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The United Nations Appeals Tribunal (“Tribunal”) RECALLING that on 6 June 2010, the Tribunal ordered pursuant to Article 18 of its Rules of Procedure, that an oral hearing shall be held in the case of Muthuswami et al. vs. the United Nations Joint Staff Pension Board, on Tuesday, 22 June 2010, at 3 p.m. at the United Nations Headquarters in New York, Conference Room 10 of the North Lawn Building; and that the parties, should they wish to request leave to present additional evidence, shall file and serve their respective requests on the opposing party no later than 10 June 2010; NOTING the parties’ submissions in response to its Order of 6 June 2010; NOTING the request by the United Nations Joint Staff Pension Board (“Pension Board”) to call as an expert witness Mr.
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Score: 433621.63 - www.un.org/en/internalj...orders/order-unat-2010-002.pdf
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Miguel Longone requests the Appeals Tribunal to hold an oral on both appeals; CONSIDERING that oral submissions will assist the Appeals Tribunal in the expeditious and fair disposal of these cases; ORDER, pursuant to Article 18 of the Rules of Procedure of the Appeals Tribunal, that a combined oral hearing shall be held in the Courtroom of the Office of Administration of Justice, 730 3rd Avenue (Teacher’s building), 7th floor, in New York, on Wednesday, 19 June 2013, at 9:30 am; INFORM the parties that the timetable of the hearing shall be as follows, subject to adjustments where appropriate: 9:30 - 9:35 Introductory statement by the Presiding Judge and appearances of the parties (5 minutes) 9:35 - 9:50 Submissions by Mr.
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Score: 433621.63 - www.un.org/en/internalj...orders/order-unat-2013-138.pdf
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Staff members at UNHCR can access the network from any workstation, and, furthermore, persons who are not necessarily UNHCR staff members have free access to the building at lunchtime to eat in the cafeteria. (...) UNDT/2011/056 Page 9 of 15 person logged in to the email account for the “fairhonnest2006@yahoo.com” address, and it has not been established that it was the Applicant who accessed it; (x) the particular configuration of his computer could give the impression that the Applicant himself had logged in to his professional email account, when in fact he had not; (xi) IGO did not take action to obtain the recordings of the surveillance cameras posted at the entrances to the building, though the investigation had established that the Applicant had entered the UNHCR building via the garage and taken the lift at 1.28 p.m.; f. (...) Later, he stated that he had left the UNHCR building on that day to do some shopping, then returned via the garage to put his purchases in his car and took the lift at 1.28 p.m., which, he claims, makes it impossible for him to have been in his office at 1.19 p.m.
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Score: 432425.34 - www.un.org/en/internalj...t/judgments/undt-2011-056e.pdf
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The Applicant entered the service of the United Nations in February 1995 as Officer-in-Charge (OIC) of ECA’s Building Management Unit at the P4 1evel. In June 2004 he was promoted to Chief of the Facilities Management Section at the P5 level. 3. (...) He conceded that he contracted with United Nations vendors to build a private house. He allowed his brother access to his office to use email facilities. (...) The Applicant did not deny that he contracted with Elmi and Varnero to have a private building constructed when at the same time these two companies were United Nations vendors.
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Score: 428355.27 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2013-070.pdf
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Under the “Experience” qualifications, both JOs required “[a]t least 4 years [of experience] following completion of a first level university degree or two (02) years [of experience] following completion of an advanced university degree of progressively responsible experience in the field of inter-communal relations, community development, peace-building, or program management, or related area”. 5. (...) Under the “Experience” qualifications, both JOs required “[a]t least 4 years [of experience] following completion of a first level university degree or two (02) years [of experience] following completion of an advanced university degree of progressively responsible experience in the field of inter-communal relations, community development, peace-building, or program management, or related area”. 5.
