On 1st and 2nd October 2015, the third annual International Administrative Law (“IAL”) Centre of Excellence conference took place at King’s College, London, where delegates represented 26 international organisations, including the World Bank, the EU, UNIDO, EPO, WHO, WTO, EBRD, AsDB, IAEA, OECD and OECD.
The IAL Centre of Excellence annual conference brought together international civil servants, union representatives, independent lawyers and lawyers for human resources and management, academics, and others interested in IAL from around the world, with a view to shaping and improving this area of the law.
The conference topics included recent developments in IAL, the concept of fairness, whistleblower protection at the UN, updates on legal insurance and class actions, the EU courts and violation of Article 6 ECHR.
The conference culminated with the presentation of the second version (2015) of the IAL Centre of Excellence’s Internal Justice of International Organisation Legitimacy Index. The 2015 version of the Index comprises of 28 international organisations of different sizes and from different continents, and ranks the internal justice systems of international organisations against one another with reference to customary international human rights law and general principles of international law.
Access the 2015 Index and more general information on the IAL Centre of Excellence
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The initiative was a very good one.But the premodial goal of this recent development is to control the arbtrariness of the administration against its subordinates.I hope next conference will help us handle the question of equality of parties before the administrative judge.
Many thanks and kind regards