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Formal recognition as a distinct sector As noted above, it is important for community broadcasters to be formally recognised in law as a distinct type or tier of broadcasting. (...) Similarly, the 2009 Council of Europe’s Declaration of the Committee of Ministers on the role of community media in promoting social cohesion and intercultural dialogue “[r]ecog- nises community media as a distinct media sector, alongside public service and private commercial media”. (...) States should formally recognise community broadcasting in their legal systems as a distinct tier of broadcasting, alongside public service and commercial broad- casting.
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Score: 659568.7 - https://en.unesco.org/sites/de...ility_policy_2_recognition.pdf
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(d) For the purposes of subsection (b)(ii), in determining whether a distinctive sign is well known, Section 2.13 shall apply. (...) Well-known Signs (a) A well-known distinctive sign shall be infringed by the unauthorized use of a sign identical with or confusingly similar to that distinctive sign, where such use would indicate a connection between goods or services and the owner of the well-known sign or the reputation of the well-known distinctive sign or of its owner is likely to be damaged by such use. (...) (j) The following, in particular, shall be considered relevant sectors of the public for the purpose of recognizing a distinctive sign as well known: (i) actual or potential consumers of the type of goods or services to which the distinctive sign applies; (ii) persons involved in marketing or distribution channels of the type of goods or services to which the distinctive sign applies; (iii) the entrepreneurs in the business circles relating to the type of goods, services, establishment or activity to which the sign applies.
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Score: 657033.15 - https://www.wto.org/english/th...c_e/lbr_e/WTACCLBR10_LEG_5.pdf
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Question: Is there any distinction which is not considered discriminatory? Answer : Distinctions based on skills or efforts are legitimate. (...) Answer: It is necessary to make a distinction between the two questions that were asked.
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Score: 656210.84 - https://www.ilo.org/beijing/ar..._BDE_FAQ_EN/lang--en/index.htm
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Question: Is there any distinction which is not considered discriminatory? Answer : Distinctions based on skills or efforts are legitimate. (...) Answer: It is necessary to make a distinction between the two questions that were asked.
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Score: 656210.84 - https://www.ilo.org/empent/are..._BDE_FAQ_EN/lang--en/index.htm
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Secondly , it is essential to eliminate the information technical distinctions between the developed and developing countries and to establish the fair international information order. The above mentioned distinctions are one of the main reasons of unfulfilled information's mission. Those distinctions cause a tragedy in the field of information which shows that one inposes its interest upon other and the latter is obliged itself to tolerate the former's imposition, even meeting with loss.
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Score: 656191.65 - https://www.un.org/en/ga/coi/27/statements/dprk.shtml
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(ii) Industrial property. back to top Industrial property can usefully be divided into two main areas: One area can be characterized as the protection of distinctive signs, in particular trademarks (which distinguish the goods or services of one undertaking from those of other undertakings) and geographical indications (which identify a good as originating in a place where a given characteristic of the good is essentially attributable to its geographical origin). The protection of such distinctive signs aims to stimulate and ensure fair competition and to protect consumers, by enabling them to make informed choices between various goods and services. The protection may last indefinitely, provided the sign in question continues to be distinctive. Other types of industrial property are protected primarily to stimulate innovation, design and the creation of technology.
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Score: 650181.25 - https://www.wto.org/english/tratop_e/trips_e/intel1_e.htm
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The Panels' approach erroneously examined only one side of the relevant regulatory distinction. 20. At most, the Panels' approach encompasses how the relevant regulatory distinctions address the relative risks or levels of harm associated with AIDCP-compliant dolphin sets in the ETP. (...) For all three regulatory distinctions, the calibration assessment requires consideration of both fishing methods and ocean areas. (...) By not requiring independent certification in such circumstances, the regulatory distinctions made by the certification requirements are not calibrated.
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Score: 649435.35 - https://www.wto.org/english/tr...top_e/dispu_e/381abrw2_a_e.pdf
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Moreover, it is necessary to combat all terrorist groups and organizations wherever they exist without any distinction. Furthermore, the Group believes that it is essential that Member States should enhance their cooperation and coordination with the aim of prosecuting the perpetrators of the terrorist acts, preventing providing any finance, safe havens, assistance or weapons to terrorist groups and organizations. (...) Once again, the Group reiterates the need to make a distinction between terrorism and the exercise of legitimate right of peoples to resist foreign occupation and would like to stress that this distinction is duly observed in International Law, International Humanitarian Law, Article 51 of the Charter of the United Nations, and the General Assembly resolution 46/51 which also endorses this position. (...) We reaffirm our determination to make every effort to reach a consensus agreement on the draft convention, by resolving the outstanding issues including those related to the legal definition of terrorism, particularly on the distinction between terrorism and the struggle for the rights of self- determination by people under foreign occupation, and colonial or alien domination, as well as on the scope of the acts covered by the draft Convention.
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Score: 648627.73 - https://www.un.org/en/ga/sixth...atements/int_terrorism/oic.pdf
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The contracting parties shall co-operate with each other with a view to preventing the use of trade names in such manner as to misrepresent the true origin of a product, to the detriment of such distinctive regional or geographical names of products of the territory of a contracting party as are protected by its legislation. (...) It will rest with the governments concerned to proceed to a joint examination of particular cases which might arise if disputes occur as a result of the use of distinctive names of products which may have lost their original significance through constant use permitted by law in the country where they are used’. (...) The Panel did not consider it necessary to define the term ‘trade name’ in this case for the following reasons: Article IX:6 was designed to protect ‘distinctive regional or geographical names of products of the territory of a contracting party as are protected by its legislation’.
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Score: 647335.94 - https://www.wto.org/english/re...i17_e/gatt1994_art9_gatt47.pdf
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The ISCO classification uses a hierarchical structure of occupational titles and codes, essentially reflecting the distinction of subgroups of workers according to assumed differences in skill level and skill specialization required to fulfil the tasks and duties of jobs. (...) The qualifications held by individuals or that predominate in the country are not the main factor in making this distinction, as training arrangements for nurses and midwives vary widely between countries and have varied over time within countries. (...) In the context of the MDS, it is proposed to focus more specifically on the distinction between migrants who are working in the health sector in the destination country and other (ie. those who are either unemployed, inactive or working outside the health sector).
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Score: 646641.2 - https://www.who.int/hrh/migrat...n/draft_guidelines_annex_1.pdf
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