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On 22 June 2016, the Chairman of the ICSC recommended the selected candidate. The selection was thereafter approved by the Secretary-General. (...) Mohamed scored the same on the assessment as the selected candidate but scored less than the selected candidate on the interview. (...) Regarding the regularity of the selection process, our jurisprudence has established that:7 Judicial review of a staff selection decision is not for the purpose of substituting the Dispute Tribunal’s selection decision for that of the Administration.
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Score: 387330.03 - https://www.un.org/en/internal...at/judgments/2020-UNAT-985.pdf
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Charles on 21 June 2011 that a rostered candidate had been selected, on 24 June 2011, the Management Evaluation Unit advised him that it had no jurisdiction in the case as no selection decision had been made. 6. (...) Charles’ right to be informed of the outcome of the selection process, the UNDT found that, pursuant to Section 10.1 of ST/AI/2010/3, entitled “Staff selection system”, as a roster candidate, he should have been informed within 14 days after the selection decision was made.1 The Dispute Tribunal disagreed with the Respondent that this period ran from the date the successful candidate accepted the position, finding that, “as the selection decision was made on 9 May 2011, [Mr. (...) Charles contends that the Dispute Tribunal erred in law when it determined that the candidate selected to fill the P-4 post was eligible to be selected from the roster and that the decision to select him was proper.
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Score: 386954.57 - https://www.un.org/en/internal...at/judgments/2013-unat-285.pdf
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Sector selection and Rapid market assessments One of the first questions any project team needs to answer is: Where do we start? Below, you will find a range of sector selection reports and rapid market assessments, listed by region, that help identify and provide a “first look” into sectors with the highest potential to advance Decent Work objectives. Africa Ethiopia : Sector selection in agriculture (focal value chains: Floriculture, Fruits & Vegetables, Poultry, Red meat, Dairy, Edible oils, Wheat, Dried legumes) Ghana : Rapid market assessment in agriculture for young women (focal value chains: Shea, Groundnut, Vegetables) Morocco : Sector selection in agriculture (focal value chains: Berries, Avocado, Horticulture, Apiculture, Dairy, Olive oil) (in French) Tanzania : Rapid market assessment for youth employment (focal value chains: Horticulture, Tourism, Apiculture Zimbabwe : Sector selection for women and youth employment (focal value chains: Apiculture, Artisanal mining, Mopane worms, Horticulture) Latin America Bolivia : Sector selection for export and enterprise formalization (focal value chains: Tourism and Andean Grains) Guyana : Sector selection for exports and value addition in fruits and vegetables (focal value chains: mango and hot peppers) Peru : Rapid market assessment for SME productivity and working conditions (focal value chains: Wood furniture, Aquaculture, Tourism) (in Spanish) Asia and the Pacific Afghanistan : Sector selection in agriculture (focal value chains: Cotton, Grapes, Poultry, Sheep, Goats, Almonds, Dairy) Myanmar : Rapid market assessment in horticulture (Focal value chains: avocados and ginger) Nepal : Rapid market assessment in agriculture (focal value chains: tea, dairy, cardamom, fresh vegetables, pond fish, goat meat, ginger, lentils) Vietnam : Rapid market assessment of tourism Europe and Central Asia Kyrgyzstan : Rapid market assessment of horticulture (focal value chains: Apples, Apricots, Potatoes, Plums, Medicinal herbs, Berries) Are you interested to learn more on Sector selection
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Score: 386898.14 - https://www.ilo.org/empent/Pro...WCMS_638319/lang--en/index.htm
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Sector selection and Rapid market assessments One of the first questions any project team needs to answer is: Where do we start? Below, you will find a range of sector selection reports and rapid market assessments, listed by region, that help identify and provide a “first look” into sectors with the highest potential to advance Decent Work objectives. Africa Ethiopia : Sector selection in agriculture (focal value chains: Floriculture, Fruits & Vegetables, Poultry, Red meat, Dairy, Edible oils, Wheat, Dried legumes) Ghana : Rapid market assessment in agriculture for young women (focal value chains: Shea, Groundnut, Vegetables) Morocco : Sector selection in agriculture (focal value chains: Berries, Avocado, Horticulture, Apiculture, Dairy, Olive