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The Council was of the opinion that it should be recorded that the International Dairy Arrangement has functioned satisfactorily during its first years of operation, and that the Arrangement has indeed contributed to the stability of the international market. (...) Such cooperation would be strengthened by increased participation in the Arrangement itself, and the continued strict application of its provisions. 4. (...) Furthermore, satisfactory operation of the Arrangement requires a knowledge of the market which can only be ensured by compliance with the provisions of the Arrangement relating to information. 5.
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Score: 527389.9 - https://www.wto.org/gatt_docs/English/SULPDF/92220512.pdf
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Page 1 of 10 Policy Guidance - All duty stations Alternate working arrangements (AWA) and Flexible working arrangements (FWA) in the context of COVID-19 Version 2 – 12 October 2020 Alternate working arrangements 1. Alternate working arrangements are implemented at the request of the Organization and are therefore different from flexible working arrangements. (...) Page 10 of 10 Criteria Flexible Working Arrangements (FWA) Alternate Working Arrangements (AWA) outside the duty station ST/IC/2019/15 on Flexible working arrangements.
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Score: 527301.86 - https://www.un.org/sites/un2.u...vid-19_awa-fwa_guidance_v2.pdf
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Page 1 of 10 Policy Guidance - All duty stations Alternate working arrangements (AWA) and Flexible working arrangements (FWA) in the context of COVID-19 Version 2 – 12 October 2020 Alternate working arrangements 1. Alternate working arrangements are implemented at the request of the Organization and are therefore different from flexible working arrangements. (...) Page 10 of 10 Criteria Flexible Working Arrangements (FWA) Alternate Working Arrangements (AWA) outside the duty station ST/IC/2019/15 on Flexible working arrangements.
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Score: 527301.86 - https://www.un.org/sites/un2.u...vid-19_awa-fwa_guidance_v2.pdf
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Cooperation Arrangement BETWEEN The Civil Aviation Department, Hong Kong, China AND The Civil Aviation Authority, Macao, China ON Aircraft Accident and Incident Investigation Civil Aviation Department, HKSARG © 4 on validation of certificates for civil aeronautical products, parts and appliances Working Arrangement Civil Aviation Department, Hong Kong, China Signing Ceremony Presenter Presentation Notes Backdrop Option 2 Civil Aviation Department, HKSARG © 2014 Background  Working Arrangement on cooperation in Supplemental Type Certification and ETSO Authorisation activities  Signed October 2012  One-way EASA validation of HKCAD approvals  EASA validates HKCAD STC and HTSO  Benefit  Reduce aviation operator’s economic burden (cost and time need for investigation)  Reduce investigation effort of the authority by avoiding duplicate certification activities Civil Aviation Department, HKSARG © 2014 This Working Arrangement  Working Arrangement on validation of certification for civil aeronautical products, parts and appliances  One-way HKCAD validation /acceptance of EASA approvals  HKCAD validates/acceptance of EASA design approvals TC / STC / Repairs / Modifications / ETSOA  Benefit  Further realise the benefit for Hong Kong aviation operators  More collaboration between two authorities Civil Aviation Department, HKSARG © 4 on validation of certificates for civil aeronautical products, parts and appliances Working Arrangement Civil Aviation Department, Hong Kong, China Signing Ceremony Presenter Presentation Notes Backdrop Option 2 Working Arrangement Background This Working Arrangement Working Arrangement
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Score: 526970.3 - https://www.icao.int/APAC/Meet...SA%20Working%20Arrangement.pdf
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CODESHARING ARRANGEMENTS 2.1 A designated airline of either side may, subject to the following conditions, enter into codesharing arrangement, whether as the operating airline (i.. to carry partner airline(s) code on its own services) or marketing airline (i.e. to put its code on partner airline(s) services), in respect of passenger, combination and/or cargo air services with: a) designated airline(s) of the same side; b) (an) airline(s) of the other side; and c) (an) airline(s) of a third country or countries under the following conditions: 1) (an) airline(s) of one Contracting Party holds out authorization of its own Contracting Party for entering into such arrangements on the route or segment concerned; 2) a third country approves authorization for such arrangements between (an) airline(s) of its own side and (an) airline(s) of the other Contracting Party while operating such services to/from or via such third country; 3) intergovernmental arrangements authorizing codesharing operations are in place between the Contracting Party to which territory the operation of such services is planned and the third country or countries; 4) (an) airline(s) of one Contracting Party designated to operate codesharing services and (an) airline(s) of a third country, involved in such services have entered into a commercial arrangement with the designated airline(s) of the other Contracting Party. 2.2 The designated airline(s) of either side may enter into codesharing arrangements between any point(s) in one Contracting Party, via any intermediate point(s), to any point(s) in the territory of the other Contracting Party, and to any point(s) beyond, provided that the services originate from the point of departure. (...) A36-WP/65 EC/7 - 3 - 2.4 All operating airlines involved in the codesharing arrangements should be designated by their respective Contracting Party and hold the underlying traffic rights on the route or segment concerned. 2.5 All marketing airlines involved in the codesharing arrangements may hold out and market third and fourth freedom services on the route or segment concerned. (...) Furthermore, each participating airline should instruct its agents to comply with this notification requirement. b) The aeronautical authorities of both sides may require the designated airline(s) participating in codesharing arrangements to file with them schedules and timetables. 2.11 Applications in accordance with the above codesharing arrangements should be submitted by the designated airline(s) participating in codesharing arrangements to the aeronautical authorities of both sides for approval at least 30 days in advance, unless the requirement for approval is waived in advance by the aeronautical authorities concerned.
