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2019 OIAI Audit Report on the Private Fundraising and Partnerships Division (PFP) | UNICEF Internal Audit and Investigations Skip to main content Internal Audit and Investigations Toggle navigation Global Links Visit UNICEF Global High contrast Internal Audit and Investigations Main navigation About us Internal audit Investigations Search area has closed. (...) Search Close Search UNICEF Fulltext search Max Document 2019 OIAI Audit Report on the Private Fundraising and Partnerships Division (PFP) About The audit, in April 2019, reviewed UNICEF's Private Fundraising and Partnerships (PFP) Division. Download document Download file (PDF, 347,27 KB) Related topics Data and reports Audit and investigations Global 2019 reports Headquarters, regional office and thematic reports Footer OIAI Home About us OIAI Charter Internal Audit Internal Audit reports Investigations Annual Reports Related sites and standards Uniform Principles and Guidelines for Investigations Evaluation Ethics Office About UNICEF What UNICEF does Where UNICEF works UNICEF publications Press centre UNICEF Data Transparency and accountability Work for UNICEF Footer Secondary Legal Terms of Use Footer tertiary Report fraud, abuse, wrongdoing
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Score: 987357.6 - https://www.unicef.org/auditan...-and-partnerships-division-pfp
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The Special Rapporteur had not personally participated in the investigation nor was she aware of the efforts of Saudi Arabia to conduct the investigation.  (...) Private educational institutions could play an instrumental and complementary role in supporting States’ efforts towards realizing the right to education and ensuring that the Sustainable Development Goal 4 targets for inclusive and equitable education were met, some delegations said, and asked the Special Rapporteur to share examples of effective monitoring mechanisms to assess the systemic effect of private educational institutions and best practices of successful public-private partnerships in the area of education. More needed to be done globally to achieve universal education, especially for girls, refugees, and other minorities, if the world was to achieve fairer societies, remarked the speakers, and asked about inclusivity in education; the best practices in terms of public-private partnerships aiming to prevent discrimination despite the growing privatization of education; and what could be done to avoid that private institutions, whose course offerings and teachers were typically better, contributed to worsening inequalities. 
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Score: 967166.8 - https://www.ohchr.org/en/press...e-dialogue-special-rapporteurs
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Правовые ресурсы According the Act XIX of 1998 on the criminal procedure (CPA), an aggrieved party, substitute private prosecutor, private party, other interested party as well as the representatives thereof are participants of the criminal proceedings. (...) In connection with terrorism, the aggrieved party may act as substitute private prosecutor or private party, depending on the circumstances of the concrete case. Aggrieved party may act as a substitute private prosecutor if a) the prosecutor or the investigating authority rejected the report or terminated the investigation; b) the prosecutor partly set aside the indictment; c) the prosecutor dropped the charge; d) as a result of the investigation, the prosecutor did not establish the commission of any criminal offence that should be prosecuted based on public prosecution, consequently neither he/she filed an indictment, nor did he/she take over the representation of the indictment as a result of an investigation ordered in a procedure initiated by private prosecution; e) the prosecutor dropped the charge at trial because in his judgment, the criminal offence should not be prosecuted based on public prosecution.
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Score: 960586.8 - https://www.un.org/victimsofterrorism/ru/node/694
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الموارد القانونية المتاحة للضحايا According the Act XIX of 1998 on the criminal procedure (CPA), an aggrieved party, substitute private prosecutor, private party, other interested party as well as the representatives thereof are participants of the criminal proceedings. (...) In connection with terrorism, the aggrieved party may act as substitute private prosecutor or private party, depending on the circumstances of the concrete case. Aggrieved party may act as a substitute private prosecutor if a) the prosecutor or the investigating authority rejected the report or terminated the investigation; b) the prosecutor partly set aside the indictment; c) the prosecutor dropped the charge; d) as a result of the investigation, the prosecutor did not establish the commission of any criminal offence that should be prosecuted based on public prosecution, consequently neither he/she filed an indictment, nor did he/she take over the representation of the indictment as a result of an investigation ordered in a procedure initiated by private prosecution; e) the prosecutor dropped the charge at trial because in his judgment, the criminal offence should not be prosecuted based on public prosecution.
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Score: 955480.5 - https://www.un.org/victimsofterrorism/ar/node/694
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Legal Resources available to Victims According the Act XIX of 1998 on the criminal procedure (CPA), an aggrieved party, substitute private prosecutor, private party, other interested party as well as the representatives thereof are participants of the criminal proceedings. (...) In connection with terrorism, the aggrieved party may act as substitute private prosecutor or private party, depending on the circumstances of the concrete case. Aggrieved party may act as a substitute private prosecutor if a) the prosecutor or the investigating authority rejected the report or terminated the investigation; b) the prosecutor partly set aside the indictment; c) the prosecutor dropped the charge; d) as a result of the investigation, the prosecutor did not establish the commission of any criminal offence that should be prosecuted based on public prosecution, consequently neither he/she filed an indictment, nor did he/she take over the representation of the indictment as a result of an investigation ordered in a procedure initiated by private prosecution; e) the prosecutor dropped the charge at trial because in his judgment, the criminal offence should not be prosecuted based on public prosecution.
