Judgment No. 27
THE TRIBUNAL ORDERS THE ORGANISATION TO PAY TO THE COMPLAINANT, AS COMPENSATION FOR THE MORAL PREJUDICE SUFFERED BY HER, A SUM OF US $1000, AND REJECTS ALL OF THE COMPLAINANT'S OTHER CLAIMS.
"The facts previous to the engagement of the complainant by the defendant organisation have already been the subject of a decision by the United Nations Administrative Tribunal and may therefore not be considered, in keeping with the principle of res judicata pro veritate habetur."
res judicata; judgment of the tribunal; unat
"The only fault which can be attributed to the organisation is that it did not establish [...] clearly and precisely [the responsibility of the complainant in certain incidents] but left open to grave doubt the reasons which motivated the failure to re-engage the complainant [...]. The complainant should therefore be awarded an indemnity in compensation for the moral prejudice resulting from the equivocal explanation given of the failure to re-engage her, for which prejudice the award of a sum of US $1,000 will give her full relief."
complaint allowed in part; grounds; injury; moral injury; professional injury; amount; contract; fixed-term; non-renewal of contract; material damages