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The terms of reference specified: THE UNITED NATIONS APPEALS TRIBUNAL Judgment No. 2012-UNAT-236 5 of 13 [T]he incumbent leads the elaboration and implementation of a strategic vision and a related programme of work of UNODC/TPB in the field of nuclear, chemical and biological terrorism and related and emerging topics. (...) More specifically, the incumbent, within the delegated authority, is responsible for the following duties: - Develop, in close consultation with the Specialized Terrorism Prevention Unit, a programme of work for UNODC/TPB in the area of nuclear, chemical and biological terrorism; - Lead the mobilization of extra-budgetary resources necessary for the implementation of the programme of work including by … elaborating funding proposals in the area of nuclear, chemical and biological terrorism, by undertaking substantive consultations with representatives of possible donor countries and by continuous follow up regarding funding opportunities; - Contribute … to integrating activities in the area of countering nuclear, biological and chemical terrorism in the development of UNODC’s regional and country- specific programmes; - Initiate, maintain and develop partnerships and undertake joint activities in the area of countering nuclear, biological and chemical terrorism with relevant organizations and other stakeholders…; - Design, organize and execute expert working group meetings on specific subjects in the area of nuclear, biological and chemical terrorism; - Provide continuous advice to the Chief of the Branch relating to UNODC/TPB activities in the area of countering nuclear, chemical and biological terrorism; - Provide, upon request, specialized policy, strategy, programme and legal advice and technical input to UNODC senior management and the Chief of TPB upon management request more broadly on complex legal and related substantive issues of terrorism prevention, for setting and guiding policy approaches, programme content and implementation strategies, including advice on and interpretations of the universal instruments against terrorism, other international treaties governed by the public international law and United Nations resolutions for the prevention and suppression of terrorism, including UNGA and Security Council resolutions; and on legal provisions, draft legal provisions, resolutions and draft resolutions on thematic areas relevant to countering terrorism; - Provide, upon management request and in consultation with the Specialized Terrorism Prevention Unit and the Regional and National Terrorism Prevention THE UNITED NATIONS APPEALS TRIBUNAL Judgment No. 2012-UNAT-236 6 of 13 Unit, specialized policy, strategy, programme and legal advice to Government officials for setting and guiding national policies, strategies and implementation plans for fulfilling the international legal obligations in counter-terrorism and facilitating related cooperation among countries in the light of public international and constitutional law and in the context of comparative criminal law; - Contribute, upon management request and in consultation with the Specialized Terrorism Prevention Unit and the Regional and National Terrorism Prevention Unit, to the delivery of technical assistance to requesting countries, in particular in the area of nuclear, chemical and biological terrorism and other topics as assigned; - Contribute … to the development of new capacity building initiatives with regard to the area of nuclear, biological and chemical terrorism… 21.
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Score: 1045785.3 - www.un.org/en/internalj...at/judgments/2012-unat-236.pdf
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The terms of reference specified: [T]he incumbent leads the elaboration and implementation of a strategic vision and a related programme of work of UNODC/TPB in the field of nuclear, chemical and biological terrorism and related and emerging topics. (...) More specifically, the incumbent, within the delegated authority, is responsible for the following duties: - Develop, in close consultation with the Specialized Terrorism Prevention Unit, a programme of work for UNODC/TPB in the area of nuclear, chemical and biological terrorism; - Lead the mobilization of extra-budgetary resources necessary for the implementation of the programme of work including by … elaborating funding proposals in the area of nuclear, chemical and biological terrorism, by undertaking substantive consultations with representatives of possible donor countries and by continuous follow up regarding funding opportunities; - Contribute … to integrating activities in the area of countering nuclear, biological and chemical terrorism in the development of UNODC’s regional and country-specific programmes; Case No. (...) According to these terms of reference, the duties of the Senior Legal Adviser included the elaboration and implementation of a programme of work in the field of nuclear, chemical and biological terrorism, the provision of legal advice, specialized expertise and technical assistance to UNODC and TPB management and countries, the mobilization of extra-budgetary resources, the development of partnerships and the organization of working group meetings in the field of nuclear, chemical and biological terrorism. 60.
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Score: 1041718.8 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2011-142.pdf
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By application filed on 8 July 2014, the Applicant, the Coordinator, Strategic Approach to International Chemicals Management (“SAICM”), Chemicals Branch, Division of Technology, Industry and Economics, United Nations Environment Programme (“UNEP”) (P-5), requests the suspension of action, pending management evaluation, of the “implied decision” not to extend her fixed-term appointment (“FTA”), expiring on 10 July 2014. (...) Indeed, following discussions, the Applicant had agreed to a lateral move to a new position as Senior Programme Officer within the Chemicals Branch, Division of Technology, Industry and Economics, UNEP, post No. 607063, hence the instant application comes as a surprise; c.
