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Bangladesh graduation status 08 Septiembre 2021 Bangladesh is scheduled to graduate in 2026 (see the General Assembly resolution here ). (...) Bhutan 08 Septiembre 2021 Bhutan is scheduled to graduate in 2023. Bhutan's LDC Snapshot (LDC criteria, CDP reports, ECOSOC and General Assembly resolutions, impact assessment, vulnerability profile, etc.) (...) Lao PDR graduation status 07 Septiembre 2021 Lao PDR is scheduled to graduate in 2026 (see the General Assembly resolution here ).
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Bangladesh graduation status 08 septembre 2021 Bangladesh is scheduled to graduate in 2026 (see the General Assembly resolution here ). (...) Bhutan 08 septembre 2021 Bhutan is scheduled to graduate in 2023. Bhutan's LDC Snapshot (LDC criteria, CDP reports, ECOSOC and General Assembly resolutions, impact assessment, vulnerability profile, etc.) (...) Lao PDR graduation status 07 septembre 2021 Lao PDR is scheduled to graduate in 2026 (see the General Assembly resolution here ).
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Media Accreditation & Liaison Unit Logistical support and information to members of the press العربية 中文 English Français Русский Español Media Accreditation & Liaison Unit Logistical support and information to members of the press Search Menu Home Media Alert UN WebTV Live Schedule UNTV News Pool Operation UNTV Transmission Guide Accreditation First Time Renewal Picking Up Badge Types of Accreditation Guidelines Upcoming Events Resources Media Documents Centre Media Resources Contact Us Media Resources MEDIA DOCUMENTS CENTRE Access to documents and reports of interest to the press. (...) UN JOURNAL Lists all scheduled events at UN Headquarters in New York, such as which meetings are held, when and where, topics discussed and reference to related documents. (...) The UN Web TV Channel is available 24 hours a day: UN Web TV schedule UNTV and Audiovisual Library UNTV provides live daily feeds of meetings, conferences and special events at UN Headquarters in New York and around the world - Pool schedule and Transmission Guide .
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Adjustment on the meeting schedule 5. Discussion on the plan for the preparation of the Sixth Session 6. (...) Adjustment on the meeting schedule The Bureau reviewed the dates of meetings tentatively set at its first meeting and updated the schedule after taking into account various factors. It was also agreed that to maximize the efficiency of members who travel from abroad, the bureau meetings in New York would be for the duration of 2 days. The new schedule would be as follows: • 28 - 29 November 2005: third meeting • 29 November - 2 December 2005: briefings to negotiating/regional groups in New York • 11- 13 January 2006: one day for informal consultations, if it would be decided to hold informal consultations • 25 - 26 January 2006: fourth meeting • 12 February 2006: fifth meeting • 13-24 February 2006: daily meetings during the sixth session The Bureau will schedule an additional meeting during the country-led initiative in Berlin (16-18 November 2005).
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United Nations Internal Justice System العربية 中文 English Français Русский Español ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE AT THE UN UN INTERNAL JUSTICE SYSTEM Search Menu Overview Home Page About the System Who Can Use the System System Chart Resolving Disputes Informally Resolving Disputes Formally Internal Justice Council Key Documents Judicial Vacancies Office of Administration of Justice Main Page About OAJ Contact Mandate Organizational Structure Activity Reports Key Documents Legal Assistance for Staff Main Page About What OSLA Can Help You With Who OSLA Helps How OSLA Helps How to Request OSLA Assistance Meet The Legal Team FAQs Conduct Costs and Funding Recent Successes at the Tribunals Testimonials Contact UN Dispute Tribunal Main Page What You Should Know Who Can File What You Can Challenge Management Evaluation Representation Time Limits Forms/Filing Guidelines E-Filing After the Filing Judgments and Orders About/Contact Key Documents Judges Schedule of Hearings Conduct UN Appeals Tribunal Main Page From Filing to Judgment Representation Appeals and Answers Time Limits Procedural Motions Post UNAT Judgment Applications Forms/Filing Guidelines E-Filing Judgments and Orders About/Contact/Calendar Key Documents Judges Conduct ABOUT THE SYSTEM UN system staff members, wherever they may work, are bound by the Organization’s Staff Regulations and Rules and administrative issuances, and, must also comply with the local laws of the country they work in. (...) Timelines – wallet card → MAIN COMPONENTS Office of Administration of Justice (OAJ) Contact OAJ Office of Staff Legal Assistance (OSLA) Contact OSLA UN Dispute Tribunal (UNDT) Contact UNDT UN Appeals Tribunal (UNAT) Contact UNAT UN Ombudsman and Mediation Services (UNOMS) Contact UNOMS RELATED OFFICES Ethics Offices Staff Counsellor Management Evaluation Unit UN Focal Point for Women RESOURCES Judgments and Orders Guide to resolving disputes Digest of Case Law 2009–2019 HR Handbook Sexual harassment KEY DOCUMENTS OAJ Activity Reports Code of conduct for legal representatives and litigants in person Code of conduct for OSLA affiliated counsel Code of conduct for UNDT and UNAT Judges Complaint mechanism re UNDT and UNAT Judges UN Dispute Tribunal UNDT Statute UNDT Rules of Procedure UNDT Practice Directions PD 1 On Three-Judge Panels PD 2 On Legal Representation PD 3 On Mediation PD 4 On Filing of Applications and Replies PD 5 On Filing of Motions and Responses PD 6 On Records UNDT Guidelines on filing through e-filing UNDT Court Etiquette UNDT Toolkit for self-represented litigants UN Appeals Tribunal UNAT Statute UNAT Rules of Procedure UNAT Practice Direction on Filing of Documents and Case Management UNAT Court Etiquette UNAT Toolkit for self-represented litigants FORMS OSLA forms UNDT forms UNAT forms HEARING/SESSION UNDT Geneva schedule UNDT Nairobi schedule UNDT New York schedule UNAT Session Schedule E-FILING Link to e-filing portal How UNDT e-filing works How UNAT e-filing works Creating your e-filing account Resetting your password User guide: How to file a new case User guide: How to file a submission for an existing case Frequently Asked Questions UNITED NATIONS Contact Copyright Fraud Alert Privacy Notice Site Index Terms of Use
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United Nations Internal Justice System العربية 中文 English Français Русский Español ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE AT THE UN UNITED NATIONS DISPUTE TRIBUNAL Search Menu Overview Home Page About the System Who Can Use the System System Chart Resolving Disputes Informally Resolving Disputes Formally Internal Justice Council Key Documents Judicial Vacancies Office of Administration of Justice Main Page About OAJ Contact Mandate Organizational Structure Activity Reports Key Documents Legal Assistance for Staff Main Page About What OSLA Can Help You With Who OSLA Helps How OSLA Helps How to Request OSLA Assistance Meet The Legal Team FAQs Conduct Costs and Funding Recent Successes at the Tribunals Testimonials Contact UN Dispute Tribunal Main Page What You Should Know Who Can File What You Can Challenge Management Evaluation Representation Time Limits Forms/Filing Guidelines E-Filing After the Filing Judgments and Orders About/Contact Key Documents Judges Schedule of Hearings Conduct UN Appeals Tribunal Main Page From Filing to Judgment Representation Appeals and Answers Time Limits Procedural Motions Post UNAT Judgment Applications Forms/Filing Guidelines E-Filing Judgments and Orders About/Contact/Calendar Key Documents Judges Conduct UN DISPUTE TRIBUNAL JUDGMENTS AND ORDERS The judgments and orders of the UN Dispute Tribunal (UNDT) are public and available on this website. (...) JURISPRUDENCE FROM PREVIOUS ADMINISTRATIVE TRIBUNAL The jurisprudence of the former UN Administrative Tribunal (abolished as of 31 Dec 2009) is available at the following website: http://untreaty.un.org/unat/main_page.htm MAIN COMPONENTS Office of Administration of Justice (OAJ) Contact OAJ Office of Staff Legal Assistance (OSLA) Contact OSLA UN Dispute Tribunal (UNDT) Contact UNDT UN Appeals Tribunal (UNAT) Contact UNAT UN Ombudsman and Mediation Services (UNOMS) Contact UNOMS RELATED OFFICES Ethics Offices Staff Counsellor Management Evaluation Unit UN Focal Point for Women RESOURCES Judgments and Orders Guide to resolving disputes Digest of Case Law 2009–2019 HR Handbook Sexual harassment KEY DOCUMENTS OAJ Activity Reports Code of conduct for legal representatives and litigants in person Code of conduct for OSLA affiliated counsel Code of conduct for UNDT and UNAT Judges Complaint mechanism re UNDT and UNAT Judges UN Dispute Tribunal UNDT Statute UNDT Rules of Procedure UNDT Practice Directions PD 1 On Three-Judge Panels PD 2 On Legal Representation PD 3 On Mediation PD 4 On Filing of Applications and Replies PD 5 On Filing of Motions and Responses PD 6 On Records UNDT Guidelines on filing through e-filing UNDT Court Etiquette UNDT Toolkit for self-represented litigants UN Appeals Tribunal UNAT Statute UNAT Rules of Procedure UNAT Practice Direction on Filing of Documents and Case Management UNAT Court Etiquette UNAT Toolkit for self-represented litigants FORMS OSLA forms UNDT forms UNAT forms HEARING/SESSION UNDT Geneva schedule UNDT Nairobi schedule UNDT New York schedule UNAT Session Schedule E-FILING Link to e-filing portal How UNDT e-filing works How UNAT e-filing works Creating your e-filing account Resetting your password User guide: How to file a new case User guide: How to file a submission for an existing case Frequently Asked Questions UNITED NATIONS Contact Copyright Fraud Alert Privacy Notice Site Index Terms of Use
