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Handbook on the internal justice system at the United Nations

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The new system of administration of justice at the United Nations, established in July 2009, has been considered one of the most important achievements in staff-management relations at the United Nations and the protection of each staff member’s individual rights vis-à-vis the Organization. The Handbook on the Internal Justice System at the United Nations provides a detailed examination of the different facets of the system and its origins. This volume addresses first and foremost, United Nations staff members who want to learn about the new system and how it really works, as well as practitioners in the system as it examines important questions arising in their day-to-day practice. It also provides a comprehensive description of a cornerstone in the internal structure of the United Nations that may be of interest to the academic world of public international law.

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Introduction

On 1 July 2014, the new system of administration of justice at the United Nations celebrates its fifth anniversary. As early as 2010, one year after the implementation of the reform, the General Assembly of the United Nations noted with appreciation the achievements produced since the inception of this new system and commended the efforts of all who were involved in managing the transition from the previous internal justice system and those involved in the implementation and functioning of the new system.

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