Global Health Cluster
The Global Health Cluster is a specialised network of partners of the United Nations that discusses important health issues.
Through the collaboration of partners such as UN agencies, international organisations, NGOs, national authorities, affected communities, and academic and training institutes, this body helps provide faster responses to worldwide health emergencies and provide strategic solutions to problems that affect the health of millions of individuals across the globe.
This will be an Advanced-level committee, which will also operate within a summit with the World Health Organisation.
- The question of assessing worldwide organ needs and reviewing donation and transplantation policies
This Committee's Rules of Procedure and Study Guide will be released soon ahead of our Position Paper due date for delegates.
Not a day over 18, Very Greek
Occupation: Medicine student at Churchill College, University of Cambridge and DSG Chairing
MUN Experience: Emmanuel has been doing MUN for the past 7 years, starting at the beginning of High School (NB – he’s ancient), and this will be his 5th CUIMUN and 18th conference overall.
Hobbies: Beyond MUN, Emmanuel enjoys racket sports (spending an unhealthy amount of time at the table tennis table), complaining (See: Weather, work, minor inconveniences, anything to do with Chairing), going to the gym, going out with friends and doing MUN. He is also currently co-writing a charity pantomime organised every year by the Cambridge Clinical School.
Fun Fact: Originally hailing from Athens, Greece, Emmanuel (for better or worse) embodies the Greek stereotype – excessively loud and friendly, and obsessed with Greek food when it is available.
20, British and French
Occupation: Politics and International Studies student at the University of Warwick
MUN Experience: He started MUN-ing at CUIMUN 2017 and has since both delegated and chaired in multiple conferences across the world. For Cambridge University International Model UN 2019, he hopes to see strong debates and creative solutions emerging from the unique structure of the GHC.
Hobbies: When he is not doing anything MUN related, he likes discussing the world, spending time with friends, taking pictures and go for a run.
Fun Fact: He was born in France but having lived mainly in the Netherlands and Germany and being a dual citizen of the United Kingdom and France, he experienced a wide variety of different cultures which has allowed him to develop an open-mind and curiosity in current affairs.
Occupation: Genomic Medicine Masters student at Imperial College London
MUN Experience: Born in India but raised in Singapore and Paris, Nanaki discovered her love for debating and MUN in high school. Having held a position within the ICMUN committee, she has enjoyed training new delegates and organising events.
Hobbies: When she’s not studying or slaving away in the library, Nanaki enjoys baking, watching movies, and planning her next vacation!
Fun Fact: Emerging foodie - always up for trying new cuisines!