oil) (in French) Tanzania : Rapid market assessment for youth employment (focal value chains: Horticulture, Tourism, Apiculture Zimbabwe : Sector selection for women and youth employment (focal value chains: Apiculture, Artisanal mining, Mopane worms, Horticulture) Latin America Bolivia : Sector selection for export and enterprise formalization (focal value chains: Tourism and Andean Grains) Guyana : Sector selection for exports and value addition in fruits and vegetables (focal value chains: mango and hot peppers) Peru : Rapid market assessment for SME productivity and working conditions (focal value chains: Wood furniture, Aquaculture, Tourism) (in Spanish) Asia and the Pacific Afghanistan : Sector selection in agriculture (focal value chains: Cotton, Grapes, Poultry, Sheep, Goats, Almonds, Dairy) Myanmar : Rapid market assessment in horticulture (Focal value chains: avocados and ginger) Nepal : Rapid market assessment in agriculture (focal value chains: tea, dairy, cardamom, fresh vegetables, pond fish, goat meat, ginger, lentils) Vietnam : Rapid market assessment of tourism Europe and Central Asia Kyrgyzstan : Rapid market assessment of horticulture (focal value chains: Apples, Apricots, Potatoes, Plums, Medicinal herbs, Berries) Are you interested to learn more on Sector selection
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Score: 386898.14 - www.ilo.org/empent/Proj...WCMS_638319/lang--en/index.htm
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LINK TO THE REPORT OF THE FIFTEENTH SESSION OF THE SOCIAL COMMISSION IN PDF, WITH OPTIONS TO SELECT ONE OF SIX OFFICIAL UNITED NATIONS LANGUAGES: https://undocs.org/E/CN.5/382 24 OF 175 STORIES UNITED NATIONS OBSERVANCES International Cooperation Year 21 Nov 1963 The International Cooperation Year was proclaimed in resolution [(A/RES/1907(XVIII)) by the General Assembly on 21 November 1963. (...) LINK TO THE 1982 REPORT ON THE WORLD SOCIAL SITUATION IN PDF, WITH OPTIONS TO SELECT ONE OF SIX OFFICIAL UNITED NATIONS LANGUAGES: https://undocs.org/E/CN.5/1983/3 50 OF 175 STORIES SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT MILESTONES United Nations Decade of Disabled Persons 1 Jan 1983 - 1 Jan 1992 The United Nations Decade of Disabled Persons (1983-1992) was proclaimed at the 37th Session of the General Assembly on 3 December 1982 (A/RES/37/53). (...) LINK TO THE REPORT OF THE TWENTY-NINETH SESSION OF THE COMMISSION FOR SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT IN PDF, WITH OPTIONS TO SELECT ONE OF SIX OFFICIAL UNITED NATIONS LANGUAGES: https://undocs.org/E/CN.5/1985/15 54 OF 175 STORI
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Score: 386770.65 - https://www.un.org/development.../accessible-pdf-milestones.pdf
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Reporting Deadline E For each Aeroplane Operator Attributed to your State: • CO2 emissions subject to offsetting requirements* • CO2 emissions exempt from offsetting requirements* • Use of ICAO CORSIA CERT (CO2 Estimation and Reporting Tool) • Confidential Data – On the “Report CO2 Emissions” page, click on “Add”, then: – Select “Quick Add” – Select the new reporting year – Click on “Create” OPTION 1: Create an Empty Year Record – Select “Copy From”, then “Other Reporting Year” – Select the existing year record – Select the new reporting year – Click on “Create” OPTION 2: Copy from an Existing Year Record Create Year Record – FOR CORSIA Focal Point ONLY – On the “Report CO2 Emissions” page, select the year record by clicking on the pencil icon next to it To Add CO2 Emissions for State Pairs: – Select the “CO2 Emissions (State Pairs)” tab of the year record, then: – Click on “Add”, then “Full Add” – Complete information on web form – Click on “Create” – Repeat as needed OPTION 1: Add Manually – Click on “Tools”, then “Import CSV” – Locate the CSV file on your computer – Click on “Upload” – Click on “Confirm and Continue Import” OPTION 2: Import CSV file Add or Edit CO2 Emissions To Add or Edit CO2 Emissions for an Aeroplane Operator: – Select the “CO2 Emissions (Aeroplane Operators)” tab – Select an operator by clicking on the pencil icon next to it – Complete information or make changes on the web form on your screen – Click on “Save” To Edit CO2 Emissions for a State Pair: – Select the “CO2 Emissions (State Pairs)” tab – Select a State pair by clicking on the pencil icon next to it – Make changes on the web form on your screen – Click on “Save” – On the “Report CO2 Emissions” page, select the year record by clicking on the pencil icon next to it – Select the “Details” tab of the year record – Under “Data Status”, select “READY” – Click on “Save” Submit to ICAO – FOR CORSIA Focal Point ONLY Select “Report CO2 Emissions” Create Year Record Add/Edit CO2 Emissions Submit to ICAO N Y Select Year Record Year Record Exists?
