Staff Association of the WHO Regional Office for Europe
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with the title Staff Association of the European Region of the World Health Organization -- Association du personnel de la Région européenne de l'Organisation mondiale de la santé, to represent staff members of B-XB3548 - WHO European Region. Statutes adopted 10 May 1984; amended: 13 May 1986, 8 Dec 1988, 8 May 1990, 24 Nov 1994, 23 Nov 1995, 4 May 1999; 27 Jan 2004. Also referred to as as WHO/EUR Staff Association, Copenhagen.
Promote the welfare, interests and career development of all staff, both collectively and individually, to safeguard their rights and to foster conditions in which staff of the region can work harmoniously and effectively, while helping the Organization in attaining the aims set out in its constitution; ensure that the terms and conditions of service of all staff accord with the principles established in the constitution of WHO and in the staff regulations and rules and other provisions applicable to staff, providing always that such principles and provisions are not deemed to conflict with the rights, interests and welfare of staff.
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