability, human settlements, financing for development, eradication of poverty, agriculture development, and technologies for development, Least Developed Countries (LDCs), as well as Landlocked Developing Countries (LLDCs).

     

    Though resolutions adopted by the committee are not enforceable, they carry the weight of the international community’s will. The GA also has the power to convene an emergency special session and act to ensure peace security. In ECOFIN, each of the 193 member states of the UN General Assembly has one vote, giving an equal voice to each sovereign entity, large or small, developed or developing. Despite the lack of monetary leverage, given the weight behind each resolution, decisions made in this forum dictate the policies of other more active organizations such as the International Monetary Fund, World Bank, and World Trade Organization.

    General Assembly

    Legal Committee

    TOPICS:

    A. Redefining the Legality of Measures in the Age of Stateless Aggressors

    B. The Rule of Law and Amnesty in Non-International Armed Conflicts

    Legal Committee or known as the VI General Assembly works under the United Nations to give recommendation towards legal procedure that will take into consideration by legally binding instrument of United Nations, such as, United Nations Security Council, International Court of Justice, or the International Criminal Court who has close relationship to the Security Council and United Nations itself.

     

    The 13th article of the UN Charter affirms that the “General Assembly shall initiate studies and make recommendations for the purpose of: […] encouraging the progressive development of international law and its codification”. This specific provision has been interpreted in the authorization to elaborate new treaties on the broadest range of issues, substantially adopt them, and to recommend them to States for signature, ratification, and accession. Normally, international law-making consultations take place in a variety of specialized bodies of the UN, depending on the subject-matter, however the negotiations related to general international law are mostly held in the Legal Committee.

     

    The outcome of the Legal Committee, even though is just a recommendation and not a legally binding resolution, will then be submitted to the GA Plenary for its final adoption. It also plays a significant role of standard setting and the codification of international law, thus, if any member state feels the outcome fits, they may bring the recommendation and codified them as their national law.

    World Humanitarian Summit

     

    TOPIC:

    Reforming Humanitarian Aid in Times of Crises, Disaster, and Climate Change

    One Humanity, Shared Responsibility

    The Former United Nations Secretary General, Ban Ki-moon, convened the first ever World Humanitarian Summit to establish commitments around the world, to reduce people’s sufferings and to bring sanctuaries for people to commemorate the 70-years history of United Nations. The first Summit took place in Istanbul on 23-24 May 2016 and gathered 9,000 participants from around the world to support a new Agenda for Humanity and take actions to alleviate miseries. The Summit generated more than 3000 commitments to action and launched more than a dozen new partnerships and initiatives to turn the Agenda for Humanity into meaningful change for the world's most vulnerable people. These results are presented on the Platform for Action, Commitments and Transformation (PACT).

     

    There are five core responsibilities under the Agenda, which are:

    1. Global Leadership to Prevent and End Conflicts,
    2. Upholds the Norm that Safeguard Humanity,
    3. Leave No One Behind
    4. Change People’s Lives—from Delivering Aid to Ending Need, and;
    5. Invest in Humanity

    Jakarta Model UN 2017 will iterate the second Summit of World Humanitarian Summit where, in cooperation with UNOCHA, will generate ideas on a narrower scope of discussion to produce practical solutions and address the criticism on the Summit.

    UN Commission on the Status of Women

    (UNCSW)

    TOPICS:

    A. Achieving Equality: Empowering Women in STEM/STEAM

    B. The Invisibility of Female Peacekeepers in Crises

    United Nations Commission on the Status of Women (CSW) is the fundamental global policy-making body exclusively dedicated to the promotion of gender equality and the empowerment of women under the Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) resolution 11(II)/1946. As a functional commission it works through identifying challenges, setting global standards and formulating concrete policies in political, economic, civil, social, and educational fields for women. Furthermore, it also leads the role in monitoring the Beijing Declaration and Platform for Action and contributing to the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.

     

    The Commission has forty-five members, divided between the UN regional groups. Members are elected for a period of four years. In addition to that, many non-governmental organizations may as well participate within the Commission. The outcomes and recommendations of each session are forwarded to ECOSOC for follow-up. UN Women supports all aspects of the Commission’s work.

    United Nations Security Council

    (UNSC)

    TOPIC:

    Combating Radical Terrorism in Africa

    The United Nations Security Council (UNSC) was created as one of the most paramount organs of the United Nations (UN) from the UN Charter in 1945. With 5 permanent members and 10 rotating members, its establishment and nature is enshrined in Chapter V of the United Nations Charter, while Chapters VI, VII, VII and XII all contain provisions pertaining the powers of the Security Council

     

    The Council has a primary responsibility for maintaining international peace and security, which means that it convenes whenever peace is threatened. All members of the UN have to agree and carry out the decision of the UNSC and that only the UNSC has the legal power to enforce decisions made to all member states. The Council is also empowered to enforce economic sanctions, arms embargoes, financial restrictions, severance of diplomatic relations or even collective military action.

    As of now, UNSC Permanent Members (P5) are; French Republic, People’s Republic of China, Russian Federation, United Kingdom, and United States of America. Whereas its Non-Permanent Members are; Angola, Egypt, Japan, Malaysia, New Zealand, Senegal, Spain, Ukraine, Uruguay, and Venezuela.

    International Court of Justice

    (ICJ)

    TOPIC:

    Ukraine vs Russia (Application of the International Convention for Supporting of Financing Terrorism and the International Convention on the Elimination of All Form of Racial Discrimination)

    Began with the Hague Conference in 1897 and 1907, the International Court of Justice (ICJ) was established as a principal organ of the United Nations by Article 7 of the United Nations (UN) Charter and constituted as the principal judicial organ of the organization in Article. 92 of the Charter.

