Trine Christensen has been Amnesty Denmark’s Secretary General since 2010. Before this, she worked in the United States of America as a Research Associate and Senior Researcher for the American section of Amnesty International. Her commitment for the Amnesty movement is clear in her dedication to both human rights for Danes and for those abroad. The past two years, Trine Christensen led internationally recognized research into rape in Denmark and the other Nordic Countries. Amnesty Denmark has been admittedly pursuing a change in the rape laws so to implement a consent-based legislation. Doing so, Christensen and Amnesty Denmark hope to lead by example for other developing nations aiming to mend the gap between men and women. This year, Amnesty International is increasing their focus on sustainability and climate change. Amnesty Denmark is now running the campaign “Go’ Stil” with the aim of putting pressure on businesses to become more sustainable
First president of the BIGMUN General Assembly and a founding member of BIGMUN
Jennifer Pham is a senior consultant at Dalberg Media as part of the UNLEASH secretariat which organizes an annual innovation lab for 1000 youth from more than 150 countries to create solutions to the Sustainable Development Goals. Before this she has worked with the ministry of foreign affairs where she coordinated Nordic-Baltic collaboration within the World Bank including execution of weekly steering meetings and minister-level participation at the bank’s annual meetings. Here she also assessed proposals on e.g. climate financing according to Danish development policy priorities. She has also worked with the Danish Refugee Council where she prepared proposals and documents for reporting on the removal of mines and explosive remnants of war from former conflict zones. In 2016 she was an assistant at the Royal Danish Embassy in the USA where she researched, analyzed and developed a policy overview on U.S foreign, development, and security policy by presidential candidates in the lead-up to the 2016 election.