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UNAT Judgments Expected Tomorrow, WebCast Available

June 26, 2014
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(Washington, DC) – This Friday, June 27, the judges of the United Nations Appeals Tribunal (UNAT) will announce the judgments of cases heard during the current session. These outcomes will include the final decisions in the case of Government Accountability Project (GAP) client James Wasserstrom, a former U.N. Interim Administration Mission in Kosovo (UNMIK) employee. Also announced will be the outcomes in the cases of Caroline Hunt-Matthes, a former senior investigation officer with the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR), and Khalilur Rahman, a former U.N. Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD) employee. Background on these three whistleblowers' cases can be found here.

The judgments will be live streamed tomorrow at 10:00 a.m. Vienna time, or 4:00 a.m. EDT. According to the UNAT:

The public announcement will be accompanied by simultaneous interpretation in English, French and Spanish, and will be webcast over

GAP expects to provide an initial reaction to the decisions sometime on Friday.


Contact: Dylan Blaylock, GAP Communications Director
Phone: 202.457.0034, ext. 137

Government Accountability Project
The Government Accountability Project is the nation's leading whistleblower protection organization. Through litigating whistleblower cases, publicizing concerns and developing legal reforms, GAP's mission is to protect the public interest by promoting government and corporate accountability. Founded in 1977, GAP is a nonprofit, nonpartisan advocacy organization based in Washington, D.C.


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