JAVAMUN 2016 | Tangerang 2016-05-16 | 2016-05-16 | mymun


Tangerang, Indonesia

May 16 - May 19, 2016


200 delegates expected

University Students and High School Students


Java Model United Nations conference is an annual agenda to be held by International Studies Club (ISC) which is a non-profit and non-interest student organization based at UIN Syarif Hidayatullah Jakarta, Indonesia. The Java MUN conference will be a great field for youth to exchange their brilliant ideas and discuss about current global issues. The board of committee of Java MUN 2016 expects that this conference could conduct great and active debates and discussions between delegates and eventually the delegates are able to create tangible ideas and solutions for a better world. Java Model United Nations (JavaMUN) 2016 is the third MUN which organized by ISC, one of UIN Syarif Hidayatullah Jakarta’s clubs. Since 2014, we brought around a hundred students across regions to talk about several imperative issues in the world nowadays. Therefore, this years we bring “Attaining Peace Through Multi-Track Diplomacy” as our theme. Some people say that to achieve world peace seems impossible because of the sheer number of people who haven't tamed their ambition to raise themselves up at the expense of others and who haven't learned to start from today onward, letting past wrongs committed by both sides remain in the past. Terrorist attack, genocide, ethnic cleansing, violation against women prove it. State as a major actor in international relations has been questioned of its role on securing and enhancing the world peace. Hence another method namely “multi-track diplomacy” is urgently needed in order to realize of global peace which will not merely depend only on state actor. Thereby, as we know its emergence is crucial, we would like to have a further discussion through this year’s JavaMUN 2016.


Organization of Islamic Cooperation
United Nations of Human Rights Council
Organization of Islamic Cooperation
United Nations of Human Rights Council

Promoting Islam Nusantara as a Concept of Religious Tolerance

Enforcing Peaceful Settlement on Yemeni Crisis


Protecting Human Rights of Former “Comfort Women”

Humanitarian Crisis in South Sudan