Hello HP MUNC Members,
- CJMUNC 2018 is just 1 week away and spots are running out fast, make sure to get all your friends to sign up ASAP regardless of their MUN experience. To register for CJMUNC 2018 please follow this link and fill out the form.
- Check our website calendar for information on any upcoming events.
- The conference will take place on Saturday, May 19th, 2018 at Highland Park High School.
- Topic Briefs have been posted for each committee at CJMUNC 2018. Topic briefs can be found here.
- Position papers for CJMUNC 2018 are not mandatory, however, you will not be able to qualify for an award if you do not submit a minimum one-page length position paper to this Google Drive Folder by 11:59 PM by May 18th. When uploading their paper to the Drive Folder delegates should title their papers with their name and the role they are playing (Example: John Smith(Frank Pallone)).
- Committee Selection is now open for CJMUNC 2018. To select your committee and your role please follow this link to the committee selection sheet. A list of committees and topics can be found here.
- If you are attending CJMUNC we expect you to bring a dish, and there will be a 5$ discount for anyone who brings a dish. Please fill out this lunch form to bring a dish.
- Contact us at email@example.com or visit our website for more information or assistance with registration.
- There will be a debate about government quotas, that will take place directly after school at 3:00 P.M on Thursday, May 17th. The debate will take place in Mr. Gold’s room.
- A list of all future debates can be found on the website.
- Want to debate a particular subject? Suggest a debate topic on our website (HPMUNC.com), or talk to a HP MUNC officer!
- This week’s articles are, “In About-Face on Trade, Trump Vows to Protect ZTE Jobs in China”, by Paul Mozu and Raymond Zhong, and “Trump pledges to help Chinese phone maker ZTE ‘get back into business’” by Tony Romm, Damian Paletta and Steven Mufson. These articles describe President Trump’s turn around regarding trade with China. The articles also cite statements by President Trump that say too many jobs in China have been lost. What are your thoughts on the articles? Do you think Trump should be instructing his Commerce Department to “get it done” and fix the loss of jobs from the Chinese company ZTE? Is Trump right to reach out to ZTE? What do you think the US’s policy with China and ZTE? Come discuss on our forums with other HP MUNC members.
- If you would like to discuss a certain subject, submit an article here.
Your HP MUNC Officers