Professor C.F. Amerasinghe
CAIO is honoured to welcome Professor C.F. Amerasinghe, former Judge, UN Administrative Tribunal, Full Professor of Law at the University of Ceylon, Sri Lanka and author of the authoritative text, "The Law of the International Civil Service". As a former UN Administrative Tribunal Judge, Professor Amerasinghe is well placed to assess the UN's internal legal system. He continues to work on updating the only textbook in the field of the law of the international civil service. His expertise in international law and international civil service law is much appreciated.
CAIO is a not-for-profit, non-governmental organisation, supported through donations raised through the Fundraising Advisory Committee, Michael Green and Roy Damary.
Michael Green is a Swiss based British journalist, lecturer and communications consultant. He has been a staff writer, correspondent and editor for several major publications, and has written and edited specialist books, films and videos on a variety of subjects.
Born in London, Michael Green was educated at Oakham and Rugby Schools. He attended the University of St Andrews, Scotland, and the Sorbonne in Paris, graduating in English and French literature.
He is particularly noted for his in-depth interviews with leading personalities, including heads of state, world political and business leaders, prominent artists and performers. He has worked in over fifty countries. To learn more about the Anglo-Suisse Artistic Foundation,
Head of Buiness Studies, Director of Doctoral Program, Robert Kennedy University, Zurich, Switzerland. Dr. Damary has an M.A. in Engineering Science with First Class Honours from Oxford Zurich, Switzerland, and an MBA from Harvard Business School Head of Business Studies, Director of Doctoral Program, Robert Kennedy University, Zurich, Switzerland. While pursuing a business career through Technomic Consultants SA, Geneva, he obtained a PhD from Lausanne University in 2000, in economic reforms in Russia including the emergence of modern Russian business practice. Roy Damary combines practical consultancy and running his own business with academic management and teaching experience in marketing, accounting and finance, and entrepreneurship.
Dr Damary taught business development, marketing, accounting and finance courses at Webster University from 1986 to 1994 He is now developing an initiative to encourage best practice in business, through the Foundation for Excellence in Business Practice,
Special Thanks to...
The Directors of CAIO wish to thank the following organisations for their support and collaboration:
- The Amsterdam International Law Clinic, http://www.jur.uva.nl/ailc/
- Staff Associations and Staff Unions of International Organisations and their umbrella organisation, FISCA, the Federation of International Civil Servants' Association, http://www.ficsa.org/
- The Geneva Bar Association, http://www.odage.ch/
- The International Commission of Jurists, http://www.icj.org/
- The Oak Foundation's Human Rights Programme, http://www.oakfnd.org/activities/humanrights.php
- Doughty Street Chambers, London, with particular thanks to Justice Geoffrey Robertson Q.C., http://www.doughtystreet.co.uk/
- Schwab, Flaherty, Hassberger and Crausaz.