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He argues that during the hearing, the following was established: a. The investigators indeed failed to provide the Applicant with an opportunity to speak about the most salient video clip (clip D) during the investigation. (...) The gist of the incident is to be found on video clip D, a video clip which the Applicant was never given the opportunity to review and discuss with investigators. (...) While this would have been effectively accurate if the Applicant had been shown video clips D and E, it is most certainly not given that he was only shown video clips C and E, as video clip D is highly pertinent.
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Score: 765168.65 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2021-116.pdf
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On 13 March 2019, noting that it appeared that the Applicant’s Counsel had not provided him with the CCTV video footage, the ABCC provided the Applicant with a copy of the video footage via courier, requesting him to provide comments by 22 March 2019. 11. (...) The ABCC also sent an email to the Applicant with a link to the CCTV video footage available in a cloud storage service. (...) In that Judgment, the Tribunal found that it was appropriate for the ABCC to consider the CCTV video footage for a review of his claim, and after considering various allegations raised by the Applicant, only found the ABCC’s failure to provide him with the CCTV video footage unlawful and directed the ABCC to provide a copy of the CCTV video footage to the Applicant to see and comment.
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Score: 764788.77 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2019-182.pdf
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Finally, the Appellant says he should have been allowed to review the video “at the recording source” and be given a copy of such video. (...) In regards to the CCTV video footage, the Appellant argues (a) the retrieval of the CCTV video footage and related investigation were conducted improperly; (b) it was wrong for the ABCC to rely on a layperson’s observation of a possibly edited and manipulated CCTV video footage; (c) it was wrong for the ABCC to rely on the CCTV video footage to make a medical determination of the existence and degree of injuries and illnesses; and (d) he was improperly not allowed to view the CCTV video footage from the original recording sources. 36. (...) Under the well-established jurisprudence, the burden of proving any allegations of ill-motivation rests with the applicant.14 While the Appellant has made the above allegations of improper motives on the part of the ABCC and the SSS, including intentional doctoring of the CCTV video footage and the log entries to support his request to see the video from the original recording source, he has provided no supporting evidence and hence, these are mere allegations that can have no merit. 39.
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Score: 750334.47 - www.un.org/en/internalj...t/judgments/2020-UNAT-1049.pdf
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The Applicant’s principal contention is that the facts on which the sanction is based have not been properly established. 29. The Applicant maintains that the video recording that formed the basis of the Respondent’s decision was edited by the Complainant to suit the narrative that was being put forward to paint him as racist and belligerent. (...) The Applicant vehemently submits that the facts have not been established to the required standard, and that the video was not clear and convincing evidence of the events that transpired that evening. 37. (...) In addition, OIAI collected, reviewed, analyzed or transcribed evidence such as official UNICEF records, email correspondence, photographs, audio files, text and voice messages provided by the parties, including Mr. van de Graaf, as well as two video files which the investigation established were taken during the altercation between Mr. van de Graaf and participants of the social gathering at the material time.1 115.
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Score: 741976.27 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2022-037.pdf
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PUBLIC MEETING: WEDNESDAY, 20 OCTOBER 2021 - AM
Aishath Mohamed Didi (Maldives), speaking via video link, said that 75 institutions had already established complaint mechanisms. (...) Shameem (Maldives), speaking via video link, said that a prosecution guideline had also been established and was regularly reviewed. (...) Imad (Maldives), speaking via video link, said that, in the three years since the SME Development Finance Corporation had been established, numerous credit facilities had been provided to women workers.
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Score: 737263.9 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...open&DS=CEDAW/C/SR.1815&Lang=E
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The allegations were established by clear and convincing evidence: a) All the evidence on the record, including the statements, the receipts and the security video footage establish to the clear and convincing standard that the Applicant took the goods in issue from the UN Commissary without paying for them and that the Applicant either knew or should have known that he was taking the goods without paying for them. 1 2014-UNAT-408 Case No. (...) While the Tribunal does not agree with the Respondent that the actions of the Applicant as seen on the video footages were sufficient to rise to the required standard of proof of clear and convincing evidence to establish stealing; the Tribunal finds that the actions of the Applicant after he left with the shopping bag and the glaring inconsistencies in his testimony clearly point to a level of dishonesty betraying guilty knowledge that he did not pay for the items at issue. (...) Kifani and the Applicant as seen on the video footages alone establish by clear and convincing evidence that they were both engaged in stealing goods from the Commissary.
