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Its overall objective is to promote and support UN inter-agency collaboration, increase the operational effectiveness of the UN system as a whole and provide UN staff with the required skills and competencies to face today’s global challenges. (...) Responsibilities: Under the supervision of the Senior Manager, Peace and Security team, and the direct supervision of the Learning Portfolio Manager, the Associate Fellow will be responsible for, but not limited to, the following tasks to support the Peace and Security team.  Provide full administrative and logistical support for the preparation of training activities including responding to incoming communications, contacting participants and resource persons, drafting and word processing reports and communications either on own initiative or on instruction from team members;  Assist in planning for workshops, including preparation of course material, attendance lists and agenda, correspondence with participants and any follow-up action.  Make sure data are inputted timely and correctly into UNSSC Customer Relationship Management system.  Assist in organizing and facilitating learning sessions and knowledge processes during workshops, online learning activities, webinars, retreats and other formal and informal learning processes and events as needed;  Support the learning portfolio managers in the development of online modules through 360 articulate rise and subsequent integration into UNSSC learning platforms.  Monitor online courses and help solve any technical problems that participants may encounter;  Support the learning portfolio managers with the development of interactive elements (quiz, polls, games etc.) by using a variety of tools/software applications (e.g. slido, mentimeter, padlet, mural, genially, manycam, vimeo etc.)  Undertake outreach, marketing and communications activities; participate in the development of communications and marketing pieces, etc.; participate in and make presentations on assigned topics/activities.  Manage the virtual classrooms (webinars; virtual face-to-face trainings; design meetings) during online events.  Assist the Peace and Security Team in its activities, by performing other related duties as required. (...) Competencies: Communication: Speaks and writes clearly and effectively; listens to others, correctly interprets messages from others and responds appropriately; asks questions to clarify, and exhibits interest in having two-way communication; tailors language, tone, style and format to match audience; demonstrates openness in sharing information and keeping people informed.
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Score: 846012.5 - https://www.unssc.org/sites/un...c.org/files/af_004_2021_ps.pdf
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Bofill had a zero per cent chance of being promoted. Further, unlike Bofill where only one irregularity was identified, the UNDT found numerous procedural irregularities in Mr. (...) The UNDT based its decision not to order rescission on the ratio in Bofill, in which the Appeals Tribunal held:17 The direct effect of an irregularity will only result in the rescission of the decision not to promote a staff member when he or she would have had a significant chance for promotion. (...) The procedural irregularity had no impact on her non-promotion. There was consequently no link between the irregularity in the procedure and her non-promotion.18 48.
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Score: 845965.8 - https://www.un.org/en/internal...at/judgments/2017-UNAT-723.pdf
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The parties agree that the determination of the Applicant’s step at the P-2 level after having been promoted from G-6, step 11 is governed by staff rule 3.4(b), which provide as follows (emphasis added): … On promotion, a staff member who holds a fixed-term or a continuing appointment shall be placed at the lowest step of the level to which he or she has been promoted that provides an increase in net base salary equal to at least the amount that would have resulted from the granting of two steps at the lower level. 10. (...) The Organization “correctly offered the Applicant an appointment” at step 1 on the P-2 level, which “met the requirements” of staff rule 3.4 as it “provided the Applicant with an increase in her net [remuneration] upon promotion to the Professional category”; d. (...) Accordingly, in light of the above, the Tribunal finds that it was unlawful for HQCSS to take into account post adjustment when deciding the Applicant’s step upon her promotion from G-6 step 11 to the P-2 level, because “net base salary” is correctly determined as “gross base salary”, as per the offer of appointment, minus staff assessment.
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Score: 841917 - https://www.un.org/en/internal...dt/judgments/undt-2021-015.pdf
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Audits of external offices, multidisciplinary advisory teams and technical cooperation projects aimed to ensure that resources were used economically and efficiently, expenditure was properly incurred, authorized and recorded, and that assets were properly controlled, safeguarded from loss and correctly accounted for. Headquarters audits 4. An audit was carried out of the Central Payroll Unit of the Payment Authorization Section in the Budget and Finance Branch. (...) Recommendations were, however, made regarding the monitoring of the sales of the Institute's publications in order to evaluate promotional activities that would enhance the Institute's outputs; more consultation with the branch in the ILO specializing in printing matters to ensure the best technical specifications and prices for the Institute's external printing contracts; the limitation of authority for the issue of external collaboration contracts and better control of staff leave and performance appraisals. 6. (...) The audit showed that the responsibilities with regard to the monitoring, authorization and certification of external printing and binding contracts needed to be more clearly defined and that certain delegations of authority had not been correctly formalized. 7. The policies, procedures and financial controls in place with regard to the payments processed by the Payment Authorization Section in the Budget and Finance Branch of the Department of Finance were reviewed.
