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This section is to reflect on past JUEMUN conferences, and to present our great student-led events!

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Year: 2010, 1st Annual JUEMUN Conference
Site: Aichi Industry and Labor Center, Nagoya (in conjunction with the JALT International Conference)
Theme: Children’s Rights
Committees: 1) Sexual Exploitation of Children, 2) Child trafficking and Child Labor, 3) Child Soldiers, 4) Child Marriages, 5) Violence against Children
Participants: 51 (44 Japanese, 7 International)
Participating Universities: 5

Year: 2011, 2nd Annual JUEMUN Conference
Site: Kobe City University of Foreign Studies
Theme: Water Issues
Committees: 1) Corruption and Mismanagement, 2) Extreme Events, 3) Capacity and Financing, 4) Pollution, 5) Climate Change
Participants: 43 (38 Japanese, 5 International)
Participating Universities: 4

Year: 2012, 3rd Annual JUEMUN Conference
Site: Kinki University, Osaka
Theme: Population
Committees: 1) Poverty and Inequality, 2) Women and Girls’ Empowerment, 3) Reproductive Health and Rights, 4) Young People, 5) Ageing Population, 6) Environment, 7) Urbanization
Participants: 63 (44 Japanese, 19 International)
Participating Universities: 10

Year: 2013, 4th Annual JUEMUN Conference
Site: Kyoto University of Foreign Studies
Theme: Disasters
Committees: 1) Displacement, 2) Food Security, 3) Children, 4) Emergency Preparedness, 5) Protection, 6) Gender Equality
Participants: 118 (83 Japanese, 35 International)
Participating Universities: 23

Year: 2014, 5th Annual JUEMUN Conference
Site: Kobe City University of Foreign Studies
Theme: UN Secretary General’s Global Initiative in Education
Committees: 1) Put every child in school, 2) Improve the quality of learning, 3) Foster Global Citizenship
Participants: 177 (116 Japanese, 61 International – 23 Nationalities)
Participating Universities: 49

Year: 2015, 6th Annual JUEMUN Conference
Site: Kinki University, Osaka
Theme: Fostering a Culture of Peace
Committees: 1) Women’s Equality and Empowerment, 2) Protecting Indigenous Groups and their Cultures, 3) Responding to Human Trafficking for Sexual Exploitation, 4) Protecting Children in Armed Conflict
Participants: 276 (199 Japanese, 77 International – 30 Nationalities)
Participating Universities: 47

Year: 2016, 7th Annual JUEMUN Conference
Site: Kyoto University of Foreign Studies
Theme: A Quality of Life for All
Committees: 1) Protection and Care of Children (SC Current/Reformed), 2) SDG 3, 3) SDG 4, 4) SDG 11
Participants: 316 (224 Japanese, 92 International)
Participating Universities: 45

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