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Score: 526026.1 - https://www.icao.int/Meetings/...%2036th%20Session/wp065_en.pdf
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Demographic and policy dimensions of population ageing and living arrangements of older persons. 3. Living arrangements and well-being of older persons in the past. 4. Living arrangements and family support. 5. Adapting to rapid societal transformations. 6. Poverty, health and living arrangements of older persons. 7. Future research directions. 8.
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Score: 526026.1 - https://www.un.org/en/developm...vents/pdf/expert/1/annexes.pdf
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LIVING ARRANGEMENTS AND WELL BEING OF THE OLDER POPULATION: FUTURE RESEARCH DIRECTIONS 1 LIVING ARRANGEMENTS AND WELL-BEING OF THE OLDER POPULATION: FUTURE RESEARCH DIRECTIONS Victoria A. (...) Descriptive statistics on living arrangements also do not inform us about the motivations and preferences for different living arrangements among older people. *United States Bureau of the Census. 2 There is a need to go beyond the descriptive statistics on living arrangements to investigate the factors that influence one’s living arrangements and explore the impact those different living arrangements have on older people’s lives.
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Score: 525773.1 - https://www.un.org/en/developm...vents/pdf/expert/1/velkoff.pdf
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Guide to developing balanced working time arrangements A practical guide or “how to” manual on working time arrangements - also known as “work schedules”. Type: Book Date issued: 28 May 2019 Reference: Print: 978-92-2-133239-8[ISBN] Web PDF: 978-92-2-133240-4[ISBN] Epub: 978-92-2-133241-1[ISBN] Mobi: 978-92-2-133242-8[ISBN] Support medium: Paperback Download: Guide to developing balanced working time arrangements (mobi) mobi - 2.9 MB Guide to developing balanced working time arrangements (epub) epub - 1.3 MB Guide to developing balanced working time arrangements pdf - 1.0 MB The Guide to Developing Balanced Working Time Arrangements is a practical guide or “how to” manual on working time arrangements (also known as “work schedules”) for the ILO’s constituents – employers, workers, and governments. (...) It provides a set of guiding principles for developing balanced working time arrangements; some practical tips regarding how to structure various types of working time arrangements; and a step-by-step process that can be used for designing and implementing new and improved working time arrangements.
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Score: 525538.04 - https://www.ilo.org/travail/in...WCMS_706159/lang--it/index.htm
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Guide to developing balanced working time arrangements A practical guide or “how to” manual on working time arrangements - also known as “work schedules”. Type: Book Date issued: 28 May 2019 Reference: Print: 978-92-2-133239-8[ISBN] Web PDF: 978-92-2-133240-4[ISBN] Epub: 978-92-2-133241-1[ISBN] Mobi: 978-92-2-133242-8[ISBN] Support medium: Paperback Download: Guide to developing balanced working time arrangements (mobi) mobi - 2.9 MB Guide to developing balanced working time arrangements (epub) epub - 1.3 MB Guide to developing balanced working time arrangements pdf - 1.0 MB The Guide to Developing Balanced Working Time Arrangements is a practical guide or “how to” manual on working time arrangements (also known as “work schedules”) for the ILO’s constituents – employers, workers, and governments. (...) It provides a set of guiding principles for developing balanced working time arrangements; some practical tips regarding how to structure various types of working time arrangements; and a step-by-step process that can be used for designing and implementing new and improved working time arrangements.
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Score: 525538.04 - https://www.ilo.org/travail/in...WCMS_706159/lang--en/index.htm
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Guide to developing balanced working time arrangements A practical guide or “how to” manual on working time arrangements - also known as “work schedules”. Type: Book Date issued: 28 May 2019 Reference: Print: 978-92-2-133239-8[ISBN] Web PDF: 978-92-2-133240-4[ISBN] Epub: 978-92-2-133241-1[ISBN] Mobi: 978-92-2-133242-8[ISBN] Support medium: Paperback Download: Guide to developing balanced working time arrangements (mobi) mobi - 2.9 MB Guide to developing balanced working time arrangements (epub) epub - 1.3 MB Guide to developing balanced working time arrangements pdf - 1.0 MB The Guide to Developing Balanced Working Time Arrangements is a practical guide or “how to” manual on working time arrangements (also known as “work schedules”) for the ILO’s constituents – employers, workers, and governments. (...) It provides a set of guiding principles for developing balanced working time arrangements; some practical tips regarding how to structure various types of working time arrangements; and a step-by-step process that can be used for designing and implementing new and improved working time arrangements.
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Score: 525538.04 - https://www.ilo.org/travail/in...WCMS_706159/lang--de/index.htm
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