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The choice of older people to live in a residential setting should thus be equally respected. (...) [footnoteRef:7] isolation and segregation from community life, lack of control over day-to-day decisions, lack of choice over whom to live with, rigidity of routine irrespective of personal will and preferences, identical activities in the same place for a group of persons under a certain authority, a paternalistic approach in service provision, supervision of living arrangements and usually also a disproportion in the number of persons with disabilities living in the same environment. (...) A wide range of choices, including residential settings, must be available to ensure older people have a right to choose the type of care, provider and setting they prefer, without being penalised based on their choice.
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Score: 1189253.7 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de..._Draft_GCArt19_CRPD_FINAL.docx
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-- Module V150MOIP-CAPABILITY (V.150.1:01/2003) V150MOIP-CAPABILITY {itu-t (0) recommendation (0) v (22) 150 moip (0) major-version-one(1) minor-version-one(1)} DEFINITIONS AUTOMATIC TAGS ::= BEGIN IMPORTS NonStandardParameter FROM MULTIMEDIA-SYSTEM-CONTROL; V150MoIPCapability ::= SEQUENCE { nonStandard SEQUENCE OF NonStandardParameter OPTIONAL, modemRelayType CHOICE {v-mr NULL, u-mr NULL, ...}, gatewayType CHOICE {ntcx NULL, -- No Transcompression-- stcx NULL, -- Single Transcompression-- dtcx CHOICE-- Double Transcompression-- {single NULL, -- Preferred mode between two gateways-- double NULL, -- with double transcompression ability-- ...}, ...}, callDiscriminationMode CHOICE {audio NULL, g2-choice NULL, combination NULL, ...}, sprtParameters SEQUENCE {maxPayloadSizeChannel0 INTEGER(140..256) OPTIONAL, -- Default 140-- maxPayloadSizeChannel1 INTEGER(132..256) OPTIONAL, -- Default 132-- maxWindowSizeChannel1 INTEGER(32..96) OPTIONAL, -- Default 32-- maxPayloadSizeChannel2 INTEGER(132..256) OPTIONAL, -- Default 132-- maxWindowSizeChannel2 INTEGER(8..32) OPTIONAL, -- Default 8,-- maxPayloadSizeChannel3 INTEGER(140..256) OPTIONAL, -- Default 140-- ...}
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Score: 1184985.45 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/Publ...1/2003/V150MOIP-CAPABILITY.asn
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negotiations) of the capital of that company." 1717 Capital Gains 1818 Article 25 Article 25 –– the Mutual Agreement Procedure choices where the Mutual Agreement Procedure choices where there is no resolution:there is no resolution: •• Leave unresolved under treaty (e.g. leave to domestic Leave unresolved under treaty (e.g. leave to domestic law) orlaw) or •• Force a decisionForce a decision  Mutual Agreement Procedure Arbitration Mutual Agreement Procedure Arbitration –– New New AlternativeAlternative Art 25 B will include a mandatory arbitration option where Art 25 B will include a mandatory arbitration option where put in a bilateral treaty put in a bilateral treaty –– still within Competent Authority still within Competent Authority (CA) process (CA) process  Pros and cons of mandatory arbitration for countries Pros and cons of mandatory arbitration for countries –– requires close consideration in the light of your own requires close consideration in the light of your own circumstancescircumstances Dispute Settlement Arbitration Under the Arbitration Under the OECD ModelOECD Model 1919 Standard OECD Model MAP issue unresolved after 2 Years? (...) But bothboth would need to agreewould need to agree  Inherently optional, so no need for OECD Inherently optional, so no need for OECD footnotefootnote 2222 The Choice?The Choice? Why you might prefer Why you might prefer nono arbitration clausearbitration clause •• satisfied with the combination of MAP and satisfied with the combination of MAP and domestic law domestic law •• feel lack of experience in MAP may make it feel lack of experience in MAP may make it harder to succeed in arbitrationharder to succeed in arbitration •• consider it hard to find arbitrators who fully consider it hard to find arbitrators who fully understand developing country issuesunderstand developing country issues 2323 The Choice? (...) sovereignty? 2424 The Choice?The Choice? Why you might prefer mandatory binding Why you might prefer mandatory binding arbitrationarbitration •• more certainty to taxpayers more certainty to taxpayers –– better investment better investment climate climate •• domestic remedies may not solve (in fact they may be domestic remedies may not solve (in fact they may be "timed"timed--outout““) ) •• encourages solving within 2 (or 3 for the UN Model) encourages solving within 2 (or 3 for the UN Model) yearsyears •• you may think third party aspect actually reduces you may think third party aspect actually reduces pressure on you from larger countries/ multinationalspressure on you from larger countries/ multinationals 2525 The Choice?
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Score: 1181963.5 - https://www.un.org/esa/ffd/wp-...30_Presentation_LaraYaffar.pdf
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Block Hectares - This number refers to the total hectares to be treated in the block. Canopy Cover - Choices include: •<50% • 51-75% •>75% Tree Composition - Choices include: •>50% preferred species •<50% preferred species Ownership - This variable will be tracked for record keeping purposes only. (...) More Than 1.5 cm of Rain Within 24 Hours - Choices include: •yes •no •unknown Was GPS Used in Spray Aircraft - A choice of either •yes •no Code - If GPS was used, use the following codes to differentiate which system. 1 = SATLOC 2 = AGNAV 3 = Trimble 4 = Other If “other” is marked, please specify which system was used in the comments section. (...) Survey Type (optional) - Choices include: •Aerial •Ground •Photo Block Boundaries (optional) - Choices include: • Distinct • Indistinct If one or all sides of the block can be distinguished from adjacent non-treated areas, mark Distinct.
