United Nations Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC - Intermediate):

The Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) is one of the six organs of the United Nations. It coordinates the recommendations for social, economic, as well as environmental issues. It also helps with the implementation of the development goals that were put forth by the United Nations Development Program (UNDP). It serves as a central body of the UN by governing the specialised bodies of the UN in the fields of the environment, economics and society. The Council underwent a couple of changes in the 21st century to help strengthen and define its functions. In Resolution 68/1, which was passed in September 2013, ECOSOC was defined as a council that promotes innovative thinking and reflection in achieving sustainable development. Its headquarters are permanently in New York, USA. This committee deals with topics such as development aid, as well as humanitarian aid, the problem of forced labour, and many more.

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