United Nations Economic and
Implementation of technologies in education:
Improving socioeconomic development towards a digitized economy
Historically, society has witnessed a series of changes imposed by the chronic development of technology and, like any transformation, it suggests an evolution or modification of the aspects that surround it. This has generated that in today's world, the technological sector is in close relation with other sectors of the society. One of the most important areas where technology should be implemented is in the education sector, allowing not only to streamline the system and improve its productivity, but to facilitate international access and encourage public-private investments to carry out policies that allow the preparation of new professionals in charge of watching over the economy of the future and, of course, positively impacting in the progress of society.
About the United Nations Economic and Social Council
The Economic and Social Council of the United Nations was created in 1945, this body was established with the Charter of the United Nations making it one of the main organs of the United Nations. Said entity, elaborates together with the General Assembly, policies that promotes cooperation and sustainable development (economic, social, environmental) between the States. It constitutes a platform that encourages the participation of member countries through debate and innovative. EcoSoc coordinates efforts to achieve the internationally agreed goals, acting as an intermediary to establish alliances.
EcoSoc emphasizes the promotion of sustainable development by providing guidance to entities such as regional commissions, specialized agencies, programs and funds that provide cooperation for issues of global concern. In addition, this organization is responsible for monitoring the results of summits held at the United Nations