As part of the body of international journalism, Press Corps delegates will listen, observe, and analyze the situations that are occurring in other chambers and compose their writings which will be published as reports, articles, opinions as well as updates on online platforms throughout the conference. They will also be granted the privilege to interview other delegates inside or outside the chamber. Delegates would represent international news media e.g. CNN, BBC and Al-Jazeera instead of states or caracters.
Strongly built upon the idea of freedom of expression, Press Corps manifests modern democracy in the midst of global politics. Since its establishment and first introduction as the United Nations Correspondent Association (UNCA) in 1948, Press Corps has continued to serve the global society through providing insightful information in the pursuit of education and connectivity. In President Model United Nations 2018, press delegates are going to provide information regarding various events to link and create interactive connections between the delegates and councils. It can be transcended in the form of reports, opinions as well as updates on online platforms. Thus, it is of utmost importance for press delegates to possess the skill of journalism and writing, as well as basic principles of mass communication.