In this workshop, we will focus on the history of global health and its dangerous beginning in colonization. We will talk about what decolonizing global health really means
In this workshop, we will focus on the history of global health and its dangerous beginning in colonization. We will talk about what decolonizing global health really means and how global health interventions and systems can be changed to better fit the ideal of a decolonized world.
Nadine Jarrar is a Palestinian-Jordanian sophomore from Amman, Jordan. She is studying Neuroscience & Behavioral Biology with a minor in Anthropology on the pre-med track. She started MUN as a freshman in high school and is a three-time Secretary-General. Her favourite SDG is Partnerships for the Goals. Nadine is the Secretary-General for ENMUNC, Emory’s high school model UN conference. Outside of Model UN, she’s a professional swimmer, and in her free time, she enjoys studying endocrinology and colour-coding her notes.
Trisha is a sophomore from Saratoga, California studying Neuroscience & Behavioral Biology and Human Health on the pre-med track. She has been a part of her school’s Model UN club for five years now. Now, she serves as the Director-General for ENMUNC. Her favourite UN SDG is Quality Education. In her free time, she plays the bassoon, draws, and rides bicycles. A fun fact about her is that she has a mug collection (with 21 specimens!) and a dog named Coco.
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