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Score: 1178765.8 - https://www.fao.org/forestry/6...e1f630a28c2f330649d34ed635.pdf
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V150MOIP-CAPABILITY (V.150.1:01/2003) -- Module V150MOIP-CAPABILITY (V.150.1:01/2003) -- See also ITU-T V.150.1 (01/2003) -- See also the index of all ASN.1 assignments needed in this document V150MOIP-CAPABILITY { itu-t (0) recommendation (0) v (22) 150 moip (0) major-version-one(1) minor-version-one(1)} DEFINITIONS AUTOMATIC TAGS ::= BEGIN IMPORTS NonStandardParameter FROM MULTIMEDIA-SYSTEM-CONTROL; V150MoIPCapability ::= SEQUENCE { nonStandard SEQUENCE OF NonStandardParameter OPTIONAL , modemRelayType CHOICE {v-mr NULL , u-mr NULL , ...}, gatewayType CHOICE {ntcx NULL , -- No Transcompression-- stcx NULL , -- Single Transcompression-- dtcx CHOICE -- Double Transcompression-- {single NULL , -- Preferred mode between two gateways-- double NULL , -- with double transcompression ability-- ...}, ...}, callDiscriminationMode CHOICE {audio NULL , g2-choice NULL , combination NULL , ...}, sprtParameters SEQUENCE {maxPayloadSizeChannel0 INTEGER (140..256) OPTIONAL , -- Default 140-- maxPayloadSizeChannel1 INTEGER (132..256) OPTIONAL , -- Default 132-- maxWindowSizeChannel1 INTEGER (32..96) OPTIONAL , -- Default 32-- maxPayloadSizeChannel2 INTEGER (132..256) OPTIONAL , -- Default 132-- maxWindowSizeChannel2 INTEGER (8..32) OPTIONAL , -- Default 8,-- maxPayloadSizeChannel3 INTEGER (140..256) OPTIONAL , -- Default 140-- ...}
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Score: 1178760.3 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/Publ.../2003/V150MOIP-CAPABILITY.html
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The verification process requires programme examples of both high and low peak-to-average ratio in order to effectively test the meters. Careful choice of programme style, as well as samples acquired both before and after audio “processing” (which reduces the peak-to-average ratio) will ensure an adequate representation of short-term dynamic ranges. (...) This is because each sample that is used in the test programme will have a single subjective loudness value assigned to it. 2.2.2 Sample rate The preferred sample rate is 48 kHz, but material at other rates may be provided. (...) This is standard broadcast practice, but some PC “audio workstation” programmes give the user the choice of referring measurements to either a full scale sine wave or a full scale square wave. 2.3 Media The choice of media for sample contribution will ultimately be determined by the organization holding the material (see 4 below).
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Score: 1176025.6 - https://www.itu.int/itudoc/itu...ves/rsg/lcce/rsg6/019e_ww9.doc
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“Respect for the freedom to make choices should be accorded to all persons with disabilities, no matter how much support they need,” said Theresia Degener from the Committee on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (CRPD). (...) Instead, “substituted decision-making,” where others make choices on the person’s behalf, remains common – for example under guardianship regimes or through the use of mental health laws that permit forced treatment. (...) The panel recognizes that it is not always possible to determine exactly what an individual wants, but in these cases decisions should be made on the “best interpretation of their will and preference,” rather than basing choices on what they regard as the “best interests” of the person.
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Score: 1175140.3 - https://news.un.org/en/story/2...eir-own-choices-urges-un-panel
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WHO recommends dolutegravir as preferred HIV treatment option in all populations Global Regions WHO Regional websites Africa Americas South-East Asia Europe Eastern Mediterranean Western Pacific When autocomplete results are available use up and down arrows to review and enter to select. (...) As for any medications, informed choice is important. Every treatment decision needs to be based on an informed discussion with the health provider weighing the benefits and potential risks. WHO also stresses the importance of providing information and options to help women make an informed choice. To this end WHO has convened an advisory group of women living with HIV from diverse backgrounds to advise on policy issues related to their health, including sexual and reproductive health.
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Score: 1174474.5 - https://www.who.int/news/item/...ment-option-in-all-populations
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Third Global Forum on Human Resources for Health 10-13 November, 2013 FIELD VISITS FORM · Name: · Title: Dr ___ / Mr ___ / Ms ___ / Mrs ___ · Institution: · Email: Please indicate your first 3 choices (1 = highest priority) 1. Professor Fernando Figueira Institute of Integrative Medicine (IMIP): ___ 2. (...) Please fill out the form below, listing at least 3 choices in order of your preference. Completed forms must be submitted to Ms.
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Score: 1174160.4 - https://www.who.int/workforcea.../2013/FieldVisits_Form_web.doc
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Choice Navigation   The third operational capability is that customers must be supported to identify their own solution, while minimizing the complexity of choice. The commercial world identifies this as the ‘paradox of choice’; having too many choices reduces customer value, leading them to postpone or suspend transactions or classify the seller as difficult to deal with. (...) Recently, there have been efforts to try and reduce the complexity of choice through improved CwC coordination mechanisms.
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Score: 1172057.5 - https://www.unhcr.org/innovati...ating-communities-individuals/
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