Ethical Standards in the International Civil Service

Julejda Gërxhi


International civil service relies on some traditional principles of public administration which are: competence, integrity, impartiality, independence and discretion. Based on these principles of international civil servants should be placed in the motto to serve the observance of fundamental rights, economic and social progress and international cooperation. Ethical values embodied by the Organization of the United Nations, should also be a guide for international civil servants to focus all of their activities, to maintain respect for social justice, dignity and human values, respect for the equal rights of large and small nations. This project aims to: Firstly, handling ethical standards in the international civil service, highlighting a positive and active approach to their respect by national laws, who should feel responsible for contributing to the ideals in which they should be involved in implementing the dedication. Secondly, the awareness of civil servants that respect ethical standards ensures the fact that international civil service will continue to be an effective instrument in fulfilling its responsibilities and fulfill the aspirations of the public worldwide

DOI: 10.5901/mjss.2014.v5n20p892

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