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SECRETARY-GENERAL OF THE UNITED NATIONS JUDGMENT Counsel for the Applicant: Self-represented Counsel for the Respondent: Nicole Wynn, AAS/ALD/OHR Nusrat Chagtai, AAS/ALD/OHR Case No.: UNDT/NBI/2016/081 Judgment No.: UNDT/2019/052 Page 2 of 13 Introduction 1. The Applicant is a former GS-5 Web Assistant with the United Nations Operation in Côte d’Ivoire (UNOCI). 2. (...) Accordingly, the one Web Assistant post in UNOCI would only be required until June 2016.4 10. (...) Case No.: UNDT/NBI/2016/081 Judgment No.: UNDT/2019/052 Page 12 of 13 41. Based on the documents on the makeup of the Web and Digital Media team, the reasons stated by the Respondent for not conducting a comparative review of the Applicant’s post are sound and in line with the announced Mission’s policy.
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Score: 895055.3 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/UNDT-2019-052.pdf
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Inner Pages | Accessibility Guidelines for United Nations Websites | UN Skip to navigation Skip to content Welcome to the United Nations United Nations Accessibility Guidelines for UN Websites Search the United Nations Submit Search A-Z Site Index Home Masthead Footer Homepage Inner Pages Validation Inner Pages You are ready to populate the site, expanding its content beyond the landing page. (...) ‘P’ is for Perceivable Providing alternative ways to access your web content is essential to compensate for missing or weaker senses. (...) See specific references on the Masthead page (input assistance, readable), under Footer (designing with HTML), and under Homepage (predictable, page hierarchy).
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Score: 801389.45 - https://www.un.org/en/webacces...ty/guidelines/inner-pages.html
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Homepage | Accessibility Guidelines for United Nations Websites | UN Skip to navigation Skip to content Welcome to the United Nations United Nations Accessibility Guidelines for UN Websites Search the United Nations Submit Search A-Z Site Index Home Masthead Footer Homepage Inner Pages Validation Validation Now that you have finished your website and are ready to publish it on un.org , we recommend you do a self-evaluation of the site while still in development to ensure it satisfies all of the accessibility principles. Several free tools are available to check web accessibility. For instance, you can: install ‘Wave,’ the web accessibility browser extension to self-test web pages; use a browser extension like ‘Web Developer‘ that lets you show a web page without images, etc.; turn on Mac ‘VoiceOver’ for a screen reading of your site. (...) Keep in mind that ensuring web accessibility is a process, not a project! United Nations Donate facebook twitter youtube flickr instagram A-Z Site Index Contact Copyright FAQ Fraud Alert Privacy Notice Terms of Use
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Score: 790184.86 - https://www.un.org/en/webacces...ity/guidelines/validation.html
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Completely Partially None X Not applicable Please provide 2-3 examples how local and indigenous communities are benefiting from goods and services produced by forests and, if possible, provide web-link(s) to relevant document(s): Page 8 of 15 There is no restriction in free access to public forest: recreation and other similar activities 9. (...) x Yes No If Yes, please specify, and, if possible, provide the estimated total value of these payments since 2007: Watershed protection/water supply USD Carbon storage (including REDD+) USD Nature conservation USD Other, please list below: USD 100 mil USD (aprox) According to Law on forest on entity and cantonal level, there is tax based on every comercial income (0.07 %) that is collected in special fund for extended services of forests, Please provide 2-3 examples of PES and, if possible, provide web-link(s) to relevant document(s): Page 9 of 15 11. (...) Yes X No If Yes, please describe, and, if possible, provide web-link(s) to relevant document(s): MDG2: Achieving universal primary education Not aplicable MDG3: Promoting gender equality and empowering wome n Page 15 of 15 Not aplicable MDG4: Reducing child mortality Not aplicable MDG5: Improving maternal health Not aplicable MDG6: Combating HIV/AIDS, malaria and other disease s Not aplicable
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Score: 765612.5 - https://www.un.org/esa/forests...ager/150_BOSNIA-HERZEGOVIA.PDF
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Yes √ No If Yes, please specify, and, if possible, provide the estimated total value of these payments since 2007: Watershed protection/water supply USD Carbon storage (including REDD+) USD Page 9 of 15 Nature conservation USD Other, please list below: USD Please provide 2-3 examples of PES and, if possible, provide web-link(s) to relevant document(s): 11. (...) Meetings with the general public Art events/Exhibitions √ Activities in support of the International Day of Forests Other Please provide 2-3 examples, and, if possible, provide web-link(s) to relevant document(s): 16. What sets of criteria and indicators (C&I) for SFM are used in your country: Page 12 of 15 √ National set of C&I Regional/international set of C&I (e.g. (...) Yes No If Yes, please describe, and, if possible, provide web-link(s) to relevant document(s): MDG2: Achieving universal primary education MDG3: Promoting gender equality and empowering wome n Page 15 of 15 Both male and female are equally participating in PFM and its benefits.