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United Nations Internal Justice System العربية 中文 English Français Русский Español ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE AT THE UN UNITED NATIONS DISPUTE TRIBUNAL Search Menu Overview Home Page About the System Who Can Use the System System Chart Resolving Disputes Informally Resolving Disputes Formally Internal Justice Council Key Documents Judicial Vacancies Office of Administration of Justice Main Page About OAJ Contact Mandate Organizational Structure Activity Reports Key Documents Legal Assistance for Staff Main Page About What OSLA Can Help You With Who OSLA Helps How OSLA Helps How to Request OSLA Assistance Meet The Legal Team FAQs Conduct Costs and Funding Recent Successes at the Tribunals Testimonials Contact UN Dispute Tribunal Main Page What You Should Know Who Can File What You Can Challenge Management Evaluation Representation Time Limits Forms/Filing Guidelines E-Filing After the Filing Judgments and Orders About/Contact Key Documents Judges Schedule of Hearings Conduct UN Appeals Tribunal Main Page From Filing to Judgment Representation Appeals and Answers Time Limits Procedural Motions Post UNAT Judgment Applications Forms/Filing Guidelines E-Filing Judgments and Orders About/Contact/Calendar Key Documents Judges Conduct WHO CAN FILE AN APPLICATION WITH THE UN DISPUTE TRIBUNAL ELIGIBILITY You must be eligible to file an application with the UN Dispute Tribunal (UNDT) in order to have your application considered by a judge. (...) MAIN COMPONENTS Office of Administration of Justice (OAJ) Contact OAJ Office of Staff Legal Assistance (OSLA) Contact OSLA UN Dispute Tribunal (UNDT) Contact UNDT UN Appeals Tribunal (UNAT) Contact UNAT UN Ombudsman and Mediation Services (UNOMS) Contact UNOMS RELATED OFFICES Ethics Offices Staff Counsellor Management Evaluation Unit UN Focal Point for Women RESOURCES Judgments and Orders Guide to resolving disputes Digest of Case Law 2009–2019 HR Handbook Sexual harassment KEY DOCUMENTS OAJ Activity Reports Code of conduct for legal representatives and litigants in person Code of conduct for OSLA affiliated counsel Code of conduct for UNDT and UNAT Judges Complaint mechanism re UNDT and UNAT Judges UN Dispute Tribunal UNDT Statute UNDT Rules of Procedure UNDT Practice Directions PD 1 On Three-Judge Panels PD 2 On Legal Representation PD 3 On Mediation PD 4 On Filing of Applications and Replies PD 5 On Filing of Motions and Responses PD 6 On Records UNDT Guidelines on filing through e-filing UNDT Court Etiquette UNDT Toolkit for self-represented litigants UN Appeals Tribunal UNAT Statute UNAT Rules of Procedure UNAT Practice Direction on Filing of Documents and Case Management UNAT Court Etiquette UNAT Toolkit for self-represented litigants FORMS OSLA forms UNDT forms UNAT forms HEARING/SESSION UNDT Geneva schedule UNDT Nairobi schedule UNDT New York schedule UNAT Session Schedule E-FILING Link to e-filing portal How UNDT e-filing works How UNAT e-filing works Creating your e-filing account Resetting your password User guide: How to file a new case User guide: How to file a submission for an existing case Frequently Asked Questions UNITED NATIONS Contact Copyright Fraud Alert Privacy Notice Site Index Terms of Use
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In particular, the Special Event on Heads of CPF Agencies Dialogue with representatives of Major Groups will focus on forest solutions to tackle climate change, conflicts and food insecurity. c. Scheduling of meetings of the members’ governing bodies The Chair shared that some Member States expressed concerns regarding the scheduling of the forest-related events and meetings of the members’ governing bodies, and noted the importance to coordinate more effectively among members to avoid conflicting meeting schedules and facilitate Member States’ participation in the meetings. (...) Heads and principals of the CPF are invited to attend in person/virtually/through a video message to address the event; ▪ CPF members to decide if they want to showcase their work during the 2022 HLPF to consider organizing a side event. ▪ Members are asked to share and coordinate the schedules of their major events and meetings of the governing bodies to avoid conflicting schedules and facilitate Member States’ participation in the meetings. (...) It was added that the data collection for the Global Forest Resources Assessments (FRA) 2025 is scheduled to start in early 2023. Meeting of the Collaborative Partnership on Forests | 7 April 2022 4 | P a g e c.
