ILO Administrative Tribunal

The Administrative Tribunal of the International Labour Organization is the heir of the Administrative Tribunal of the League of Nations, which was competent from 1927 to 1946 to hear complaints against the Secretariat of the League of Nations and against the International Labour Office. Since 1947 the Tribunal has heard complaints from serving and former officials of the International Labour Office and of the other international organisations that have recognized its jurisdiction. It is currently open to more than 58,000 international civil servants who are serving or former officials of 57 international organisations. The Tribunal is composed of seven judges, all of different nationalities, who are appointed for a renewable period of three years. The Tribunal's case law comprises over 4,300 judgments, available in English and in French. More

What's new?

  1. 131st Session (second part) - results
  2. End-of-year closure
  3. Judgments of the first part of 131st Session
  4. Video recording of the delivery of judgments of the first part of 131st Session
  5. 131st Session (first part) - results
  6. Recognition of the Tribunal's jurisdiction by the Pacific Community (SPC)
  7. 131st Session
  8. Judgments of the 130th Session
  9. End of the term of office of Judge Kreins
  10. Amendment to the Tribunal's Rules
  11. Filing of written submissions during the COVID-19 crisis
  12. In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Director-General of the ILO has decided to introduce mandatory teleworking for all staff at ILO headquarters and restrict access to the building as of 16 March 2020. The Tribunal’s Registry is subject to these measures and will not be able to receive regular mail with hard copies of the written submissions. However, contact by email will remain operational throughout this period and the Registry will try to reply to all requests and messages.
  13. Recognition and withdrawal of the recognition of the Tribunal's jurisdiction
  14. Election of the President and Vice-President of the Tribunal
  15. On 17 June 2019 the International Labour Conference decided to renew the appointment of Judge Patrick Frydman for a term of 3 years.
  16. Amendment to the Tribunal's Rules
  17. NEW: Guide to the procedure before the Tribunal
  18. NEW: Forms for applications for interpretation, execution and review
  19. To order our last publication
  20. Publication: 90 years of contribution of the Administrative Tribunal of the International Labour Organization to the creation of international civil service law