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Score: 762516.9 - https://www.un.org/esa/forests...k-pdf-manager/165_ETHIOPIA.PDF
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Completely Partially None Not applicable Please provide 2-3 examples how local and indigenous communities are benefiting from goods and services produced by forests and, if possible, provide web-link(s) to relevant document(s): meet their needs firewood, construction material and cattle for livestock Page 8 of 15 9. (...) Yes No Please describe, and, if possible, provide web-link(s) to relevant document(s): Page 11 of 15 15. (...) Yes No If Yes, please describe, and, if possible, provide web-link(s) to relevant document(s): MDG2: Achieving universal primary education MDG3: Promoting gender equality and empowering wome n Page 15 of 15 MDG4: Reducing child mortality MDG5: Improving maternal health MDG6: Combating HIV/AIDS, malaria and other disease s
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Score: 762516.9 - https://www.un.org/esa/forests...sk-pdf-manager/141_ALBANIA.PDF
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Completely Partially None Not applicable Please provide 2-3 examples how local and indigenous communities are benefiting from goods and services produced by forests and, if possible, provide web-link(s) to relevant document(s): Page 8 of 15 9. (...) Please rate the scale of contribution on a scale of 1-5 (1 being the lowest and 5 being the highest) By: 1 2 3 4 5 Providing habitat Supporting ecosystem, species and genetic diversity Stabilizing soils and slopes Safeguarding water resources Sequestering carbon Providing timber, energy and other products Other Please describe, and, if possible, provide a web-link to relevant document(s): Page 14 of 15 21. (...) Yes No If Yes, please describe, and, if possible, provide web-link(s) to relevant document(s): MDG2: Achieving universal primary education The promotion of education on the sustaianable use of the forest and its benefits MDG3: Promoting gender equality and empowering wome n Page 15 of 15 The Department employs women in all of its field activities MDG4: Reducing child mortality MDG5: Improving maternal health MDG6: Combating HIV/AIDS, malaria and other disease s
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Score: 762516.9 - https://www.un.org/esa/forests.../215_ST-VINCENT-GRENADINES.PDF
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Completely Partially None x Not applicable Please provide 2-3 examples how local and indigenous communities are benefiting from goods and services produced by forests and, if possible, provide web-link(s) to relevant document(s): Page 8 of 15 9. (...) x Yes No Please describe, and, if possible, provide web-link(s) to relevant document(s): Page 11 of 15 Forestry Institute named V.Gulisashvili 15. (...) x Yes No If Yes, please describe, and, if possible, provide web-link(s) to relevant document(s): Mostly for MDG 7. www.moe.gov.ge MDG2: Achieving universal primary education MDG3: Promoting gender equality and empowering wome n Page 15 of 15 MDG4: Reducing child mortality MDG5: Improving maternal health MDG6: Combating HIV/AIDS, malaria and other disease s
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Score: 762516.9 - https://www.un.org/esa/forests...sk-pdf-manager/169_GEORGIA.PDF
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Completely X Partially None Not applicable Please provide 2-3 examples how local and indigenous communities are benefiting from goods and services produced by forests and, if possible, provide web-link(s) to relevant document(s): Page 8 of 15 Communities are allowed to collect fallen branches, fruits and mushrooms. (...) Yes X No If Yes, please specify, and, if possible, provide the estimated total value of these payments since 2007: Watershed protection/water supply USD Carbon storage (including REDD+) USD Nature conservation USD Other, please list below: USD Please provide 2-3 examples of PES and, if possible, provide web-link(s) to relevant document(s): Page 9 of 15 11. (...) Yes X No If Yes, please describe, and, if possible, provide web-link(s) to relevant document(s): MDG2: Achieving universal primary education MDG3: Promoting gender equality and empowering wome n Page 15 of 15 MDG4: Reducing child mortality MDG5: Improving maternal health MDG6: Combating HIV/AIDS, malaria and other disease s
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Score: 762516.9 - https://www.un.org/esa/forests...bsk-pdf-manager/179_JORDAN.PDF
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Please specify: Afforestation ha Reforestation ha Restoration ha Introduction or enforcement of: Existing legislation aimed at reduction of deforestation and/or support afforestation and or reforestation New legislation aimed at reduction of deforestation and/or support of afforestation and/or reforestation New legislation and actions aimed at conservation and protection of forests x Subsidies for forest owners to prepare and implement management plans Page 7 of 15 x Subsidies for forest protection Reduced/deferred taxes for forest land Low-interest loans for forest activities/management Other, please list below: Please describe, and, if possible, provide 2-3 examples and web-link(s) to relevant document(s): 7. (...) Completely Partially None x Not applicable Please provide 2-3 examples how local and indigenous communities are benefiting from goods and services produced by forests and, if possible, provide web-link(s) to relevant document(s): Page 8 of 15 There are no indigenous communities in Estonia. (...) Please rate the scale of contribution on a scale of 1-5 (1 being the lowest and 5 being the highest) By: 1 2 3 4 5 Providing habitat x Supporting ecosystem, species and genetic diversity x Stabilizing soils and slopes x Safeguarding water resources x Sequestering carbon x Providing timber, energy and other products x Other Please describe, and, if possible, provide a web-link to relevant document(s): Page 14 of 15 21.
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Score: 762516.9 - https://www.un.org/esa/forests...sk-pdf-manager/164_ESTONIA.PDF
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