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However, some leading western jurists1 claim that there is a body of customary international law, based on firstly a regional treaty called the Montevideo Convention established in 19332 and secondly, a list of criteria that has been termed additional criteria for statehood. (...) As will be discussed below even if the Montevideo Convention criteria are still authoritative criteria in customary international law, there are contrary legal arguments that the Palestinian State does fulfill these traditional criteria under the Montevideo Convention. (...) Midgal The Palestinian People: A History, Harvard University Press (2003). 26 James Crawford, The criteria for statehood in international law Brit Yrbk.
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Score: 936594.7 - https://www.icc-cpi.int/sites/...ODANDPALESTINEFORTHEPURPOS.pdf
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In relevant negotiations within the WTO, Switzerland is working towards the goal that not only the characteristics of products but also the environmental and social impacts of their process and production methods (PPMs) are taken into account for interpreting treaties under the dispute settlement mechanism of the WTO as legitimate criteria for distinguishing between products under the current trade system if they correspond to internationally recognized standards. (...) But sustainability is promoted by granting substantial tax reductions to biofuels produced according to social and ecological minimal criteria. Producing according to recognized sustainability standards, be they voluntary or governmental (tax benefits), enables market expansion for exporters. (...) An option could be to define e.g. minimum criteria for all type of labels for biofuels and to combine them with various levels of requirements.
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Score: 927781.1 - https://www.un.org/esa/dsd/dsd...nalReports/switzerland/scp.pdf
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AATO AATO Procedures Manual 1 Association of African Aviation Training Organizations (AATO) Abuja, Nigeria 10-12 April 2013 Overview  The AATO Procedures Manual comprises of the following parts:-  Advocacy Guidelines  Communication Guidelines  Criteria for Selection of the Host Organization  Criteria and Procedures for the Designation of Aviation Training Centers of Excellence  Financial Regulations  Job Descriptions and Role Profiles  Training Policy Advocacy Guidelines  The Association shall promote the interest of its members and aviation training in Africa.  Advocacy is defined as a set of measures taken by a group of individuals, associations or organizations committed to introducing, changing or obtaining support to a policy, a program, some regulations, standpoints or specific cases. (...) Criteria and Procedures for the Designation of Aviation Training Centers of Excellence  The objective of creating CoE in any sector is always customer centric and is meant for providing unique solutions to their customers.  Designation as a Center of Excellence implies that you are recognized as a premium service provider of your product in your region. (...) Thank you for your kind attention AATO Procedures Manual Overview Advocacy Guidelines Communication Guidelines Criteria for Selection of the Host Organization Criteria and Procedures for the Designation of Aviation Training Centers of Excellence Financial Regulations Job Descriptions and Role Profiles Training Policy Slide Number 10
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Score: 927028.1 - https://www.icao.int/safety/af...AATO%20Procedures%20Manual.pdf
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Non‐ Application of LDC category • Own criteria (UNAIDS) • No resource (IAEA) Why not priority to allocation? (...) International financial institutions to  recognize and apply the category 3. Prioritize resource allocations to LDCs  (A/RES/68/224)  4. (...) Use objective and transparent criteria,  including the LDC indicators(A/RES/67/221)  6.
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Score: 922239.55 - https://www.un.org/development.../OHRLLS-event-June2017-Kim.pdf
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Assistance is often based on  the  organizations’  own  policies,  priorities  and  criteria,  which may not necessarily be related to least developed  country status.  (...) In  this  regard,  the  Committee  noted  with  appreciation  the  existence  and  use  of  the  few  specific  funding  mechanisms  and  programmes  for  least  developed  countries.  It  also  recognized  that,  although  organizations may not have specific funding mechanisms  for  least developed countries,  that does not necessarily  mean  that  organizations  do  not  assist  them.  (...) The  Committee  also  emphasized  that  United  Nations  development  system  organizations  should  use  the  least  developed  country  criteria  (gross  national  income  per  capita,  the  human  assets  index  and  the  economic vulnerability index) and their indicators as part  of  the  criteria  for  allocating  official  development  assistance.    
