This topic is fundamental to the work of FICSA, and is a cross-cutting theme across all the other Standing Committees.
FICSA considers that the international civil servants of the United Nations system have the same rights and freedoms that have been recognized for all human beings in the United Nations Charter, the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and the other international instruments concerning human rights adopted under the auspices of the United Nations.
FICSA also considers that international civil servants enjoy the rights set out in international labour conventions adopted by the International Labour Organization.
In 1979, FICSA adopted a resolution on the Rights of International Civil Servants.
Issues related to the management of people within organizations, focusing on policies and systems.
Issues related to monetary benefits offered by the employer to its employees for meeting expenditures.
Issues related to rules, regulations and laws.
Staff Safety and Security
Issues related to the functioning of the security management system
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FICSA represents the interests and defends the rights of international civil servants in interagency bodies and legislative organs of the common system.
30 Full Members, 18 Members with Associate Status, 38 Members with Consultative or Observer Status
International civil servants
defending staff rights