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Score: 733833.4 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2019-017.pdf
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LETTER DATED 25 FEBRUARY 2015 FROM THE SECRETARY-GENERAL ADDRESSED TO THE PRES
The delegation presented a video at the meeting showing an apparently abandoned plant being visited by a camera crew from one of the AOGs interviewing two guards at the facility. (...) This includes both an audio and video record. Four individuals consented to an audio record only. After each S/2015/138 15-02871 20/123 interview was recorded (audio and video), the consent form, the recordings, and any other information provided by the witness, such as medical documents, sketches, photographs, or videos, were collated, sealed, and registered as confidential material. 6.
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Score: 733762 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce.../get?open&DS=S/2015/138&Lang=E
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ANNUAL HIGH-LEVEL PANEL DISCUSSION ON HUMAN RIGHTS MAINSTREAMING: CONTRIBUTION OF UNIVERSAL PARTICIPATION TO THE MAINSTREAMING OF HUMAN RIGHTS THROUGHOUT THE UNITED NATIONS SYSTEM, ON THE OCCASION OF THE TENTH ANNIVERSARY OF THE ESTABLISHMENT OF THE VOLUN
Opening statements were made by the President of the seventy-sixth session of the General Assembly (video message), the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights, the Director-General of the World Health Organization (video message) and the Secretary- General of la Francophonie, followed by the screening of a video celebrating the tenth anniversary of the establishment of the Trust Fund and showcasing its activities. 3. The panellists comprised: the Secretary-General of the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development, Rebeca Grynspan; the Secretary-General of the Inter-Parliamentary Union, Martin Chungong (video message); the acting High Representative for the Least Developed Countries, Landlocked Developing Countries and Small Island Developing States, Heidi Schroderus-Fox (video message); and the Executive Director of the Pacific Islands Association of Non-Governmental Organisations, Emeline Siale Ilolahia (video message). 4. (...) The video included commentary from eight former beneficiaries, i.e. delegates and fellows, who spoke about its achievements and impact.
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Score: 730899.2 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...get?open&DS=A/HRC/50/67&Lang=E
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LETTER DATED 2 APRIL 2020 FROM THE PRESIDENT OF THE SECURITY COUNCIL ADDRESSED TO THE PERMANENT REPRESENTATIVES OF THE MEMBERS OF THE SECURITY COUNCIL
Consultations will be referred to as “closed video teleconference on [item on the agenda to be discussed]”. 12. (...) Outcomes of open video teleconferences followed by closed video teleconferences 23. (...) Following general practice, the order of speakers for the video teleconferences of Council members will be established by a draw.
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Score: 730880.7 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc.../get?open&DS=S/2020/273&Lang=E
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LETTER DATED 24 AUGUST 2016 FROM THE SECRETARY-GENERAL ADDRESSED TO THE PRESIDENT OF THE SECURITY COUNCIL
This included more than 8,500 pages of documents, transcripts of more than 200 interviews, over 950 pieces of photographic material, more than 450 videos obtained from open sources and provided by witnesses, over 300 pages of forensic analysis and more than 3,500 files, including further videos, photographs and audio recordings. (...) The key elements were established by the Mechanism through investigation plans and case files and included the following information: fact-finding mission material (reviewed and analysed with a view to extracting information relevant to the Mechanism’s investigation); witness interviews and statements (where possible collected as audio and video records or as transcripts); documents, including reports, official documents, medical records and handwritten material (such as drawings and list of names); images, including satellite imagery, photographs and videos; maps; and infographics and other data. 22. (...) • A large number of photographs and videos of the munition used in Marea were received and analysed by the Mechanism.
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Score: 730127.73 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...pen&DS=S/2016/738/REV.1&Lang=E
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