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Latin America | Pastoralist Knowledge Hub | Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations FAO.org العربية 中文 english français Русский Español Pastoralist Knowledge Hub What we do Knowledge repository Pastoralist networks Partners Forum News and Events Regional networks Latin America Europe West and Central Africa Eastern and Southern Africa West Asia and North Africa Central Asia South Asia High Asia Database of organizations Latin America Pastoralism in Latin America has the rearing of camelids such as llamas, alpacas, vicunas and guanacos as its most distinctive trait, although sheep, goats and cattle are also kept. (...) Periodically flooded areas also host distinctive pastoralist cultures with great ecological and cultural significance, such as the Llanos shared by Venezuela and Colombia, the floodable areas (“ bañados” ) of the Bermejo and Pilcomayo basins in Paraguay and Argentina, and the Pantanal in Brazil. (...) In Argentina, sheep are mainly used for their wool 50% of which is exported. Other distinctive traditional pastoralist systems  practiced in the continent have gained less visibility because of being practiced with more conventional livestock (cattle, sheep or goats).
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Score: 612440.1 - https://www.fao.org/pastoralis...nal-networks/latin-america/en/
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The Group reiterates once again 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, 3 as well as on the scope of the acts covered by the draft Convention.
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Score: 612440.1 - https://www.un.org/en/ga/sixth...atements/int_terrorism/oic.pdf
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While appreciative of the report overall quality, organizations were keen to stress the important distinction between the role and authority of executive heads and that of the legislative bodies, particularly in reference to the agenda-setting and documentation of such bodies. With regard to the addressees of the recommendations and the follow-up function of the Joint Inspection Unit, organizations indicated they would welcome further clarification by the Unit regarding the process and the criteria used in addressing recommendations to legislative bodies and to executive heads, noting that recommendations requiring decisions on the part of legislative bodies regarding management issues did not always clearly reflect the distinctions between those two types of audience. Organizations appreciated the maturity matrix as a concrete basis for engagement regarding performance on Joint Inspection Unit matters, although they observed that in the event governing bodies decided not to consider the Unit’s recommendations or could not include them in their meetings’ agendas, this led to a decrease in their rates of recommendations’ acceptance Page 2 of 2 and implementation. (...) More specifically, in reference to recommendations 1 and 2, organizations stressed the distinct roles, responsibilities and authorities of the executive heads and legislative bodies and their respective bureaux, particularly in reference to deciding on the course of action to be taken and the final text of the decisions in question.
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Score: 612440.1 - https://www.un.org/en/ga/fifth...018_03_14_Item_142_JIU_CEB.pdf
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Echoing that stance, the representative of Maldives, speaking for AOSIS, said there should be distinction between fish harvested for food and for their genetic properties.  (...) She also said she agreed that a distinction between fish as a commodity and fish as a genetic resource be included.  (...) Voicing support for making a distinction between fish harvested as a commodity and those collected for genetic properties, she emphasized the need for clear language on mechanisms to ensure traceability.
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Score: 611899 - https://www.un.org/press/en/2018/sea2082.doc.htm
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The physical or graphic nature of a “rapid prototype” creates a definite distinction from earlier stages of a solution-development process such as brainstorming, which is purely conceptual in nature. (...) Ultimately this distinction relates more to complexity and scope as opposed to speed, although the limited scope of a “rapid prototype” will inherently lead to a more agile and “rapid” process of iterative refinement. Prototyping has a critical and distinct place in the innovation process. Simply put, prototyping is the bridge between concepts and a refined solution.
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Score: 608477.64 - https://www.unhcr.org/innovation/what-is-prototyping-anyway/
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Simply Services Seminar in collaboration with the International Bar Association 2 Classification according to CPC 861 Provisional 861 Legal services 8611 Legal advisory and representation services in the different fields of law 86111 Legal advisory and representation services concerning criminal law 86119 Legal advisory and representation services in judicial procedures concerning other fields of law 8612 Legal advisory and representation services in statutory procedures of quasi-judicial tribunals, boards, etc. 8613 Legal documentation and certification services 8619 Other legal advisory and information services 3 Usefulness of CPC 861 Prov. in the context of trade liberalization? • No distinction between advisory and representation services • No distinction between domestic (“host country law”) and foreign law (“home country law”, “third country law”) • No explicit coverage of international law • No explicit coverage of arbitration and conciliation services Joint Statement on Legal Services (TN/S/W/37 -2005) Suggests terminology and definitions for – Legal advisory services – Legal representational services – Legal arbitration and conciliation/mediation services – Domestic law (host country law) – Foreign law – International law WTO Members with commitments in Legal Services 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 Domestic ("host") advisory Domestic ("host") representation Foreign ("home") advisory Foreign ("home") representation International UR Accessions Share of Members with commitments in domestic (host –country) law Host country law - UR original Members With commitments Without commitments Host country law - Accessions With commitments Without commitments Share of Members with commitments in foreign (host –country) law Home country law - UR original Members With commitments Without commitments Home country law - Accessions With commitments Without commitments Legal Services under the GATS Classification according to CPC 861 Provisional Usefulness of CPC 861 Prov. in the context of trade liberalization?
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Score: 607467.63 - https://www.wto.org/english/tratop_e/serv_e/Jelitto_e.pdf
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Instead, a panel must further analyze whether the detrimental impact on imports stems exclusively from a legitimate regulatory distinction rather than reflecting discrimination against the group of imported products. (...) If we determine that the regulatory distinctions drawn by the COOL measure are designed or applied in a manner that constitutes arbitrary or unjustifiable discrimination, those distinctions cannot be considered 'legitimate', and the COOL measure will be inconsistent with Article 2.1. (...) Thus, if calibrated properly, these regulatory distinctions will not amount to arbitrary or unjustifiable discrimination and will thus comply with the requirements of Article 2.1 of the TBT Agreement."51 31.
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Score: 606537.1 - https://www.wto.org/english/re...ions_e/ai17_e/tbt_art2_jur.pdf
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Archaeological research indicates that the Northern Jurchen culture of Priamurye had a distinctive character with traditions firmly rooted in the local cultural-historical past. (...) Jurchen culture developed further from the 8 th century onwards, which is reflected in a wide range of artefacts and other distinctive archaeological finds, including ceramics, armour and decorative objects.
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Score: 604206.25 - https://en.unesco.org/silkroad...imes-and-amur-choson-relations
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Score: 604206.25 - http://en.unesco.org/inclusivepolicylab/users/garba-moussa
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