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On 8 July 2019, the Applicant emailed the Deputy Director, News and Media, DGC, requesting to “resume [her] normal duties as P3 in charge of the French Social Media Account as of 15 August 2019 […]”. 6. On 12 July 2019, the Deputy Director informed the Applicant that she would continue in her role of Social Media Research and Projects. Consideration 7. (...) Later that year, on 8 July 2019, the Applicant wrote to the Deputy Director, News and Media, DGC, requesting to “resume [her] normal duties as P3 in charge of the French Social Media Account as of 15 August 2019, to allow 2 weeks to finalize temp assignments given by [the Chief of the Social Media Section] following [her] return from leave […]”.
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Score: 1221723.4 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2020-191.pdf
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Fayek-Rezk was informed via e-mail of her new duties from the Chief of the Social Media Section. Her duties did not include management of the French social media account. 6. (...) Fayek-Rezk that she would continue in her role of Social Media Research and Projects as it had been defined in the 14 February 2019 e-mail from the Chief of the Social Media Section and extensively explained her role. 9. (...) In the present case, as per the documents on file, on 14 February 2019, the Chief of the Social Media Section informed Ms. Fayek-Rezk of her new tasks and responsibilities within the Social Media Section which she acknowledged. 30.
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Score: 1217122.7 - www.un.org/en/internalj...t/judgments/2021-UNAT-1162.pdf
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On 1 March 2019, the temporary job opening for the position of Public Information Officer (French) in the Social Media Section of DGC was advertised. The Applicant did not apply for this position. 5. On 8 July 2019, the Applicant wrote an email to the Director of the News and Media Division, DGC, requesting to “resume [her] duties” at the P-3 level in charge of the French social media accounts. 6. On 12 July 2019, the Applicant received an email from DGC management informing her that she was to continue her work concerning social media research Case No. UNDT/NY/2019/051 Order No. 111 (NY/2019) Page 3 of 5 and projects and another staff member would join the team managing the content of social media accounts in French from 1 August 2019.
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Score: 1192508.8 - www.un.org/en/internalj...es/undt/orders/ny-2019-111.pdf
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Violation of her privacy rights and defamation of character: This includes the decision to state that the Applicant’s claims had been found to be “unsubstantiated” in a press release distributed to every UN staff member working on human rights, the world media, and almost 2 million direct followers of OHCHR on social media. (...) Deletion and formal retraction of the press release and a clear statement that the information regarding her was false, to be distributed in the same manner and to the same persons as the initial press release, i.e., by email sent to all UN staff members in the field of human rights and the media, by deletion of social media posts (of both OHCHR and individual communications staff) and posting of the retraction; b.
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Score: 935423.7 - www.un.org/en/internalj...s/undt/orders/gva-2020-082.pdf
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With respect to the first criterion, the Respondent states that the Applicant indicated in her cover letter that she had data mining experience through developing an evidence-based risk assessment model for the Regular Budget programmes and entities of the Secretariat using available metrics and performance indicators from a variety of sources using the “Crimson-Hexagon tool for social media listening as part of evaluation of ‘DPI’ [unknown abbreviation]”. (...) In addition, she explained that she provided “Crimson-Hexagon tool for social media listening as part of evaluation of DPI”.
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Score: 896629 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2020-169.pdf
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The Appellant had challenged the Administration’s refusal to reassign her to her to a post in the French Unit of the Social Media Section. 2. On 30 November 2020, the Appellant filed her appeal of the Judgment with the United Nations Appeals Tribunal (Appeals Tribunal).
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Score: 892082.1 - www.un.org/en/internalj...orders/order-unat-2021-406.pdf
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The Appellant had challenged the Administration’s refusal to reassign her to a post in the French Unit of the Social Media Section. 2. On 30 November 2020, the Appellant filed her appeal of the Judgment with the United Nations Appeals Tribunal (Appeals Tribunal).
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Score: 865159.2 - www.un.org/en/internalj...orders/order-unat-2021-408.pdf
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On 23 May 2012, the Applicant submitted a request for engagement in outside activities within the “Al Maqdissi Group” (“AMG”) for social, sportive and educational activities. His request was approved on 2 July 2012. (...) Al Saleh] presented his role with the AMG as a volunteer for the group’s social sportive and educational activities.”9 8 Impugned Judgment, para. 26. 9 Ibid., para. 33. (...) This representation as Honorary President of the group, as the UNRWA DT opined “cannot be considered as part of volunteering for social, sportive and educational activities”.10 19.
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Score: 863487.3 - www.un.org/en/internalj...at/judgments/2018-UNAT-888.pdf
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While the Applicant does not dispute that the footage in the video that was released on social media, he insists that that was not the whole story and that what was released was entirely out of context. 31. (...) K, who organized a social gathering with more than ten guests in attendance on 12 September 2020; ii. (...) By 15 September 2020, the reports about the matter were published in local and online media identifying Mr. van de Graaf as a UNICEF employee and emphasizing that he was a “racist.”
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Score: 845688 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2022-037.pdf
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On 23 June 2020, a widely circulated video appeared on social media showing two male individuals and a female individual driving along a busy street in a clearly-marked United Nations vehicle. (...) The longterm reputational harm caused to the Applicant is obvious from the sensalization of the case on social media. Given the publicity of the case, it is clear placing the Applicant on ALWOP will affect his future prospects in a way that constitutes irreparable harm. (...) The Applicant’s contention that the Organization has disclosed his name to the public/media outlets is baseless because the Organization’s press releases contained no names.
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Score: 838653.7 - www.un.org/en/internalj...s/undt/orders/nbi-2020-185.pdf
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