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• Compensation of employees • Long term expatriates • Workers’ remittances Other transfers direct to HH • Irregular gifts, not necessarily from close family • Regular gifts from non-family eg adopt a child schemes • Lottery winnings • Alimony payments etc • Pensions Transfers • Previous are current transfers • Also have capital transfers, funds sent to acquire capital asset eg house, business premises, vehicles for business • (Not migrants’ transfers) Funds via charities • National channel for remittances from diaspora • Disaster relief funds What do we have now?
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Score: 912242.6 - https://www.un.org/development..._egm_200507_17_harrison_pp.pdf
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Score: 905592.4 - https://www.un.org/development...p-ideas-for-bright-future.html
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“We, as a great human society, we are diminished, we lose the gift of their creativity, the gift of their curiosity, the gift of their potential when it is marooned by all downstream consequences of homelessness”, said Mary McAleese, Former President of Ireland.
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Score: 905592.4 - https://www.un.org/development...u-missed-it/2020/03/48957.html
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The holiday season is an occasion when many people exchange gifts. I would however like to take this opportunity to remind all registered and potential vendors of the UN Secretariat's expectations of compliance with the highest ethical standards of conduct of its business partners. The United Nations prohibits its staff from accepting  gifts 1   from business partners and also those entities seeking to do business.
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Score: 901154.6 - https://www.un.org/Depts/ptd/e...age-our-business-partners-2021
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The holiday season is an occasion when many people exchange gifts. I would however like to take this opportunity to remind all registered and potential vendors of the UN Secretariat's expectations of compliance with the highest ethical standards of conduct of its business partners. The United Nations prohibits its staff from accepting  gifts 1   from business partners and also those entities seeking to do business.
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Score: 901154.6 - https://www.un.org/Depts/ptd/e...e-our-business-partners-c-2021
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“W e are the resistance of our people and territory – For there is no planet B.”   Gift Parseen Gift Parseen is an indigenous Maasai youth. Gift is a member of the Global Indigenous Youth Caucus and volunteers in a non-governmental organization called Maasai Women for Education and Economic Development (MAWEED) as a youth representative, whose role is mostly based on rights issues, which include the environment, climate change, human rights and matters that affect indigenous peoples and their relations with relevant UN organizations and agencies. Gift is also a member of the Coalition of Human Rights Defenders of Kenya (HRDK) , an umbrella organization, which protects human rights defenders.
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Score: 860417.9 - https://www.un.org/youthenvoy/...g-indigenous-rights-activists/
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Our Print Collections The Woodrow Wilson Collection is a unique source of information about the League of Nations and international relations during the League's existence. A gift of the Woodrow Wilson Foundation in 1950, it comprises about 8,600 volumes of League documents and 6,500 related books and pamphlets. (...) Does the Dag Hammarskjöld Library accept publications as gifts? Where can I find maps produced by the United Nations?
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Score: 859373 - https://www.un.org/en/library/page/our-collections
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REPORT OF THE SECRETARY-GENERAL ON THE ACTIVITIES OF THE OFFICE OF INTERNAL OVERSIGHT SERVICES : NOTE
As such, she/he will be able to monitor the Gift Centre operation and possibly deter inappropriate actions taken by Gift Centre personnel. (...) The Gift Centre retail track system can produce an inventory report that lists each item carried by the Gift Centre by UPC code and gives the past 10 months’ sales history for each item. (...) Procedures already established in the Gift Centre procedures manual should be strictly enforced and adhered to by all Gift Centre personnel.
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Score: 817786.5 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...f/get?open&DS=A/50/1004&Lang=E
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REPORTING, RETAINING AND DISPOSING OF HONOURS, DECORATIONS, FAVOURS, GIFTS OR REMUNERATION FROM GOVERNMENTAL AND NON GOVERNMENTAL SOURCES
Staff regulation 1.3 reads as follows: “Honours, gifts or remuneration (a) No staff member shall accept any honour, decoration, favour, gift or remuneration from any Government; (b) If refusal of an unanticipated honour, decoration, favour or gift from a Government would cause embarrassment to the Authority, the staff member may receive it on behalf of the Authority and then report and entrust it to the Secretary-General, who will either retain it for the Authority or arrange for its disposal for the benefit of the Authority or for a charitable purpose; (c) No staff member shall accept any honour, decoration, favour, gift or remuneration from any non-governmental source without first obtaining the approval of the Secretary-General. (...) Section 4 Procedure for recording, retaining and disposing of minor gifts and anticipated honours, decorations, favours, gifts and remuneration presented by governmental and non-governmental sources 4.1 In accordance with the provisions of the present instruction, the administering official shall establish and maintain a registry in which to record summary information on all honours, decorations, favours, gifts or remuneration that have been accepted by staff members in accordance with sections 3.2 or 3.4. (...) Section 5 Procedure for obtaining the Secretary-General’s approval to receive an honour, decoration, favour, gift or remuneration from a non-governmental source 5.1 When a staff member becomes aware that an honour, decoration, favour, gift or remuneration other than a minor gift of essentially nominal value is being offered to that staff member (i.e., considered, nominated or selected) by a non-governmental source, the staff member shall notify in writing the administering official of the name and functional title of the intended recipient; the circumstances of the proposed offer; the nature of the honour, decoration, favour, gift or remuneration; the name and role of the source; and, if possible, the estimated value. 5.2 The administering official shall communicate that information to the Director of the Office for Administrative Services, who may approve, on behalf of the Secretary-General, the acceptance of the honour, decoration, favour, gift or remuneration from a non-governmental source. 5.3 In the event that approval is not granted, the staff member shall decline the honour, decoration, favour, gift or remuneration.
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Score: 814906.2 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...en&DS=ISBA/ST/AI/2020/8&Lang=E
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REPORTING, RETAINING AND DISPOSING OF HONOURS, DECORATIONS, FAVOURS, GIFTS OR REMUNERATION FROM GOVERNMENTAL AND NON-GOVERNMENTAL SOURCES
The text of the relevant section of staff regulation 1.2 reads as follows: “Honours, gifts or remuneration (j) No staff member shall accept any honour, decoration, favour, gift or remuneration from any Government; (k) If refusal of an unanticipated honour, decoration, favour or gift from a Government would cause embarrassment to the Organization, the staff member may receive it on behalf of the Organization and then report and entrust it to the Secretary-General, who will either retain it for the Organization or arrange for its disposal for the benefit of the Organization or for a charitable purpose; (l) No staff member shall accept any honour, decoration, favour, gift or remuneration from any non-governmental source without first obtaining the approval of the Secretary-General.” (...) The only latitude that is allowed is when prior approval of the Secretary- General is obtained to accept an honour, decoration, favour, gift or remuneration from a non-governmental source. (...) Section 4 Procedure for recording, retaining and disposing of minor gifts and anticipated honours, decorations, favours, gifts and remuneration presented by governmental and non-governmental sources 4.1 In accordance with the provisions of this administrative instruction, the administering official shall establish and maintain a registry to record summary information on all honours, decorations, favours, gifts or remuneration that have been accepted by staff members in accordance with sections 3.2 or 3.4.
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Score: 814905.27 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...et?open&DS=ST/AI/2010/1&Lang=E
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