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Score: 386680.62 - https://www.icao.int/environme...Quick%20Guide%20Series%20E.pdf
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After completion of listing the CMTs selected HH clusters of approximately 30 HHs.  Then the enumerators filled detailed census questionnaires only from selected HHs. (...) It also included households operating 20 acres or more land and all the gipsy / nomads / migratory people found in the boundary of selected Villages or urban block. 9 SAMPLE DESIGN Continue… SAMPLE DESIGN Stages of Sample Selection:  First Stage: Patwar circles were selected at the first stage.  Second Stage: Villages were selected at the second stage.  Third Stage: H.Hs.clusters were selected at the third stage.  Samples of first two stages were selected with Probability Proportional to Size (PPS) taking Geometric Mean of cultivated area and households of sampling units. The third stage sample of household clusters (approximately 30 HHs in a cluster) was selected by using systematic sampling technique. Urban blocks as well as their households were also selected through systematic sampling technique. 10 Continue… SAMPLE DESIGN The ultimate sample of HHs selected for enumeration included:  The households in the selected clusters at final stage of selection.  In selected urban blocks, every fifth household.  All the households located in the selected Villages of unsettled areas.  All households located in selected Villages of settled areas of Balochistan.  The households located in the selected Villages / urban blocks designated as Villages Certainty Holdings.  The households located anywhere in the country designated as National Certainty Holdings. 11 Number of Total and Selected Units in Agricultural Census 2010 Administrative units Total Units Selected Units Patwar Circles Villages Urban Blocks Listed HHs in Selected Villages First Stage Second Stage Third Stage Patwar Villages Blocks HHs Pakistan 11298 53838 27487 2787639 3959 (35 %) 9080 (17 %) 1893 (7 %) 809808 (29 %) Khyber Pakhtunkhwa 1444 14700 1908 402150 890 2201 196 139237 Punjab 8006 26086 17006 1559743 1940 3933 1108 411743 Sindh 1467 5717 8019 710329 774 1589 442 163259 Balochistan 381 7335 554 115417 355 1357 147 95569 12 VILLAGE CENSUS Eight Village censuses had so far been conducted in Pakistan  First 1971  Second 1979  Third 1983  Fourth 1988  Fifth 1993  Sixth 1998  Seventh 2003  Eighth 2008 13 IMPORTANCE OF VILLAGE CENSUS 1.
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Score: 386584.67 - https://www.fao.org/fileadmin/...s25/APCAS__14_5.5_Pakestan.pdf
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Follow-up action required: Appointment of selection panel. Author unit: Office of the Treasurer and Financial Comptroller (TR/CF). (...) As provided for in the terms of reference of the IOAC, the Governing Body may wish to include in the selection process a technical evaluation by the IOAC of the submissions received from candidates and to provide this evaluation to a selection panel consisting of four government representatives and two representatives each of the Workers’ and Employers’ groups. (...) GB.320/PFA/8 4 GB320-PFA_8_[FINAN-140116-1]-En.docx Evaluation of proposals The selection panel will evaluate the proposals and make its recommendation to the Governing Body.
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Score: 386247.97 - www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/grou...eetingdocument/wcms_234615.pdf
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The document was created from a file "S:\ICAO MET-P\WG-MISD\F2F Artifacts\WPs (DRAFT)\MISD1-WP07_RHWAC (RHWAC Selection Criteria).docx" 2 Pages MISD1-WP07_RHWAC (RHWAC Selection Criteria) MEETING OF THE METEOROLOGY PANEL (METP) METEOROLOGICAL INFORMATION AND SERVICE DEVELOPMENT WORKING GROUP (WG-MISD) FIRST MEETING Washington DC, United States, 16 to 19 November 2015 Agenda Item 3: Regional Hazardous Weather Advisory Centres (RHWAC) Work Stream 3.3: Preliminary Selection Criteria for Regional Centres REGIONAL HAZARDOUS WEATHER ADVISORY CENTRE – SELECTION CRITERIA (Presented by Sharon Lau Sum Yee) SUMMARY This working paper outlines proposed selection criteria for the Regional Hazardous Weather Advisory Centres. (...) With reference to MET/14 Recommendation 2/9c, there is a requirement to develop the criteria necessary for the selection of appropriate advisory centres. 2. DISCUSSION 2.1 A draft set of principles and considerations for the selection of Regional Hazardous Weather Advisory Centres (RHWACs) was sent to work stream members for comment on 2 October 2015. (...) It should be noted that any agreed principles and actual selection criteria will need further development to ensure that they are in a form that can be easily used by ICAO (or its delegated team) to assess the prospective RHWACs against the criteria. 2.2 The meeting is invited to formulate the following draft Conclusion: Conclusion (MISD-RHWAC)/1/xx Criteria for the Selection of Regional Hazardous Weather Advisory Centres (RHWAC) That the METP-WG/MISD/RHWAC finalise the criteria for the selection of RHWACs by June 2016 and present the criteria to the Second Meeting of the Meteorology Panel (scheduled to be held in October 2016) for endorsement. 3.
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Score: 386229.27 - https://www.icao.int/airnaviga...AC%20Selection%20Criteria).pdf
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There were also other significant procedural errors in the selection process, which vitiated the selection decision and constituted further evidence of bias in favour of the selected candidate: i. (...) The Tribunal finds that the above-mentioned facts reasonably add to the possibility that bias in favour of the selected candidate may have tainted the selection process. (...) The fact that the then Head, TLB, led the selection process and de facto exercised the functions reserved to the hiring manager vitiated the selection process.
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Score: 386153.12 - https://www.un.org/en/internal...dt/judgments/undt-2017-004.pdf
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