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Score: 841428.8 - www.ilo.org/public/engl...s/relm/gb/docs/gb271/pfa-5.htm
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Audits of external offices, multidisciplinary advisory teams and technical cooperation projects aimed to ensure that resources were used economically and efficiently, expenditure was properly incurred, authorized and recorded, and that assets were properly controlled, safeguarded from loss and correctly accounted for. Headquarters audits 4. An audit was carried out of the Central Payroll Unit of the Payment Authorization Section in the Budget and Finance Branch. (...) Recommendations were, however, made regarding the monitoring of the sales of the Institute's publications in order to evaluate promotional activities that would enhance the Institute's outputs; more consultation with the branch in the ILO specializing in printing matters to ensure the best technical specifications and prices for the Institute's external printing contracts; the limitation of authority for the issue of external collaboration contracts and better control of staff leave and performance appraisals. 6. (...) The audit showed that the responsibilities with regard to the monitoring, authorization and certification of external printing and binding contracts needed to be more clearly defined and that certain delegations of authority had not been correctly formalized. 7. The policies, procedures and financial controls in place with regard to the payments processed by the Payment Authorization Section in the Budget and Finance Branch of the Department of Finance were reviewed.
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Score: 841428.8 - https://www.ilo.org/public/eng...s/relm/gb/docs/gb271/pfa-5.htm
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We note that Australia agrees with the proposed thematic focus or UNDP’s analysis of the context and major risks in the CPD. As correctly noted in the comments, the CPD positions UNDP as a policy adviser to the Government of Sri Lanka, specifically in areas including climate change adaptation, disaster risk reduction and access to justice, with the overall aim of reducing vulnerability and improving inclusivity of development policies.  (...) On the comments regarding private sector, whilst it is true that the mechanism or the ‘how’ of engaging with the private sector is not spelt out specifically in the CPD, we feel that reference to private sector has been amply covered in the document including also in specific areas of work, for instance the following to name a few: •             Pg. 6/Para 20 - UNDP will bring to scale a government co-financed pilot initiative to convert municipal waste to energy and other marketable products (through the promotion of public-private partnerships). •             Pg.6/Para 22 - UNDP will facilitate engagement between the private sector and government to explore carbon-related taxes, penalties and incentives to promote low-emission development and increase investment in low-carbon development We would like to clarify that the means and mechanisms for engaging with the private sector will be actually determined when programmatic interventions are being designed and discussed with the private sector.
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Score: 841093.9 - https://www.undp.org/sites/g/f...Responses%20to%20comments.docx
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Article 5: Licensed hotels and guesthouses have an obligation to the National Fund in order to promote tourism as specified by the state. The responsibility for the collection of such fees is assigned to the Cabinet Office of the Municipality of Vientiane Tourism Office who must collect and transfer such monies to the account of the National Fund in order to promote tourism and the National Tourism Authority in accordance with the regulations. (...) The fine will be not more than 50,000 kip equivalent to US$50. 25.2 They fail to honor their obligations to the National Fund for the Promotion of Tourism in keeping with the regulations and in the time specified by the authorities concerned. (...) Article 30: Any monies arising from the payment of the various fines will be transferred to the National Fund for the Promotion of Tourism in accordance with the regulations.
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Score: 836980.6 - https://www.wto.org/english/th...e/lao_e/WTACCLAO3A1_LEG_47.pdf
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Outgoing aircraft are correctly detected till the end of the coverage. IC Conflict 6 Main Causes of IC Conflicts 1. (...) One radar channel is correctly programmed, not the second • IC conflict when the radar revert to the second channel 4. (...) Develop programming procedure to ensure that parameters are correctly programmed in the Mode S interrogator during the installation/validation. • The latest IC allocation shall be programmed • The surveillance/lockout coverage map and IC should be programmed correctly programmed on both channels. • Programming of II/SI code operation IC Conflict 8 IC Conflict Management Steps • Detection of the IC Conflict • In general delayed acquisition of incoming aircraft. • This has to be achieved on a timely manner (real-time required?).
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Score: 836244.4 - https://www.icao.int/MID/Docum...-2021_-_WP04_-_IC_Conflict.pdf
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Subsequently, he was promoted to the position of Interpreter at the P-4 level. (...) Zeid’s Answer 12. The UNDT correctly determined that there were excessive delays by the Administration in completing the promotion exercise within a reasonable time. (...) Zeid was one of the two candidates recommended for promotion in the second selection process and he had a legitimate interest in the timely resolution of the process.
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Score: 831093.7 - https://www.un.org/en/internal...at/judgments/2014-UNAT-401.pdf
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Score: 830790 - https://www.un.org/esa/dsd/dsd_aofw_nsds/nsds_manual_2.shtml
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