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1 The Economic and Social Council (‘ECOSOC’ or ‘Council’) has the broad mandate of coordinating the economic, social, and development work of the UN that the Charter envisages in Art. 55 (c) . The General Assembly ( United Nations, General Assembly ; ‘UNGA’) and the world conferences have been re-orientating the role of ECOSOC towards implementation of the 2030 sustainable development goals (‘SDGs’). The Charter-defined status as a limited membership principal organ, its competence and powers, and its functions enable ECOSOC to discharge this role. 2 ECOSOC is a...