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The Applicant, a former Director of the Global Partnership to End Violence Against Children with the United Nations Children's Fund (“UNICEF”), contests the decisions (a) to issue a written reprimand against her and (b) not to renew her fixed- term appointment beyond 31 December 2018. 2. (...) [PN], a convicted felon for [pedophilia], whilst [she was] the Director of the Global Partnership to End Violence Against Children, without informing UNICEF, amounts to serious Case No. (...) [PN], a convicted felon for pedophilia, whilst [she was] the Director of the Global Partnership to End Violence Against Children, without informing UNICEF, amounts to serious negligence, and has placed UNICEF’s reputation at significant peril” and her “conduct falls short of that expected of an international civil servant”.
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Score: 878302.7 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2020-084.pdf
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On 21 October 2011, the COP issued decision 6/COP.10 with respect to the Governance and institutional arrangements of the Global Mechanism. In it, the COP recalled that the appointment and recruitment of staff of the Global Mechanism is done under the Rules and Regulations of IFAD and decided that the accountability and legal representation of the Global Mechanism shall be transferred from IFAD to the UNCCD Secretariat. 7. (...) The Applicant stressed that the only policies and procedures ever applied by the Global Mechanism were those of IFAD. He requested to be reinstated in his previous position of Managing Director of the Global Case No. (...) It was motivated by the major reorganization of the Global Mechanism, by which the administration of Global Mechanism staff was shifted from IFAD to UNCCD.
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Score: 825729.5 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2013-065.pdf
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After Koumoin’s position was transferred to the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), Bureau of Development Policy (BDP), Global Environmental Facility (GEF), his appointment was extended until 30 June 2006. (...) THE UNITED NATIONS APPEALS TRIBUNAL Judgment No. 2011-UNAT-119 7 of 10 26. Protection against retaliation is provided in the detailed guidelines contained in ST/SGB/2005/21. (...) After receiving the complaint of retaliation, a preliminary review is conducted of the complaint to determine “if (i) the complainant engaged in a protected activity; and (ii) there is a prima facie case that the protected activity was a contributing factor in causing the alleged retaliation or threat of retaliation”.
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Score: 754005.27 - www.un.org/en/internalj...at/judgments/2011-unat-119.pdf
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As to sexual harassment, the UNDT considered that relevant factors (such as whether the behaviour of the offender was objectively unlawful or harsh, fearful, repetitive, persistent, intolerable and incompatible with a direct and continuous supervision of the victim), especially if combined, deserved the maximal sanction, i.e. the offender’s dismissal or separation; however, absent globally those factors, the sanction should be milder, especially when like in Mr. (...) The UNDT properly found that the misconduct took place outside of the workplace and had limited impact on the work environment, as well as without ill intent by Mr. (...) The second and broader one has the preventative aim of promoting a positive work environment and preventing inappropriate behaviour in the workplace. 42.
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Score: 744480.86 - www.un.org/en/internalj...t/judgments/2021-UNAT-1171.pdf
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On the express instructions of the President of the Republic of Côte d’Ivoire and the Government of Côte d'Ivoire, I have the honor to confirm my agreement to reinstatement with promotion to the D-2 level as Executive Director based in New York of the Global Environment Fund of [Applicant] in compensation for the loss suffered by our national in case UNDT/NBI/2009/034 before the United Nations Administrative Tribunal in Nairobi, Kenya. (...) Another filing by the Applicant is a letter dated 9 December 2010 from Alexandre Assemien of the Ivory Coast Ministry of Planning and Development to the Applicant. 6 The letter, titled “Reintegration as Executive Director of the Global Environment Unit within UNDP in New York”, describes the aftermath of that intervention as follows: Following the audience/working meeting that you had with the Senior Minister in Charge of Planning and Development in connection with the above mentioned subject, and after review of the case file that you submitted to us, we contacted the Office of the Administrator of the United Nations Development Program.
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Score: 741328.03 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2017-083.pdf
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On 15 February 2005, the Applicant was extended for five months when his position was transferred to UNDP, Bureau of Development Policy (BDP), Global Environmental Facility (GEF) with a functional title of GEF Regional Coordinator, Regional Technical Advisor, Energy and Climate Change, West and Central Africa. (...) However, the United Nations Central Ethics Office denied him protection as whistleblower to which he was entitled. 58. (...) In addition, the Applicant requests the UNDT to order (i) his reinstatement with direct promotion to the D-2 level as the new UNDP-GEF Executive Coordinator and Director of Environmental Finance; (ii) retroactive payment of salary at the D-1 level from July 2006 through June 2007 and at the D-2 level from June 2007 until date of assumption of duty; (iii) that all negative performance evaluations be expunged from the Applicant’s personnel file; (iv) that the judgment be inserted in his file; (v) all applicant benefits be reimbursed to him including children’s education expenses for the year 2006; (vi) that the Secretary-General apologize to the Applicant; and (vii) that the Applicant be awarded financial compensation in the amount of four years of pensionable salary.
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Score: 723299.7 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2010-105.pdf
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On 26 November 2012, the Applicant filed an application with the United Nations Dispute Tribunal (UNDT) contesting the decision to introduce the Global Classification Standard (GCS) for General Service (GS) positions in Montreal. (...) This resulted in a harmonised approach to job classification for GS positions globally. 13. The following facts are taken from the Appeals Tribunal’s Judgment No. 2015-UNAT-555: 6. (...) Pedicelli requested management evaluation of the decision to “reclassify and/or downgrade [her] salary scale level from G7 to G6 due to the introduction of the Global Classification Standard for General Services positions” at the SCBD in Montreal.
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Score: 719117 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2016-188.pdf
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Finally, she has followed up in detail on the findings of the 2008 Global Staff Survey as it pertained to CO Kigali, notably in terms of addressing local staff concerns in regard to participation in decision-making processes, promotion and information-sharing. (...) This was done by the establishment of the Inspection Mission, which extensively examined both the working environment and the management of the BO Kigali operation. (...) UNDT/2015/120 Page 21 of 30 Operation Plan for 2010, and the findings of the 2008 Global Survey. 61. The Tribunal is of the view that it was not within the mandate of the Investigation Team to justify or compare its findings with another fact finding mission that essentially looked into the same issues.
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Score: 719115.5 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2015-120.pdf
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While sexual harassment is particularly serious when it has consequences on work activities or the work environment, the existence of such consequences is not a constituent element of UNHCR’s definition of sexual harassment. (...) The Tribunal also notes that staff members’ obligations under staff regulations 1.2(a), (b) and (f) are not limited to the work environment but also apply in a certain way to their private lives. (...) These factors, especially if combined, deserve the maximal sanction, that is the offender’s dismissal or separation. 59. However, absent globally those factors the sanction should be milder, especially when, like in the present case, none of them occurred. 60.
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Score: 714057.8 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2020-189.pdf
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On 28 May 2020, the UNDT issued Order No. 103 (the Order) extending the time for filing an application to 24 July 2020, holding that “as the circumstances facing global populations are unusual, the Tribunal is minded to exercise a degree of leniency with the deadline for the filing of this application.” 1 Abdalla v. (...) Finally, the Secretary-General also argued that there was no evidence that the circumstances relied upon by the UNDT to grant the motion, presumably the global pandemic, specifically prevented Mr. Abdalla from electronically and remotely filing his application in a timely fashion. (...) Abdalla also submitted that the disruptions occasioned by the global pandemic, namely internet outages, made it difficult for him to file the Motion on time. 18.
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Score: 700615.23 - www.un.org/en/internalj...t/judgments/2021-UNAT-1078.pdf
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