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More info: www.who.int/COVID-19 • Comply with national and local health authorities and your organization’s guidelines. • Plan for regular cleaning and ensure the availability of hand sanitizers throughout with Facilities Management. • Plan for what to do if someone gets ill at your meeting with your in-house medical services. • Provide participants with WHO prevention recommendations: www.who.int/COVID-19 • Familiarize yourself with UN guidelines for meeting organizers. (...) • Consider your organization’s guidelines on travel and meetings. • Contact your in-house medical services for a pre- travel assessment. • Be aware of the national and local health authority’s regulations in all countries on your itinerary. • Protect yourself and others by practicing regular hand hygiene and cough etiquette, avoid touching your eyes, nose or mouth and avoid close contact with people suffering from fever and cough. • If you become sick while travelling, inform the crew and seek medical care early. (...) • Follow the directions of your national & local health authority. • Follow WHO prevention recommendations such as regular hand hygiene and cough etiquette, avoid touching your face, avoid crowded places and maintain at least 1 metre (3 feet) distance between yourself and others. • Contact national and local authorities for information about COVID-19 in your community: » Switzerland (multilingual): +41 58 463 00 00; Geneva Canton: 0800 909 400 » France: 0800 130 000 I am in my regular RESIDENCE and duty station, and cases of COVID-19 are being reported in my community.
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Score: 1136605.5 - https://www.un.org/sites/un2.un.org/files/scenarios_a4.pdf
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On 2 June 2022, Counsel for the Respondent sent an email to the regular email inbox of the Registry of New York in the present case which was otherwise closed by the Tribunal’s judgment in Judgment No. (...) On 15 June 2022, Counsel for the Respondent forwarded a motion for disclosure of hearing record by email to the Registry’s regular email inbox. This email was addressed to the Registry’s regular email inbox, three Registry staff members, Counsel for the Applicant, Chief of the Office of Staff Legal Assistance (“OSLA”) and OSLA’s regular email inbox. (...) On 15 June 2022, Counsel for the Applicant forwarded the following email to the Registry’s regular email inbox, the OSLA Chief and OSLA’s regular email inbox: Dear Registry Counsel for the respondent has confirmed that its correspondence with the Registry leading to Judge Hunter’s instructions, and ultimately to respondent’s motion filed today, were ex parte, for reasons that are unclear to me.
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Score: 1134749.8 - https://www.un.org/en/internal...es/undt/orders/ny-2022-056.pdf
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The Council instructed the Secretary General to report on the sharing of costs, including the cost of after-service medical benefits, between Regular Programme and the Technical Co-operation Programme. 2. (...) An estimate was made of the Regular Programme Budget activities funded by AOSC resources and Technical Co-operation activities funded by the Regular Programme Budget. (...) Noting that the costs identified in paragraph 3.1 above had historically been borne by the Regular Programme, the net transfer of costs from the Regular Programme to the AOSC fund was increased by US$ 144 000 in 2006.
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Score: 1121885 - https://www.icao.int/Meetings/...%2036th%20Session/wp042_en.pdf
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Key strategies of EGL include: capacity development of teachers through regular training and mentoring; development of locally contextualised learning materials; community mobilization; and policy advocacy. (...) At the strategic level, the Ministry of Home Affairs in 2018 encouraged all districts in Indonesia to prioritise literacy though programmes such as the UNICEF-supported EGL. • From 2015 to 2018, the proportion of non- readers in lower-performing schools decreased from 62 to 26 per cent, while the proportion of adequate readers increased from 6 to 18 per cent in target schools. • About 27,221 students (49 per cent girls) in Grades 2 and 3 have benefited from improved teaching and learning. • Nearly 1,600 teachers and principals, many indigenous, have improved their ability to provide tailored instruction due to UNICEF-led regular training and mentoring. • UNICEF helped develop 77 contextualised reading books at different levels, of which 56 are approved by the Ministry of Education. They come with EGL instruction guides, teaching materials and student worksheets.
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Score: 1121109 - https://www.unicef.org/media/1...s%20literacy%20(Indonesia).pdf
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Please only complete content cells as instructed and clearly labelled. Do not alter any other cells. (...) Please only complete content cells as instructed and clearly labelled. Do not alter any other cells. (...) Please only complete content cells as instructed and clearly labelled. Do not alter any other cells.
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Score: 1110560.4 - https://www.unhcr.org/lb/wp-co...fer-Form_TranslationEdits.xlsx
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Key strategies of EGL include: capacity development of teachers through regular training and mentoring; development of locally contextualised learning materials; community mobilization; and policy advocacy. (...) At the strategic level, the Ministry of Home Affairs encouraged all districts in Indonesia to prioritise literacy though programmes such as the UNICEF-supported EGL. • From 2015 to 2018, the proportion of non-readers in lower-performing schools decreased from 62 to 26 per cent, while the proportion of adequate readers increased from 6 to 18 per cent in target schools. • About 27,221 students (49 per cent girls) in Grades 2 and 3—the majority indigenous—have benefitted from improved teaching and learning. • Nearly 1,600 teachers and principals, many indigenous, have improved their ability to provide tailored instruction due to UNICEF- led regular training and mentoring. • UNICEF helped develop 77 contextualised reading books at different levels, of which 56 are approved by the Ministry of Education. (...) Contextualised books are more compelling for teachers and students, and they encourage children to read. • In rural and remote contexts, teachers need mentoring and detailed instructional materials to customise instruction and teach at the right level.
