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Hallal and a female United Nations Volunteer (UNV) with the Site Monitoring Unit visited several UNICEF project sites. (...) Hallal, while on one of the project sites, “wrapped his arms, crossed on [her] shoulder, reached [for her] breasts and pressed/grip[ped] them”. (...) We find no merit in these allegations as it is within the competence of the UNDT under Articles 16 and 18 of its Rules of Procedure to hold oral hearings as well as to order the production of evidence “for a fair and expeditious disposal of the proceedings”. 27.
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Score: 881757.8 - www.un.org/en/internalj...at/judgments/2012-unat-207.pdf
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The school further provided the following explanation: While certain expenses included in the fees, such as the dining room fee, can be determined precisely, this would not be possible for other items, including a number of items covered under the Specialized Technology Services Fee, which consists of costs for leased computers for use at school, including those used by administration and faculty; software programs; IT maintenance and repairs; on-site IT support; server, internet, and wireless connectivity costs; classroom smartboards and other technological services and products used within [the school]. (...) “Billing FAQ” provides that “[t]he technology fee not only covers the cost of our leased computers but also software programs and licenses, dedicated on-site support, repairs & maintenance, infrastructure costs such as servers, internet and wireless connectivity, smart boards and other technological services and products used within [the school]”. 96. According to the additional explanation provided by the school on 14 December 2018: 1) The Specialized Technology Services Fee covers expenses related to the information technology infrastructure of the school, including: leased computers for use at school, including those used by administration and faculty; software programs, IT maintenance and repairs, on-site IT support, server-, internet- and wireless connectivity costs, smart boards used in the classroom and other technological services and products used within [the school].
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Score: 791863.1 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2020-215.pdf
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The post at stake was used after deciding to have an Umoja Site Coordinator to support the critical Umoja deployment. (...) This direction was reiterated by the Assistant Secretary-General for Field Support by email of 8 June 2015. The Umoja Site Coordinator temporary post was filled as of 1 September 2015; f. (...) Consistently, the appointment of an Umoja Site Case No. UNDT/GVA/2015/160 Judgment No.
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Score: 774172.66 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2017-008.pdf
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Pakala instructed that after the dismantling of the POC Site, Mr. Parakiti could take the broken bamboos. (...) There were also freight containers at the POC Site in which new/unused tiles were stored. 18. (...) Amoli came to the POC Site in search of five missing freight containers and saw the Applicant, Mr.
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Score: 714293.7 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2019-032.pdf
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He was assigned to the Labado team site on 1 July 2014.1 His FTA was extended from 1 July 2018 to 31 December 2018, a period of six months.2 6. (...) All other team sites and super camps, including the one where the Applicant worked, were to be closed.6 7. (...) Placing the Applicant on SLWFP may thus have been the only viable course of action under the circumstances, shifting, however, the question to the reason for closing the team site. 35. Closure of the team site is the factual element invoked by the Respondent as the exceptional circumstance.
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Score: 699135.3 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2020-023.pdf
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He was assigned to the Umm Baro team site on 13 April 2016.1 His FTA was extended from 1 July 2018 to 31 December 2018, a period of six months.2 6. (...) All other team sites and super camps, including the one where the Applicant worked, were to be closed.6 7. (...) Placing the Applicant on SLWFP may thus have been the only viable course of action under the circumstances, shifting, however, the question to the reason for closing the team site. 35. Closure of the team site is the factual element invoked by the Respondent as the exceptional circumstance.
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Score: 699135.3 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2020-022.pdf
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All other team sites and super camps, including the one where the Applicant worked, were to be closed.7 7. (...) The timing of the closure of the team sites, which were staggered between 4 October and 9 December 2018, was determined by UNAMID’s operational plans. (...) Placing the Applicant on SLWFP may thus have been the only viable course of action under the circumstances, shifting, however, the question to the reason for closing the team site. 35. Closure of the team site is the factual element invoked by the Respondent as the exceptional circumstance.
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Score: 699135.3 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2020-021.pdf
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All other team sites and super camps, including the one where the Applicant worked, were to be closed.6 7. (...) The closure of many team sites during the same period did not facilitate a reassignment. (...) Placing the Applicant on SLWFP may thus have been the only viable course of action under the circumstances, shifting, however, the question to the reason for closing the team site. 36. Closure of the team site is the factual element invoked by the Respondent as the exceptional circumstance.
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Score: 695532.57 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2020-020.pdf
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According to the Secretary-General, the Dispute Tribunal erred on a question of law and exceeded its competence in ordering the production of documents concerning the selection process when Mr. (...) Article 9, paragraph 1, of the Statute of the UNDT reads as follows: “The Dispute Tribunal may order production of documents or such other evidence as it deems necessary.” (...) The Tribunal is entitled to order the production of any document relevant to that end. 40.
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Score: 689406.93 - www.un.org/en/internalj...tucci) English Translation.pdf
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According to the Secretary-General, the Dispute Tribunal erred on a question of law and exceeded its competence in ordering the production of documents concerning the selection process when Mr. (...) Article 9, paragraph 1, of the Statute of the UNDT reads as follows: “The Dispute Tribunal may order production of documents or such other evidence as it deems necessary.” (...) The Tribunal is entitled to order the production of any document relevant to that end. 40.
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Score: 689406.93 - www.un.org/en/internalj...t/judgments/2011-unat-121e.pdf
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