World Health Organization
Chairs: Edward Li, Justin Oh, and Sarah McIlroy
Response to Biological and Chemical Warfare
From Solon of Athens poisoning the water of Kirrha in 600 BC to today’s complex chemicals, bacteria, and viruses, biological and chemical weapons have been a major risk to human society. Since ancient times, they have proven to be detrimental catalysts in events of international conflict. With the threat of terrorist organizations ever increasing, it is essential that the World Health Organization determines an effective response method for an emergency situation pertaining to biological and chemical weapons.