01 May 1965
Eighteenth FICSA Council, Geneva
01 May 1964
Seventeenth FICSA Council, Vienna
FICSA's participation and recognition at inter-agency level has evolved from being a coordinating agency of several staff associations, into a fully constituted staff representative body, empowered to enter into commitments on behalf of international civil servants that it represents.
01 October 1963
Sixteenth FICSA Council, Paris
The title of "Chairman of the Executive Committee" is renamed to President of FICSA.
The title of "Executive Secretary" is renamed to General Secretary.
PAHO/WHO AMRO Staff Association become a member of the Federation.
01 October 1962
Fifteenth FICSA Council, Geneva
OECD admitted as Observer to council.
FICSA Secretariat's offices are hosted by the ILO Staff Union.
01 December 1961
Fourteenth FICSA Council, Geneva
UNICEF New Delhi applied for membership.
FICSA Secretariat's offices are based in GATT (1961-1962)
01 December 1960
Thirteenth FICSA Council, Vienna
UNRWA was admitted as a member of FICSA
Association of Former International Civil Servants (AAFI) became an associate member.
Intergovernmental Committee for European Migration (ICEM) (later known as IOM) Staff Association was granted consultative status.
01 October 1959
Twelfth FICSA Council, Rome
General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade (GATT) Staff Association (predecessor to WTO) became a member of the Federation.
Amicale became an associate member.
United International Bureaux for the Protection of Intellectual Property (predecessor to WIPO) Staff Association was granted consultative status.
01 December 1958
Eleventh FICSA Council, Paris
UNHCR had been admitted to UN Staff Association of Geneva, therefore becoming part of FICSA
01 February 1958
Tenth FICSA Council, Geneva
01 September 1957
Ninth FICSA Council, Geneva
Secretariat of FICSA is still located in the Palais des Nations, since the president of FICSA since 1955 is from the UN in Geneva.
Non-member associations seek recognition by FICSA as observer status.
15 June 1957
WHO EURO Staff Association become the 15th member of the Federation.
01 October 1956
Eight FICSA Council, Geneva
CERN attended as Observers. FICSA maintained relationship with EOEC, ESCC (European Steel and Coal Community) and NATO Customs in Brussels.
01 March 1956
Seventh FICSA Council, Geneva
20 September 1955
Sixth FICSA Council, Rome
Staff Association of ECAFE (Economic Commission for Asia and the Far East) applied for membership.
Association of Former International Civil Servants (AAFI) joined as association on observer status.
01 February 1955
Fifth FICSA Council, Geneva
20 September 1954
Fourth FICSA Council, Paris
FICSA office accommodation, filing cabinets, were provided by UN in Geneva and WHO HQ Geneva.
20 April 1954
Third FICSA Council, Geneva
FICSA was allowed to presented its views to CCAQ, who later approved a decision that the Federation can address this body and issue written statements on any matters of interest to staff representation.
Consultative Committee on Administrative Questions (CCAQ), is now known as the Chief Executives Board for Coordination (CEB), comprising of the Executive Heads of UN Common System Organizations.
20 June 1953
2nd FICSA Council, Geneva
FAO, ITU and WHO SEARO became members of the Federation.
A part-time FICSA Secretariat was formed.
20 September 1952
1st FICSA Council, Geneva
01 May 1952
Foundation of FICSA
Formation of FICSA by the Staff Associations/Unions of UN New York, UN Geneva, ILO, WMO, ICAO, UNESCO and WHO HQ Geneva.
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