Photo of Addis Ababa, Ethiopia taken from the UN offices at ECA.
A view from the offices of the ECA in Addis Ababa where OSLA has an office.

WHO OSLA HELPS

If you are a United Nations staff member or former staff member, or the representative of a deceased staff member, OSLA may be able to assist you. See the complete list of UN entities whose staff have recourse to OSLA.

To request help, contact OSLA.

WHO OSLA CAN’T HELP

OSLA regrets that it is unable to provide assistance to Individual Contractors, gratis personnel, interns, United Nations Volunteers and casual daily workers (CDWs), or the staff members of UN entities not listed at the above link.

If in doubt about whether or not OSLA can assist you, contact OSLA.

Photo of Mariam Munang in her office
“From my desk in New York I am connected to clients in various duty stations. With plenty of communication tools available, including Skype, WhatsApp and old-fashioned telephone, no one is too far away to have a consultation with me. Whether to answer a quick question or to counsel on a complex matter, I am available. With each client bringing with them their unique set of circumstances, I am constantly challenged to achieve the best possible outcome for every client.”

Mariam Munang, OSLA Legal Officer

OSLA is available to assist over 75,000 staff of UN system entities