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Score: 920589.9 - https://www.un.org/development...ites/45/CDP-excerpt-2019-5.pdf
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For the purposes of the fulfilment, in whole or in part, of its standards or criteria for the authorization, licensing or certification of services suppliers, and subject to the requirements of paragraph 3, a Member may recognize the education or experience obtained, requirements met, or licenses or certifications granted in a particular country. (...) Where a Member accords recognition autonomously, it shall afford adequate opportunity for any other Member to demonstrate that education, experience, licenses, or certifications obtained or requirements met in that other Member's territory should be recognized. 3. A Member shall not accord recognition in a manner which would constitute a means of discrimination between countries in the application of its standards or criteria for the authorization, licensing or certification of services suppliers, or a disguised restriction on trade in services. 4. (...) Wherever appropriate, recognition should be based on multilaterally agreed criteria. In appropriate cases, Members shall work in cooperation with relevant intergovernmental and non-governmental organizations towards the establishment and adoption of common WTO ANALYTICAL INDEX GATS – Article VII (Practice) 2 international standards and criteria for recognition and common international standards for the practice of relevant services trades and professions. 1.2 General 1.2.1 Electronic commerce 1.
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Score: 919770.1 - https://www.wto.org/english/re...ons_e/ai17_e/gats_art7_oth.pdf
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Microsoft Word - Appendix 2 - Qualification Requirements and Evaluation Criteria_MPD.docx Appendix 2 Page 1 of 3 APPENDIX 2 QUALIFICATION REQUIREMENTS AND EVALUATION CRITERIA The Proposal must include information in sufficient scope and detail to allow UNIDO to consider whether your company/organization has the necessary capability, experience, knowledge, expertise, financial strength, and the required capacity to supply the goods specified satisfactorily. (...) Turnover The average annual turnover for the past 3 years should be approximately € 4.5 Mio. B. EVALUATION CRITERIA The bids will be evaluated against the following technical and commercial evaluation criteria: 1. (...) The proposal will be evaluated according to the criteria given in the below table. The offers which achieve the minimum technical score of 75 points will be considered as technically acceptable.
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Score: 919074.4 - https://www.unido.org/sites/de...d%20Evaluation%20Criteria_.pdf
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Evaluation criteria: who wins and who loses from development interventions? - IOE - ifad.org 導航 略過到內容 Evaluation criteria: who wins and who loses from development interventions? (...) The OECD DAC evaluation criteria can (a) be kept as they are; (b) be transformed, including by updating their definitions; or (c) be expanded, by adding new criteria.
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Score: 912313.5 - https://www.ifad.org/zh-TW/web...rom-development-interventions-
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Evaluation criteria: who wins and who loses from development interventions? - IOE - ifad.org Navigatie Naar content Evaluation criteria: who wins and who loses from development interventions? (...) The OECD DAC evaluation criteria can (a) be kept as they are; (b) be transformed, including by updating their definitions; or (c) be expanded, by adding new criteria.
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Score: 912313.5 - https://www.ifad.org/nl/web/io...rom-development-interventions-
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As may be seen, Peru primarily applies the principle of territoriality to attribute jurisdiction, because it is the criterion best suited to the exercise of jurisdiction in criminal law.8 Without prejudice thereto, other (complementary) criteria for the attribution of jurisdiction are also used; as was recognized by the Permanent Court of International Justice when it ruled “Though it is true that in all systems of law the principle of the territorial character of criminal law is fundamental, it is equally true that all or nearly all the systems of law extend their action to offences committed outside the territory of the State which adopts them, and they do so in ways which vary from State to State. (...) In addition, as regards the criteria for interpretation, the Fourth Final Provision provides that “Laws relating to the rights and liberties recognized by the Constitution are interpreted in accordance with the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and with international treaties and agreements on the subject ratified by Peru”. (...) However, the fact that these various criteria exist side by side can lead to disputes between States wanting to bring an accused before their courts.
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Score: 910926.8 - https://www.un.org/en/ga/sixth...Juri_StatesComments/Peru_E.pdf
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