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Approximately one week after the Appeals Tribunal issued the impugned decision on 26 June 2020, he met with two former colleagues who told him that, sometime in April 2017, they had heard the Chief of Health Program say to his Deputy, while the former colleagues were in the office of the Chief of Health Program, that the Director of UNRWA Operations, JFO, had ordered him (Chief of Health Program) to convene a medical board for Mr. (...) He is relaying a conversation he had with his former colleagues who relayed another conversation in which they were not directly involved, but overheard between the Chief of Health Program and his Deputy about yet another conversation between the Chief of Health Program and the Director of UNRWA Operations, JFO. (...) Neither the Chief of Health Program nor the Director of UNRWA Operations, JFO, had the authority, at the time, to make a decision as to whether or not Mr.
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Score: 551676.07 - www.un.org/en/internalj...t/judgments/2021-UNAT-1127.pdf
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However, your post functions and level of responsibilities are not the same as the [G]rade 18 position, in particular because supervising an ESF program is not a part of your duties since the Ramallah Women’s Training Centre (RWTC) does not have an ESF program. (...) Although you did at some point supervise an ESF program at RWTC, this [is] no longer the case. As you are aware, beginning in the 2010-11 academic year, the Agency began phasing out the ESF program at RWTC in implementation of its decision to merge all ESF programs into one location. (...) As a consequence, no ESF program was taught at the RWTC as of the start of the 2013-2014 academic year. 3 Fuentes v.
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Score: 548326.03 - www.un.org/en/internalj...at/judgments/2016-UNAT-653.pdf
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In “its ordinary sense, an enrolment-related fee is an expense realized prior to the commencement of an academic program in relation to an educational admission process”. This does not include fees for “infrastructure, books, computers, or any other non-course related expenses that are incurred after the commencement of an academic program” such as those claimed by the Applicant; c. (...) The Respondent instead argues that Case No.: UNDT/NY/2021/002 Judgment No.: UNDT/2021/108 Page 6 of 9 enrollment is essentially a one-time event, which occurs after the student is admitted to an educational course and/or program. 16. The Tribunal disagrees. The plain meaning of enrollment, or being enrolled, in an educational course and/or program is that it simply indicates that a student is registered thereto.
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Score: 535994.14 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2021-108.pdf
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.: 111 (NBI/2020) Page 2 of 6 Introduction 1. The Applicant is a Program Officer working with the United Nations Development Program (“UNDP”). (...) The Applicant joined UNDP in July 2011 working as a Program Officer. In 2016, the project she was attached to closed.4 Thereafter, the Applicant was tasked to work on other assignments, including mobilization of resources and recently to design projects on COVID-19.5 In February 2020, the Applicant’s appointment was extended for three months. (...) Whereas in February 2020, the Administration decided to review the Applicant’s performance, extend her contract on a short or long period and even place her on a coaching program, if need be; no specific reason was given for change of this approach in the letter notifying the Applicant of the non-extension.
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Score: 523210.64 - www.un.org/en/internalj...s/undt/orders/nbi-2020-111.pdf
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 Page 52 - The Digital Financial Services (DFS) Ecosystem           Basic HTML Version Table of Contents View Full Version Page 52 - The Digital Financial Services (DFS) Ecosystem P. 52 ITU-T Focus Group Digital Financial Services Ecosystem relevant national identity programs in the 43 countries. For each national ID program, we reviewed the evidence using a framework that contains the following information: • Basic national identity program information – includes information about the management, funding, target population, and general history of the program. • National identity program methodology – includes information on enrollment/registration methods, credentials used (e.g., biometrics), and general operation of the program. • Implementation of the program – includes information on coverage/inclusion of the program, cost of the program, and implementation challenges. • Functional applications of the program – includes information on uses of the program for health, finance, agriculture, elections, social transfers, civil service administration, surveillance and security, and other purposes. (...) These national identity programs or initiatives include 38 government-issued national identity card programs, two passport programs, four voter’s card programs, as well as three special identity programs (Figure 1). A summary table of the 48 selected national identity programs, which presents the country, program name, program type, enrollment approach, year of launch, and implementation status of each program, is included in Appendix C.