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United Nations Internal Justice System العربية 中文 English Français Русский Español ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE AT THE UN OFFICE OF STAFF LEGAL ASSISTANCE Search Menu Overview Home Page About the System Who Can Use the System System Chart Resolving Disputes Informally Resolving Disputes Formally Internal Justice Council Key Documents Judicial Vacancies Office of Administration of Justice Main Page About OAJ Contact Mandate Organizational Structure Activity Reports Key Documents Legal Assistance for Staff Main Page About What OSLA Can Help You With Who OSLA Helps How OSLA Helps How to Request OSLA Assistance Meet The Legal Team FAQs Conduct Costs and Funding Recent Successes at the Tribunals Testimonials Contact UN Dispute Tribunal Main Page What You Should Know Who Can File What You Can Challenge Management Evaluation Representation Time Limits Forms/Filing Guidelines E-Filing After the Filing Judgments and Orders About/Contact Key Documents Judges Schedule of Hearings Conduct UN Appeals Tribunal Main Page From Filing to Judgment Representation Appeals and Answers Time Limits Procedural Motions Post UNAT Judgment Applications Forms/Filing Guidelines E-Filing Judgments and Orders About/Contact/Calendar Key Documents Judges Conduct HOW OSLA HELPS OSLA has represented staff in over 1,000 cases before the UN Dispute Tribunal, and in over 500 cases before the UN Appeals Tribunal OSLA provides independent, professional, and confidential legal advice and representation to staff members of the UN and many UN-system agencies, funds and programmes, in relation to their employment. (...) MAIN COMPONENTS Office of Administration of Justice (OAJ) Contact OAJ Office of Staff Legal Assistance (OSLA) Contact OSLA UN Dispute Tribunal (UNDT) Contact UNDT UN Appeals Tribunal (UNAT) Contact UNAT UN Ombudsman and Mediation Services (UNOMS) Contact UNOMS RELATED OFFICES Ethics Offices Staff Counsellor Management Evaluation Unit UN Focal Point for Women RESOURCES Judgments and Orders Guide to resolving disputes Digest of Case Law 2009–2019 HR Handbook Sexual harassment KEY DOCUMENTS OAJ Activity Reports Code of conduct for legal representatives and litigants in person Code of conduct for OSLA affiliated counsel Code of conduct for UNDT and UNAT Judges Complaint mechanism re UNDT and UNAT Judges UN Dispute Tribunal UNDT Statute UNDT Rules of Procedure UNDT Practice Directions PD 1 On Three-Judge Panels PD 2 On Legal Representation PD 3 On Mediation PD 4 On Filing of Applications and Replies PD 5 On Filing of Motions and Responses PD 6 On Records UNDT Guidelines on filing through e-filing UNDT Court Etiquette UNDT Toolkit for self-represented litigants UN Appeals Tribunal UNAT Statute UNAT Rules of Procedure UNAT Practice Direction on Filing of Documents and Case Management UNAT Court Etiquette UNAT Toolkit for self-represented litigants FORMS OSLA forms UNDT forms UNAT forms HEARING/SESSION UNDT Geneva schedule UNDT Nairobi schedule UNDT New York schedule UNAT Session Schedule E-FILING Link to e-filing portal How UNDT e-filing works How UNAT e-filing works Creating your e-filing account Resetting your password User guide: How to file a new case User guide: How to file a submission for an existing case Frequently Asked Questions UNITED NATIONS Contact Copyright Fraud Alert Privacy Notice Site Index Terms of Use
