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.… Read this Post
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.… Read this Post
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).… Read this Post
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.… Read this Post
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 ( ) Panel.… Read this Post
Here 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 (Read this Post) Panel.…