United Nations Conference on Trade and Development
The United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD) was established by the United Nations General Assembly in 1964 as a permanent intergovernmental body. The creation of UNCTAD was based on the concerns of developing countries’ position over the international market.
The organization works at the national, regional, and global level; aims to use trade, investment, finance, and technology as vehicles for inclusive and sustainable development. UNCTAD supports development-friendly actions on developing countries to access the benefits of a globalized economy more fairly and effectively. In order to achieve this goal, UNCTAD provides analysis, enable consensus-building, and offer technical assistance.
Currently, UNCTAD has 195 members and headquarters are located in Geneva, Switzerland; the conference meets once every four years. Agenda Item:
Empowering women entrepreneurs through Information and Communications Technologiesss (ICT's)