UNIDO

United Nations Industrial Development Organisation

Committee Description

United Nations Industrial Development Organisation (UNIDO), established in 8th of April 1979, is a UN Organisation primarily associated with Sustainable Development Goal 9, Industry, Innovation and Infrastructure, and is dedicated to promote and accelerate inclusive and sustainable industrial development (ISID) in Member States. The Organisation has four focal points being creating shared prosperity, advancing economic competitiveness, safeguarding the environment and strengthening knowledge and institutions. As of May 2018, 168 States are members of UNIDO. United Nations Industrial Development Organisation is also recognised by the approach to industrialization route taken by the UN. UNIDO promotes ISID which implies that no one is left behind and all parts of society benefit from industrial progress, which also provides the means for tackling critical social and humanitarian needs.

Agenda

Providing eligible and adequate electricity to Latin America in order to promote industrial development

Promoting immigrant youth employment

Chair Reports

Report 1 by Lara Nahcivan
Providing eligible and adequate electricity to Latin America in order to promote industrial development
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Report 2 by Mina Tüzün
Promoting immigrant youth employment
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