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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/2014/093 Judgment No.: UNDT/2016/079 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 and, for the DRC where MONUSCO is, Kinshasa and Goma are classified as separate duty stations.
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Score: 328518.97 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2016-079.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. (...) The Guidelines state in paragraph 5 as follows: “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 and, for the DRC which is within MONUSCO, Kinshasa and Uvira are classified as separate duty stations.
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Score: 328518.97 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2016-080.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. 26. The Organization, subject to certain constraints, can amend administrative issuances to change benefits. (...) UNDT/NBI/2014/098 Judgment No.: UNDT/2016/081 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. 33. (...) However, the ICSC Hardship Classification9 gives a list of duty stations located in a country and, for the DRC where MONUSCO is, Kinshasa and Goma are classified as separate duty stations.
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Score: 328518.97 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2016-081.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/2014/104 Judgment No.: UNDT/2016/082 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 and, for the DRC where MONUSCO is, Kinshasa and Goma are classified as separate duty stations.
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Score: 328518.97 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2016-082.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. (...) The Guidelines state in paragraph 5 as follows: 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 and, for the DRC where MONUSCO is, Kinshasa and Goma are classified as separate duty stations.
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Score: 328518.97 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2016-083.pdf
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The Applicant, who was then the holder of a Service Contract with the United Nations Development Programme (“UNDP”) in Belarus, contested the decision to deduct from his salary costs generated by his use of the Country Office’s Internet resources. Facts 2. (...) During the months of September, October and November 2010, the Applicant downloaded from the Internet video and audio files using an office computer, which resulted in an increase of the Internet costs incurred by the Country Office. 4. At the end of November 2010, it was decided to recover from the Applicant a partial amount of the Internet costs incurred by the Country Office as a result of his actions. 5.
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Score: 328454.93 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2011-055.pdf
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The Applicant serves in Vienna, therefore outside her home country, where there is no adequate university-level education within commuting distance that her dependent children can attend. (...) The Applicant alleges that the Organization breached her right under staff regulation 3.2 concerning her children reassimilation in their home country or otherwise disrupted her children’s education. 27. (...) The Applicant claims that the Organization breached her right under staff regulation 3.2 concerning her children’s reassimilation in their home country or otherwise disrupted her children’s education.
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Score: 328193 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2020-039.pdf
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The UNDT has previously considered situations of staff members who have been declared persona non grata.14 In Milicevic, the UNDT concluded that this principle applies mutatis mutandis to staff members working for the United Nations in a country that declares them persona non grata. This necessarily forces the exercise of the Secretary-General’s discretion to reassign or place them outside the country where s/he has lost the ability to perform their work. “If a staff member is declared [persona non grata] by a host country, the Organization has no alternative but to remove that staff member, because such declaration falls within the sovereign prerogative of the host country.”15 34. (...) This is in line with the “duty of the Organization to take steps to alleviate the predicament in which the staff member finds himself/herself following his/her expulsion from the host country through no fault of his or hers”.17 36.
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Score: 328193 - www.un.org/en/internalj...t/judgments/2020-UNAT-1068.pdf
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Helina Tadesse, Programme Specialist, United Nations Development Programme Country Office in Ethiopia (“UNDP Ethiopia”). For reasons given below the application is dismissed. (...) Samuel Bwalya, then UNDP Country Director and Resident Representative, ad interim, Ms. (...) Only once the Procurement Unit informed the Country Director Case No.: UNDT/NBI/2019/041 Judgment No.: UNDT/2022/036 Page 8 of 19 that they could not support the award of a direct contract to Digata, did the Country Director search for alternatives, and this search is what ultimately led, on 22 October 2014, to MOA contracting Digata directly.
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Score: 326567.5 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2022-036.pdf
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Representative in the Country Office (“CO”) Uzbekistan; b. Representative in the CO Ukraine; c. (...) Ogbuehi testified about what is referred to as a country profile, which means that there are specificities that are required for each country office. A country profile would indicate what is required in that specific country and the kind of candidate they would want for that post. 54.
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Score: 326494.7 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2021-070.pdf
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