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Score: 523129.2 - https://www.itu.int/en/publica...m/files/basic-html/page52.html
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Main Objective of Program Evaluation 5 • Causal effect: Impact = Outcome if in program – Outcome if not in program • The counterfactual quantifies what would have happened to program participant had they not participated in the program. • But we never observe these both for the same person. (...) Often individuals could systematically differ in participation and outcomes (self-selection) How to Identify Counterfactuals? 7 Those with the program and those without Without program With program Outcome measure The program failed? 8 Those with the program and those without Without program With program Impact Outcome measure What if those with the program are already different?
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Score: 522354.2 - https://www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/gro...eetingdocument/wcms_237495.pdf
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Main Objective of Program Evaluation 5 • Causal effect: Impact = Outcome if in program – Outcome if not in program • The counterfactual quantifies what would have happened to program participant had they not participated in the program. • But we never observe these both for the same person. (...) Often individuals could systematically differ in participation and outcomes (self-selection) How to Identify Counterfactuals? 7 Those with the program and those without Without program With program Outcome measure The program failed? 8 Those with the program and those without Without program With program Impact Outcome measure What if those with the program are already different?
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Score: 522354.2 - www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/grou...eetingdocument/wcms_237495.pdf
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AB 32 Update CAPCOA Fall Meeting 1 California’s Cap-and-Trade Program Rajinder Sahota California Air Resources Board January 2018  Part of a suite of climate policies to achieve 40% below 1990 levels by 2030  Ensure GHG targets are realized through a strict limit  Provide compliance flexibility to achieve cost-effective reductions  Allow price signals to motivate long-term investment in cleaner fuel and energy efficiency  Complement existing programs to reduce smog and air toxics  Facilitate integration of regional, national, and international GHG reduction programs  Extended in 2017 in conjunction with legislation to focus efforts on neighborhood level air pollution (AB 617) 2 Cap-and-Trade Program Economy-wide Coverage  Program covers about ~85% of State’s Emissions  Stationary sources with emissions ≥25,000 metric tons of carbon dioxide equivalent (MTCO2e) per year  Importers of electricity  Emissions from the combustion of supplied fuels, including natural gas and transportation fuels Carbon dioxide (CO2), methane (CH4), nitrous oxide (N2O) 3 Cap-and-Trade Program Allowance Budgets 8 Important Design Features  Allocation to industrial sources to prevent leakage  Multiyear compliance periods  Banking  Offsets  Compliance Flexibility  Allowance Price Containment Reserve  Auction with price floor for carbon price discovery to inform investment and compliance decisions  Allows market to identify lowest-cost GHG reductions 5 How is Cap and Trade Enforced?  Robust annual GHG emissions reporting and verification  Use consistent methods for reporting within a sector and across sectors  Third-party verification to ensure accurate reporting Offset projects must comply with CARB-adopted protocols and undergo third-party verification  Automatic 4x increase in compliance obligation if an entity misses the compliance deadline 6 7  ~450 covered entities in the Cap-and-Trade ProgramProgram linked with Québec’s cap-and-trade program on January 1, 2014, and will link with Ontario’s program on January 1, 2018  >1.1 billion compliance instruments held in private accounts (~$16 billion in value)  >$6.4 billion generated for California Climate Investments  High levels of compliance with Program requirements  Carbon price is being incorporated into compliance, investment decisions, and electricity market Cap-and-Trade Program Facts and Figures What is Linkage?  