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The DUO/G found that several aggravating factors warranted separation from service without termination indemnity, including the fact that the Appellant’s misconduct involved violence against a vulnerable child; the trust and responsibility incumbent on classroom teachers; the fact that the Appellant had never admitted wrongdoing or shown remorse; and the potential for the Appellant’s misconduct to cause significant reputational harm to UNRWA. 12. (...) The Appellant asked the victim to come to the front of the classroom after the latter had failed to answer a question. (...) The victim tried to leave the classroom to find the School Principal, but the Appellant pushed the victim, and he fell to the floor and hit his head on a desk.
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Score: 1200574.4 - www.un.org/en/internalj...t/judgments/2021-UNAT-1158.pdf
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In June 2017, the Applicant submitted a request for payment of education grant and/or advance against the education grant (P.45 form) for his two children. 11. (...) School supplies are not considered as admissible costs for education grant. 26. On 14 December 2018, the Applicant provided UNON with a breakdown of the Specialized Technology Services fee, the Dining Room fee and the School Supplies fee as provided by his children’s school: 1) The Specialized Technology Services Fee covers expenses related to the information technology infrastructure of the school, including: leased computers for use at school, including those used by administration and faculty; software programs, IT maintenance and repairs, on-site IT support, server-, internet- and wireless connectivity costs, smart boards used in the classroom and other technological services and products used within [the school]. (...) Therefore, to better understand the changes made to a regular education grant, the Tribunal will review how the rules for a regular education grant as well as a special education grant were established under a new education grant scheme.
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Score: 1198153.9 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2020-215.pdf
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United Nations Association of Germany 1 “Bringing the UN into Classrooms” - Youth Education and Participation as Tools to Change the World Facts and figures: Organizers: UNA Germany Co-Sponsor: Permanent Mission of Germany to the United Nations Date: 8 April 6:30-8.30pm, Time: 120 minutes Venue: Permanent Mission of Germany to the United Nations Target audience: Youth, youth organization leaders, volunteers, education advocates and national policy makers Objectives Be part of our side event to: ● learn how to set up a project to reach out to high school students and beyond ● engage with other changemakers to develop ideas ● receive materials for your own school project in your community ● share your experience and ideas on how to make Goal 4 a reality Background Building on the side event in 2018 “Mainstreaming the SDGs in education policies” by our German Youth Delegates, we want to offer a space to share best practices on hands-on projects to bring the UN into the schools worldwide. “UN in the classroom” supports young people to become agents of change and promote the work of the United Nations. (...) In regards to high school students UNA Germany set up a project called “UN in the classroom”. Young volunteers hold workshops and simulations in classrooms around Germany.
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Score: 1180425.3 - https://www.un.org/ecosoc/site..._UNAGermany_Concept%20Note.pdf
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Education grant Case No. UNDT/NY/2015/034 Judgment No. (...) Section 14 Relationship with the regular education grant 14.1 When a child with a disability is unable to attend a regular educational institution or attends on a full-time basis a regular educational institution that provides the necessary special arrangements for the child, admissible educational expenses shall be reimbursed against the special education grant, regardless of whether the staff member would otherwise be entitled to a regular education grant in respect of the child. (...) Additional admissible educational expenses incurred for special teaching and training outside the educational institution shall be reimbursed against the special education grant at the 100 per cent rate.
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Score: 1170682.9 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2017-039.pdf
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The classrooms do not only provide a safer learning environment for children but also have an impact on the quality of education.  (...) Teachers as well instantly feel more at ease to teach.” - Patricia Safia Lombo, Chief of Education, UNICEF Côte d’Ivoire.  In Côte d’Ivoire, 1.6 million children do not go to school, a lot of them simply because there are not enough classrooms and when they do go to school, classrooms are often overcrowded, which makes it difficult for them to learn and reach their full potential.  (...) With the support of the Ministry of Education, the objective is to build 528 classrooms to provide access to education to 25,000 children in the next two years.
