ECOSOC India member: India has been elected to the 4 main our bodies of the United Nations Economic and Social Council, together with the Commission on Science and Technology for Development. India’s Permanent Mission to the United Nations thanked all of the member states for electing India to 4 key our bodies of UN ECOSOC.
Ambassador Preeti Saran has additionally been re-elected to the Committee for Economic, Social and Cultural Rights. Senior Indian diplomat Saran, earlier in December 2018 was elected unopposed to the Asia Pacific seat on the UN’s Committee on Economic, Social, and Cultural Rights. Her first four-year time period began on January 1, 2019. Saran had joined the Indian Foreign Service again in August 1982.
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— India at UN, NY (@IndiaUNNewYork)
April 13, 2022
India elected to 4 UN ECOSOC our bodies
According to India’s Permanent Mission to the UN tweet, India has been elected to 4 UN ECOSOC our bodies: Committee on NGOs, Commission for Social Development, Commission on Science and Technology for Development and Ambassador Preeti Saran has been re-elected to the Committee for Economic, Social and Cultural Rights.
Commission of Social Development (CSocD)
Since the World Summit for Social Development in Copenhagen, the Commission for Social Development (CSocD) has change into the important thing physique of the United Nations which is accountable for the follow-up and the implementation of the Copenhagen Declaration and Programme for Action.
The goal of CSocD is to advise ECOSOC on social insurance policies of a basic character, and particularly on all of the issues within the social discipline that aren’t coated by specialised inter-governmental businesses.
Committee on Non-Governmental Organisations
It is a standing Committee of the Economic and Social Council which was established in 1946. The fundamental duties of the Committee on Non-Governmental Organisations are the consideration of purposes for consultative standing and requests for reclassification submitted by the non-governmental organisations.
UN Commission on Science and Technology for Development
CSTD is a subsidiary physique of the Economic and Social Council which holds an annual intergovernmental discussion board for the dialogue on well timed and pertinent points affecting expertise, science, and growth.
Outcomes of the Commission on Science and Technology for Development embody offering the UNGA and ECOSOC with high-level recommendation on the related science and expertise points.
Committee on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights
CESCR is a physique of 18 unbiased consultants that screens the implementation of the International Covenant on Economic, Social, and Cultural Rights by its State Parties. Committee on Economic, Social, and Cultural Rights enshrines the rights to sufficient meals, sufficient training, well being, housing, water and sanitation, and work.