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Nikwigize is a former staff member who served as a Senior Programme Officer, at the P-5 level in the New York office of the United Nations Office of the High Representative for the Least Developed Countries, Landlocked Developing Countries and Small Island Developing Countries (OHRLLS). (...) Initially, I was expected to be relocated to Burundi, my home country, but due to current problems of security and conflicts in that country, I requested to be relocated to South Africa. (...) “[T]he delays were due to time taken for moving to another country that is not [his] home country, and the difficulties to access internet and be able to file the case on time.” 10.
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Score: 346372.07 - www.un.org/en/internalj...at/judgments/2017-UNAT-731.pdf
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Further, the Applicant mentioned that he had not received any travel authorization for the repatriation travel to his home country and that he had no opportunity to discuss an alternative destination. (...) The decision to repatriate the Applicant to his home country, where there is serious political and cultural crisis characterized by indiscriminate killings and terrorist attacks, is in breach of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights authored and art. 5 of the United Nations Charter; Urgency c. (...) His flight to his home country is scheduled for 25 October 2017, and he might need to leave Haiti for his home country on that day if the decision to terminate his contract is not suspended in time; Irreparable harm f.
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Score: 346113.16 - www.un.org/en/internalj...es/undt/orders/ny-2017-236.pdf
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The report noted that the recommended candidate is a male from a donor country, and his appointment is favourable for gender diversity, but it will not improve geographic diversity: Case No. (...) We recognize that diversity for P5 level in terms of donor vs programme country does not look good. This post is specialized and technical and we have been working on this recruitment since March this year to attract targeted suitable candidates. 14. (...) A Human Resources Business Partner wrote in the email that the Administration wanted to attract “female applicants from Programme countries”, and it is explained in the selection panel report that the Administration tried to “attract targeted suitable candidates”.
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Score: 346113.16 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2020-041.pdf
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The Appellant’s initial appointment was at the General Service level and does not count as service for home leave purposes; rather, only her service as a professional staff member counts. (...) Staff Rule 3.18(a) explains the purpose of the repatriation grant: 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. (...) Servas did not relocate outside of the country of the duty station upon separation from service, as required by annex IV.
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Score: 345751.34 - www.un.org/en/internalj...at/judgments/2013-UNAT-325.pdf
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The Applicant could not move to Abyei with the post because Sudan, the host country, would not permit his presence in the country. (...) The claim to remain in the office in the country where the staff member is unwelcome is, in any event, unfounded. 24. (...) UNISFA operates under a Status of Forces Agreement with the host country, and the host country requires that its personnel obtain a visa.
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Score: 345751.34 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2019-178.pdf
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UNOPS responded to the Applicant stating that he is not eligible for the entitlements based on his settled nature in the country of the post 16. The Applicant was made to understand that he was not entitled to the grants because he did not travel to his home country at the end of the CA, and therefore travel back to Dubai from there. (...) UNDT/2010/057 the Appellant, and it is difficult to “imagine that a person can work full- time for three years in Dubai without establishing a household” there; (iii) there has been no “movement involving a change in country” and, instead, the movement (if any at all) would be a “movement within a country.” 25. (...) The Applicant was employed on a series of short contracts which kept him in the country for periods longer than any one of those contracts foresaw.
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Score: 342828 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2010-057.pdf
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On 2 January 2015, the UNICEF South Sudan Country Office advertised three Operations Officer (NO-B) posts located in Bor, Bentiu and Malakal. (...) On 15 June 2015, the Applicant received a memorandum from the UNICEF South Sudan Country Representative in which he was informed, inter alia, that: a. (...) UNDT/2017/002 Page 9 of 12 The Applicant’s claims of bullying, harassment, intimidation and abuse of authority against his supervisor and the UNICEF Country Representative. 29. In his application, the Applicant made several allegations of bullying, harassment, intimidation and abuse of authority against his supervisor and the UNICEF Country Representative. 30.
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Score: 342090.97 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2017-002.pdf
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During the month of February 2017, the Donor Country indicated to Mr. Farhadi and other ITC Officials its intention to stop funding the project in June 2017. (...) First, he claims that the fact that the Donor Country was already considering in February 2017 to discontinue the funding of the project was irrelevant. (...) Farhadi was well aware of the difficulties persuading the Donor Country to continue financing the project for which he was responsible.
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Score: 340145.58 - www.un.org/en/internalj...t/judgments/2022-UNAT-1203.pdf
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Following assignments at progressing levels of seniority in many countries, he was appointed as the Head of the Papua New Guinea (“PNG”) Country Office in May 2016. 13. (...) From 16 April to 4 May 2018, OIAI conducted an on-site investigation at the Country Office; and obtained witness statements from approximately forty current and former staff members, the vast majority of whom worked in the Country Office. (...) Sexually harassed C3, a National Health Officer at the NO-A level in the Country Office; b. Harassed and sexually harassed C1 then a Programme Officer at the Sudan Country Office; c.
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Score: 340092.5 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2021-043.pdf
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The Applicant joined the United Nations Population Fund (“UNFPA”) as Operations Manager, Mali Country Office, on 1 April 2005. At the time of his appointment, the Country Representative was Mr. (...) Hicham Nahro, conducted a mission to the UNFPA Mali Country Office to assess business practices there. (...) On 11 March 2010, the Country Representative, Mr. Makane Kane, sent a Report of Allegation of Fraud, along with Mr.
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Score: 339829.3 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2012-089.pdf
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