ECOSOC

Economic and Social Council

Committee Description

The Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC), one of the six main organs of the United Nations established by the UN Charter in 1946, is the principal body for coordination, policy review, policy dialogue, and recommendations on economic, social and environmental issues, as well as for implementation of the internationally agreed development goals. ECOSOC serves as the central mechanism for the activities of the United Nations system and its specialized agencies and supervises the subsidiary and expert bodies in the economic, social and environmental fields. It works to promote sustainable development, build partnerships, engage the youth in economics and advance the integration of economic and social policies.

The main goals of the council include promoting sustainable development, coordinating humanitarian action, providing coordination and oversight, building partnerships, raising awareness on emerging issues, working with civil society and engaging youth. The council is of great importance to the Latin America and the Caribbeans region.

Agenda

The question of regulating the cryptocurrency market

Promoting reform to eliminate hyperinflation in Venezuela

Taking measures against all forms of sex trafficking

Chair Reports

Report 1 by Onat Ergin
The question of regulating the cryptocurrency market
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Report 2 by Zeynep Şener
Promoting reform to eliminate hyperinflation in Venezuela
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Report 3 by Alp Ardıtı
Taking measures against all forms of sex trafficking
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