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Economic and Social Council


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Economic and Social Council

Economic and Social Council

Economic and Social Council

Economic and Social Council

Economic and Social Research Council

Economic and Social Research Council

Economic and Social Research Council

Economic and Social Research Council

Economic and Social Research Council

Economic and Social Research Council

Economic and Social Research Council

Economic, Social and Cultural Rights (and Beyond) in the UN Human Rights Council

The Applicability of Economic and Social Rights to the UN Security Council

Part 2 The United Nations: What it is, 5 The Economic and Social Council

1951, ECOSOC, Thirteenth Session, Report to the Economic and Social Council on the Seventh Session of the Commission, E/1992 (16 April–19 May 1951)

1952, ECOSOC, Council Committee on Non-Governmental Organizations, Draft International Covenant on Human Rights and Measures of Implementation, Report to the Economic and Social Council on the Eighth Session of the Commission, E/2256; E/CN.4/669 (14 April 1952–14 June 1952)

1951, ECOSOC, Twelfth–Thirteenth Session, Report of the Economic and Social Council Covering the Period from 16 August 1950 to 21 September 1951, A/1884 (16 August 1950–21 September 1951)

1952, UN General Assembly, Sixth Session, Agenda Item 29, 375th Plenary Meeting, Draft International Covenant on Human Rights and Measures of Implementation: Report of the Economic and Social Council: Report of the Third Committee, A/PV.375 (5 February 1952)

1952, UN General Assembly, Sixth Session, Agenda Item 29, 374th Plenary Meeting, Draft International Covenant on Human Rights and Measures of Implementation: Report of the Economic and Social Council: Report of the Third Committee, A/PV.374 (4 February 1952)

 

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A principal organ of the UN which consists of 54 members elected by the General Assembly to investigate any social or cultural topic, and which has thus established commissions, e.g. on population growth, human rights, drugs, and women's rights.http://www.un.org/esa/coordination/ecosoc.The home page of the Economic and Social Council.

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