When the finance ministers of the 19 member states of the Eurozone meet, these meetings are known as Eurogroup meetings. Exercising political control over the Euro and actively working to strengthen the EU monetary Union, the Eurogroup was set up as a policy coordination and consultation platform for Eurozone matters. It was formalized by the 2009 Lisbon Treaty, which stresses that the meetings are informal and will take place to discuss specific responsibilities shared by all Eurozone members.
Chair: Mazza FarajAllah
Mazza FarajAllah started her Model UN journey when she joined Dar Al Hekma University, where she completed her Bachelor’s Degree of Business Administration. Originally Sudanese American and born and raised in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, with frequent visits to both the US and Sudan has made Mazza very interested in world affairs and politics. While Mazza was the Vice President of her Student Government, she traveled with her MUN team to Boston, USA to participate in the Harvard National Model United Nations 2012 Conference and received Honorable Mention award in the Human Rights Committee. After her win, Mazza joined Model UN full time, chaired numerous times in Dar Al Hekma Model United Nations and was the Public Speaking & Training Director of the team. She led the delegation going to the 60th Session of the Harvard National Model United Nations 2014. Mazza is extremely excited to continue her Model UN journey in chairing in the Euro-Group and meeting delegates coming from all over in EUROMUN 2017!
Chair: Haniya Ahmed
Hello delegates! I am Haniya Ahmed doing Bachelors in Economics and Mathematics in my university. (It’s a bit boring which is why I take up history courses too-which is one thing I really love!) From being a delegate at EuroMUN to a Committee Director, I can’t wait to be on the other side of the dias! Hope to see you all soon, for a conference worth remembering.
- Proposals for debt restructuring programs for any indebted Eurogroup country
- Proposals for alternative euro for Southern European countries to improve competitiveness