Economic

The Primary Role of the Commission: The Economic Commission shall work under the Authority of the Preparatory Body to conduct research and review existing principles and policies documented in international instruments, interviews, obtain testimony and undertake expert consultations with nations and states to achieve a substantive Commission consensus in support of Draft Resolution of findings and recommendations of proposed protocols for the conduct of relations between nation and states to implement existing internationally documented economic policy and principles.

The Resolution of Findings and Recommended Protocols shall be submitted to the Preparatory Body for approval and subsequent presentation to the Congress of Nations and States for deliberative consideration and adoption as new international law.

The Goal is to promote and facilitate the formulation of authoritative and mutually accepted proposed protocols for the conduct of relations between nations and states in the subject areas of economic, culture and society, environmental, political, security and justice relations. Principles and Policies enshrined in nations’ and states’ declarations such as the Outcome Document of the 2014 World Conference on Indigenous Peoples, International Labor Organization Convention 169, Alta Declaration of 2014 and a series of World Council of Indigenous Peoples Resolutions and those of the International Treaty Organization provide significant guidance for the development of implementation protocols that normal processes by which nations and states conduct their economic relations.

The Economic Commission: There is an urgent need for dialogue and putting place consistent and normalized protocols for negotiating and reaching binding agreements between nations and states concerning the conduct of resource extraction, land uses, rules for commercial activities, taxation policies, trade, and labor policies.

Mandate: Conduct research, interviews, obtain testimony and undertake expert consultations with nations and states to prepare Draft Resolutions of references and review of existing principles and policies documented in international instruments, findings, and language for Nation and State Economic Relations Protocols that take into consideration variations in relations between states and nations’ economies, economic structures and capacities.

Commission Membership: Five social science, conventional economic and traditional economic systems experts appointed by the Preparatory Body. The appointed members of the Commission shall decide by consensus which of the five members shall serve as Commission Chair with the remaining members representing nation economic perspectives and state economic perspectives equally.

Commission Operations Oversight: The Secretary of Congress and Commission is the responsible Secretariat contact for support to the operations of the Commission. The Secretary supervises the Commission Specialist and if present the Commission Rapporteur.

Commission Operations: The Commission shall conduct its work remotely and conduct its work using teleconferencing platforms. Communications between members and with the Secretariat and Preparatory Body are to be conducted via the following platforms: Protonmail.com, Signal.org, Zoom.US.  These platforms are free but may be subject to subscriptions. The Commission will use MSWord or compatible word-processing and Adobe Acrobat for PDF processing.

Commission Ethics and Security: The Commission shall conduct its work in accord with the CNS Information Security System Protocols published by the Secretariat.