United Nations Economic Commission for Europe

Founding Year: 1947


Budget: € 71.7m

Mona Juul (Head President)

Set up by the ECOSOC , it includes 56 member State and acts as one of the United Nation’s five regional commissions. The multilateral platform strives towards “pan-European economic integration” by promoting “sustainable development and economic prosperity through policy dialogue, development of regulations and norms, and technical cooperation for countries with economies in transition.”



United Nations Economic Commission for Europe contributes to the following Sustainable Development Goals

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