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The Principle Of Equality Of Treatment

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Contrary to the principle of ne impediatur officia, the principle of equality of treatment is in the interest of the international civil servant personally. This aspect places the issue of the tax treatment of international civil servants beyond the realm of the privileges and immunities. This chapter provides a brief survey of the universality of the right to equal pay for equal work and is intended to set the stage for an approach whereby the issue of the taxation of the salary and emoluments of international civil servants is removed from the traditional context of privileges and immunities and treated as a concern related to a fundamental right of workers, which international organizations, as employers, must find the appropriate way to uphold.

Keywords: equality of treatment; international civil servants; ne impediatur officia; tax treatment



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