UN Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC)
I. Collaborating on ways to raise welfare among the conflicted zones
II. Building trust among the member states and ensuring cooperation on Sustainable Development
Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC), is one of the six principal organs of the United Nations (UN), responsible for the direction and coordination of the economic, social, humanitarian, and cultural activities carried out by the UN. It is the UN’s largest and most complex subsidiary body.The council was designed to be the UN’s main venue for the discussion of international economic and social issues. ECOSOC conducts studies; formulates resolutions, recommendations, and conventions for consideration by the General Assembly; and coordinates the activities of various UN organizations.