Reforming the system of administration of justice at the United Nations - A short history

Prior to the reforms that led to the new system of administration of justice which this book tries to explain, the process available to staff members who sought redress for a workrelated dispute followed an administrative approach. Under the old system, it was ultimately the Secretary-General as the chief administrative officer of the Organization who - based on a peer review of the case carried out in different advisory boards and committees - took the final decision on cases regarding employment-related issues.

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