     

    The main function of the Court is to achieve peaceful resolution of disputes submitted by sovereign member states in accordance with international law. The Court also provides advisory opinions on questions of law submitted by any organ of the United Nations duly authorized by the United Nations General Assembly.

     

    The International Court of Justice consists of 15 judges each with 9 years renewable terms in office. Five of these judges come from the Western part of the world, three from Africa, three from Asia, two from Latin America, and two from Eastern Europe

    Press Corps

    The Media has the tasks to keeping every citizen and policy maker informed on what is happening around them and around the world. As the essence of information transfer, it is the job of the reporters to write articles to inform people on what is actually going on, be it conflicts, financial meltdown, abuse on women, or the newest humanitarian policies in a country.

     

    At Jakarta Model UN 2017, Press Corps takes on those tasks and publishes our results in the JMUN Chronicle. As reporters, it will be your job to find the stories and share them with fellow delegates-who may not be aware of what is going on in other committees through various vessels and writings.

    United Nations Panel of Expert

    The United Nations needs its experts to guide countries with comprehensive insights and detailed explanation of certain issues and cases which vary depending on the topics. In Jakarta Model UN 2017, The Panel of Experts, initially consisting of seven experts, acts under the direction of the Crisis and its development. Further, it assists the Committee in carrying out its mandate and modified in subsequent resolutions, gather, examine and analyze information from States, relevant United Nations bodies, and other interested parties regarding the implementation of the measures, make recommendations on actions the Council, or other States to improve implementation of the relevant measures, and provide to the Secretariat an interim report and a final report with its findings and recommendations.

  • Our Venue

    Universitas Bakrie

  • Schedule

    Jakarta MUN 2017

    Day 1 (July 26)

    • 08.00 - 10.00: Registration
    • 10.00 - 11.15: Opening Ceremony at Balai Kota DKI Jakarta
    • 11.15 - 12.00: Lunch Break
    • 12.00 - 13.20: Interactive Discussion
    • 13.20 - 15.00: Briefing and Mobilization
    • 15.00 - 17.00: Discover Jakarta at National    Monument

    Day 2 (July 27)

    • 08.00 - 09.00: Registration
    • 09.00 - 11.30: Conference Session 1
    • 11.30 - 12.30: Lunch Break
    • 12.30 - 15.00: Conference Session 2

    Day 3 (July 28)

    • 08.00 - 09.00: Registration
    • 09.00 - 11.30: Conference Session 3
    • 11.30 - 12.30: Lunch Break
    • 12.30 - 15.00: Conference Session 4
    • 18.00 - 20.00: Cultural Night at Dharmawanita Kuningan

    Day 4 (July 29)

    • 08.00 - 09.00: Registration
    • 09.00 - 11.30: Conference Session 5
    • 11.30 - 12.30: Lunch Break
    • 12.30 - 15.00: Conference Session 6
    • 18.00 - 20.00: Gala Dinner and Panel Discussion at The Grove Suites Kuningan

    Day 5 (July 30)

    • 08.00 - 09.00: Registration
    • 09.00 - 11.30: Conference Session 7
    • 11.30 - 12.30: Lunch Break
    • 12.30 - 15.00: Hearing with Experts
    • 18.00 - 20.00: Closing Ceremony
    • 20.00 - 23.00: After Party at Queen's Head Kemang
  • Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

    When and where will Jakarta MUN be held?

    Jakarta Model United Nations 2017 will be held on Wednesday July 26th - Sunday July 30th 2017. The venue of the conference will be announced soon!

    Who are eligible to join Jakarta MUN?

    Jakarta Model United Nations welcomes all high school and university students to take parts in the event.

    When and how can I register?

    There are three phases of registration for Jakarta MUN 2017

    1. Priority Registration Phase 1: 9 March - 8 April

    2. Priority Registration Phase 2: 9 April - 8 May

    3. Regular Registration Phase: 9 May - 25 June

    Please bear in mind that we will prioritize the country and council allocations for delegates registering before Priority Registration Phase ends - so the faster the better!

     

    All process of registration would take place in MyMUN.net, therefore, in order to register delegates are obligated to create a MyMUN account through the link provided in the Registration section of this website.

     

    Is accommodation provided by the committee?

    Unfortunately, we will not provide any accommodation for the delegates.

    However, our committee are willing to help you to find the accommodation that suits your interest!

    I have never participated in any Model United Nation conferences. Can I still attend the conference?

    Don't worry, councils at Jakarta MUN 2017 are suitable for both beginners and experienced delegates.

    How do I prepare for the conference?

    Prior to the conference, after you receive a country and council allocation, study guide for the topics debated in the specific committee and Rules of Procedure of the conference will be made available for you. Therefore, you will have plenty of time to learn about how Model United Nations works and to do research to familiarize yourself with the topic.

    Can Jakarta MUN provide me an invitation letter to be given to my school/university?

    Jakarta MUN secretariat would be happy to provide an invitation letter to delegate/delegations that have registered, been approved and paid their fees.

     

    To request one, please email delreljmun@gmail.com with subject: Request for Invitation Letter

    Can Jakarta MUN provide me an invitation letter to support my visa application?

    Jakarta MUN secretariat are willing to assist delegates/delegations in obtaining Indonesian visa in order to attend the conference. Please note that this can only be done if a delegation has registered, been approved and made full payment of the conference.

    Are teachers and faculty advisors are allowed to come?

    Faculty advisors and teachers are very welcome in Jakarta MUN. They are not allowed to actively participate in the discussion of the council, but are allowed to observe all eight councils. They are also very welcome to give advices or share ideas with delegate.

     

    If you are a faculty advisor or teacher interested in joining the delegation from your school/university/country please send an email to delreljmun@gmail.com with subject: Reqest for Delegation Registration from ... (state your institution)

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