In the context of the California Cap-and-Trade Program, linkage refers to the process of approving compliance instruments issued by another jurisdiction’s climate program (e.g., an emissions trading system) to be eligible for use by entities to meet compliance obligations under California’s program  Current linkage  Instruments from another ETS can be used in California and where California instruments can be used in the other ETS  Ex., Québec, Ontario  Potential linkage to Sector-Based Offset Programs  Instruments from an approved sector-based offset program can be used in California, but California instruments would not be used in the sector-based offset program  Ex., Acre, Brazil 8 SB 1018 Requirements  The Governor must make all of the following findings:  Partner Jurisdiction has adopted program requirements for GHG reductions and offset credits which are equivalent to or stricter than California’s  California has continued ability to enforce its laws and regulations  Partner Jurisdiction has ability to enforce its laws and regulations, and enforcement requirements are equivalent to or stricter than California’s enforcement requirements  Proposed linkage does not impose any significant liability on California for any failure associated with the linkage 9 SB 1018 Process to Propose Linkage  Review potential partner jurisdiction’s program (or proposed program if not yet adopted)  Assess partner jurisdiction program against SB 1018 requirements  Stringency of GHG reduction requirement  Monitoring, Reporting, and Verification  Accuracy requirement  Program coverage (i.e., who is regulated)  Market/trading rules (if an ETS)  Offset provisions and requirements  Enforcement mechanisms within potential partner jurisdiction  Develop recommendations and notification package to send to Governor 10 Recent Legislation: AB 398  Provides direction on a post-2020 Cap-and-Trade Program, including  Changes to the offset usage limit and requirements for instate benefits  Direction on allowance allocation  Establishing two price containment points and a price ceiling CARB in the process of evaluating changes to program design features Changes will be subject to a public process and coordinated with linked partners  AB 398 requires that changes be in effect by January 1, 2021 10 12 Additional Resources  California Air Resources Board: https://www.arb.ca.gov/homepage.htm  Cap-and-Trade Program: https://www.arb.ca.gov/cc/capandtrade/capandtrade.htm  California’s Climate Change Scoping Plan: https://www.arb.ca.gov/cc/scopingplan/scopingplan.htm  Mandatory Greenhouse Gas Emissions Reporting: https://ww2.arb.ca.gov/our-work/programs/mandatory-greenhouse- gas-emissions-reporting  ETS Linkage Information https://www.arb.ca.gov/cc/capandtrade/linkage/linkage.htm https://www.arb.ca.gov/homepage.htm https://www.arb.ca.gov/cc/capandtrade/capandtrade.htm https://www.arb.ca.gov/cc/scopingplan/scopingplan.htm https://ww2.arb.ca.gov/our-work/programs/mandatory-greenhouse-gas-emissions-reporting https://ww2.arb.ca.gov/our-work/programs/mandatory-greenhouse-gas-emissions-reporting https://ww2.arb.ca.gov/our-work/programs/mandatory-greenhouse-gas-emissions-reporting https://ww2.arb.ca.gov/our-work/programs/mandatory-greenhouse-gas-emissions-reporting https://ww2.arb.ca.gov/our-work/programs/mandatory-greenhouse-gas-emissions-reporting https://ww2.arb.ca.gov/our-work/programs/mandatory-greenhouse-gas-emissions-reporting 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Score: 520621.5 - https://www.cepal.org/sites/de...sentations/rajinder_sahota.pdf
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The program was implemented by the SKOLKOVO Moscow School of Management in the framework of the International Program to Strengthen VET Systems and Labour Markets in the CIS, Asia, and the Middle East. (...) We made the Program as practical as possible. The teams needed to understand the logic of managers of the enterprises that their graduates would work for, design a prototype for an educational program based on this understanding, validate the prototype to ensure that the program is in line with the market, and begin to implement educational programs." (...) Dmitry Ermolenko, Director of the Arkhangelsk Polytechnic College about the results of the program: "The program has become a movement for professional development of team members!
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Score: 519665.2 - https://www.ilo.org/skills/pro...WCMS_751595/lang--en/index.htm
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National multi-stakeholder workshop on joint programming Held in June 2009. Formation of joint national committee Submission of joint programming proposal by stakeholders Implementation of joint programming activities Fiji Considerations in selection for pilot joint programming o The Fiji UNDAF programme reflects the commitment of UNCT on “Strengthened programs to reduce violence against women and children. o UNFPA, ILO and WHO form the Country Team Inter-agency Task Force and Theme Group on Gender in Fiji and joint programming has occurred between UNICEF, WHO and UNFPA on gender. (...) Submission of joint programming proposal by stakeholders Implementation of joint programming activities Jamaica Considerations in selection for pilot joint programming o UNCT carried out a programme on violence against women between 2003 and 2006. (...) Submission of joint programming proposal by stakeholders Submitted. Implementation of joint programming activities Implementation to commence by end 2008.
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Score: 519282.96 - https://www.un.org/womenwatch/...int_programming_initiative.pdf
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