UNECE stands for United Nations Economic Commisions for Europe. UNECE is an assembly (part of the United Nations where representatives from North America, Western, Central and Eastern Europe and Central Asia meet to make ways so that they can all agree economically. It was established in 1947 and is one of the five regional Commissions for the Economic and Social Advice for the United Nations. This part of the UN is responsible for a having a united assembly based on improving the grouping of the member nations made up of Central Asian states, the USA, and Canada.
Any United Nations member state may participate in the United Nations Economic Commissions for Europe, and currently, more than seventy professional groups and non-governmental groups are part of this group.
The first four years of the UNECE were slightly vague - no one had specific jobs that were official, and all of its rules were unofficial. During this time, they knew they had a common goal, and just worked toward it with the best of their abilities. This goal was to orginate and take part in matters to make the reconstruction of Europe easier, to improve Europe's economy, and to strengthen the relationship between Europe and its neighboring countries.
All activites done by the UNECE only if all the members agree on specific ideas through cooperation and combined actions through varied debates and votes. Some examples of UNECE ideas include...
Regulations of the UNECE
The UNECE has had more than thirty conventions and has more than 250 rules and regulations. These rules are only made to remove obstacles and make trade through the region and the rest of the world easier. Many of the rules refer to improving the environment and one example of how the UNECE is striving to improve the environment is that all the UN products sold have a guarentee of being 100% environmentally friendly.