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Decision 519 - 3 - C04/82-E INTERNATIONAL TELECOMMUNICATION UNION COUNCIL Document C04/82-E 18 June 2004 Original: English GENEVA — 2004 SESSION — (9 – 18 JUNE) DECISION 519 (Approved at the Tenth Plenary Meeting) Extension of the Mandate of the Working Group on Observers and the Implementation of the Admission on a Provisional Basis of Observers Representing Sector Members to Council 2005 The Council, considering a) Resolution 109 (Marrakesh, 2002) concerning the review and consolidation of provisions regarding observers; b) Council Decision 1208 referencing the mandate of the Working Group on Observers to review all the relevant provisions of the basic texts of the Union concerning observers and prepare a report for consideration by the 2004 session of the Council, noting a) the provision of Resolution 109 which, in referring to Recommendation R29 of the Working Group on ITU Reform, requires the taking into account of the recommendation that Sector Members be given observer status in the meetings of the Council and that the advisory groups should develop criteria for the selection of Sector Member representatives, b) the decision of the 1998 session of the Council allowing electronic access to Council documents by Member States and Sector Members, recognizing the decision of the Plenipotentiary Conference (Marrakesh, 2002) to make Council more transparent and inclusive to the membership, conscious a) of the imperative to proceed cautiously in order to avoid impeding the important work of Council, given its broad and complex agenda and the serious constraints on its time and resources; b) of the need to respect Council’s distinct characteristic, i.e., that it is the elected governing body of the Union in the interval between plenipotentiary conferences and, of the importance of ensuring accountability of the ITU Council to the Member States of the Union; c) of the need to avoid introducing divisive or competitive dynamics to Council sessions or eroding the integrity of the decision-making hierarchy within each Sector; d) of the imperative to avoid detracting from the important tasks of the Sector Advisory Groups as set out in Articles 11A, 14A and 17A of the Convention, decides 1. to take note of the recommendations of Part A and Part B of the Report of the Working Group on Observers; 2. to extend the mandate of the Working Group to continue its examinations and to develop the draft texts including amendments to Council’s Rules of Procedure and a draft resolution for submission to Council 2005 for appropriate action, and to examine issues related to the implementation of the provisional admission of observers representing Sector Members to Council; 3. to approve the audio webcasting of Council proceedings to Member States and Sector Members subject to the implementation of appropriate measures to respect, in particular, the restricted nature of Council’s proceedings; 4. to approve, subject to follow-up evaluation, the admission, on a provisional basis, of observers representing Sector members pursuant to No. 60B of the Convention to the 2005 session of Council on the basis of the criteria set out in Annex A, further decides to evaluate as far as possible at the 2005 session of Council, the implementation of the provisional admission to Council meetings of observers representing Sector Members as set out in this decision, instructs the Directors of the Bureaux to bring this decision to the attention of the Sector advisory groups and invite them to take appropriate measures, taking into account in particular the conditions specified in Annex A below. (...) Each Sector Advisory Group, through consultations and taking into account conscious d) above, nominates up to three Sector Members to attend Council as observers representing the Sector Members of that Sector. 2.
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Score: 808965.33 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-D/tdag/11thTDAG/082E.doc
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Nelson Mandela and Mahatma Gandhi chose the path of social cohesiveness as the only way of achieving a smooth political transformation to ensure a stable political system. They were both conscious that domestic political stability is a precondition for socioeconomic progress besides enabling countries to play a helpful, stabilizing role in international affairs. (...) Mandela himself was also conscious of the value of nonviolence as the true foundation of a post-apartheid South Africa. (...) Satyagraha (Gandhi’s “truth force”) is direct action for collective protest, which is context-dependent and is defined in terms of orientation, mechanism, and disposition; it is also non-coercive and conscious suffering for its practitioner. For him as a self-described ‘practical idealist’, there is fusion of means and ends – or, rather means are everything.
