The constituent bodies of the ESC are: the Plenary Assembly, the Bureau, the enlarged Bureau, the commissions, the enlarged ESC and the secretariat.
-The Plenary Assembly consists of all the full members of the ESC. It votes on the opinions prepared by the commissions, takes stock of all work in progress and provides guidance for opinions being prepared.
-The Bureau is the executive body of the Economic and Social Council. It is composed of the president and the two vice-presidents, as well as the secretary-general.
-The enlarged Bureau: should the need arise, the Bureau can be enlarged to include other members of the ESC.
-Special commissions are set up for each opinion to be drafted. The work is led by a president, assisted by one or more rapporteurs chosen from among the members of the commission. The rapporteur or rapporteurs are assisted by the secretariat.
-Depending on the circumstances, the enlarged ESC comprises:
-the Luxembourg ESC,
-the Luxembourg delegation to the European ESC,
-the Luxembourg delegation to the ESC of the Greater Region.
-The secretariat is headed by the secretary-general who is responsible for the management of the ESC’s constituent bodies: the Plenary Assembly, the Bureau and the commissions, as well as the three groups making up the ESC. The secretariat is responsible for budgetary and administrative management.