International Administrative Tribunals - Call for candidates
The Administrative Tribunal of the Council of Europe (ATCE) 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 jurisdiction of the Administrative Tribunal has also been recognised by other international organisations enjoying immunity.
From 25 April 2022, the date of lodging of appeals before the Administrative Tribunal will be the date of receipt by the Registry of the duly completed appeal form, printed out and signed by hand indicating the date on which it was signed, and related documents, delivered in person in paper form, or the date of dispatch by registered post, as evidenced by the postmark.
The date of receipt of these documents in electronic form will therefore no longer be taken into account for the purposes of calculating the applicable time limits and determining the admissibility of appeals lodged with the Tribunal.
- How Should Harassment Cases Be Dealt with in International Organizations?
A Concise Guide through the Case Law of the AdministrativeTribunal of the International Labour Organization.
Dražen Petrović, Registrar of the Administrative Tribunal of the International Labour Organization (ILOAT) - in « New Challenges of EAEU Integration: the Legal Dimension », Acts of international conference organised by the Court of Justice of the Eurasian Economic Union
on 25-27 November 2020, Minsk, 2021
- 27-28 October 2022
Appeal No. 712/2022 - Fatih KIRBAS v. Secretary General
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