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Score: 993174.3 - www.un.org/en/internalj...s/undt/orders/gva-2014-104.pdf
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The latter confirmed the Applicant’s reassignment in an email of 11 December 2009, stating: Your main functions would be to develop an expanded TPB programme of work in the area of nuclear, chemical and biological Case No. UNDT/GVA/2011/024 Judgment No. (...) The following “main outputs/activities” were enumerated in this work plan: – Serve as TPB’s focal point for overall guidance and take the lead in the area of countering nuclear, chemical and biological terrorism … – Contribute to the development, pilot-test and integrate in TPB’s overall TA delivery a comprehensive legal counter-terrorism training curriculum for criminal justice officials in the area of nuclear, biological, and chemical terrorism … – Contribute to the development of an on-line training and follow-up Action Plan, through the establishment of a TPB on-line platform … – Take the lead in the area of operational partnerships, undertake joint activities and provide input for activities in the area of countering nuclear, biological and chemical terrorism … with … relevant organizations … – Set up and follow up on relevant partnership arrangements and elaborate related concept papers … – Maintain a roster of substantive experts and national officers in the area of biological, chemical and nuclear terrorism for provision of external expertise and participation in UNODC/TPB activities … – Provide legal advice on the mandate of the Branch … – Advise on and interpret for the Branch legal provisions, including those contained in the legal instruments for the suppression and prevention of terrorism … – Fund raising … 52. (...) The goals listed in the work plan are the following: – elaborating a programme of work for UNODC/TPB in the area of chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear terrorism; – leading the mobilization of extra-budgetary resources necessary for the implementation of the programme of work; – initiating and maintaining partnerships in the area of countering chemical, biological and nuclear terrorism; – contributing to the development of the TPB curriculum initiative in respect of chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear terrorism; – providing guidance for and contributing to the delivery of TPB technical assistance; – providing policy advice to the Chief of TPB and Director of DTA; – performing managerial responsibilities related to the 2009-2010 performance cycle not yet completed. 54.
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Score: 989400.6 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2011-178.pdf
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Diab was admitted to hospital for pneumonia and severe bronchospasm due to inhalation of chemicals. However, the UNRWA Administration subsequently determined that adequate precautions had been taken before the spraying of the insecticide and that Ms.
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Score: 820197.7 - www.un.org/en/internalj...orders/order-unat-2014-203.pdf
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Multiple Challenges; Multiple Solutions Multiple Challenges; Multiple Challenges; Multiple Solutions Multiple Solutions KajKaj MadsenMadsen Chemicals BranchChemicals Branch DTIEDTIE UNEPUNEP Global Policy ChallengesGlobal Policy Challenges No global consensus on the cost of No global consensus on the cost of inaction on chemicals managementinaction on chemicals management Effects of chemicals production and use Effects of chemicals production and use has not been described in economic has not been described in economic language of key financial decision makers language of key financial decision makers Chemicals management has not Chemicals management has not adequately been linked with sustainable adequately been linked with sustainable developmentdevelopment National ChallengesNational Challenges Balance risks and benefits when making Balance risks and benefits when making national decisionsnational decisions Lack of financial resources for chemicals Lack of financial resources for chemicals managementmanagement Lack of coherent legislation and coordination between Lack of coherent legislation and coordination between ministriesministries Lack of institutional, technical and legal capacities for Lack of institutional, technical and legal capacities for development, implementation and enforcement of development, implementation and enforcement of legislationlegislation Lack of information and awareness of the impacts of Lack of information and awareness of the impacts of chemicals on the environment and healthchemicals on the environment and health Solutions Solutions Lack of financial resources for chemicals Lack of financial resources for chemicals managementmanagement Integration of sound management of Integration of sound management of chemicals into development plans chemicals into development plans (mainstreaming) to ensure:(mainstreaming) to ensure: Multilateral fundingMultilateral funding Bilateral fundingBilateral funding National fundingNational funding SolutionsSolutions Lack of coherent legislation and coordination Lack of coherent legislation and coordination between ministriesbetween ministries Development of national government Development of national government coordination structurescoordination structures Consolidated and coordinated Consolidated and coordinated international approach to assist developing international approach to assist developing countries in building the necessary countries in building the necessary infrastructure and legislationinfrastructure and legislation Public participation and stakeholder Public participation and stakeholder involvementinvolvement Lack of institutional, technical and legal capacities for Lack of institutional, technical and legal capacities for development, implementation and enforcement of development, implementation and enforcement of legislationlegislation Need for central ministerial institutions Need for central ministerial institutions responsible for the technical and legal work on responsible for the technical and legal work on government policies on chemicalsgovernment policies on chemicals Assessment of chemicalsAssessment of chemicals Issuing authorizationsIssuing authorizations Running registers on chemicalsRunning registers on chemicals Participating in international meetingsParticipating in international meetings Implementing Implementing MEAsMEAs on chemicalson chemicals Need for enforcement agencies, custom controls Need for enforcement agencies, custom controls etcetc Lack of information and awareness of the Lack of information and awareness of the impacts of chemicals on the environment impacts of chemicals on the environment and healthand health At the political decision level. 