The Economic and Social Council


Barsoum Banayoti (Chair-Left) Milkee Bekele ( President- Middle) Oday Alrufai               (Assistant President-Right)

The Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) from its establishment in 1945 apart of the six main organs of the United Nations, has been focusing on economic, social and environmental problems, tackling them through sustainable development. The council “offers a unique global meeting point for productive dialogues among policymakers, parliamentarians, academics, foundations, businesses, youth and 3,200+ registered non-governmental organizations”. Due its array of topics and discussions points, it allows for a much diverse and interesting source of debate and is able to draw immense inspiration for future resolutions. Being that it encompasses 54 member states, it allows for lively debate and abundant amounts of different perspectives, thoughts and ideas.

Measures to cope with food shortages in Sub-Saharan Africa

The Exploitation of Workers by Transnational Corporations