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In order to comply with the host country laws and United Nations rules, UNON/DSS conducts a yearly qualification/requalification exercise for authorized security personnel. (...) The scheduling of the exercise also depends on the availability of the host country firing range. Depending on the operational needs of UNON/DSS, requalification exercises may also be scheduled during other periods. 45. (...) UNDT/2014/141 Page 10 of 14 weapon. Host country laws and section 4.16 of the DSS Manual prohibited the Applicant from carrying a weapon without an up-to-date weapons qualification for that specific weapons system upon expiration of his host country weapons permit on 19 May 2013. 47.
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Score: 334997.9 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2014-141.pdf
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In its submission, the Human Resources Services, OHRM, stated that the Applicant and her colleagues were occupying posts funded by the host countries and that the continuation of their posts was subject to availability of government funding. THE UNITED NATIONS APPEALS TRIBUNAL Judgment No. 2014-UNAT-462 4 of 11 Additionally, it was mentioned that UNIC in Bucharest and another country were scheduled to be closed “in the near future (...) The funding depended on voluntary contributions from the host country. Therefore, none of the staff members in UNIC Bucharest were recommended for conversion. 21.
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Score: 333994.04 - www.un.org/en/internalj...at/judgments/2014-UNAT-462.pdf
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By a memorandum dated 20 May 2008, the Applicant informed the UNIFEM Country Representative in Abuja, Nigeria, of his resignation from UNIFEM. (...) UNDT/NBI/2013/066 Judgment No.: UNDT/2014/083 Page 4 of 13 Chief of the Africa Division, UN Women, in New York and the Country Representative in Abuja, Nigeria. 13. (...) Since the Applicant is alleging that he was unable to perform his duties because the UNIFEM Country Representative seized his identification card and his security pass, he should have submitted a request for administrative review sometime in July 2008 but he did not do so.
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Score: 333994.04 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2014-083.pdf
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Qualifying service for purposes of the repatriation grant upon separation from service is defined as follows: a) When a staff member serves a minimum of five years of continuous service and residence away from the home country and the country of nationality or from a country where the staff member has acquired permanent resident status b) During periods of special leave, qualifying service remains continuous. (...) d) Continuous service is not interrupted by assignment to the home country or country of nationality or country of permanent residence; however, in such cases qualifying service credits towards the repatriation grant shall be counted as follows: i) The qualifying service credits are reduced by twice the number of completed years and months of non-qualifying service within the home country, or the country of nationality, or country of permanent residence ii) Following reassignment to a duty station outside the home country or the country of nationality or country of permanent residence, qualifying service credits towards the repatriation grant shall be restored at twice the normal rate until such time as the service credits reduced in paragraph i) above have been restored. (...) First, for the staff member to qualify for the repatriation grant upon separation from service, he/she should have served a minimum of five years of continuous service and residence away from the home country and the country of nationality or from a country where the staff member has acquired permanent resident status.
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Score: 333810.84 - www.un.org/en/internalj...t/judgments/2022-UNAT-1253.pdf
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At the time of the contested decision, the Applicant served as an Operations Manager, a National Professional Officer position, NO-C level, in the UNICEF Morocco Country Office. 12. During an audit of the UNICEF Morocco Country Office that took place between August and September 2014, the Applicant reported various forms of non-compliance with UNICEF regulations and violation of internal controls. 13. (...) In December 2015, a review of the needs of the Morocco Country Office was conducted. As per the Respondent, a review panel was constituted to mitigate concerns about retaliation. (...) UNDT/2020/101 Page 4 of 10 Morocco Country Office. The panel concluded that the Morocco Country Office should replace the post encumbered by the Applicant with a P-3 post. 17.
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Score: 333600.83 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2020-101.pdf
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There is nothing in ST/AI/2006/5 that could be plausibly read as creating an exception for “Mission area” or “within country” travel. 25. The Organization, subject to certain constraints, can amend administrative issuances to change benefits. (...) UNDT/NBI/2014/092 Judgment No.: UNDT/2016/078 Page 7 of 12 The RLG [Relocation Grant] option does not apply to movements within countries. In these cases, staff members retain their rights to unaccompanied shipments. 32. (...) However the ICSC Hardship Classification9 gives a list of duty stations located in a country. MONUSCO comprises DRC and Entebbe in Uganda.
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Score: 332747.66 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2016-078.pdf
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Kamara was responsible for, among other duties: a) supervising the offloading of WFP vessels during the day and evening, if necessary; b) coordinating WFP operation at Freeport; c) supervising the work of WFP superintendent agents; and d) following up on all issues related to WFP port operations. 4. In April 2009, the Country Director of WFP’s Liberia Country Office (Country Office) received a report that there were fourteen containers of WFP food items missing from the Freeport. The Country Office Logistics Unit was requested to follow up on the matter and report back. 5. (...) During the Country Office’s preliminary investigation, Mr. Wleh Jackson, a forklift operator for WFP at the time of the theft, admitted in a signed statement that he had received a bribe of 30,000 Liberian Dollars1 from Mr.
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Score: 332747.66 - www.un.org/en/internalj...at/judgments/2014-UNAT-398.pdf
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In these circumstances, it should at least have put her on notice that she should consider not travelling to her home country with her family. Having failed to do so, the Respondent should be estopped from relying on the subsequent separation decision to disentitle the Appellant. (...) The Staff Regulations and Rules address the matter of home leave entitlements at Rule 5.2 materially as follows with our emphasis illustrated by bold type: … (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 24 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. (...) The staff member continues to reside in a country other than that of which he or she is a national; or b.
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Score: 332747.66 - www.un.org/en/internalj...t/judgments/2022-UNAT-1258.pdf
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In April 2009, it was reported to Mr Louis Imbleau, the Country Director of WFP Liberia Country Office, that there were fourteen containers of WFP food items missing from the Freeport (Port) of Monrovia. The Country Office Logistics Unit was requested to follow up on the matter and report back. (...) The Applicant did not usurp the Country Director’s power, and was not insubordinate in any way.
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Score: 332642.24 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2012-169.pdf
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Upon receiving the report and recommendation of the LCRB, the UNICEF Country Representative decided not to approve it. 60. (...) It then sent its new endorsement of the Panel’s decision not to recommend the Applicant to the Country Representative. 65. The Country Representative as Approving Authority then approved the non- recommendation of the Applicant and the other recommended candidate was selected. (...) The said Panel is established, in the case of recruitments in the general service category in country offices, by the Deputy Country Representative or Chief of Operations. 72.
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Score: 332642.24 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2015-109.pdf
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