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Improve communication between technical ministries Improve communication between technical ministries and the financial and planning ministriesand the financial and planning ministries At the technical level in ministries and industriesAt the technical level in ministries and industries Improve awareness of national enforcement Improve awareness of national enforcement structures including custom officers on the need for structures including custom officers on the need for enforcement of chemicals legislation enforcement of chemicals legislation Improve the awareness of cost effective alternatives, Improve the awareness of cost effective alternatives, best available techniquesbest available techniques At the local levelAt the local level Increase awareness of the users of chemicals to the Increase awareness of the users of chemicals to the health and environmental effects of chemicals usehealth and environmental effects of chemicals use Multiple Challenges; Multiple Solutions Global Policy Challenges National Challenges Solutions Lack of financial resources for chemicals management Solutions Lack of coherent legislation and coordination between ministries Lack of institutional, technical and legal capacities for development, implementation and enforcement of legislation Lack of information and awareness of the impacts of chemicals on the environment and health
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Score: 692129.4 - https://sdgs.un.org/sites/defa...ements/presentation_Madsen.pdf
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There is hardly any industry where chemical substances are not used and there is no single economic sector where chemicals do not play an important role. (...) In response to the growing demand for chemical-based products and processes, the international chemical industry has grown dramatically since the 1970s. (...) Many national governments have enacted laws and established institutional structures for managing the hazardsof this growing volume of chemicals. Leading corporations have adopted chemical management programmes and there are now many international conventions and institutions for addressing these chemicals globally.
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Score: 690024.6 - https://sdgs.un.org/publicatio...und-management-chemicals-17941
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Practical Approach in Chemicals Legislation in Japan Practical Approach in Chemicals Practical Approach in Chemicals Legislation Legislation -- JapanJapan’’s Experiences Experience 12 May, 2010 Kazu TAKEMOTO Vice-Minister for Global Environment Affairs, JAPAN ContentsContents 1. (...) International Policy Harmonization 1 Global Development in Chemicals ManagementGlobal Development in Chemicals Management 1992 Agenda 21 (Chapter 19: Chemicals Management) 2002 WSSD 2020 Goal (Johannesburg) – “By 2020 chemicals should be produced and used with minimal adverse effects to human health and the environment.” 2006 SAICM: Strategic Approach to International Chemicals Management (ICCM1, Dubai) 2 1. (...) Increasing public concern about chemical substances 2. Need to achieve international goals on chemicals management - TTo minimize adverse effects of all chemicals on o minimize adverse effects of all chemicals on human health and the environment by 2020 human health and the environment by 2020 (WSSD2020 goal). 3.
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Score: 689678.4 - https://sdgs.un.org/sites/defa...tements/presentation_Japan.pdf
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Global Chemicals Outlook - Towards Sound Management of Chemicals | Department of Economic and Social Affairs Skip to main content Добро пожаловать в ООН! (...) There is hardly any industry where chemical substances are not used and there is no single economic sector where chemicals do not play an important role. (...) In response to the growing demand for chemical-based products and processes, the international chemical industry has grown dramatically since the 1970s.
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Score: 689120.7 - https://sdgs.un.org/ru/node/17941
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Chapter 19 contains six programme areas, as follows: expanding and accelerating international assessment of chemical risks; harmonization of classification and labelling of chemicals; information exchange on toxic chemicals and chemical risks; establishment of risk reduction programmes; strengthening of national capabilities and capacities for management of chemicals; and prevention of illegal international traffic in toxic and dangerous products. (...) Read the document Global Chemicals Outlook - Towards Sound Management of Chemicals Chemicals are an integral part of modern daily life. There is hardly any industry where chemical substances are not used and there is no single economic sector where chemicals do not play an important role.
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Score: 689120.3 - https://sdgs.un.org/topics/chemicals-and-waste
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