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Volunteer to Make a Difference

“One person can make a difference. In fact, it's not only possible for one person to make a difference, it's essential that one person makes a difference. And believe it or not, that person is you.” Bob Riley. The United Nations observes International Volunteer Day on December 5, 2013. It is the time for us to think about volunteerism and nonprofits to make a difference to the world. There are many people who are born and dead everyday but we remember great leaders like Florence Nightingale, Frances Hesselbein, and Mother…

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Triumph of Falsehood

I have to admit that in spite of many attempts, I failed to transmit my last message of 02 Oct. 2013 to Mr. Ban Ki-Moon, the UN Secretary General, due to the violent confrontation of those around him who barred its arrival to him. Human life has totally changed; today group of mighty are controlling the world, crushing the vulnerable, indifferent without conscience and with no mercy, undermine the rules to fit their personal interests. Unfortunately, the law of jungle is realistic and has embarked on implementing it on the…

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UN Legal Procedures and UN Secretary General

Piraeus, October 02, 2013 His Excellency Mr. Ban Ki-moon The Secretary General of the United Nations Due to ignor my previous letters and deliberately prevented it to reach Mr. Ban Ki-moon. Just to give this message a greater chance and draw the attention of the Secretary-General, after faxing it, I was compelled to use other mean for my message to reach him directly. Sir, allow me to express my congratulations for your speech of September 24, 2013 “UN chief urges world leaders to answer demands of their people for dignity,…

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Reconsideration of Trial

In the attempts of restoring my innocence, this is my message sent to the UN Secretary General Mr. Ban Ki-Moon asking his assistance for the reconsideration of my trial with UNAT orally and publicly:   His Excellency UN Secretary-General Mr. Ban Ki-Moon Reference is made to my previous messages to you and to the UNAT Judges, I am sure that it was ignored and disregarded because as a normal person I am not entitled to contact the Secretary-General directly I should be at his level to communicate with him while…

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Absence of Impartiality in UN Internal Justice

This is a copy of my messages sent to the SG and UNAT Judges which –for sure– was either classified or sent to the shredders (as usual). In order to avoid embarrassment the UNAT Judges keep dismissing and ignoring my submitted requests containing justifications and proves that refutes my fabricated charges in order not to admit that their initial decision was wrongly made, also to avoid involving the person(s) who forces them to violate their own statute and rules of procedures to take such wrong decision destroying the career and…

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What is Inner City Press?

A news website that claims to conduct hard-hitting investigative journalism on the United Nations faces questions over its credibility and motives. The Inner City Press posts articles with on-the-record quotes by high-level UN officials while exposing shocking details of alleged corruption. This seems relevant for the mainstream media, since there are many rumors and innuendos of rampant corruption at the UN, while officials enjoy diplomatic immunity so they can act with impunity and above the law. Yet, Inner City Press’s sole reporter is rarely mentioned by legitimate journalists when they…

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UN Justice and Abuse

Here is another real-life case of injustice, abuse of authority and mismanagement by the United Nations. This case ruined the life of a  dedicated UN staff member and destroyed his career after 24 years of loyal services to the UN. This is the case (unedited) as told by the victim: QUOTE A. The administration decision for the summarily dismissal took place middle January 2008, immediately after that a counselor with a good UN experience was selected to assist, according to the staff rules I have the right to request a JDC…

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Letter VI to UN Retirees on Common Cause

Open Letter (VI) – Revised - to the UN Retirees (1/3 Lump Sum Recipients). Time to verify the reality about redesigned & rebuilt UN Internal Justice: Has it become worthy of public trust? Note: Following our appeal, submitted earlier, we have received several comments and critique to our open letter VI, based on which it has now been possible to revise and place it in a final form. We very much wish and pray that this will be the last open letter to the Retiree colleagues, just days or weeks…

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Cause for Celebration, Letter to UN Retirees

