Here is another disturbing case of the United Nations lack of Accountability and Transparency.
We received this article from a current staff member of the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA), who requested to publish this article without revealing the identity of the staff member, to avoid reprisal.… Read this Post
Don’t cry because it is over, think and smile because it happened. World HR Trainer.
Throughout history new technologies have revolutionized communication and the spread of information. Cyberspace has become the fifth domain of warfare after Land, Sea, Air and Space.… Read this Post
“A manager’s task is to make the strengths of people effective and their weakness irrelevant–and that applies fully as much to the manager’s boss as it applies to the manager’s subordinates.… Read this Post
On 29 April 2010, UN Secretary-General, Mr. Ban Ki-moon, made these Remarks at observance of World Press Freedom Day:
Thank you, Mr. Akasaka, Under-Secretary-General for DPI,
Excellency Dr Mohamad; Acting President of the GA,
Your Excellency Ambassador Monteiro Lima; Chair of COI,
President of UNCA, Mr Pioli;
Ms Alfsen of UNESCO,
Ladies and Gentlemen,
It is a great pleasure to be here for our annual observance of World Press Freedom Day.… Read this Post
This is an open appeal to the UN General Assembly from a senior world citizen in the largest democracy.
“I want to live in a world where people become famous because of their work for peace and justice and care.… Read this Post
Inspired by Adam Smith, 1723-1790, Theory of Moral Sentiments and Wealth of Nations.
“If the judiciary goes down in the estimation of people, it will be the end of democracy.… Read this Post
“Towards a just, secure and peaceful world governed by the rule of law” is the theme of a new UN website: UN Rule of Law.
The theme of the World Economic Forum, Davos 27-31 January 2010, is “Improve the State of the World: Rethink, Redesign and Rebuild” (with trust).… Read this Post
“Become yourself the change that you want to see in others and in the world.” Mahatma Gandhi.
Having reviewed the judgements/decisions of the newly established UN Disputes Tribunal (July-Dec 2009) and having analysed the fundamentals of UN reform in three broad sectors – operations/administration; human resources/human assets management; and the area of geo-politics, I would probably suppose what the next logical step should be to think deeply how this whole change/transformation exercise can finally unfold.… Read this Post
The UN Reform exercise has been the subject of global deliberations and debates for a long long time, but many in the public may not fully understand or be able to grasp or appreciate what has really been achieved thus far and how these have changed the way things are going to be!… Read this Post