World Health Organization
1. Global Mental Health Awareness
2. Addressing Healthcare Inaccessibility for Migrants and Refugees
Hi there! My name is Navin and I am a first year student in LSE studying Geography. I am delighted to be one of your chairs for the World Health Organisation in YouthMUN 2022. I actually only started doing Model UN this year, but I have fully thrown myself into the collaborative and innovative world of MUN. Having never done them at school, I felt a bit daunted by the concept of competitive conferences; but I can confidently say that I developed a passion that I would have never expected to develop. My advice to you would be to research the individual stances of your assigned countries and to come to the conference with a collaborative mindset, ready to formulate solutions with your peers - and also to have fun, of course! Outside of MUN, I play hockey, support Chelsea and am a massive MCU nerd; my favourite hero is Doctor Strange - different, I know. With that being said, I look forward to meeting you all in February!
Hey everyone, I’m Priyadarshan, and I’m a first year BSc Economics student studying at the LSE. I’ll be one of your co-chairs for the World Health Organization for LSE YouthMUN 2022! I’ve been doing Model UN for around 4 years by now, starting out in high school. Having tried a multitude of different club activities during the past 3-4 years, I can confidently say that MUN is the one I have the most passion and enthusiasm for. It didn’t only offer me an opportunity to become more confident and better at speaking and debating, but it also helped me find some of my closest friends during high school! Furthermore, as a wannabe policy analyst, I consider the insight and skills that I gain from research in MUN to be helpful for my future too. In my free time, you’d usually find me either watching anime or reading manga, especially Seinen like Berserk or Vinland Saga. Else, I’d be playing Valorant (probably that one instalock Jett in your lobby) or CSGO with some of my friends. And to end off, I’d like to wish you all good luck in research and preparation, and more importantly, have fun through the whole process. I’m looking forward to meeting you all in March!