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SELECTION AND CONDITIONS OF SERVICE OF EXECUTIVE HEADS IN THE UNITED NATIONS SYSTEM ORGANIZATIONS : NOTE / BY THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
(Recommendation 11) ¾ The legislative bodies of the United Nations system organizations should establish rigorous policies regarding the acceptance of gifts, honours, decorations, etc., by their executive heads, where no such policies currently exist. (...) Acceptance of gifts, honours and decorations.............. 123-132 26 2. Discontinuation of the mandate.................................... 133-136 28 ANNEXES 1. (...) Similarly, differences exist concerning the conditions of service, such as salary scales and granted allowances; the application of staff regulations and rules to executive heads; the requirement for executive heads to undergo a medical examination prior to selection or appointment; provisions for conflicts of interest or wrongdoing/misconduct by the executive head; the signing of a code of conduct abiding by a code of ethics and the submission of financial disclosure statements; procedures for the receipt of gifts, honours and decorations; and performance appraisals of the executive head. 16.
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Report to AO the following: name & title of recipient the circumstance that led to gift the name and role of the donor the nature of the honour, decoration, favour or gift date of receipt 3. Entrust to AO yes Is the gift of essentially nominal value? (...) no yes Arrange for its deposit to the Organization’s bank account, log out of Registry Property Management Official Decline & Return to donor and log out of Registry Politely decline Politely decline Administering Official 3.1 3.1 3.2 4.1 4.2 (a) 4.2 (b) 4.2 (c) 4.2 (d) 4.3 3.3 & 5.1 5.1 3.1 5.1 5.2 5.3 5.2 SM may be authorized to retain it, log out of Registry no Does the honour, decoration, favour or gift include remuneration or monies? yes Flow Chart for GIFTS (The annotations refer to relevant paragraphs of ST/AI/2010/1) PMO= property management official ( AO= administering official ( ST/AI/2010/1 Reporting, retaining and disposing of honours, decorations, favours, gifts or remuneration from governmental and non-governmental sources SM= All staff members United Nations Ethics Office 917-367-9858 ethicsoffice@un.org www.un.org/en/ethics Does it have a legitimate business purpose?
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Score: 947287.8 - https://www.un.org/en/ethics/a...t-on-Gifts-annotated-legal.pdf
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French Delegates’ Lounge The French Delegates’ Lounge, originally a private meeting room for League of Nations Council members, was designed by the famous French decorator Jules Leleu, hence the designation of the room as... Czech and Slovak Lounge In the original League of Nations building, Room IV was the Permanent Delegates’ Lounge. The interior decoration – designed by M.K. Caivas – was donated by Czechoslovakia in 1937. (...) Room III This 200-seat conference room and Room VI are the only two in the Palais where the decoration was not entrusted to a specific designer/decorator.
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Score: 947287.8 - https://www.un.org/en/collection/29/7829
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French Delegates’ Lounge The French Delegates’ Lounge, originally a private meeting room for League of Nations Council members, was designed by the famous French decorator Jules Leleu, hence the designation of the room as... Czech and Slovak Lounge In the original League of Nations building, Room IV was the Permanent Delegates’ Lounge. The interior decoration – designed by M.K. Caivas – was donated by Czechoslovakia in 1937. (...) Room III This 200-seat conference room and Room VI are the only two in the Palais where the decoration was not entrusted to a specific designer/decorator.
Language:English
Score: 947287.8 - https://www.un.org/collection/29/7829
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French Delegates’ Lounge The French Delegates’ Lounge, originally a private meeting room for League of Nations Council members, was designed by the famous French decorator Jules Leleu, hence the designation of the room as... Czech and Slovak Lounge In the original League of Nations building, Room IV was the Permanent Delegates’ Lounge. The interior decoration – designed by M.K. Caivas – was donated by Czechoslovakia in 1937. (...) Room III This 200-seat conference room and Room VI are the only two in the Palais where the decoration was not entrusted to a specific designer/decorator.
Language:English
Score: 947287.8 - https://www.un.org/es/collection/29/7829
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French Delegates’ Lounge The French Delegates’ Lounge, originally a private meeting room for League of Nations Council members, was designed by the famous French decorator Jules Leleu, hence the designation of the room as... Czech and Slovak Lounge In the original League of Nations building, Room IV was the Permanent Delegates’ Lounge. The interior decoration – designed by M.K. Caivas – was donated by Czechoslovakia in 1937. (...) Room III This 200-seat conference room and Room VI are the only two in the Palais where the decoration was not entrusted to a specific designer/decorator.
Language:English
Score: 947287.8 - https://www.un.org/ar/collection/29/7829
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French Delegates’ Lounge The French Delegates’ Lounge, originally a private meeting room for League of Nations Council members, was designed by the famous French decorator Jules Leleu, hence the designation of the room as... Czech and Slovak Lounge In the original League of Nations building, Room IV was the Permanent Delegates’ Lounge. The interior decoration – designed by M.K. Caivas – was donated by Czechoslovakia in 1937. (...) Room III This 200-seat conference room and Room VI are the only two in the Palais where the decoration was not entrusted to a specific designer/decorator.
Language:English
Score: 947287.8 - https://www.un.org/sw/collection/29/7829
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French Delegates’ Lounge The French Delegates’ Lounge, originally a private meeting room for League of Nations Council members, was designed by the famous French decorator Jules Leleu, hence the designation of the room as... Czech and Slovak Lounge In the original League of Nations building, Room IV was the Permanent Delegates’ Lounge. The interior decoration – designed by M.K. Caivas – was donated by Czechoslovakia in 1937. (...) Room III This 200-seat conference room and Room VI are the only two in the Palais where the decoration was not entrusted to a specific designer/decorator.
Language:English
Score: 947287.8 - https://www.un.org/hi/collection/29/7829
Data Source: un
French Delegates’ Lounge The French Delegates’ Lounge, originally a private meeting room for League of Nations Council members, was designed by the famous French decorator Jules Leleu, hence the designation of the room as... Czech and Slovak Lounge In the original League of Nations building, Room IV was the Permanent Delegates’ Lounge. The interior decoration – designed by M.K. Caivas – was donated by Czechoslovakia in 1937. (...) Room III This 200-seat conference room and Room VI are the only two in the Palais where the decoration was not entrusted to a specific designer/decorator.
Language:English
Score: 947287.8 - https://www.un.org/pt/collection/29/7829
Data Source: un
French Delegates’ Lounge The French Delegates’ Lounge, originally a private meeting room for League of Nations Council members, was designed by the famous French decorator Jules Leleu, hence the designation of the room as... Czech and Slovak Lounge In the original League of Nations building, Room IV was the Permanent Delegates’ Lounge. The interior decoration – designed by M.K. Caivas – was donated by Czechoslovakia in 1937. (...) Room III This 200-seat conference room and Room VI are the only two in the Palais where the decoration was not entrusted to a specific designer/decorator.
Language:English
Score: 947287.8 - https://www.un.org/fr/collection/29/7829
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