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Travel costs of the child may also be paid for an outward and return journey once in each scholastic year between the educational institution and the duty station, except that in the case of staff members serving at designated duty stations where schools do not exist that provide schooling in the language or in the cultural tradition desired by staff members for their children, such travel costs may be paid twice in the year in which the staff member is not entitled to home leave. Such travel shall be by a route approved by the Secretary- General but not in an amount exceeding the cost of such a journey between the home country and the duty station; (b) The Secretary-General shall also establish terms and conditions under which, at designated duty stations, an additional amount of 100 per cent of boarding costs subject to a maximum amount per year as approved by the General Assembly may be paid in respect of children in school attendance at the primary and secondary levels[.] 28. (...) Under conditions established by the Secretary-General, travel costs for the child of a staff member in receipt of assistance with boarding expenses and attending school at the primary and secondary levels may also be paid for an outward and return journey once in each scholastic year between the educational institution and the duty station.
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Score: 776812.84 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2020-039.pdf
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HOME LEAVE JOURNEYS
·Uni- (11) ( Hi) (b) If the grade is P-5 or below the following standards of accommodation will apply: (i) Tourist class on air journeys scheduled to take less than sixteen hours; first-class on air journeys scheduled to take sixteen hours or longer;· Cabin class or equivalent on sea journeys; The st'andard applying to the relevant portion of any journey undertaken by a combination of air and sea spall be governed by the principles set out in (i) and (ii) above. 6. (...) One day I s subsistence allowance would be payable in the event of a stop-over, for each twenty-four hours of travel within a maximum payment of the allowance for three days on any outward or return journey. The purpose of the payment is to ensure that long journeys, when undertaken by air, do not unduly tax the staff member and his family. (...) The transit allowance authorized in accordance with Staff rule 107.14 for journeys by sea would continue to be paid; (c) If the home-leave journey is undertaken by rail, subsistence allowance would be payable in accordance with Staff rule 107.15 subject to a maximum of three days for each outward or each return journey.
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Score: 775673.7 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...f/get?open&DS=ST/AI/127&Lang=E
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GENERAL ASSEMBLY, 11TH SESSION, 5TH COMMITTEE, 535TH MEETING, WEDNESDAY, 21 NOVEMBER 1956, NEW YORK
TURNER (Controller) explained that such travel would be counted with the other journeys and reimbursement would not in any case be made for more than a total of five journeys to and from the capital. 6. (...) The United Nations should not reimburse the expense of five journeys, both ways, unless those journeys had been made by five different representatives or alternates. 27. (...) TURNER (Controller) explained that the journey both ways authorized for a special session of the General Assembly was in addition to the five journeys allowed for each regular session. 28.
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Score: 772442.43 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...et?open&DS=A/C.5/SR.535&Lang=E
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USE OF EDI : A CSV STANDARD FOR TRANSMISSION OF DATA ON GOODS ROAD TRANSPORT TO STATISTICS DENMARK / TRANSMITTED BY THE GOVERNMENT OF DENMARK
It is expected that the enterprise submit information concerning all national and/or international journeys in the selected survey period. The data transmission shall comprise all journeys started in the period. (...) Description of the CSV file The CSV file is made up as a set of lines for each journey. The single journey is described using 3 different line types containing information on the vehicle, the goods transported and the route. (...) The lines for a journey are reported jointly in ascending order according to line type.
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Score: 772232.57 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...en&DS=TRANS/WP.6/2002/9&Lang=E
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STANDARD OF ACCOMMODATION, TRAVEL TIME AND REST STOPOVERS / FROM THE UNDER-SECRETARY-GENERAL FOR ADMINISTRATION AND MANAGEMENT
Normally, a stopover for rest purposes shall be taken during an air journeY) it may, however, be taken at the end of the air portion of a journey while awaiting onward travel by another mode of transportation. 10. (...) For travel on home leave or family visit, staff members shall be granted, in respect of journeys in each direction, a fixed amount of travel time, not chargeable to annual leave, determined by reference to the most direct flight available under current airline schedules, as followsl one day for each journey of less than 10 hours, two days for each journey of 10 hour s or more but less than 16 hours, and three days for each journey of 16 hours or more. (...) v.2 Page 9 (A) (8) (C) JourneYs involvins Travel time (days) flying till.
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Score: 768509.38 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...open&DS=ST/AI/249/REV.2&Lang=E
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HOME LEAVE JOURNEYS
Annex I to the present instruction sets out the approved duration for a home leave journey by air from United Nations Headquarters to the capital or principal air transport centre of the various countries. (...) Staff members in other grades will be entitled to tourist-class on air journeys scheduled to take less than 24 hours and to first-class on air journeys scheduled to take 24 hours or longer. 5. staff members proceeding on home leave in tourist-class on air journeys will receive, at United Nations expense, the same baggage allowance as first-class passengers. (...) TURNER Controller . aircraft, "e journeys are in lurneys .rect and ms shall ;0 be cost of 1., where lee with 1, the in the or in ne shall be: ) the Ll lusive an I·.· /...
