The 2014 Calgary World Health Organization simulation will focus on reproductive health and the call for Reproductive Rights. It aims to bring together students from all disciplines to create an opportunity to develop solutions to issues impacting reproductive health that are in accordance with the means and goals of WHO.

Reproductive health is a crucial part of general health and a central feature of human development.  It is a reflection of health during childhood, crucial during adolescence and adulthood, sets the stage for health beyond the reproductive years for both women and men, and affects the health of the next generation.


Reproductive health calls for reproductive rights, a subset of human rights in the global front that ensures the right to access good-quality reproductive healthcare such as providing access to good healthcare services during pregnancy and child birth, education and access in order to make free and informed reproductive choices.


The above further ensures the right to receive education about sexually transmitted infections, to legal or safe abortion; to birth control; freedom from coerced sterilization, abortion, contraception; and other aspects of sexuality, and protection from gender-based practices such as female genital mutilation. Reproductive health is defined as a state of physical, mental, and social well-being in all matters relating to the reproductive system, at all stages of life.


As part of our theme Reproductive Rights we will have three sub-categories consisting of sexual health, contraception, and pregnancy, which will further engage our delegates.

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Find out the who, what, where, and when about the upcoming 2014 Calgary World Health Organization Simulation.

Relevant speaker series from experts in reproductive rights will help to stimulate discussion ideas and set the tone for the conference.

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The conference will be structured to ensure effective delegate participation and learning.


The CalWHO 2014 conference will be held at the University of Calgary Health Sciences Campus from November 8th to 10th, 2014.


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In addition to lunch and coffee breaks provided to all delegates during the conference, we are pleased to host a networking dinner event.

Networking Dinner

We would like to give thanks to our generous sponsors and donors, who helped to make this conference possible.

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Find everything you need to prepare yourself for the upcoming 2014 Calgary World Health Organization Simulation.

Prepare yourself for your delegate role and qualify for an Award of Excellence when you submit a Position Paper.

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CalWHO 2014 will explore issues concerning reproductive rights as the conference theme.

Theme Guide

Submitted position papers on the perspective of each country will be posted below, click the countries to view the position papers.

Position Papers

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Watch videos from last year, learn about this year's theme, and learn about rules and procedures.


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Prior to coming to the conference we give you the opportunity to familiarize yourself with the rules and procedures that make our platform possible.

Rules & Procedures

Check out pictures from last years conference and check back for updates from this years conference.


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Registration for the upcoming 2014 Calgary World Health Organization Simulation is now open.

Please see this World Map PDF with a break down of which countries fall into which regions.

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