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Effective 1 July 2007, the Applicant was appointed by the Secretary-General as Director (L-7) of the United Nations Interregional Crime and Justice Research Institute (UNICRI) under a one-year project personnel appointment (200 series of the former Staff Rules), which was extended for another year from 1 July to 30 June 2009, then for three months effective 1 July 2009.
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Score: 394489.2 - www.un.org/en/internalj...s/undt/orders/gva-2010-028.pdf
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She further submits that in her PHP she mentioned that she “[i]nitiat[ed] research projects on the use of “big data” generated by the Safeguards IT system, MOSAIC”.
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Score: 394489.2 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2020-169.pdf
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Page 1 of 60 UNITED NATIONS DISPUTE TRIBUNAL Case No.: UNDT/NY/2017/037 Judgment No.: UNDT/2018/020 Date: 20 February 2018 Original: English Before: Judge Alessandra Greceanu
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Score: 391440.33 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2018-020.pdf
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Rather, his experience until present is that of a former diplomatic attaché, a Policy Research Officer at the P-2 level in UNHCR, a Project manager at OECD and an Interpreter in different capacities. (...) Therefore the managerial qualities sought to be relied upon by the Administration is that of a P-2 Policy Research Officer and as a Project manager, dating back almost 13 years ago; since then his only other supervisory capacity has been exercised as a team leader in the Interpreters Section, a function that the Applicant is also carrying out. 49.
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Score: 389576.2 - www.un.org/en/internalj...s/undt/orders/gva-2013-200.pdf
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In line with what precedes, it was also suggested to mainstream some of the advocacy functions, so as to integrate them better within the coordination/protection and research/reporting units. We need to move quickly on this ... 9. (...) It also stressed the need for OCHA-OPT to quickly mainstream some advocacy functions so as to integrate them better within coordination/protection and research/reporting units. Consequently, the position of Chief of Advocacy became redundant; e. (...) In line with what precedes, it was also suggested to mainstream some of the advocacy functions, so as to integrate them better within the coordination/protection and research/reporting units. We need to move quickly on this … 45.
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Score: 383904.37 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2012-008.pdf
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The Applicant started service in October 2016 as a Corporate Research Officer (P-2), with the Private Fundraising and Partnerships Division (“PFP”), UNICEF, under a two year fixed term contract. (...) The Applicant started service in October 2016 as a Corporate Research Officer (P-2), with the Private Fundraising and Partnerships Division (“PFP”), UNICEF, under a two year fixed term contract.
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Score: 366233.6 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2018-040.pdf
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Whilst the Applicant was the only senior staff member in Japan who came from a developing country, a number of other senior staff in the UNU system, serving for example as directors of UNU research and training centres and programmes, are from developing countries. In any event, appointments are made on a competitive basis by selection committees comprising members of the advisory boards/committees of the research and training centres and programmes, in consultation with the UNU Council; and; d.
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Score: 366233.6 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2017-055.pdf
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Q. Do researchers/Research team own copyright for their research proposals, database collected and research papers conducted under the grant awards of the Contest or not? (...) Q. Do the researchers/research teams have right to use the database collected from survey/research under grand awards of this Contest for other independent research projects? (...) Will the Organizers support in the process of implementing research project, for example connecting with local units that the researchers/research teams undertake the field research?
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Score: 362208.62 - https://www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/gro...ts/publication/wcms_630263.pdf
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Q. Do researchers/Research team own copyright for their research proposals, database collected and research papers conducted under the grant awards of the Contest or not? (...) Q. Do the researchers/research teams have right to use the database collected from survey/research under grand awards of this Contest for other independent research projects? (...) Will the Organizers support in the process of implementing research project, for example connecting with local units that the researchers/research teams undertake the field research?
