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He submits that this runs contrary to paragraph 65 of International Staff Personnel Directive I/104.2/Rev.3, which stipulates that international experience is met, instead, by experience outside one’s duty station. (...) Accordingly, candidates will not normally be selected for an international professional post in their home country where such an appointment would be their first as an international professional. (...) Al-Mussader points to various other provisions, including International Personnel Staff Directive No.1/104.2/Rev.4/Amend-1 and International Staff Regulations No.
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Score: 146337.16 - www.un.org/en/internalj...at/judgments/2017-UNAT-771.pdf
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The applicant’s two applications concern the appointment of members of the Internal Justice Council and contain common arguments. (...) By letters dated 27 and 28 July 2008, the members of the Internal Justice Council informed the Tribunal that they did not wish to intervene in the case. (...) On 27 March 2008, the Deputy Secretary-General announced to JC and three other members of the Internal Justice Council that JC had been appointed as staff representative.
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Score: 145704.54 - www.un.org/en/internalj...t/judgments/undt-2009-021e.pdf
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The Respondent submits that the sources of international administrative law are not the same as the sources of public international law, although international administrative law may be a branch of public international law. Article 38(1) of the Statute of the International Court of Justice, which is regarded as reflecting the sources of public international law, does not directly apply to international administrative law and these sources may only be seen “by analogy” to be a source of international administrative law. (...) The Respondent further submits that while general principles of law are not applied per se in international organizations, in circumstances where there is a lacuna in the internal law, they provide a legitimate source of international administrative law.
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Score: 144676.28 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2010-125.pdf
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Sec. 15 of the PPAP provides that a post may be re-advertised externally and internally only when a suitable internal candidate has not been identified during the matching process. (...) The Applicant qualifies as an internal candidate for this purpose; c. The Applicant was a suitable candidate. Under para. 15 of the PPAP, a post may be re-advertised internally and externally, following the matching process when no suitable internal applicants are identified “using the following criteria: competency, performance and language requirements (where applicable), and after having solicited applications from available suitable internal staff.”
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Score: 144628.03 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2014-104.pdf
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UNDT/2018/108 Page 5 of 36 experience of international law, including, international administrative law as practiced in international organizations (in particular in the United Nations) (...) In addition to her work experience, this candidate has a law degree and a diploma in international affairs and holds two masters degrees in public international law and international law respectively. (...) A mere availability of “suitable” internal candidates does not bar the Organization’s seeking the best candidates available internally and externally.
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Score: 144406.57 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2018-108.pdf
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Their life is governed by a set of rules and principles which constitute their internal law. With this framework they are not subject to interference by states in regard to the legal system or the laws that apply.”3 2.2.5 The Respondent submits that the sources of international administrative law are not the same as the sources of public international law, although international administrative law may be a branch of public international law. Article 38(1) of the Statute of the International Court of Justice, which is regarded as reflecting the sources of public international law, does not directly apply to international administrative law and these sources may only be seen “by analogy” to be a source of international administrative law. (...) The Respondent submits that in such circumstances where there is a lacuna in the internal law of the organization, general principles of law provide a source of internal administrative law and should be applied.
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Score: 143941.78 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2010-097.pdf
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The Applicant’s position is that only internal candidates are subject to the mobility requirement. At this point, it must be clarified that the classification as 15, 30 and 60-day candidates does not correspond to the distinction made in the instruction between internal candidates and the rest. It is true that, in defining the three different categories—15, 30 and 60-day candidates—ST/AI/2006/3/Rev.1 relies to a large extent on the distinction between internal and external or non-internal candidates. (...) Against this categorization, it results that the Applicant should be regarded as a non-internal candidate, inasmuch as he was a staff member but, given his contractual status, was excluded from the category of internal candidates by the last proviso of the definition in the above-cited section 1: “Staff whose appointment is limited to service in a particular department or office are not considered internal candidates.” 26.
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Score: 143193.03 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2012-044.pdf
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However, by the time of the Applicant’s return to New York as a DESA intern in April 2006, he and Ms. C were no longer on speaking terms. 7. (...) The Applicant has a right to have his claim considered by virtue of fundamental rights protected by international law. The case law of the former United Nations Administrative Tribunal and of the International Labour Organization Administrative Tribunal (“ILOAT”) suggests that international tribunals are accessible to non-staff members (see, inter alia, United Nations Page 9 of 18 Case No. (...) The relationship between the Organization and an intern being a contractual relationship, both parties exchange something of value: interns provide Page 15 of 18 Case No.
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Score: 143079.68 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2011-168.pdf
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Considering that the Applicant was an internal candidate, the Pakistan Country Office short-listed her over other candidates with higher scores. (...) UNDT/2021/009 Page 8 of 12 II. Internal applicants for vacant UNFPA posts: (1) Right of internal applicants to special consideration: (footnote omitted) … 3. Subject to [the] requirements [contained in art. 101(3) of the United Nations Charter and staff regulation 4.4], UNFPA will accord special consideration to internal applicants. This means that UNFPA shall especially consider whether the internal applicant has the requisite core and functional competencies for the post.
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Score: 142580.82 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2021-009.pdf
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Secretary General of the International Civil Aviation Organization (Respondent) ORDER No. 269 (2016) 1. (...) Secretary-General of the United Nations, Order No. 127 (2013), para. 5. 3 Rangel v. Registrar of the International Court of Justice, Order No. 237/Corr.1 (2015). (...) Siciliano’s argument that “[t]he fact that the ICAO ha[d] already … informed several international organizations and member states of [Mr.
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Score: 141989.01 - www.un.org/en/internalj...orders/order-unat-2016-269.pdf
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