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Klaus Beck, Representative, UNFPA Philippines Country Office; Ms. Randima Jayasinghe, Strategic Communications and Advocacy Analyst, UNFPA Sri Lanka Country Office; Mr. Bakhtior Kadirov, Deputy Representative, UNFPA Pakistan Country Office; Ms. Elizabeth Mlngwa, Human Resources Consultant hired by UNFPA; and Ms. (...) The Applicant alleges that the former Representative, Pakistan Country Office, UNFPA, was biased against him and influenced the selection process.
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Score: 357623.83 - www.un.org/en/internalj.../orders/Order-2019-GVA-018.pdf
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In the peacekeeping context, the Organization can only operate in a sovereign State with the consent of that State commonly referred to as the host country. To that end an agreement, known as the Status of Forces Agreement (SOFA), is signed between the host country and the Organization. (...) UNDT/NBI/2012/043 Judgment No.: UNDT/2014/094 Page 11 of 13 by the host country, the Secretary-General is entitled to request the host country for particulars leading to the PNG decision to enable him to determine whether or not the staff member was acting in his/her official capacity. (...) He could not, of course, return the staff member to a duty station located in the territory of a host country that is hostile to that staff member. 50.
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Score: 357133 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2014-094.pdf
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(b) This special measure shall apply to all beneficiaries who have provided, or will provide in future, proof of residence in a country which meets the criteria in (a) above. (...) Argentina was identified as a country to which paragraph 38 was applicable, after the introduction of its new currency unit, the Peso, in January 1992. 24. (...) One cannot say that because the result was produced by the system (including its CPI data), it cannot be aberrant … If [paragraph] 14 is invariably applied to assume that country CPI data is complete and correct, paragraph 26(b)(iii) will be incapable of ever being applied … Further, the effect of [paragraph] 26 is to discontinue the ‘local currency track’ for a country.
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Score: 356103.61 - www.un.org/en/internalj...at/judgments/2013-UNAT-344.pdf
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Staff Rule 3.18 of ST/SGB/2011/1 (Repatriation grant), applicable at the time of the Applicant’s resignation from the Organization, states in so far as it is material (emphasis added): Purpose (a) The purpose of the repatriation grant provided by staff regulation 9.4 is to facilitate the relocation of expatriate staff members to a country other than the country of the last duty station, provided that they meet the conditions contained in annex IV to the Staff Regulations and in this rule. (...) UNDT/NY/2012/080 Judgment No.: UNDT/2014/109 Page 7 of 16 Definitions (b) The following definitions shall be used in ascertaining whether the conditions contained in annex IV to the Staff Regulations and this rule are met: (i) “Country of nationality” shall mean the country of nationality recognized by the Secretary-General; … (iii) “Home country” shall mean the country of home leave entitlement under staff rule 5.2 or such other country as the Secretary-General may determine; (iv) “Obligation to repatriate” shall mean the obligation to return a staff member and his or her spouse and dependent children, upon separation, at the expense of the United Nations, to a place outside the country of the last duty station; … Eligibility (c) Staff members who are considered internationally recruited pursuant to staff rule 4.5 shall be eligible for payment of the repatriation grant in accordance with annex IV to the Staff Regulations provided that they meet the following conditions: (i) The Organization had the obligation to repatriate the staff member upon separation after qualifying service of one year or longer; (ii) The staff member resided outside his or her recognized country of nationality while serving at the last duty station; (iii) The staff member has not been dismissed or separated from service on grounds of abandonment of post; (iv) The staff member has not been locally recruited under staff rule 4.4; (v) The staff member does not have permanent resident status in the country of the duty station at the time of separation (...) UNDT/NY/2012/080 Judgment No.: UNDT/2014/109 Page 12 of 16 resident outside his recognized home country or country of nationality while serving at the last duty station. 44.
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Score: 355850.8 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2014-109.pdf
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ITC erred in finding that she had permanent resident status in the country where she was serving when she was separated from service and therefore she did not meet the criterion set out in rule 3.18 (c) (v). (...) If ITC had acted in good faith when determining her status, it would have asked her, like other staff members, to provide proof of her relocation to another country using the form used for that purpose; f. (...) The aforementioned rule 5.2 states: (a) Internationally recruited staff members, as defined under staff rule 4.5 (a) and not excluded from home leave under staff rule 4.5 (b), who are residing and serving outside their home country and who are otherwise eligible shall be entitled once in every twenty- four months of qualifying service to visit their home country at United Nations expense for the purpose of spending in that country a reasonable period of annual leave.
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Score: 355396.66 - www.un.org/en/internalj...t/judgments/undt-2012-102e.pdf
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Sarrouh applied for six other RC/RR positions: three RC/RR positions which were vacant at the UNDP Country Offices in Jordan, Benin and Nigeria and three RC/RR positions that were vacant at the UNDP Country Offices in Zambia, Saudi Arabia and Laos. (...) Sarrouh applied for five RC/RR positions at the UNDP Country Offices in Benin, Tanzania, Zimbabwe, Ghana and Saudi Arabia. 17. (...) Thus, there was a report of very serious problems in the Country Office which fell within the responsibility of Ms.
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Score: 354366.28 - www.un.org/en/internalj...at/judgments/2017-UNAT-784.pdf
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On 2 July 2018, AAB informed OHCHR that she had received information indicating that she had been “blacklisted” in her home country because of her work with OHCHR and requested assistance in obtaining “an immigration status in the host country”. (...) OHCHR offered AAB two possible courses of action: (a) To repatriate her to the place of recruitment (a third country) or her country of nationality as soon as possible but at the latest before the date of expiration of her passport, 12 August 2018. (...) However, AAB’s allegation that she could not be repatriated to her home country when the options were offered to her was not supported by evidence.
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Score: 354366.28 - www.un.org/en/internalj...t/judgments/2022-UNAT-1263.pdf
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Argentina was identified as a country to which paragraph 38 was applicable, after the introduction of its new currency unit, the Peso, in January 1992. 20. (...) He recalled that paragraph 26(a) of the PAS permitted him to discontinue the “local track” in countries where “the local currency track would lead to aberrant results”. (...) Larghi’s appeal, noting that “under paragraph 14 of the [PAS], the Fund is required to use the official CPI rates for each country as published in the United Nations Monthly Bulletin of Statistics”.
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Score: 353994.43 - www.un.org/en/internalj...at/judgments/2013-UNAT-343.pdf
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The issue before us is the legality of the policy requiring individuals to renounce their permanent resident status that they may have acquired in a country not of their nationality before they can be recruited at the professional level. 3. (...) The UNDT found that there was no regulation in the Staff Regulations and Rules nor provision in any of the General Assembly resolutions that required staff members to renounce their permanent resident status in a country which is not their country of nationality before receiving a long-term appointment. (...) However, the Appeals Tribunal notes there was no provision in the amendments that required international staff to renounce their permanent residence status in a country not of their nationality before they could be recruited. 34.
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Score: 352809.74 - www.un.org/en/internalj...at/judgments/2012-unat-276.pdf
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The Applicant is being required to either repatriate to a different country or to separate from service by 12 August 2018; e. (...) The Applicant is being required to either repatriate to a different country or to separate from service by 12 August 2018 and both options present unsurmountable difficulties for her. (...) Once the Applicant’s national passport expires, she will only be able to travel to her country of nationality (Burundi); Case No.
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Score: 352195.83 - www.un.org/en/internalj...s/undt/orders/gva-2018-127.pdf
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