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Score: 1107531.3 - https://www.unicef.org/media/1...s%20literacy%20(Indonesia).pdf
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Such combination is subject to the approval of the immediate supervisor or the head of organ, division or section, as appropriate. - Cour Penale Internationale International Criminal Court - Le Greffe The Registry Page: 2/8 2.2 The regular working hours of the Court, i.e. from 9:00 to 17:30 from Monday to Friday, with a one-hour mandatory lunch break, shall be observed, unless the staff member is working on a part-time basis or a specific flexible working arrangement is agreed in accordance with this administrative instruction. 2.3 All flexible working arrangements require careful planning and preparation and shall not be considered an entitlement or a vested right of staff members. (...) In such cases, the designated compressed day off shall be taken as the regular tenth day off during the next ten working day period without the staff member having to work on a compressed work schedule during this period. 5.4 If a staff member is absent on official travel, sick leave or annual leave for one day or less during the ten working day period, or if one official holiday falls within the ten working day period, the staff member has the option to suspend the arrangement or to work on a nine-in- eight-day basis. (...) The immediate supervisor must ensure that the duties and functions to be provided by the staff member are covered, where required, during the full regular working hours. 8.2 All flexible working arrangements are solely at the discretion of the immediate supervisor, who will assess the request and reply within a reasonable time.
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Score: 1107314.8 - https://www.icc-cpi.int/sites/...E%20WORKING%20ARRANGEMENTS.PDF
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More info: www.who.int/COVID-19 • Comply with national and local health authorities and your organization’s guidelines. • Plan for regular cleaning and ensure the availability of hand sanitizers throughout with Facilities Management. • Plan for what to do if someone gets ill at your meeting with your in-house medical services. • Provide participants with WHO prevention recommendations: www.who.int/COVID-19 • Familiarize yourself with UN guidelines for meeting organizers. (...) • Consider your organization’s guidelines on travel and meetings. • Contact your in-house medical services for a pre- travel assessment. • Be aware of the national and local health authority’s regulations in all countries on your itinerary. • Protect yourself and others by practicing regular hand hygiene and cough etiquette, avoid touching your eyes, nose or mouth and avoid close contact with people suffering from fever and cough. • If you become sick while travelling, inform the crew and seek medical care early. (...) • Follow the directions of your national & local health authority. • Follow WHO prevention recommendations such as regular hand hygiene and cough etiquette, avoid touching your face, avoid crowded places and maintain at least 1 metre (3 feet) distance between yourself and others. • Contact national and local authorities for information about COVID-19 in your community: » Switzerland (multilingual): +41 58 463 00 00; Geneva Canton: 0800 909 400 » France: 0800 130 000 I am in my regular RESIDENCE and duty station, and cases of COVID-19 are being reported in my community.
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Score: 1104302.9 - https://www.un.org/sites/un2.u...files/2020/03/scenarios_a4.pdf
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Issuing follow-up instructions by the Departments concerned (a) Instructions by the Office of the State Peace and Development Council. (...) (e) Instructions by the Director-General, Myanmar Police Force. (...) Apart from the framework mentioned above, (a) the Director-General of the Supreme Court has instructed all departments and organizations subordinate to him to report any breaches of Order No. 1/99 and Order Supplementing Order No. 1/99 on a regular basis; (b) the Director-General of the General Administration Department has instructed all State Commissioners, Division Commissioners, Deputy Commissioners, Township Officers, Heads of Wards and Village Tracts to report to him any breaches of Order No. 1/99 and Order Supplementing Order No. 1/99 on a regular basis; (c) the Director-General of the Myanmar Police Force has instructed all Police Commanders of State, Division, District and Township Police Stations to report to him any breaches of Order No. 1/99 and Order Supplementing Order No. 1/99 on a regular basis.
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Score: 1098639.3 - www.ilo.org/public/engl...gb/docs/gb279/pdf/gb-6-1a1.pdf
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Such combination is subject to the approval of the immediate supervisor or the head of organ, division or secti on, as appropriate. 2.2 The regular working hours of the Court at its headquarters, i.e. from 9:00 to 17:30 from Monday to Friday, with a one-hour mandatory lunch break, or at its respective country offices, shall be observed, unless the staff member is working on a part-time basis or a specific flexible working arrangement is agreed in accordance with this administrative instruction. 2.3 All flexible working arrangements require careful planning and preparation on the part of all concerned. (...) Remote working may be authorized in units of half or full days, on a regular basis, or on an ad-hoc basis, for example to finish a particular assignment. (...) The immediate supervisor must ensure that the duties and functions to be provided by the staff member are covered, where required, during the full regular working hours. 8.2 Unless specified otherwise in this administrative instruction, all flexible working arrangements are at the discretion of the immediate supervisor, who will assess the request and reply within a reasonable time.
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Score: 1093602.1 - https://www.icc-cpi.int/sites/...e%20Working%20Arrangements.pdf
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