This paper by Alanna O’Malley explores how certain turning points since 1945 have influenced, both directly and indirectly, the development of the international civil service.
In this paper, Kate Gilmore talks about a set of dynamics that across the UN can contribute to a climate of fear, where there should be confidence.
In this paper, Bruce Jenks looks at what leadership means in the highly complex environment in which the United Nations operates.
In this piece, Karen Gram-Skjoldager charts six crucial milestones in the early history of the International Civil Service and argues its fundamental cornerstones were internationality, independence, and loyalty.
In this paper Mona Ali Khalil explains why the UN must undertake three crucial actions regarding respect for the law and the truth: redefining impartiality, upholding integrity and protecting independence.
In this piece Fabrizio Hochschild argues that moral courage, as revealed by Dag Hammarskjöld both in his words and deeds, is essential in upholding the principles and norms of the UN.