Dear Colleagues: 2010 – The Year of Reckoning? Open Letter (v) to the UN Retirees (1/3 Lump Sum Recipients). At a time when the world is short of causes for celebration, here comes a candidate. It appears that the UN Disputes Tribunal (UNDT), born 1 July 2009, has already cleared no less than 96 cases by the time the year 2009 came to a close. A record of sort. Having used this mode of communication to talk to the retiree colleagues and report on the state of affairs regarding our…

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Letter to UN Retirees on Common Cause

Dear UN Retirees,2010 – The year of Hope? In closing 2009, we wish to send our Season's greeting and offer best wishes for a New Year 2010 that would bring in new hopes for the UN Internal Justice System.In the last three Open Letters we have described the background and profound arguments of our Common Cause Appeal (Case # UNAT 2009-001) submitted to the newly established UN Appeals Tribunal. The open letter III gave the full text of our individualized appeal submitted to the UNJSPB Standing Committee (May 2009), and…

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UN Common Cause Appeal

Here is another case of internal injustice in the United Nations. This case is about the United Nations Pension Fund incoherent and unjust practices in dealing with a large segment of the UN retirees. "COMMON CAUSE APPEAL FILED BY S.P. SUNDARAM (R/28009), V.MUTHUSWAMI (R/63374) & G.S. SRINIVASAN (R/66715) (SIGNATURES AND ADDRESSES INCL. CERTIFICATION ARE GIVEN AT THE END OF THE ORIGINAL DOCUMENT) ON THEIR OWN BEHALF AND ALSO ON BEHALF OF OTHER RETIREES WHO FILED EARLIER APPEALS SUBMITTED TO THE UNJSPB STANDING COMMITTEE (and whose decision was conveyed in CEO/UNJSPF…

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UN Happy Birthday

The United Nations is 64 years old today. Happy Birthday UN, or is it not so happy?! The United Nations was established on 24 October 1945 by 51 States, today the UN has 192 member States; yet the UN Charter remains the same, the inexplicable veto powers of the Security Council remains the same, the internal workings of the organization remains the same heavily politicized and ceremonial, and the mode of operations in many of the UN organizations remains centralized, bureaucratic and outright dictatorial in many UN organizations. Please see…

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UN Performance Appraisal

The United Nations uses several tools to evaluate the performance of its staff, for example, the UN Secretariat uses ePAS (electronic Performance Appraisal System) while UNFPA uses PAD (Performance Appraisal and Development). However, it seems that these tools, especially the PAD system, are just a facade and charade used to promote cronies and to destroy the careers of other staff for various reasons mostly due to the ability of the UN bosses to abuse their authority without accountability. This post shows such alleged abuse of authority and corruption by the…

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UN OIOS Inaction

This is the third round of the case we reported under UN Broken Justice and UN Internal Injustice. This round shows the management corruption inside the UN and how the organization covers it up. Before we get into the case, these definitions are useful in understanding the legal terms: Appellant is the UN staff member, SLWFP is Special Leave With Full Pay, PAD is Performance Appraisal and Development, OIOS is the United Nations Office of Internal Oversight Services, UNFPA ED is the UNFPA Executive Director, and Panel is the United…

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UN Messengers of Peace

The United Nations started its Messengers of Peace program more than 10 years ago. Now, there are 10 UN Messengers of Peace: Princess Haya Bint Al Hussein, Daniel Barenboim, George Clooney, Paulo Coelho, Midori Goto, Michael Douglas, Jane Goodall, Yo-Yo Ma, Charlize Theron and Elie Wiesel. These celebrities are selected from the fields of art, literature, music and sports to help focus worldwide attention on the work of the United Nations and to raise awareness of the United Nations’ efforts to improve the lives of billions of people everywhere through…

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UN Internal Injustice

Here 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. The Case The United Nations Joint Appeals Board (JAB) in a report dated September 2007 stated: “It was not clear to the Panel whether it…