Economic & Social Council (ECOSOC)

The United Nations Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) is one of the six principal bodies of the United Nations which is the largest and most complex subsidiary organ of the UN. The United Nations ECOSOC council serves as the central forum for discussing international economic, social and environmental issues and formulating policy recommendations to member states. The council consists of 54 members of the United Nations elected by the General Assembly.
Additionally, this council includes a delegate of United Nations High Commissioner of Refugees (UNHCR) due to our participation in the “MUN Refugee Challange” which is held by the UNHCR.

TOPIC I: Supporting the economic inclusion of refugees. (MUN Refugee Challenge Topic)
TOPIC II: Reducing the negative effects of climate change.

Committe Directors: Berra BATUR – Kerem GÜRBÜZ

Ecosoc Study Guide