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Born in Namibia, then part of South Africa, he did not acquire nationality at birth because at the time neither of his parents had citizenship or permanent residency in the country. (...) His parents were both British Overseas Citizens – a class of nationality granted under limited circumstances to people connected with former British colonies – and his father subsequently acquired full British citizenship. Paul was issued a British passport in India in 2007. Believing he had acquired British citizenship, he then surrendered his Indian citizenship in line with Indian law.
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Score: 897561.7 - https://www.unhcr.org/en-au/ne...tortuous-road-recognition.html
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Born in Namibia, then part of South Africa, he did not acquire nationality at birth because at the time neither of his parents had citizenship or permanent residency in the country. (...) His parents were both British Overseas Citizens – a class of nationality granted under limited circumstances to people connected with former British colonies – and his father subsequently acquired full British citizenship. Paul was issued a British passport in India in 2007. Believing he had acquired British citizenship, he then surrendered his Indian citizenship in line with Indian law.
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Score: 897561.7 - https://www.unhcr.org/afr/news...tortuous-road-recognition.html
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Born in Namibia, then part of South Africa, he did not acquire nationality at birth because at the time neither of his parents had citizenship or permanent residency in the country. (...) His parents were both British Overseas Citizens – a class of nationality granted under limited circumstances to people connected with former British colonies – and his father subsequently acquired full British citizenship. Paul was issued a British passport in India in 2007. Believing he had acquired British citizenship, he then surrendered his Indian citizenship in line with Indian law.
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Score: 897561.7 - https://www.unhcr.org/uk/news/...tortuous-road-recognition.html
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F irstly, development organizations have found themselves having to deal with a group of Middle-Income Countries (MICs) that, while valuing the knowledge that such organizations can provide, are not always willing to pay high transac tion costs and interest rates to acquire it. As a result, some institutions, includi ng IFAD, have been obliged to re- think and modify their approach to MICs. (...) IFAD needs to consider whether it is investing enough in acquiring and transferring such knowledge. With regard to the contextual factors most relevant to project impact, the above-mentioned evaluations concluded that the key drivers of satisfactory impact in IFAD’s operations are the quality of project managers and executing institutions. (...) It is generally acknowledged that the Fund has acquired a wealth of valuable experience on rural poverty; this fact, together with its reputation for flexibility, should provide IFAD with a sound basis for maintaining partnerships with MICs.
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Score: 897561.7 - https://www.ifad.org/documents...fe-6bc3-4229-99db-c6269a9e00bb
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These policies will strengthen agricultural productivity and eventually contribute to stabilizing global food situations. · The recent food crisis has reminded us that the maintenance of different agriculture systems which are suitable to specific regions, i.e. (...) Under these circumstances, Japanese people have naturally acquired an affinity and sense of awe toward nature, and found special values and meanings in food and agriculture. That is to say, Japanese people have acquired wisdom on current topics such as “natural cycles” and “sustainability” through paddy farming.
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Score: 897124.2 - https://www.wto.org/english/th...in09_e/stat_e/jpn_akamatsu.doc
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ICC Model Contract for Intermediaries 3 Article 3 - Legal Status of the Intermediary 3.1 The Intermediary shall be considered as having an independent legal status vis-à-vis the Court (or the Counsel) and nothing contained in or relating to the Contract shall be construed as establishing or creating between the Parties a partnership, a relationship of employer and employee, a relationship of principal and agent nor any sort of representation. 3.2 The Intermediary provides the services and eventually the deliverables on a voluntary basis, being exclusively entitled to the reimbursement of expenses under the terms and conditions set forth in Article 11 of the Contract. (...) Article 9 - Confidentiality 9.1 The Intermediary agrees that he/she/it shall abide by the following perpetual confidential and nondisclosure conditions: 9.1.1 To classify as strictly confidential all of the information, data, documents and materials, in whatever form, received, acquired, produced or delivered by reason of the Contract, excluding what is publicly known; 9.1.2 To adhere to all policies or instructions provided by the Court (or the Counsel) as to the classification, use or disposal of any restricted or confidential information, data, document or materials; 9.1.3 Not to disclose, publish, disseminate or use for the benefit of any person, entity, company, organization or government, any confidential information, data, documents and materials, in whatever form, received, acquired, produced or delivered by reason of the Contract, except with the prior written consent of the Court (or the Counsel) or as required by law; 9.1.4 To not use any restricted or confidential information, data, document or material for personal gain; and 9.1.5 To respect the limitation that confidential information, data, documents and materials may be disclosed to and used by the Intermediary only when required for the purposes of his/her/its action strictly within the limits established and authorized by the Court (or the Counsel). 9.2 The Intermediary will ensure that he/she/it complies with the following obligations: 9.2.1 Any documents, data, information or materials, in whatever form, acquired, produced or delivered by reason of this Contract will be stored in an adequate manner to safeguard such documents, data, information or materials; and 9.2.2 Any documents, data, information or materials in electronic form acquired, produced or delivered by reason of this Contract will be stored in encrypted form.
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Score: 887777.1 - https://www.icc-cpi.int/sites/default/files/MCI-Eng.pdf
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The Deputy-Secretary General has given us a sharp reminder that the threats and risks of a non-state actor acquiring a weapon of mass destruction are not receding. (...) We count on Council members to continue to safeguard international peace and security not only by enhancing preventative measures through Resolution 1540, but also by looking ahead at response challenges in the eventuality that prevention fails. The consequences of an attack would be disastrous and we must be prepared.
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Score: 881805.2 - https://www.un.org/disarmament...540-15DEC2016-as-delivered.pdf
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Supachai Panitchpakdi, stressed the special role that parliamentarians, as elected representatives of the people, play vis-à-vis governments and civil society, and expressed the hope that the recent increase in parliamentary activities focused on the WTO would help to bridge the gaps, lead to a better understanding of WTO issues and procedures, and eventually rally the public behind the very important issues negotiated there. (...) In order for parliaments to perform their role as a bridge between civil society and governments effectively, it is critical that they acquire greater understanding of the design of international structures and reestablish the control that has been partly lost through the advent of the WTO, which has engendered a shift away from the policy level to the negotiations level.
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Score: 881805.2 - https://www.wto.org/english/tr.../dda_e/symp03_sessionxvi_e.doc
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“Training and education needs to be scaled-up urgently to ensure midwives acquire the skills they need to provide quality care. (...) This assessment will eventually be used towards the development of maternal, newborn and child health workforce (MNCHW) strategies to be included in country human resources for health (HRH) plans, facilitated by the County Coordination and Facilitation (CCF) process of the Alliance.
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Score: 881805.2 - https://www.who.int/workforcea...edia/news/2012/midwife2012/en/
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However, the teams’ hard work eventually paid off, and the epidemic situation in the area has significantly declined since the RRTs started their activities. (...) The young man is willing to follow the Rapid Response Team’s members’ recommendations and he is now working to disseminate the knowledge he has acquired among his friends and neighbours. UNICEF/YEMEN/2021/Khaled Albana'a Wazeer Mahmoud, 23 years old, receives a hygiene kit, water chlorine tabs and listens to the awareness messages from the Rapid Response Team (RRT), Taizz City, August 2021.
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Score: 881805.2 - https://www.unicef.org/yemen/s...t-defense-line-against-cholera
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