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However, these candidates could be admitted in the job family of Public Information for which “Languages” was a specified eligibility criterion. 12. (...) UNDT/2015/044 Page 6 of 32 requirements for Public Information, the delay in clarifying the situation has decreased this expectation. 24. (...) In his first communication with ETS, dated 4 November 2013, on the subject of the Public Information examination, the Applicant made it clear that he was awaiting the reconsideration of the decision about the YPP in Administration before taking up the offer to take part in Public Information.
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Score: 332450.76 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2015-044.pdf
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Also, privilege exists under the common law principle of public interest immunity, where for example information gathered by the state cannot be disclosed if the court decides that this would be damaging to the public interest. The probative value of the impugned evidence however must be weighed by the court against the public interest sought to be protected. Probative Value 14. (...) The Tribunal is satisfied that no such public interest has been made out by the Respondent in this case.
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Score: 332213.57 - www.un.org/en/internalj...s/undt/orders/nbi-2013-030.pdf
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Siciliano only on jurisdictional grounds, that U.S. criminal proceedings are public, and UNITED NATIONS APPEALS TRIBUNAL TRIBUNAL D’APPEL DES NATIONS UNIES 2 of 3 that Mr. Siciliano’s name as associated with that criminal case will remain part of the public record irrespective of the outcome of his appeal before the Appeals Tribunal. 4. (...) (Signed) Weicheng Lin, Registrar 6 Utkina, supra note 3, para. 19 (denying a request for redaction of information already in the public domain).
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Score: 331343.65 - www.un.org/en/internalj...orders/order-unat-2016-269.pdf
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UNDT/2012/181 Page 5 of 9 his contractual rights were breached as a result of the publication of the Letter; b. The Letter was published on a Staff Union bulletin that was created for the purpose of sharing information with all staff members. (...) Rather there is a procedure in place under which anyone may submit a letter or article for publication. Consequently, the Tribunal cannot order that a letter be published without prior review or that monetary compensation be awarded in lieu of specific performance; h. (...) Consequently, the only remedy available to the Applicant is to submit a letter directly to the iSeek team using the publication procedures currently in place, a remedy which does not need to be ordered by the Tribunal.
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Score: 331189.92 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2012-181.pdf
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As the Appeals Tribunal previously held:1 [O]ne of the purposes or goals of the new system for the administration of justice is to assure that the judgments of the Appeals Tribunal are published and made available to the Organization’s staff and the general public. Public dissemination of the appellate judgments helps to assure there is transparency in the operations of the Appeals Tribunal. (...) Kadri also claims that he will suffer adverse consequences by reason of the publication of his name, such claims are speculative. (...) Secretary-General of the United Nations, Order No. 228 (2015) (where the Appeals Tribunal was satisfied that publication of the Applicant’s name jeopardized her personal security, freedom of movement and ability to further work for the United Nations). 7 Cf.
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Score: 329821.75 - www.un.org/en/internalj...orders/order-unat-2015-239.pdf
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Appleton compensation for non-pecuniary damages because of the public nature of the selection process. The UNDT improperly considered the “public nature” of the selection process as an adverse factor in awarding Mr. Appleton moral damages, especially since none of the public pronouncements identified him by name. (...) The Secretary-General contends that such public comments were legitimate conduct by high-level officials, who have an obligation to publically respond to questions or criticisms from the press and others and to defend the actions of the Administration.
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Score: 328365.77 - www.un.org/en/internalj...at/judgments/2013-UNAT-347.pdf
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On 13 November 2020, the Respondent filed a “Motion for an In Camera Hearing” in which, with reference to art. 16 of the Dispute Tribunal’s Rules of Procedure, he requested that the hearing be closed to the public. In support thereof, the Respondent submits, inter alia, that “the evidence presented at the hearing may wander to safety and security related issues ancillary or entirely beyond the scope of the present case, and which are not appropriate for presentation in the public domain”, that Mr. (...) KR’s testimony in their oral presentations of their case, the entire hearing will be closed to the public. Case No. UNDT/NY/2018/087 Order No. 185 (NY/2020) Page 3 of 3 IT IS ORDERED THAT: 5. (...) to 1:30 p.m. is to be held in camera and closed to the public. (Signed) Judge Alexander W.
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Score: 328127.4 - www.un.org/en/internalj...es/undt/orders/ny-2020-185.pdf
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The justification for the motion is set out as follows: “[The Applicant] is a deeply religious woman […] and would be highly embarrassed by further public disclosure of the case. It would defeat the purpose of the settlement of the matter to subject her and her family to further public ridicule”. 11. (...) Has the request been made timely? How would the public interest of open and transparent justice be served if a redaction of names is granted? (...) The foregoing provisions make clear that one of the purposes or goals of the new system for the administration of justice is to assure that the judgments of the Appeals Tribunal are published and made available to the Organization’s staff and the general public. Public dissemination of the appellate judgments helps to assure there is transparency in the operations of the Appeals Tribunal.
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Score: 327724.8 - www.un.org/en/internalj...s/undt/orders/nbi-2014-240.pdf
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This motion contained two requests: (i) that the matter be heard on an expedited basis; and (ii) that any hearings be closed to the public and that the Applicant’s name be omitted from any rulings. (...) The application submitted by the Applicant raises personal and confidential information including medical reports concerning the Applicant and members of her family, which must be protected from public disclosure. Respondent’s submissions 7. (...) The Tribunal highlights, however, that the parties’ written pleadings before the Tribunal are generally not available to the public and that the Tribunal’s case records are kept confidential and secure in its Registry.
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Score: 326819.53 - www.un.org/en/internalj...es/undt/orders/ny-2011-063.pdf
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UNDT/NY/2009/143 and, following a public hearing, was rejected in Judgment No. UNDT/2009/096, rendered on 31 December 2009, following which that case was closed. (...) Further, unlike in many domestic courts, generally the case record and filings made before the Dispute Tribunal are not available to the public. The only public documents are judgments and orders that are published on the Tribunal’s website. (...) For instance, a publicly available judgment may have been accessed and downloaded by the public, and posted on other websites, including online law libraries.
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Score: 325422.68 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2014-024.pdf
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