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She was to perform the Country Representative’s duties until he returned to the duty station. (...) Yoshida attended meetings with the United Nations Country Team (UNCT) and the United Nations Crisis Management Group (UNCMG). (...) The said armed conflict quickly spread through Juba and some of the states in the country. Expectedly, the situation gave rise to the displacement of people in four of the eight states of the country on a large scale.
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Score: 320956.98 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2017-018.pdf
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The following day, the host country authorities notified UNDSS of the intercepted envelopes.43 UNDSS called the Applicant half an hour later to inform her of the incident and that the host country authorities had requested her to make a formal statement.44 The host country authorities considered the bullets a credible death threat within the local context of crime in southern Italy.45 The threat was serious enough that the Italian Public Prosecutor and OIOS launched investigations.46 The host country, Italy, is primarily responsible for the safety of United Nations staff. Accordingly, UNDSS conducted a PSRA for both staff members to whom a bullet was mailed and recommended, along with the host country authorities, that the staff members be relocated away from Brindisi. (...) In each country or designated area where the United Nations is present, the most senior United Nations official is normally appointed in writing by the Secretary-General as the Designated Official for Security and accredited to the host Government as such.
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Score: 320675.05 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2021-142.pdf
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On that date, the Special Assistant to the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the Fund responded: “[P]aragraph 26 only applies on a country wide basis and can not be applied to individual retirees. (...) Pio’s claim, 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”. (...) This is the first time that the IMF has used those provisions with respect to any member country. The IMF is a UN Specialized Agency, and a globally recognized authority on economic and financial indicators.
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Score: 320376.03 - www.un.org/en/internalj...at/judgments/2015-UNAT-569.pdf
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By an application filed on 6 February 2020, the Applicant requests suspension of action pending management evaluation of the World Food Programme (“WFP”) decision to withdraw the conditional offer of employment that WFP Pakistan Country Office had made to her as a Business Support Assistant (Programme) at the GS-4 level. (...) In September 2019, the Applicant applied for the position of Business Support Assistant (Programme) at the GS-4 level in WFP’s Pakistan Country Office in Islamabad. 3. After the Applicant succeeded through all phases of recruitment including written test and competencies-based interview, on 27 December 2019, WFP provided the Applicant with a “conditional offer” of employment to the above-mentioned position. (...) On 5 February 2020, the Applicant submitted to the Executive Director, WFP, a request for management evaluation of the decision to withdraw the conditional offer of employment made to her by WFP Pakistan Country Office. 6. On 10 February 2020, the Applicant changed her 5 February 2020 filing from a “request for management evaluation” to an “appeal to review the decision of management of WFP”. 7.
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Score: 320315.11 - www.un.org/en/internalj...s/undt/orders/gva-2020-017.pdf
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She currently serves as Programme Assistant, Child Protection Section, Azerbaijan Country Office, UNICEF. The vacancy for the post of Child Protection Officer in the said Section was advertised on 3 June 2011, with 17 June 2011 as the deadline for applications. (...) It appears that UNICEF Azerbaijan Country Office simply complied with its obligation to recruit the best qualified candidate; Case No. (...) In view of the foregoing, it is ORDERED that the implementation of the selection decision for the post of Child Protection Officer, Azerbaijan Country Office, UNICEF, be suspended during the pendency of the management evaluation.
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Score: 319720.17 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2011-190.pdf
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He only came to know about certain allegations against the Applicant in March 2012 from the Country Director (CD). Prior to that he had no knowledge of the allegations. (...) Sayed Aqa was the UNDP Country Director at the times material to this case. (...) The RR was accompanied by a number of officers which included an investigator, a security officer, the country director and another senior staff member. 106.
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Score: 319447.73 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2014-020.pdf
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… The candidates are interviewed by a Rotation Panel, assessed, and then potentially assigned to key international rotational posts, inclusive of country representatives, deputy country representatives and international operations managers. (...) P, as they were not accurate about the country profiles. 15. Further, Mr. Toson submits that the Dispute Tribunal failed to exercise its vested jurisdiction and committed a procedural error because the UNDT Judge demonstrated bias in the hearing and should have recused herself. (...) Toson’s argument that the UNDT failed to note that the contested decisions were arbitrary, he implies that the requirement that the Country Office Representative in Latin America speak Spanish was arbitrary, as the Country Office Representatives in Arab speaking countries do not speak Arabic.
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Score: 319324.76 - www.un.org/en/internalj...t/judgments/2022-UNAT-1249.pdf
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Therefore, medical expenses incurred outside the subscriber’s country should normally be reimbursed based on the reasonable and customary cost at the duty station.” (...) The attestation has to be understood in its specific context, namely a document issued at the request of the Applicant to the authorities of a foreign country to reassure them that he was covered by a health insurance plan. (...) That being said, it was not such as to create any legitimate expectation that “all possible medical expenses that may occur during travel to and in any country” would be covered and reimbursed at 100 per cent under the MIP.
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Score: 319324.76 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2020-044.pdf
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The applicant responded by email on 28 November 2007 stating that he had fled the country due to a “well founded fear of security”. (...) All staff members must observe and respect the national laws of the country they are in and submit to its legal process. (...) She stated that even after the applicant fled the country, the EPRDF agents continued to visit their residence and continued to follow her.
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Score: 319172.92 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2010-175.pdf
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Therefore, medical expenses incurred outside the subscriber’s country should normally be reimbursed based on the reasonable and customary cost at the duty station.” (...) Peker’s request to reassure a country that he was covered by a health insurance plan for purposes of obtaining a visa. (...) The statement he relied on was a formal attestation provided to a Member State and clearly stated that he was covered by the MIP against “all possible medical expenses that may occur during travel to and in any country”. The Secretary-General’s Answer 18.
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Score: 318260.28 - www.un.org/en/internalj...at/judgments/2019-UNAT-945.pdf
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