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Registration of ten appeals before the Administrative Tribunal

07.04.2017 - From 6 to 30 March 2017, the Administrative Tribunal registered two series of appeals:

- In eight appeals (Nos. 571-578/2017 - James BRANNAN and others v. Secretary General), some appellants request the annulment of the provisions of Rules No. 1384 and No. 1385 and, all of them, the provisions of Rule No. 1387, modifying CEMSIS insurance medical coverage.

- Two appeals (Nos. 579-580/2017 - Zeki UYSAL and Sibel DEMİR SALDIRIM v. Secretary General) concern the appointment to posts of seconded lawyers at the European Court of Human Rights. They request that their competencies be recognised and they demand the annulment of the Secretary General’s decision to appoint the four successful candidates.

This information is given to enable those who so wish to exercise their right to intervene under Article 10 of the Statute of the Administrative Tribunal.


Proceedings of the international colloquy "Common focus and autonomy of International Administrative Tribunals" (Strasbourg, 19-20 March 2015)

06.04.2017 - On 19-20 March 2015 the Administrative Tribunal of the Council of Europe held a colloquy to celebrate its 50th anniversary. The tribunal wished to mark this anniversary by bringing together many members from other similar tribunals and practitioners in this field of law, in order to hold an exchange on the current situation in international administrative justice. Indeed, during the last 50 years the world of such tribunals has not only expanded, but also changed significantly.

The Proceedings of the colloquy are now published on the website of the Tribunal. (PDF file)
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Hearing of the Administrative Tribunal

10.03.2017 - A hearing was held before the Administrative Tribunal on Monday 20 March 2017 in the Tribunal’s hearing room in the D building at 9.30 a.m. in appeal No. 570/2016 – Susan CROSS v. Secretary General. The hearing was chaired by Mr Christos ROZAKIS, Chair of the Tribunal.
 

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13.03.2017 - Symposium in honour of the Administrative Tribunal of the International Labour Organization
(5 May 2017, Geneva)


On 5 May 2017, the Administrative Tribunal of the International Labour Organization will hold a symposium to mark the occasion of its 90th anniversary and its 125th session to be organized in 2017. The symposium entitled “90 years of contribution to the creation of international civil service law” will take place at the headquarters of the International Labour Office in Geneva.

Following the opening ceremony, there will be three panel discussions dealing, respectively, with the various facets of the law applied by international administrative tribunals, the general principles of law that guide them and some milestones in the development of the Tribunal's case law.

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26.01.2017 - Vacancy notice: Associate Legal Officer (UNRWA Dispute Tribunal)

The UNRWA Dispute Tribunal is looking for candidates to work as Associate Legal Officer on a consultancy basis.

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12.12.2016 - The African Development Bank Group appointed Abdoulkader DILEITA MOHAMED as Executive Secretary – Head of the Administrative Tribunal

The African Development Bank announced the appointment of Abdoulkader DILEITA MOHAMED as the Executive Secretary, Head of the Administrative Tribunal, with effect from 1st September 2016.

Abdoulkader Dileita, a national of the Republic of Djibouti, previously served as the Secretary to the Bank’s Staff Appeals Committee, a position he has held since 2009. Prior to which he served as a long-term consultant in the Bank’s Legal Department from 2006 to 2008.

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The Administrative Tribunal of the Council f of Europe (ATCE), previously named the Council of Europe Appeals Board until 5 April 1994, is an international administrative court competent to hear complaints of the serving and former staff members of the Council of Europe against their employer. The Tribunal was established in 1965 and is based in Strasbourg, in France, where are located the Council of Europe’s headquarters.

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