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Score: 362208.62 - www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/grou...ts/publication/wcms_630263.pdf
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WHA60.15 WHO’s role and responsibilities in health research 60th World Health Assembly (May 2007) The Sixtieth World Health Assembly, Recalling resolution WHA58.34 on the Ministerial Summit on Health Research; Having considered the report on WHO’s role and responsibilities in health research; Acknowledging the critical role of the entire spectrum of health and medical research in improving human health; Recognizing that research into poverty and inequity in health is limited, and that the ensuing evidence is important to guide policy in order to minimize gaps; Reaffirming that research to strengthen health systems is fundamental for achieving internationally agreed health-related development goals, including those contained in the United Nations Millennium Declaration; Recognizing that a wide gap exists between developed and developing countries in the capacity for health research, that it may hamper efforts to achieve better health results, and that it may contribute to worsening the brain drain; Noting in particular the work of IARC, the WHO Centre for Health Development, the UNICEF/UNDP/World Bank/WHO Special Programme for Research and Training in Tropical Diseases, and the UNDP/UNFPA/WHO/World Bank Special Programme of Research, Development and Research Training in Human Reproduction; Convinced that research findings and data derived from effective health-information systems should be used to inform decisions on the delivery of interventions to those who need them most; Mindful that the Organization should lead by example in the use of research findings to inform decisions about health; Reaffirming the role of WHO’s cosponsored research programmes in support of neglected areas of research relevant to poor and disadvantaged populations, particularly poverty related diseases, tuberculosis, malaria and AIDS, and recognizing the contributions of WHO to strengthening research capacity; Committed to ensuring ethical standards in the conduct of health research supported by the Organization; Recognizing the need to evaluate progress in health research since 2004 and to discuss the future needs of all Member States with regard to the promotion of evidence-based health research and policies, URGES Member States: (1) to consider implementing the recommendation made by the Commission on Health Research for Development in 1990 that “developing countries should invest at least 2% of national health expenditures in research and research capacity strengthening, and at least 5% of project and programme aid for the health sector from development aid agencies should be earmarked for research and research capacity strengthening”; (2) to consider the development and strengthening of resource-tracking tools in order to monitor expenditure on health research from government and donor sources, and to disseminate relevant research findings to policy-makers, civil-society entities and the general public; (3) to integrate research in the mainstream of national programme activities and plans, and to promote wider access to research findings; (4) to strengthen the capacity of national and institutional ethics committees that review health-research proposals, as appropriate; (5) to draw up or strengthen health-research policies and health-research legislative documents, as appropriate; (6) to create a sustained training programme for research managers and to facilitate a cadre of trained professionals to manage health research, where necessary; (7) to improve the career management of researchers who do not necessarily come underthe authority of the ministry responsible for research, as appropriate; (8) to consider strengthening national research capacities in the following complementary areas: generation of new knowledge, human and financial resources, research institutes and use of research findings in policy decisions, and to foster national and international networks for research collaboration; (9) to develop and strengthen a participatory mechanism, as appropriate, for all stakeholders in order to prioritize the health-research agenda on the basis of dynamic changes in health systems, disease burden, and emerging health-related issues. CALLS UPON the health-research community, other international organizations, the private sector, civil society and other concerned stakeholders to provide strong, sustained support to research activities across the entire spectrum of health, medical and behavioural research, especially research into communicable diseases and poverty and inequity in health, with the participation of communities and in keeping with national priorities, and to maintain support of activities that promote the use of research findings to inform policy, practice and public opinion; REQUESTS the Director-General: (1) to promote and advocate research in neglected areas of importance for better health, in particular on diseases that disproportionately affect developing countries and for poor and disadvantaged groups; (2) to strengthen the culture of research for evidence-based decision-making in the Organization and to ensure that research informs its technical activities; (3) to develop a reporting system on WHO’s activities in health research; (4) to improve significantly coordination of relevant research activities, including integration of research into disease control and prevention, and to designate one focal point within the Organization who has the overview of all WHO’s research activities; (5) to review the use of research evidence for major policy decisions and recommendations within WHO; (6) to establish transparent mechanisms for prioritization of research activities and projects within WHO, including independent peer-review mechanisms, and selection criteria such as relevance and scientific quality; (7) to establish standard procedures and mechanisms for the conduct of research and use of findings by the Organization, including registration of its research proposals in a publicly accessible database, peer review of proposals, and dissemination of findings; (8) to advise Member States, when requested, on ways to organize systems for research for better health; (9) to promote better access to relevant research findings, including by supporting the movement towards open access to scientific journals; (10) to provide support to Member States in order to develop capacities for health-systems and health-policy research, where necessary; (11) to provide technical support to Member States for strengthening the capacity of national and institutional health-research ethics committees, reviewing complex research protocols, and drafting national health policies and health-research legislative documents; (12) to identify and implement mechanisms to provide better support to countries and regions in recognizing and maximizing health research as a key factor in the development of health systems, in particular in developing countries; (13) to formulate simple priority-setting strategies for health research for use by national governments, where appropriate; (14) to institute appropriate systems and mechanisms for greater interaction and convergence among researchers and users of relevant research in order to improve use of research findings and to enhance framing of health policy; (15) to provide capacity-building opportunities in health economics, assessment of health technology, economic impact of disease, and costing of various interventions so that a country may optimize its health-system delivery; (16) to build up capacity in order to monitor and report to Member States on total expenditure on health research by country and region, by public and donor sources, and by type of expenditure; (17) to submit to the Sixty-second World Health Assembly a strategy for the management and organization of research activities within WHO; (18) to convene a ministerial conference on health research, open to all Member States, in Bamako, November 2008.
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Score: 361697.68 - https://www.who.int/tdr/about/...ernance/documents/WHA60.15.pdf
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