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“The removal of the Chief, Movement Control Section (“MCS”) as the Applicant’s first reporting officer (“FRO”) and supervisor, and replacement with a fellow movement control officer whom the Chief, MCS had designated a Team Leader; b. (...) In 2018, MCS informally implemented, initially on a trial basis, a new team structure under which Movement Control Officers and Movement Assistants were assigned to one of three teams: the Cargo Movement Team, the Passengers Movement Team, and the Enabling Team. MCS movement control officers were designated Team Leaders or Team Members by the Chief, MCS.
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Score: 575985.6 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2021-028.pdf
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The post Agreement on Movement and Access (AMA) – Ninety-ninth biweekly implementation report (OCHA) appeared first on Question of Palestine. (...) The post Agreement on Movement and Access (AMA) – Ninety-eighth biweekly implementation report (OCHA) appeared first on Question of Palestine. (...) The post Agreement on Movement and Access (AMA) – Ninety-sixth biweekly implementation report (OCHA) appeared first on Question of Palestine.
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Score: 571809.4 - https://www.un.org/unispal/doc...ng-quartet-special-envoy/feed/
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Failure (Symbolic/No response) The WPA neither genders the debate nor supports women’s movement positions in the debates. Women’s movement actors are absent from the debate arena and the policy response fails to contain women’s movement demands. (...) In job training and prostitution there were no patterns of movement resources that were compelling. This means that movements and WPAs could form alliances at any stage of the movement (decline, growing or consolidation) closeness or distance from the Left. Particular issue priority of the movement and movement unity were important only in abortion and political representation debates.
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Score: 566680.1 - https://www.un.org/womenwatch/...gm/eql-men/docs/EP.5_Mazur.pdf
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In this context, the Movement attaches high importance to the strengthening of the role of the United Nations and recognizes the efforts taken to develop its full potential. (...) Chairman, The Security Council-imposed sanctions still remain an issue of serious concern to the Member Countries of the Non-Aligned Movement. It is the Movement's view that the imposition of sanctions should be considered as a last resort. (...) The question of the peaceful settlement of disputes among States, as an important issue for the Movement, continues to rank highly in the Special Committee.
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Score: 566466.5 - https://www.un.org/en/ga/sixth...ents/charter_committee/nam.pdf
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Introduction In today’s globalized economy, it is not only the movement of goods, services, capital and information that is becoming increasingly active – the temporary movement of natural persons over national borders is also intensifying. (...) We propose that the definition of intra-corporate movements can be fixed as, “the temporary movement of natural persons among headquarters, overseas offices and branches, subsidiaries and affiliated companies.” (...) However, the scope of GATS covers the temporary movement of natural persons and it should be noted that the movement of persons seeking access to the employment markets of other countries, and movements of persons seeking citizenship, residence or employment on a permanent basis are not covered as is stipulated in the agreement.
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Score: 566192.24 - https://www.wto.org/english/fo...e/ngo_e/nippon_keidanren_e.doc
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Freedom of movement is a universal human right. Article 13 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights says that everyone should be able to move around and reside anywhere within their country. (...) Recent Israeli measures to ease some of its restrictions on the movement of people and goods in the oPt are welcome. (...) Freedom of movement is something to be cherished and protected.
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Score: 565482 - https://www.un.org/unispal/document/auto-insert-200316/
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Introduction In today’s globalized economy, it is not only the movement of goods, services, capital and information that is becoming increasingly active – the temporary movement of natural persons over national borders is also intensifying. (...) We propose that the definition of intra-corporate movements can be fixed as, “the temporary movement of natural persons among headquarters, overseas offices and branches, subsidiaries and affiliated companies.” (...) However, the scope of GATS covers the temporary movement of natural persons and it should be noted that the movement of persons seeking access to the employment markets of other countries, and movements of persons seeking citizenship, residence or employment on a permanent basis are not covered as is stipulated in the agreement.
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Score: 564820.1 - https://www.wto.org/english/forums_e/ngo_e/keidanren_e.doc
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The Non-Aligned Movement is cognizant of the importance of rule of law and accountability at the United Nations. The Movement welcomes the operationalization of the new system of administration of justice in the United Nations. (...) The Non-Aligned Movement condemns any attempt to destabilize the democratic and constitutional order in any NAM Member State.
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Score: 564451.5 - https://www.un.org/en/ga/sixth...statements/rule_of_law/nam.pdf
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The Movement also encourages States to resort to pacific settlement of disputes through mechanisms and tools established under intemational law. (...) The Movement considers the system of administration of justice in the United Nations as an important mechanism. (...) The Non-Aligned Movement condemns any attempt to destabilize the democratic and constitutional order in any NAM Member State.
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Score: 563752.93 - https://www.un.org/en/ga/sixth...statements/rule_of_law/nam.pdf
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Calendar Year or 12 Months Ending : current year previous year I. Aircraft Movements (a) Passenger and Combi (combination) Aircraft (b) All-Cargo Aircraft (c) Total Air Transport Movements (a + b) (c.i) International scheduled (c.ii) International non-scheduled (c.iii) Domestic scheduled (c.iv) Domestic non-scheduled (d) Other Aircraft Movements (d.i) Air taxi and commercial business flights (d.ii) All other aircraft movements Total Aircraft Movements (c + d) II. (...) International Movement An international movement is a landing or take-off of an aircraft or a helicopter that contains a flight having one or more international flights. Domestic Movement A domestic movement is a landing or take-off of an aircraft or a helicopter which performs a domestic flight.
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Score: 563751.2 - https://www.icao.int/sustainab...sh/Form_IS-Instructions_en.pdf
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