Issue #1: Minimum wage and labor hour laws in Middle Eastern countries.
This issue is of great importance since it affects both of the main aspects of ecosoc, the economy and society. Immigrant workers are being exploited and forced to work for extended hours to perform dangerous tasks in order to increase production. These workers are also being paid significantly less and are barely provided with any other societal bonuses (healthcare, shelter etc..) It is important for the ECOSOC to reach a conclusion and recommend it to these countries since this is a matter of basic human rights, societal balance and economic justice.
Issue #2: The issue of global threats to sustainability
This issue is a result of exploitation and under education among other factors. Solving this issue and reaching a global consensus would be the ECOSOC's primary goal alongside setting future goals by creating recommendations and setting regulatory conferences in the future to monitor the resolutions.
Issue #3: The issue of rural human settlements and housing subsidies in the Middle East
This focuses on the concentration of human population in rural areas and the fact that they get less services and government facilities when compared to urban areas. For example, Upper Egypt is significantly less developed than most areas in Lower Egypt such as Cairo and Alexandria. Humans find places to settle in these rural areas and face several atrocities due to the lack of housing and services. This can be solved through several economic measures with emphasis on government intervention, hopefully the ECOSOC will reach a rational and efficient conclusion to amend this issue.