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United Nations Internal Justice System العربية 中文 English Français Русский Español ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE AT THE UN OFFICE OF ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE Search Menu Overview Home Page About the System Who Can Use the System System Chart Resolving Disputes Informally Resolving Disputes Formally Internal Justice Council Key Documents Judicial Vacancies Office of Administration of Justice Main Page About OAJ Contact Mandate Organizational Structure Activity Reports Key Documents Legal Assistance for Staff Main Page About What OSLA Can Help You With Who OSLA Helps How OSLA Helps How to Request OSLA Assistance Meet The Legal Team FAQs Conduct Costs and Funding Recent Successes at the Tribunals Testimonials Contact UN Dispute Tribunal Main Page What You Should Know Who Can File What You Can Challenge Management Evaluation Representation Time Limits Forms/Filing Guidelines E-Filing After the Filing Judgments and Orders About/Contact Key Documents Judges Schedule of Hearings Conduct UN Appeals Tribunal Main Page From Filing to Judgment Representation Appeals and Answers Time Limits Procedural Motions Post UNAT Judgment Applications Forms/Filing Guidelines E-Filing Judgments and Orders About/Contact/Calendar Key Documents Judges Conduct ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE The Office of Administration of Justice (OAJ) comprises: The Executive Director (Alayne Frankson-Wallace, based in New York) The Principal Registrar (Christian Rohde, based in New York) The Registry of the United Nations Dispute Tribunal (UNDT) (Registrar for Geneva: René Vargas; Registar for Nairobi: Abena Kwakye-Berko; Registrar for New York: Nerea Suero Fontecha) The Registry of the United Nations Appeals Tribunal (UNAT) (Registrar: Weicheng Lin, based in New York) The Office of Staff Legal Assistance (OSLA) (Chief, Katya Melluish, based in New York, with Legal Officers in New York, Geneva, Nairobi, Addis Ababa and Beirut) The core functions of each are as follows: EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR The Executive Director of the OAJ is responsible for the management and administration of the OAJ, and for ensuring efficiency, transparency and accountability in the work of the Office. (...) MAIN COMPONENTS Office of Administration of Justice (OAJ) Contact OAJ Office of Staff Legal Assistance (OSLA) Contact OSLA UN Dispute Tribunal (UNDT) Contact UNDT UN Appeals Tribunal (UNAT) Contact UNAT UN Ombudsman and Mediation Services (UNOMS) Contact UNOMS RELATED OFFICES Ethics Offices Staff Counsellor Management Evaluation Unit UN Focal Point for Women RESOURCES Judgments and Orders Guide to resolving disputes Digest of Case Law 2009–2019 HR Handbook Sexual harassment KEY DOCUMENTS OAJ Activity Reports Code of conduct for legal representatives and litigants in person Code of conduct for OSLA affiliated counsel Code of conduct for UNDT and UNAT Judges Complaint mechanism re UNDT and UNAT Judges UN Dispute Tribunal UNDT Statute UNDT Rules of Procedure UNDT Practice Directions PD 1 On Three-Judge Panels PD 2 On Legal Representation PD 3 On Mediation PD 4 On Filing of Applications and Replies PD 5 On Filing of Motions and Responses PD 6 On Records UNDT Guidelines on filing through e-filing UNDT Court Etiquette UNDT Toolkit for self-represented litigants UN Appeals Tribunal UNAT Statute UNAT Rules of Procedure UNAT Practice Direction on Filing of Documents and Case Management UNAT Court Etiquette UNAT Toolkit for self-represented litigants FORMS OSLA forms UNDT forms UNAT forms HEARING/SESSION UNDT Geneva schedule UNDT Nairobi schedule UNDT New York schedule UNAT Session Schedule E-FILING Link to e-filing portal How UNDT e-filing works How UNAT e-filing works Creating your e-filing account Resetting your password User guide: How to file a new case User guide: How to file a submission for an existing case Frequently Asked Questions UNITED NATIONS Contact Copyright Fraud Alert Privacy Notice Site Index Terms of Use
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