Roundtable on the right of appeal in international
The Committee of Staff Representatives of the Co-ordinated Organisations (AAPOCAD, Council of Europe, ECMWF, ESA, EUMETSAT, NATO, OECD) was pleased to invite you to the roundtable on the right of appeal in international administrative courts which was held on 6 November 2015 in Rome.
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21.07.2015 - The International Administrative Law Centre of Excellence annual conference brought together international civil servants, union representatives, lawyers, judges, academics and others interested in international administrative law, from around the world with a view to shaping and improving this area of the law.
Date: Thursday 1st and Friday 2nd October 2015
Location: King’s College London
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01.06.2015 - On 5 June 2015, the European Court of Human Rights, in conjunction with the European Society of International Law (ESIL), organised a conference entitled “The European Convention on Human Rights and General International Law”.
12.05.2014 - The “Conference on best practices in resolving employment disputes in international organisations” hosted by the International Labour Office was held on 15 and 16 September 2014 in Geneva.
25.03.2014 - On the occasion of the 20th Anniversary of its establishment, the International Monetary Fund Administrative Tribunal organised on 4 April 2014 in Washington a Symposium entitled “The future of international administrative law: Harmonization? Fragmentation? Dialogue?”, which brought together scholars, judges, counsel for applicants and international organisations’ representatives. On the preceding day, more than 70 Judges and Registry personnel, representing some fifteen international administrative tribunals, were convened for private meetings. The Council of Europe Administrative Tribunal was represented by Mr G. Malinverni, Deputy Chair, and Mr S. Sansotta, Registrar. The Chair Malinverni did a presentation on “The Relationship between The Administrative Tribunal of the Council of Europe and the European Court of Human Rights” in session III of the programme.
This event was presented in collaboration with the American Society of International Law (www.asil.org), the International Law Association (www.ila-hq.org), and the American Branch of the International Law Association (www.ila-americanbranch.org).
External links: Presentation and Programme
03.02.2014 - Mr Christos Rozakis, Chair of the Administrative Tribunal, participated in the conference “Les Journées d’Athènes” organised by the French magazine “le Nouvel Observateur” on 6 and 7 February in Athens, on the occasion of the Greek Presidency of the European Union. These two days of debates on the issue of “Daring democracy”, gathered representatives from the political sphere, intellectuals and experts who discussed the need and means to enhance democracy all over Europe.
External links (in French only): Presentation and Programme
20.12.2013 - On Friday 6 December 2013, the Administrative Tribunal of the Inter-American Development Bank Group organised a conference in Washington to commemorate its 30th anniversary. Several international administrative tribunals were invited at this conference, including the Council of Europe Administrative Tribunal which was represented by Mr Cangelosi, judge, and Mr Sansotta, Registrar.
The President of the Inter-American Development Bank, Guilherme A. Caputo Bastos, opened the conference. The subject of mediation and conflict resolution was then addressed by justice Desiree Bernard. It was followed by a presentation of the 2013 amendments to the Statute and Rules of Procedure of the tribunal made by the Executive Secretary of the Inter-American Development Bank Administrative Tribunal, Hernán Sáenz Jiménez. Then, the former President of the Inter-American Development Bank Administrative Tribunal, Agustín A. Gordillo, talked about his experience as a member of the Tribunal and Judge Germán Barreiro González discussed justice in Cervantes’ Don Quixote de la Mancha.
The conference’s proceedings will be published in due course.
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