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Score: 1125008.9 - https://www.unicef.org/cotediv...d-plastic-bricks-ange-emmanuel
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2017 INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON EDUCATION AND THE HOLOCAUST 1 AGENDA Monday, December 4 8:30 – 9:00am Welcome and Coffee, Classroom A Participants arrive at the 15th St. entrance of the Museum and proceed to Classroom A for coffee and a light breakfast. 9:00 – 9:30 Institutional Introductions, Rubinstein Auditorium ICEH 2017 country teams join a growing community of international Holocaust and genocide educators within USHMM and UNESCO networks. (...) Africa 10:20 - 10:40am Colombia 10:45 - 11:05am Indonesia 11:10 - 11:30am This is a closed session open only to conference staff and participants. 11:30 – 12:15pm Lunch, Classroom A 12:15 – 2:35 Country Team Introductions, Classroom B This session will provide a structured, but open conversation about the realities teams face in working on Holocaust and genocide education in their national and 2017 INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON EDUCATION AND THE HOLOCAUST 2 regional contexts. (...) Nadine Blumer, Faculty of History, Concordia University 2017 INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON EDUCATION AND THE HOLOCAUST 11 2:15 – 2:30 Group Photo and Team Photos, Main Staircase 2:30 – 2:45 Coffee Break, Classroom A 2:45 – 3:15 Case Study: India, Classroom A Higher education can offer dynamic ways to introduce Holocaust history to new audiences.
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Score: 1119652.1 - https://en.unesco.org/sites/de...les/2017_iceh_programme-en.pdf
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Search Close Search UNICEF Fulltext search Max Article The Best Classrooms are Inclusive Classrooms Joint UNICEF and Ministry of Education venture seeks to create schools and classrooms equipped to help all children achieve their fullest potential. (...) All children have the right to be educated in the same classrooms and schools,” noted Professor Grimes. “Children with disabilities make very good progress in general education classrooms where teachers are using learner centred teaching approaches.”
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Score: 1118568.75 - https://www.unicef.org/azerbai...rooms-are-inclusive-classrooms
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Florence did not offer classroom instruction; was staffed by only one person (Ms. (...) Florence had THE UNITED NATIONS APPEALS TRIBUNAL Judgment No. 2018-UNAT-811 11 of 29 classrooms, multiple teachers and several students. (...) Aghadiuno to OHRM included untrue statements aimed at creating the false impression that St. Florence had classrooms, multiple teachers, and several students. 61.
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Score: 1110188.3 - www.un.org/en/internalj...at/judgments/2018-UNAT-811.pdf
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Within days of the closures, however, UNICEF and the Government had mounted an extraordinary response, shifting lessons from the country’s classrooms to its living rooms to keep education going. (...) Workable solutions As the school closures became inevitable, UNICEF contacted the Ministry of Education and Science with two workable solutions, the TV-Classroom and the E-Classroom. (...) With the kindergarten closed, I’m glad it also provides age-appropriate education for them.” NICEF/UNI314054/Klincarov Twins Maksim and Jan (aged 5) join an exercise class on TV-Classroom.
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Score: 1107894.1 - https://www.unicef.org/eca/node/5786
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It has 9 classes, one for each grade and two for 8 th grade. “The classrooms needed serious renovation especially two classrooms that were damaged due to a storm, UNICEF fixed the ceiling and inserted a protective layer to ensure that it will withstand extreme weather,” said Nadia. (...) For two other classrooms, the ceiling was re-constructed to be higher to make the classroom bigger and more comfortable for the students. (...) To support in strengthening the educational infrastructure in Sudan, UNICEF’s work in Kassala state was beyond the renovation of classrooms, it provided school supplies to 23 schools and trained 297 teachers in Kassala state to provide a better learning environment for students.
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Score: 1107327.6 - https://www.unicef.org/sudan/s...powering-children-and-teachers
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