The Mason World Health Organization Conference is a simulation of a WHO General Assembly where student delegates are provided a platform to deliberate on global health policies. From international politicians to neuroscientists to bioengineers, MasonWHO creates a space for undergraduate students from all academic backgrounds to exchange ideas and engage in global health policy that goes beyond traditional classroom teachings. Delegates will debate, prepare legislation, and vote on resolutions that will address and attempt to solve current concerns.
The Conference is hosted in Fairfax, VA by the MasonWHO Secretariat, partnering student organizations, and academic departments.
With a centralized theme of drug use and abuse this year, the Conference will discuss policies, practices, and prevention. Learn more about the theme here.