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Managers should exercise maximum flexibility, full understanding and care during these discussions. Preparation before travel 11. Travelers expecting to travel on official business should ensure that their travel documentation including visa requirements for transit, destination locations and return to the duty station are valid to enable travel in accordance with government travel policies. 12. (...) Staff members may telecommute or work remotely when travelling on home leave, family visit or education grant travel. (...) Return travel to duty station 33. Staff members who travel out of the duty station (on home leave, family visit, education grant travel or at their own expense) shall return to the duty station using the same type of travel.
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Score: 637064.45 - https://www.un.org/sites/un2.u...ring_the_covid-19_pandemic.pdf
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Visit the WHO COVID-19 travel advice site and the Travel Health Information page . (...) If you must travel to an area/s reporting community/local transmission of COVID-19, pay attention to your health during your travel and after you leave: Ensure to receive your agency’s travel clearance and to consult with a qualified healthcare provider before travel. (...) Keep up to date with local health advice before and during your travel For all travelers, please be aware that local authorities may begin to implement travel restrictions and health screening measures for travelers entering or exiting the country.
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Score: 633112.4 - https://www.un.org/en/coronavi...-ongoing-transmission-covid-19
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Visit the WHO COVID-19 travel advice site and the Travel Health Information page . (...) If you must travel to an area/s reporting community/local transmission of COVID-19, pay attention to your health during your travel and after you leave: Ensure to receive your agency’s travel clearance and to consult with a qualified healthcare provider before travel. (...) Keep up to date with local health advice before and during your travel For all travelers, please be aware that local authorities may begin to implement travel restrictions and health screening measures for travelers entering or exiting the country.
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Score: 633112.4 - https://www.un.org/en/node/61841
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How to make requests for exemptions from the travel ban? Please send the requests for exemptions from the travel bans to: The Chair of the Committee, Her Excellency Ms. (...) In cases of emergency evacuation to the nearest appropriate State, including for medical or humanitarian needs or through force majeure, the Committee will determine whether the travel is justified within the provisions of paragraph 2(a) of resolution 1844 (2008), within 24 hours once notified of the name of the listed individual traveler, the reason for travel, the date and time of evacuation, along with transportation details, including transit points and destination. (...) IX. After the travel Written confirmation of the completion of the travel by the listed individual needs to be provided to the Chair within five working days following the expiry of the exemption by the State (or United Nations office/agency) in which the listed individual has stated he will be resident after completion of the exempted travel.  
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Score: 626119.78 - https://www.un.org/securitycou...ions/751/exemptions/travel-ban
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Bricker TRENDS AND ISSUES FOR ECOTOURISM & SUSTAINABLE TOURISM Uniting Conservation , Communities, and Sustainable Travel Extraordinary travel meets endless possibilities " RESPONSIBLE TRAVEL TO NATURAL AREAS THAT CONSERVES THE ENVIRONMENT AND IMPROVES THE WELL - BEING OF LOCAL PEOPLE ." (...) YOUR TRAVEL CHOICESHOULD BE UPDATED! TRENDS Consumer Behavior Trends Green travel is here to stay: 24% reported green is highest it has ever been in 10 years; 51% reported that interest remains constant (Travel Guard Update, April 2013). 38% TAs noted archeological/caves; 22% wildlife and birds; 18% visiting national parks; 16% culture and communities. (...) 45%, volunteer activities commonly take place 25% are interesting activities for a day or two (Travel Guard Update, April 2013).
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Score: 619857.37 - https://sdgs.un.org/sites/defa...%20-%20full%20presentation.pdf
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2018 - 4:34pm Currently there are no travel ban exemptions in effect.