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Score: 768446.4 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...f/get?open&DS=ST/AI/126&Lang=E
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SEA CROSSINGS IN ARTICLES 3 AND 5 OF THE ATP AGREEMENT
The limitation of 150 km for sea voyages with equipment for land journeys is problematic. The problem increases when the land leg of the journey before or after the sea voyage is in a single contracting party. (...) Guarantees should be given for the inland journeys. Background information Sea legs of journeys with ATP equipment 5. (...) So, ATP would not apply to an international journey from the North of Finland to the south of Germany with a sea journey from Helsinki to Lubeck.
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Score: 768354.9 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...ECE/TRANS/WP.11/2022/11&Lang=E
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OFFICIAL TRAVEL
The duration of a particular journey shall be determined on the basis of the combined flying time of all legs of the journey to a given destination by the most direct and economical route available, provided the journey is not interrupted by an overnight stopover whether unavoidable or for official business, personal deviation, or rest purposes. 4.3 Air travel accommodation under the applicable standards defined by section 4.2 shall be provided at the most economical rate appropriate, including discounted airfares. (...) If the final stage of the journey is more than 6 hours, the staff member shall not normally be required to commence duty within 12 hours of arriving at the destination. (...) Section 6 Travel time on home leave or family visit 6.1 For travel on both the outward and the return journey on home leave or family visit, staff members shall be granted a fixed amount of travel t ime not ISBA/ST/AI/2017/1 17-06401 4/9 chargeable to annual leave, determined on the basis of the most direct flights available as follows: (a) One day for each journey of less than 11 hours; (b) Two days for each journey of 10 hours or longer but less than 16 hours; and (c) Three days for each journey of 16 hours or more. 6.2 The travel time approved in accordance with section 6.1 shall include any authorized rest period or stopover made by the staff and the time required for any additional journey to or from: (a) The place of home leave, as established under staff rule 5.3 (d) for travel within the home country; or (b) The place of entitlement for family visit travel when the place of entitlement is in a country other than the home country. 6.3 One stopover for rest purposes, which shall not exceed 24 hours, may be authorized at an intermediate point in the journey, with travel subsistence allowance, for journeys of 11 hours or longer for staff members travelling on home leave with children under the age of 12, when they have not availed themselves of the lump-sum option under section 10.
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Score: 766958.25 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...en&DS=ISBA/ST/AI/2017/1&Lang=E
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UNDT/GVA/2013/040 Order No. 116 (GVA/2013) Page 3 of 8 […] modify his administrative instructions on standards of accommodation for air travel so that the duration of a journey shall be determined based on the most economical route available, provided that the total additional time of the whole journey does not exceed the most direct route by four hours; 5.
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Score: 766505.2 - www.un.org/en/internalj...s/undt/orders/gva-2013-116.pdf
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MODE AND STANDARDS OF TRAVEL
Alternatively, the staff member may have a stopover for rest purposes, not exceeding 24 hours at an intermediate point in the journey, with appropriate daily subsistence allowance, If the final stage of the journey is more than 6 hours, the staff member will not normally be required to commence duty within 12 hours of arriving at the destination; and (c) If the scheduled time for the journey is more than 16 hours, the staff member may have two stopovers for rest purposes, neither of which shall exceed 24 hours, at intermediate points in the journey, with appropriate daily sUbsistence allowance, If the final stage of the journey is more than 6 hours, the staff member will not normally be required to commence duty within 12 hours of arriving at the destination, Alternatively, the staff member may have one stopover not exceeding 2L~ hours at an intermediate point in the journey, with appropriate daily subsistence allowance, and a rest period not exceeding 24 hours on arrivine; at the destination; (d) In the computation of the scheduled time described above, a maximum of 4 hours shall be allowed for each necessary waiting period between connecting flights. 9, Normally, a stopover for rest purposes shall De taken during an air journey; it may, however, be taken at the end of the air portion of a journey while awaiting onward travel by another mode of transportation, A stopover for rest purposes during an air journey shall normally be authorized after an initial flight of 4 hours or more, subject to such considerations as available accommodation, onward transportation facilities, duration of the next leg of the journey and airlines i time-tables. 10. (...) For travel on home leave or family visit, staff members shall be granted, in respect of journeys in each direction, a fixed amount of travel time, not chargeable to annual leave, determined by reference to the most direct flight available under current airlines schedules as follows: one day for each journey of less than 10 hours; two days for each journey of 10 hours or more but less than 16 hours; and three days for each journey of 16 hours or more. (...) For journeys originating from other duty stations, the same criteria as set out in paragraph 11 above shall apply in determining the approved travel time.
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Score: 766061.67 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...f/get?open&DS=ST/AI/249&Lang=E
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