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LATEST NEWS!
Save the date!  AFICS/NY Annual Assembly will take place on Thursday, 4 June 2015. Reception will follow. See details and note change in conference room number and starting time of reception.

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Latest posting
-  20 May 2015: message from
   FICSA


-  12 May 2015: important
    information
on Pension
    Fund & Proposed MoU
-  17 April 2015
    - Town Hall of 16/04/2015
     -- webcast
     -- transcript (English)
     -- transcript (French)
     -- UNJSPF organigram
     -- 
AFICS/NY Action on
        Pension Fund issues

-  12 April 2015
-  10 April 2015
-   8 April 2015
-   previous

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The Association of Former International Civil Servants in New York (AFICS/NY) was established at United Nations Headquarters in New York in 1970.

The mission of AFICS/NY is to support and promote the purposes principles and programmes of the United Nations organizations; to advise and assist former international civil servants and those about to separate from service; to represent the interests of its members within the system; to foster social and personal relationships among members, to promote their well being and to encourage mutual support of individual members. For membership eligibility click on By-Laws.

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On the proposal of the Governing Board, honorary membership of the Association may be granted, by the Assembly, to individuals who have rendered meritorious service to the Association or to the United Nations system.

A member may resign from the Association effective at the end of a calendar year by submitting a written communication to that effect.


FAFICS is a Federation of 52 member Associations of Former International Civil Servants of organizations and agencies of the United Nations system located in all regions of the world. The Federation was established in 1975 and has offices at the UN Headquarters in Geneva and New York.

Visit the FAFICS website http://www.fafics.org/