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Score: 617122.4 - https://www.un.org/securitycou...1/exemptions/travel-exemptions
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After graduation, if requested, travel benefits can be extended for a period of up to three years. (...) For example,  a specific trust fund has been established in UN-OHRLLS for the travel, daily subsistence allowance and terminal expenses of up to two representatives from each LDC to attend major conferences sponsored by the United Nations and ministerial meetings; a trust fund under UNFCCC funds the travel of two delegates to the sessions of the subsidiary bodies of the UNFCCC and travel of three representatives for participation in sessions of the COP; the Human Rights Council has an LDCs/SIDS Trust fund to support the participation of these countries in the work of the Council;  WHO funds the travel of one representative to the World Health Assembly and Executive Board; UNIDO funds the travel of the Minister of Industry and Commerce or equivalent to UNIDO’s biennial Ministerial Conference on LDCs, and provides other forms of travel support; The WTO sets up an LDC Trust Fund for each of its Ministerial Conferences to help finance travel of LDC delegates to the Conference.  (...) What happens after graduation? Funding for travel to the General Assembly meetings can be extended for up to three years upon request.
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Score: 615409.33 - https://www.un.org/ldcportal/node/936
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After graduation, if requested, travel benefits can be extended for a period of up to three years. (...) For example,  a specific trust fund has been established in UN-OHRLLS for the travel, daily subsistence allowance and terminal expenses of up to two representatives from each LDC to attend major conferences sponsored by the United Nations and ministerial meetings; a trust fund under UNFCCC funds the travel of two delegates to the sessions of the subsidiary bodies of the UNFCCC and travel of three representatives for participation in sessions of the COP; the Human Rights Council has an LDCs/SIDS Trust fund to support the participation of these countries in the work of the Council;  WHO funds the travel of one representative to the World Health Assembly and Executive Board; UNIDO funds the travel of the Minister of Industry and Commerce or equivalent to UNIDO’s biennial Ministerial Conference on LDCs, and provides other forms of travel support; The WTO sets up an LDC Trust Fund for each of its Ministerial Conferences to help finance travel of LDC delegates to the Conference.  (...) What happens after graduation? Funding for travel to the General Assembly meetings can be extended for up to three years upon request.
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Score: 615409.33 - https://www.un.org/ldcportal/c...tend-international-conferences
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An international labor migration regime does not exist but has a potential that may be realized through linkage with the travel and refugee regimes. Counterfeit travel documents and fraudulently acquired genuine passports have become one of the central challenges posed to states attempting to secure international travel and a subject of increasing international cooperation. (...) Several of the al Qaeda hijackers who attacked the United States travelled on fraudulently altered passports leading the 9/11 Commission to conclude that terrorists need to travel “to meet, train, plan, case targets, and gain access to attack” and that “for terrorists, travel documents are as important as weapons.” (...) UN Security Council Resolution 1373 (2001) requires states to combat terrorist travel through measures to prevent travel document fraud.
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Score: 615274.2 - https://www.un.org/development...2.university_at_albany_new.pdf
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After graduation, if requested, travel benefits can be extended for a period of up to three years. (...) For example,  a specific trust fund has been established in UN-OHRLLS for the travel, daily subsistence allowance and terminal expenses of up to two representatives from each LDC to attend major conferences sponsored by the United Nations and ministerial meetings; a trust fund under UNFCCC funds the travel of two delegates to the sessions of the subsidiary bodies of the UNFCCC and travel of three representatives for participation in sessions of the COP; the Human Rights Council has an LDCs/SIDS Trust fund to support the participation of these countries in the work of the Council;  WHO funds the travel of one representative to the World Health Assembly and Executive Board; UNIDO funds the travel of the Minister of Industry and Commerce or equivalent to UNIDO’s biennial Ministerial Conference on LDCs, and provides other forms of travel support; The WTO sets up an LDC Trust Fund for each of its Ministerial Conferences to help finance travel of LDC delegates to the Conference.  (...) What happens after graduation? Funding for travel to the General Assembly meetings can be extended for up to three years upon request.
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Score: 614370.36 - https://www.un.org/ldcportal/es/node/936
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