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The Pakistan Country Office works in close collaboration with government agencies, civil society organizations and other key development partners in the form of technical, human, supply and financial assistance for the achievement of rights for all children and women. (...) Aahooja or staff of civil society partners, and causing financial and reputational loss to UNICEF. 18. (...) Asghar collude in fraud with the staff of the Society for Community Development to arrange kickbacks after making excessive and fraudulent charges paid to the Labour Department in respect of an International Child Labour Day conference?
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Score: 699521 - www.un.org/en/internalj...at/judgments/2020-UNAT-982.pdf
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UNDT/2019/074 Page 3 of 27 (a) Without authorization, accepting receipt of a gift, in the form of a free or subsidized vacation, from a UNICEF civil society partner (nongovernmental source having or seeking to have a contractual relationship with UNICEF), as described in A2, (i) in violation of Staff Regulations 1.2(b) and (1), and Staff Rules 1.2(m) and (p), and constituting misconduct under CF/EXD/2012-005, s. 1.4(a), (j), (k) and (m); (ii) and failing to disclose the resulting conflict of interest in violation of Staff Regulations 1.2(b) and (m), and CF/EXD/2012-003, s. 2.3, and constituting misconduct under CF/EXD/2012-005, s. 1.4(a), (g), (h), (i), (j), (m); (b) arranging and assisting in submission of and fulfillment (sic) of false claims from UNICEF resources, for the personal benefit of yourself, Ms. [A.] or staff of civil society partners, and causing financial and reputational loss to UNICEF: (i) fraudulently, as described in PART I - D.1, F.1, G.1 and H, in violation of Staff Regulations 1.2(b), (g), CF/EXD/2013-008, s. 2.1, and constituting misconduct under CF/EXD/2013-008, s. 2.1(a) and CF/EXD/2012- 005, s. 1.4(a), (b), (h), (i), (k), (l), (m); or alternatively, (ii) grossly negligently, as described in PART I - D.2, F.2 and G.2. 9. (...) On 12 June 2014, the Applicant colluded in fraud with staff of the Society for Community Development in respect of excessive and fraudulent charges paid to the Labour Department in respect of an International Child Day conference; and d.
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Score: 562652.05 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2019-074.pdf
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The Applicant forwarded this note to AA via her United Nations email of 12 March 2013, and it stated as follows: Music for Peace and development is a network of Representatives of Member States of the United Nations of the South and the organizations of the UN system, Civil Society and Academia who believe in the power of music for peace building Case No. (...) Music for Peace and development network will use the medium of music to generate dialogue and raise awareness on common issues affecting war-affected societies especially in the area of achieving the Millennium Development Goals. (...) Music for Peace and development network will use the medium of music to generate dialogue and raise awareness on common issues affecting war-affected societies especially in the area of achieving the Millennium Development Goals.
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Score: 524810 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2021-066.pdf
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UNCT colleagues told her that the Applicant was intelligent, articulate and committed but lacked experience and diplomacy. Civil society partners expressed some concerns about the Applicant’s behaviour. (...) The Applicant built partnerships for her Organization not only within the United Nations system but also with civil society organizations, bilateral and multilateral institutions as well as with the government.
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Score: 509288.1 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2015-048.pdf
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Count 1: Vacation travel and personal ties with Implementing Partners, namely, Society for Community Development (SCD), Balochistan Sustainable Development Society (BSDS), and Society for Advocacy Development (SFAD) (2010-2012) and vacation with Director of recently- appointed implementing partner, Initiative for Change and funding by same (June-October 2013) (see paras. 18 to 31 of the contested decision). 39. (...) UNDT/2019/033 Page 21 of 56 Count 3: Ten Days of Activism activity on child rights - Social Welfare Department fraudulent reimbursement via Society for Community Development (November 2013) - PKR1,806,853 (see paras. 37 to 43 of the contested decision) 63. The Applicant was accused in the following terms: It is alleged that you colluded with an implementing partner (or its employees) to divert resources for this activity through the NGO Society for Community Development [(“SCD”)]. It is alleged that the diversion would permit kickbacks to you, [another staff member], the implementing partner or its employees.
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Score: 505020.4 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2019-033.pdf
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Specifically, it would appear that (a) you have been in receipt of money from the Palestinian National Authority’s Ministry of Prisoners’ Affairs as part of their job creation programme whilst also a staff member of UNRWA; (b) you have been engaged in continuous or recurring outside occupation or employment without the prior approval of the Agency in your management of the business of Al Quds Publishing and Management and in your position on the executive body of the Society of Friends of UNRWA RCVI; and (c) you have consistently refused to follow the express written instructions of your supervisors to sign an undertaking not to be involved in the executive committee of any community-based organization that is associated with UNRWA. (...) He contends that the compensation awarded by the UNRWA DT barely covered half of his rental expenses since selling his home, and does not cover the “considerable pain caused by the stares of my colleagues and society”. 10. Mr. Abu Nada complains that he was not given an opportunity to be heard before the dismissal or provided with any “legal warning” regarding taking a second job, which otherwise might have allowed him to remain with UNRWA.
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Score: 503135.06 - www.un.org/en/internalj...at/judgments/2015-UNAT-514.pdf
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For such a social significant institution, an official state pronouncement through the courts, and nothing less, will satisfy the exacting norms of society. Not only would such an open and public declaration by the courts definitively confirm the nullity of 5 Vda. (...) The proper functioning of modern society would be considerably compromised if all juridical acts could be given effect to or ignored depending upon the view the subject takes of the validity of the act in question.
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Score: 503135.06 - www.un.org/en/internalj...at/judgments/2019-UNAT-912.pdf
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What is at stake is the confidence which the courts in a democratic society must inspire in the public.4 21. The European Court further stated that “what is decisive are not the subjective apprehensions of the suspect, however understandable, but whether, in the particular circumstances of the case, his fears can be held to be objectively justified”.5 Conclusions 22.
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Score: 494179.25 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2012-136.pdf
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If each time a judge is reversed or corrected on an evaluation of evidence or inferences drawn therefrom or on an interpretation of a law he/she has to disqualify himself/herself from serving then the whole justice system, as we know it in democratic societies, would surely crumble. Judges do not judge 5 Ibid at para 46 and Porter v Magill [2001] UKHL 67, [2002] 2 AC 357. 6 Gillies v Secretary of State for Work and Pensions (Scotland) [2006] UKHL 2, [2006] 1 All ER 731, para 17. 7 See also Lesage v The Mauritius Commercial Bank Ltd at para 49. 8 Hauschildt v Denmark, judgment of 24 May 1989, Series A No. 154.
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Score: 494179.25 - www.un.org/en/internalj...s/undt/orders/nbi-2013-092.pdf
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The sexual harassment and the “widespread publicity has caused irreparable injury and damage to the official and civil honour, dignity and reputation and had almost reduce[d] her to be in an untouchable state in the society, especially in a country like India, with the very harmful consequences of loss of job depriving the bread and butter of a single parent caring and supporting three children … . No[t] only [the] Applicant, but her entire family constituting of her three children suffered un-measurable trauma and were relentlessly stigmatized by Indian society”; and e. The Respondent “malafidely adopted extraordinary measures to frustrate the provision of staff rules and due process procedures e.g. non- preparation of two consecutive PER [Performance Evaluation Reports], advice from the APC [Appointment and Placement Committee] on future Page 12 of 17 Case No.
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Score: 487420.85 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2011-117.pdf
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