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Score: 802907.7 - https://www.un.org/en/academic...gandhian-values-legacy-mandela
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Nelson Mandela and Mahatma Gandhi chose the path of social cohesiveness as the only way of achieving a smooth political transformation to ensure a stable political system. They were both conscious that domestic political stability is a precondition for socioeconomic progress besides enabling countries to play a helpful, stabilizing role in international affairs. (...) Mandela himself was also conscious of the value of nonviolence as the true foundation of a post-apartheid South Africa. (...) Satyagraha (Gandhi’s “truth force”) is direct action for collective protest, which is context-dependent and is defined in terms of orientation, mechanism, and disposition; it is also non-coercive and conscious suffering for its practitioner. For him as a self-described ‘practical idealist’, there is fusion of means and ends – or, rather means are everything.
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Score: 802907.7 - https://www.un.org/en/node/139648
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Purpose-driven marketing: How brands are attracting socially conscious consumers and creating change in the world | UN Global Compact All Participants Search Who We Are The SDGs Participation Take Action Engage Locally Explore Our Library About News Sign In Contact Us Purpose-driven marketing In this section Take Action What You Can Do UNITING BUSINESS AND GOVERNMENTS TO RECOVER BETTER Decent Work Toolkit SDG Action Manager SDG Ambition Uniting Business for a Better World Target Gender Equality Young SDG Innovators Ocean Stewardship Coalition Events Leadership Partnerships Practical Guidances for the UN Global Compact Sustainable Ocean Principles Accelerators United Nations Day Purpose-driven marketing: How brands are attracting socially conscious consumers and creating change in the world Business Actions to Eliminate Child Labour Climate Ambition Accelerator Learning to challenge bias from the woman who skied to the South Pole alone Occupational Safety and Health Think Lab How brands are attracting socially conscious consumers and creating change in the world Customers are driving a trust-based revolution and demanding that companies lead with their ethical and environmental values.  
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Score: 802907.7 - https://www.unglobalcompact.or...ction/purpose-driven-marketing
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Evil happened, and evil must not happen again, nor must it be forgotten. I am conscious of all this today. I'm conscious that a man, however small and impotent he may be, must not allow himself to be overcome by lack of courage and that he must sacrifice himself in such situations.
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Score: 800886.33 - https://www.icty.org/en/node/8322
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Evil happened, and evil must not happen again, nor must it be forgotten. I am conscious of all this today. I'm conscious that a man, however small and impotent he may be, must not allow himself to be overcome by lack of courage and that he must sacrifice himself in such situations.
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Score: 800886.33 - https://www.icty.org/en/content/damir-do%C5%A1en
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Evil happened, and evil must not happen again, nor must it be forgotten. I am conscious of all this today. I'm conscious that a man, however small and impotent he may be, must not allow himself to be overcome by lack of courage and that he must sacrifice himself in such situations.
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Score: 800886.33 - https://www.icty.org/en/sid/205
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Members should keep in mind, that during the exercise of their legitimate WTO rights, they should also be able to respond to the interests and concerns of all its Members. Conscious of the fact that implementation of the achieved results of negotiations is an important issue and conscious of the fact that there is an array of other issues which are in the interest of all Members, some of which are of critical importance for the effective functioning of the Multilateral Trading System, the Republic of Slovenia supports the establishment of a broad-based process among the WTO Members under the auspices of the General Council, with the aim of a comprehensive trade liberalization negotiation, beginning in the latter half of 1999.
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Score: 800886.33 - https://www.wto.org/english/th...nist_e/min98_e/mc98_e/st24.pdf
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Ladies and Gentlemen, In reiterating Brazil's commitment to the objectives of the Paris Agreement, I want to assure you that we are conscious that signing the agreement is just the beginning, the easy part. (...) We will continue to rely on the contribution and participation of all sectors of Brazilian society, which is aware of the scope of the challenge ahead, committed to the task at hand, and conscious of what we will leave for future generations.
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Score: 800886.33 - https://www.un.org/sustainable...nt/uploads/2016/04/BrazilE.pdf
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Guyana with a Diaspora at least as large as its internal population, is conscious of the unique role migrants can play in the transformation of societies, we are conscious of the considerable opportunities and contributions of migrants to development and of the importance of incorporating migrant communities in the policy formation process as we work toward implementation of the Global Compact.
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Score: 800886.33 - https://www.un.org/en/conf/mig.../pdf/GCM-Statements/guyana.pdf
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