UNAID Emergency Session On Haiti
Topic 1: Role of Corruption in MNCs & International Relief - Haiti
Topic 2: Updating International Intervention Through UNAID in Haiti
Cholera, homelessness, and poverty: all of these traumatic outcomes sound like the result of a disaster. Yet, in the case of Haiti, the disaster in case is not solely due to a devastating earthquake, but largely the result of disaster relief. The largest humanitarian relief effort to date has taken a shaken state and caused it to fail, and even with substantial funding, Haiti is arguably in a much worse state due to the efforts. Delegates in this committee must attempt to address a crisis not created by earth, but created by themselves.
Madison Newell - Chair
Madison Newell is a sophomore at Boston University majoring in Psychology and minoring in Spanish Language! She hopes to go to Graduate school for Clinical Psychology or Developmental Psychology and is interested in how socioeconomic status discrepancies affect emotional development in children. She interned this summer in Manhattan at the NEED Lab at Columbia University under Kim Noble for two months! She has been involved in Model United Nations since 7th grade in elementary school and loves to keep up with current international events! Her favorite candy is Sweet Tart Chewies and her favorite TV shows include Scandal, How to Get Away with Murder and New Girl. She can't wait to be your chair!!
Vice Chair: Min Hyun Cho