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Cooke’s] track record with this organization which [Mr. (...) Mr. Cooke did not receive a response to his email. 7. (...) Cooke to seek a settlement of his situation, noting Mr.
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Score: 889231.3 - www.un.org/en/internalj...at/judgments/2012-unat-275.pdf
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Cooke’s application, and on 19 October 2012, issued Judgment on Merits, Judgment No. (...) Cooke’s reinstatement or, in lieu thereof, the payment of compensation to Mr. (...) Cooke’s application was untimely and not receivable and reversed the UNDT Judgment on Receivability. 5.
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Score: 871280.1 - www.un.org/en/internalj...at/judgments/2013-UNAT-380.pdf
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The Applicant further observes that, in a number of respects, the facts of the case are similar to those that were presented to the Tribunal in Cooke UNDT/NBI/2010/073 which resulted in Order No. 004 (NBI/2011). In the Cooke case, the Respondent also failed to submit his Reply within the statutory time limit and claimed that its late filing was the result of an oversight. (...) The Tribunal does not condone the carelessness of the Respondent—and notes that it is the same Counsel in the present case as in Cooke—but questions the fairness of either refusing to admit the Reply or not permitting the Respondent to participate in proceedings.
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Score: 802627.54 - www.un.org/en/internalj...s/undt/orders/nbi-2012-064.pdf
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Clearly, the UNDT exceeded its competence and erred in waiving, on its own motion, the deadline for Mr. Cooke to file his application.6 21. The issue in the case before this Tribunal is not about waiving deadline on the Tribunal’s own motion. (...) The emails that the Applicant produced as evidence that he had engaged UNMOS did not have the effect of extending the deadline as was held in Cooke that; A staff member cannot extend the statutory deadline for filing an application by writing letters for consideration. (...) Although the facts in Cooke related to the correspondence between Mr. Cooke and the administration, the same principle applies in this case because what the Applicant has submitted as his Annex 5 are nothing but mere correspondences asking for mediation and UNMOS acknowledging receipt of the request, no further action was taken according to the evidence on record. 28.
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Score: 794095.1 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2020-029.pdf
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Ramos offered to come over to her apartment to cook for her saying he was a very good cook, and he referred to her bed as where she made the fire. (...) I told him no because my boyfriend cooks for me. Him say he will come cook for me and I shouldn’t worry because he will bring everything. (...) Ramos had made an unwanted comment on AA’s physical appearance, offered to cook for her and wanted to compete in a cooking contest with her boyfriend.
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Score: 788149.85 - www.un.org/en/internalj...t/judgments/2022-UNAT-1256.pdf
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The development of these programs should include input from local community leaders in order to determine the availability of commonly used building materials and fuels, and to respect local cooking traditions and cultural preferences. 4. Funding for coordinated international research programs should be provided for the development of even more efficient low cost, clean cooking technologies. 5. (...) Poor people are forced to revert to traditional cooking methods when they can no longer afford to purchase bottled gas or kerosene. 7. CSD should not support the introduction of fossil fuel-based cooking technologies that will result in long term dependence on increasingly expensive imported fuels such as LPG and kerosene. 8.
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Score: 785378.9 - https://sdgs.un.org/sites/defa...s/statements/ngo_28feb_air.pdf
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C. complaining that the Applicant had invited her to a restaurant and that during dinner he had repeatedly invited her to come and clean his house, cook for him and spend the night at his home and that he had later repeated those invitations in his car. 8. (...) It was his accuser who sexually harassed him, insisted that they should have dinner together and offered to cook and clean at his home, an offer which he declined; b. (...) On the same day, the Complainant chatted with a friend via instant messaging, telling her that her supervisor had asked her to go to his home to clean and cook and to sleep. In these written exchanges, she told her friend how very uncomfortable she felt after this incident.
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Score: 785347.07 - www.un.org/en/internalj...t/judgments/undt-2011-181e.pdf
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“During the inspection … [the Applicant] made an unwanted comment on AA’s physical appearance, offered to cook for her and wanted to compete in a cooking contest with her boyfriend. (...) The Tribunal notes when the Applicant inspected the kitchen, according to his own witness testimony, he admitted to having praised his own cooking skills as better than those of AA’s boyfriend and to have proposed a cooking competition with him. (...) At the same time, AA evidently did not take the Applicant’s comment as a joke, but as the Respondent submits, she “believed that if she had told the Applicant that he could cook for her, he would have indeed shown up to her apartment to cook for her”.
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Score: 781879.05 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2021-082.pdf
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The development of these programs should include input from local community leaders in order to determine the availability of commonly used building materials and fuels, and to respect local cooking traditions and cultural preferences. 4. Funding for coordinated international research programs should be provided for the development of even more efficient low cost, clean cooking technologies. 5. (...) Poor people are forced to revert to traditional cooking methods when they can no longer afford to purchase bottled gas or kerosene. 7. CSD should not support the introduction of fossil fuel-based cooking technologies that will result in long term dependence on increasingly expensive imported fuels such as LPG and kerosene. 8.
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Score: 777966.1 - https://sdgs.un.org/statements/major-group-ngos-10142
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The development of these programs should include input from local community leaders in order to determine the availability of commonly used building materials and fuels, and to respect local cooking traditions and cultural preferences. 4. Funding for coordinated international research programs should be provided for the development of even more efficient low cost, clean cooking technologies. 5. (...) Poor people are forced to revert to traditional cooking methods when they can no longer afford to purchase bottled gas or kerosene. 7. CSD should not support the introduction of fossil fuel-based cooking technologies that will result in long term dependence on increasingly expensive imported fuels such as LPG and kerosene. 8.
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Score: 775526.17 - https://sdgs.un.org/ru/node/10142
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