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NIS Individuals & Societies Student Podcast

NIS Individuals & Societies Student Podcast

By Individuals & Societies
The human story as told by Nagoya International School's Individuals and Societies students.

Cover art by Class of 2021 students Yuri and Mathilde. Background music, "Good Times" written by Patrick Patrikios, is copyright free from the YouTube Audio Library.
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Episode 2: Black Friday, Consumption and Economic Concepts

NIS Individuals & Societies Student Podcast

Episode 6: NIS Students at the Kyoto Youth Forum & 14th UN Congress on Criminal Justice and Crime Prevention
In 2021, the United Nations held the 14th UN Congress on Criminal Justice and Crime Prevention, which is preceded by a Youth Forum on the same topic. Two Grade 11 NIS students, Steven and Mina, were in attendance, as well as selected to be a Committee Rapporteur and Conference Chair. The conference is held every five years in a different country and was last held in Japan in 1970. This episode tells a fascinating story of our students giving voice to the youth of the planet with regards to crime and criminal justice, and is packed with personal anecdotes. 
April 19, 2021
Episode 5: Model United Nations Students in Singapore
Class of 2022 students Haruka, Yago, and Steven discuss their experience as student delegates at The Hague International Model United Nations (THIMUN) held annually in Singapore. At MUN conferences, students represent a country and debate with other delegates over real-world problems tackled by the United Nations and its respective agencies. 
June 22, 2020
Episode 4: Causes and Consequences of Internal Conflicts
Class of 2022 student Pedro describes why conflict begins, the consequences, and how we can help people affected by violent conflict. He uses the DRC experience as a model. (*2018-2019 recording)
February 5, 2020
Episode 3: Being the Historian with the Extended Essay
Class of 2020 students Teresa, Olivia, and Alex describe what it is like to be a historian through their experience with the Extended Essay in History. 
January 19, 2020
Episode 2: Black Friday, Consumption and Economic Concepts
Class of 2021 students Coco, Emalee, and Ulysses discuss their understanding of Black Friday, consumption and related economic concepts. 
January 13, 2020
Episode 1: Learning by Hiking in Nepal
Class of 2023 student Felipe tells us how he used his hiking trip to Nepal as a photography and culture assignment. Find out what made him curious before and after his experience in Nepal!
January 4, 2020