Where can I find information about the United Nation's Staff Union?
Last Updated: Aug 18, 2017
The United Nations Staff Union (UNSU) is the labour union representing New York Secretariat staff, locally recruited staff in the field, and staff members of UN Information Centers. All staff members are automatic members. The Union’s duties and operations are defined in the Statute and Regulations of the United Nations Staff Union (adopted by referendum on 14 December 2007).
Older versions of the Statute and Rules (files attached below):
- Statute and Rules of the Staff Union of the United Nations Secretariat (revised 10 May 2001)
- Statute and Rules of the Staff Union of the United Nations Secretariat (1993)
- Statute and Rules of the Staff Union of the United Nations Secretariat (July 1978)
- Statute and Rules of the Staff Association of the United Nations Secretariat (1956)
- Statute of the Staff Association of the United Nations Secretariat adopted 26 April 1950 (hard copy in Library collection)
In 2011 the Joint Inspection Unit (JIU) published a report on Staff-management relations within the United Nations (JIU/REP/2011/10). This was complemented in 2012 by a report on Staff-management relations in the United Nations specialized agencies and common system (JIU/REP/2012/10).
Further information can be found on the Staff Union’s public website.
Other UN Staff Unions, Associations and Federations:
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