UN Internal Injustice

UN Internal Injustice

UN Internal InjusticeHere is the second round of the case we reported under UN Broken Justice. This case demonstrates the institutionalization of abuse of authority in the United Nations. Before we get into the case, these definitions are useful in understanding the legal terms: Appellant is the UN staff member, PAD is Performance Appraisal and Development, and Panel is the United Nations Joint Appeals Board (JAB) Panel.… Read this Post

UN Broken Justice

UN Broken Justice

UN Broken JusticeHere is a real life case of the outrageous abuse of authority that goes on in some organizations of the United Nations. Before we get into this case, these definitions are useful in understanding the legal terms: Appellant is the UN staff member, SLWFP is Special Leave With Full Pay, and Panel is the United Nations Joint Appeals Board (JAB) Panel.… Read this Post

UN Internal Justice

UN Internal Justice

UN Internal JusticeThe United Nations General Assembly document GA/AB/3795 dated 30 March 2007, states: “Acting on the proposals of the Redesign Panel on the Administration of Justice at the United Nations, the Committee recommended, by one of six draft texts that were approved without a vote today, the establishment of a new, independent, transparent, professionalized, adequately resourced and decentralized system of internal justice, consistent with relevant rules of international law and the principles of the rule of law and due process, ‘to ensure respect for the rights and obligations of staff members and accountability of managers and staff members alike’.Read this Post