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THE BIRTH OF THE WEB AS SEEN BY A STAFF ASSOCIATION DELEGATE

As you certainly know by now, the web (WWW) was invented at CERN in 1989 by Tim Berners-Lee.

Tony Cass has been a member of the Staff Association since he came to CERN in 1987, appreciating its role in defending staff rights and its contributions to the running and development of CERN. Tony got elected in 2017 as a staff delegate and we are happy to count him in our ranks in the Staff Council.

Le Jardin des Particules

72nd COUNCIL OF FICSA

A delegation from the CERN Staff Association participated in the Council of the Federation of International Civil Servants' Associations (FICSA), which was held from 4 to 8 February 2019 in Vienna, Austria, in the premises of the Comprehensive Nuclear-Test-Ban Treaty Organization (CTBTO) Preparatory Commission. Participation in the Council always provides an opportunity for very enriching exchanges of experience and ideas, but it also helps to realize the progress made by some organisations on certain issues. 

Delegates' Corner

Everyone has certainly heard of the CERN Staff Association at least once in his or her career! An official CERN body whose primary purpose is to defend the economic, social, professional and moral interests of its personnel.

But the Staff Association is above all women and men, elected by YOU as staff delegates who represent YOU.

We have decided to give them the floor so that they can explain in their own words who they are and what they do.

Today we give the floor to Lynda Meichtry.

This week at the Staff Association

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