The Joined Nations (JN) is a yearlong classroom activity. It is a rough simulation of the United Nations. You, the students, take on the roles of diplomatic representatives from a country. Your job is to make friends, keep the world safe and at peace, and, of course, be the country with the most resource and technology points in the end.

So what is the purpose of the JN? Well, first it is fun! It is also a way to get you to learn about what is happening in the world around you. Most importantly though, it gives you a hands-on experience of how democracy, the UN, and government works in real life.

Recent JN News

  • 10/14 Third JN meeting of the 2017~2018 session Third meetingPresident: term 3Senator: term 2Today we started with the old problems, India had a flood problem, Refuge  fund  pay all for India. Nigeria's religion problem ...
    Posted Oct 17, 2017, 6:17 AM by Jefferson Wu
  • 9/23 Second JN meeting of the 2017~2018 session Second meetingPresident: Term 2Senator: Term 1Today we started with the presentations, Josh Lung the Ambassador of Japan, and Eugene Chiu the Ambassador of England both presented ...
    Posted Sep 23, 2017, 6:37 AM by Leo Lin
  • JN meeting 2017 9/9 Today we started at the president ,senate, and the history committees election, the president is Josh long the ambassador of  Japan. The senate is Eugene Chiu the ambassador of united ...
    Posted Sep 8, 2017, 8:25 PM by Jefferson Wu
  • JN meeting 2017/5/6 Pt:2Today we started off with the first, and last thing in this meeting-- awards. First of all, the Most Outstanding Nation. There were three nominees, Jacqueline, Ellen and ...
    Posted May 5, 2017, 8:35 PM by Ellen Lee
  • And this year's nominees are... Here are the nominees for the Most Outstanding Nation and Most Improved Nation Awards. The winners will be debated and voted on at next week's meeting. Be ready to ...
    Posted Apr 28, 2017, 2:55 AM by Jason Brunken
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