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Score: 426929.5 - www.un.org/en/internalj...s/undt/orders/gva-2017-223.pdf
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Under the “Experience” qualifications, both JOs required “[a]t least 4 years [of experience] following completion of a first level university degree or two (02) years [of experience] following completion of an advanced university degree of progressively responsible experience in the field of inter-communal relations, community development, peace-building, or program management, or related area”. 5. (...) Under the “Experience” qualifications, both JOs required “[a]t least 4 years [of experience] following completion of a first level university degree or two (02) years [of experience] following completion of an advanced university degree of progressively responsible experience in the field of inter-communal relations, community development, peace-building, or program management, or related area”. 5.
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Score: 426929.5 - www.un.org/en/internalj...s/undt/orders/gva-2017-228.pdf
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iii) develop a detailed work plan on the building blocks for the TOR provided by his supervisor to submit his e-PAS according to the applicable rules and regulations. 46 See paragraphs 50 and 51 of the Respondent’s Reply dated 17 July 2008. (...) Despite this, the Applicant was unable to expand on those building blocks with concrete actions and indicators for success and he expected the Director of DELC to let him know “what actions he would have undertaken to implement the TOR.”48 63. The Respondent submits that as a senior advisor to the Director as well as to the five units of the Division on matters of governance, the Applicant was expected to effectively own his work agenda and develop it by himself with a view to implementation, in line with agreed building blocks, as did all other staff in the Division. 64.
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Score: 424056.93 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2009-088.pdf
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PAINTER, Presiding Judge in the Appellant’s case, NOTING the appeal filed by the Appellant with the Joint Appeals Board of the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East (UNRWA) on 9 November 2008; NOTING that the Appellant resubmitted her appeal on 30 September 2009;1 NOTING that the case was transferred to the United Nations Appeals Tribunal following the abolition of the former Administrative Tribunal at the end of 2009; NOTING that UNRWA and the Secretary-General submitted Respondent’s Answers on 13 February 20102 and 29 July 20103, respectively; NOTING that on 12 August 2010, the Appellant filed an additional submission; NOTING that the Appellant requests the Appeals Tribunal to hold an oral hearing; CONSIDERING that oral submissions will assist the Appeals Tribunal in the expeditious and fair disposal of the present case; NOTING that the Appellant requests the non-disclosure of her identity during the proceedings before the Appeals Tribunal; CONSIDERING that the Appellant’s case involves sensitive information which justifies the non-disclosure of the Appellant’s identity; ORDER, under Article 18 of the Rules of Procedure of the Appeals Tribunal, that an oral hearing shall be held at the United Nations Headquarters in New York, ECOSOC Chamber in the North Lawn Building, on Monday, 25 October 2010, at 10 a.m.; 1 On 30 June 2009, UNRWA, in accordance with Article 7(1) of the former Administrative Tribunal’s Statute and pursuant to a request by the Appellant, agreed to submit the case directly to the former Administrative Tribunal.
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Score: 416346.5 - www.un.org/en/internalj...orders/order-unat-2010-017.pdf
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Sometime in 2010, the building where UNFPA was housed was to be demolished because it did not meet some of the construction standards in Mongolia; thus, UNFPA had to evacuate the building and relocate to another structure. (...) In the process of relocating to a new building, it was found that the temporary location did not have sufficient storage and, additionally, that while at the old building UNFPA was using some shipping containers for storage, the same was not available in the new building. Furthermore, due to the ongoing construction at the old building, access to the containers was restricted.
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Score: 410810.06 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2019-015.pdf
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On 20 July 2016, the Applicant, a former Security Assistant at the G-3 level with the United Nations Mission in South Sudan (“UNMISS”), filed an application contesting the decision to summarily dismiss him for misconduct, namely for: (a) participating in an attempt to take, without authorization, building materials belonging to the Organization; and (b) being reckless or grossly negligent in the execution of his duties as a Security Assistant, in that he assisted another individual to load UNMISS building materials onto a private truck, when the Applicant either knew or ought to have known that there was no authorization to do so. 2.
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Score: 410173.14 - www.un.org/en/internalj...es/undt/orders/ny-2017-243.pdf
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