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Score: 955480.5 - https://www.un.org/victimsofterrorism/en/node/694
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Recursos legales disponibles para las víctimas According the Act XIX of 1998 on the criminal procedure (CPA), an aggrieved party, substitute private prosecutor, private party, other interested party as well as the representatives thereof are participants of the criminal proceedings. (...) In connection with terrorism, the aggrieved party may act as substitute private prosecutor or private party, depending on the circumstances of the concrete case. Aggrieved party may act as a substitute private prosecutor if a) the prosecutor or the investigating authority rejected the report or terminated the investigation; b) the prosecutor partly set aside the indictment; c) the prosecutor dropped the charge; d) as a result of the investigation, the prosecutor did not establish the commission of any criminal offence that should be prosecuted based on public prosecution, consequently neither he/she filed an indictment, nor did he/she take over the representation of the indictment as a result of an investigation ordered in a procedure initiated by private prosecution; e) the prosecutor dropped the charge at trial because in his judgment, the criminal offence should not be prosecuted based on public prosecution.
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Score: 955480.5 - https://www.un.org/victimsofterrorism/es/node/694
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Ressources juridiques disponibles pour les victimes According the Act XIX of 1998 on the criminal procedure (CPA), an aggrieved party, substitute private prosecutor, private party, other interested party as well as the representatives thereof are participants of the criminal proceedings. (...) In connection with terrorism, the aggrieved party may act as substitute private prosecutor or private party, depending on the circumstances of the concrete case. Aggrieved party may act as a substitute private prosecutor if a) the prosecutor or the investigating authority rejected the report or terminated the investigation; b) the prosecutor partly set aside the indictment; c) the prosecutor dropped the charge; d) as a result of the investigation, the prosecutor did not establish the commission of any criminal offence that should be prosecuted based on public prosecution, consequently neither he/she filed an indictment, nor did he/she take over the representation of the indictment as a result of an investigation ordered in a procedure initiated by private prosecution; e) the prosecutor dropped the charge at trial because in his judgment, the criminal offence should not be prosecuted based on public prosecution.
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Score: 955480.5 - https://www.un.org/victimsofterrorism/fr/node/694
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Investigations | UNICEF Internal Audit and Investigations Skip to main content Internal Audit and Investigations Toggle navigation Global Links Visit UNICEF Global High contrast Internal Audit and Investigations Main navigation About us Internal audit Investigations Search area has closed. (...) You may report suspected misconduct, fraud or other wrongdoing to the Office of Internal Audit and Investigations  using a method below: By email :  integrity1@un icef.org By mail : All addressed mail should be marked "Private and Confidential" to:    Director - Office of Internal Audit and Investigations (OIAI) - Investigations Section    United Nations Children's Fund    Three United Nations Plaza    New York, New York - 10017 USA   If you are requesting protection against   retaliation   (whistle-blower protection), or if you need confidential advice and guidance on ethics-related matters , please contact the Ethics Office at   ethics@unicef.org . 2. (...) As far as anonymous information is concerned, investigators would need to identify corroborative information before a formal investigation commences. 5.
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Score: 948320.5 - https://www.unicef.org/auditandinvestigation/investigations
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向受害者提供法律资源 According the Act XIX of 1998 on the criminal procedure (CPA), an aggrieved party, substitute private prosecutor, private party, other interested party as well as the representatives thereof are participants of the criminal proceedings. (...) In connection with terrorism, the aggrieved party may act as substitute private prosecutor or private party, depending on the circumstances of the concrete case. Aggrieved party may act as a substitute private prosecutor if a) the prosecutor or the investigating authority rejected the report or terminated the investigation; b) the prosecutor partly set aside the indictment; c) the prosecutor dropped the charge; d) as a result of the investigation, the prosecutor did not establish the commission of any criminal offence that should be prosecuted based on public prosecution, consequently neither he/she filed an indictment, nor did he/she take over the representation of the indictment as a result of an investigation ordered in a procedure initiated by private prosecution; e) the prosecutor dropped the charge at trial because in his judgment, the criminal offence should not be prosecuted based on public prosecution.
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Score: 945432 - https://www.un.org/victimsofterrorism/zh/node/694
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WTO ANALYTICAL INDEX SCM Agreement – Article 14 (Jurisprudence) 4 of subsidies bestowed on the investigated product. An investigating authority is required to make this determination in order to ensure that countervailing duties are not applied in an amount that is in excess of the estimated subsidy determined to have been granted to the investigated product. (...) Thus, we understand the term 'usual practice' to describe common or customary conduct of private investors in respect of equity investment. (...) In this process, an investigating authority will need to make adjustments to reflect differences from investigated loans, such as date of origination, size, maturity, currency, structure, or borrower's credit risk.
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Score: 944766 - https://www.wto.org/english/re...ai17_e/subsidies_art14_jur.pdf
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