Administrative Tribunal of the International Labour Organization (ILO Tribunal)
Tribunal administratif de l'Organisation internationale du travail (TAOIT)
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1946-10-09 Geneva Switzerland
9 Oct 1946, Geneva (Switzerland), on adoption of Statute, as successor to H-XH7215 - Administrative Tribunal of the League of Nations. Functions within B-XB2183 - ILO. Statute amended: 1949; 1986; 1992; 1998; 2008; 2016. Rules of Court amended: 1953; 1957; 1972; 1984; 1991; 1993; 2011; 2014.
Hear disputes between approved organizations and their present or former staff members.
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President, Vice-President. Tribunal comprising 7 judges, all of different nationalities, appointed by the International Labour Conference for renewable 3-year terms; 3 or, exceptionally, 5 or all 7 judges may sit in each case. Holds 2 sessions a year.
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