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Negotiating credit for autonomous liberalization is based on common criteria. These criteria were developed later by the Services Council in ‘Modalities for the Treatment of Autonomous Liberalization’ ( TN/S/6 ). (...) Referring to Mode 4 , the Modalities recognize the potential benefits provided by the movement of natural persons to both sending and recipient countries. (...) These modalities provide criteria for assessing the value of autonomous liberalization and the procedures for how such liberalization could be treated in the context of the current round of services negotiations.
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Score: 892307.9 - https://www.wto.org/english/tr...p_e/serv_e/nego_mandates_e.htm
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SDG Solutions Showcase Breakfast Date: 25 September 2019 Time: 08:00- 10:00 Location: South Dining Room & Private Dining Rooms 6, 7, 8 (United Nations Headquarters) Criteria: Request invitation on the SDG Business Forum website . (...) Leadership for the SDGs: Featuring the Young SDG Pioneers Date: 25 September 2019 Time: TBD Location: UN Headquarters, SDG Media Zone Criteria: SDG current and past Pioneers. See a full list here Celebrating the work of the 2019 SDG Young Pioneers, this event will recognize a group of exceptional young people who have demonstrated ambitious and innovative work towards advancing the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). (...) Trailblazing Women Reception Date: 25 September 2019 Time: 19:00- 21:00 Location: SDG Action Zone (Rose Garden), UN Headquarters Criteria: Request an invitation here . A night of inspiration, showcasing trailblazing female executives, founders and entrepreneurs and their impact on business, planet and society.
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Score: 885439.3 - https://www.unglobalcompact.or...eaders-week-2019/full-schedule
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The acceptance of equivalent measures based on shared principles and internationally recognized criteria will be a fundamental enabler to restore air services on a global level;   supported by medical evidence and consistent with health best practices;   non-discriminatory, evidence-based, and transparent;   cost effective, proportionate and not undermining to the equal opportunity to compete;   highly visible, and communicated effectively and clearly to the aviation community as well as the general public; and   consistent with international requirements, standards, and recommended practices applicable to aviation and public health. (...) The goal is to maximize consistency and develop criteria for data reporting and the monitoring processes in support of evaluation and progression to the next stage(s). (...) Stage 2: As health authorities review the applicability of measures based on recognized medical criteria, passenger volumes will continue to increase.
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Score: 885434.2 - https://www.icao.int/covid/cart/Pages/CART-Take-off.aspx
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In dealing with the designation of foreign airlines, which of the following criteria do you accept: a) substantially (or majority) owned and effectively controlled by the designating party or its nationals (the traditional approach)? (...) Question Yes No Case by Case Note/Comment f) other criteria? (please describe) 3. In dealing with airline designations in the future, are you willing to accept criteria other than the traditional national ownership and control: a) for both yourself and the foreign partner? X See note attached. b) for the foreign partner but maintain traditional criteria for yourself? X See note attached. c) What economic regulatory conditions will you impose for such acceptance?
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Score: 884918.75 - https://www.icao.int/sustainab...shipControl/Replies/Canada.pdf
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We do not find any violation of the right to be equally considered - or even favoured for reasons of gender - in the evaluation criteria applied or in the decisions taken by UNICEF during the selection process. (...) The Panel ranked the candidates according to the total scores given for the following criteria: written examination, interview, qualifications and experience. (...) We do not find any violation of the right to be equally considered - or even favoured for reasons of gender - in the assessment criteria applied or in the decisions taken by UNICEF in this case.
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Score: 883995.7 - https://www.un.org/en/internal...at/judgments/2011-unat-112.pdf
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I. QUALITY CRITERIA 7. Discussion on the need to develop quality criteria took place at the Moscow workshop. (...) “Quality criteria for ESD Schools”3 developed by the “School Development through Environmental Education” and ENSI networks), the Expert Group agreed to develop quality criteria targeted at the policy level. 9. (...) Criteria to assess success in [the implementation of] fostering conservation, use and knowledge of indigenous people in education for sustainable development (a) Evidence shows that the role of indigenous people’s knowledge is recognized in ESD.
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Score: 883912.4 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DA....13/ece.cep.ac.13.2008.4.e.pdf
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While ICCAT has not adopted conservation and management measures particularly addressing this issue, food security and subsistence fisheries are taken into account in the adoption of measures, and are embraced in the ICCAT Criteria for the Allocation of Fishing Possibilities (through criterion 8 : The interests of artisanal, subsistence and small-scale coastal fishers and criterion 14: The contribution of the fisheries for the stocks regulated by ICCAT to the national food security/needs, domestic consumption, income resulting from exports, and employment of qualifying participants). Some exemptions have also been included in measures which prohibit the landing of certain shark and other endangered by-catch species, where such species are vital to local food supplies. This is recognized in general the Recommendation by ICCAT concerning the Conservation of Sharks caught in association with Fisheries Managed by ICCAT [Rec. 04-10]; and in particular through special recognition of food requirements through the Recommendation by ICCAT on the Conservation of Thresher Sharks Caught in Association with Fisheries in the ICCAT Convention Area [Rec. 09-07]; Recommendation by ICCAT on Hammerhead Sharks (Family Sphyrnidae) caught in Association with Fisheries Managed by ICCAT [Rec. 10-08]; and the Recommendation by ICCAT on the conservation of Silky sharks caught in Association with ICCAT Fisheries [Rec. 11-08]. The above Recommendations, Resolutions and Criteria are available on the ICCAT web site at http://iccat.int/en/RecsRegs.asp.
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Score: 882268.4 - https://www.un.org/Depts/los/g...y/contributions_2014/ICCAT.PDF
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Acquaint yourself with the selection criteria (provided below) relevant to the stage identified. 4. (...) It is also recognized as a successful practice by others. Criteria I.2: Solution is packaged for a South-South transfer: Knowledge resources and a methodology of transfer are in place, such as technological know-how, manuals, reference information, tools; transfer capacities are in place, such as experts and (to the extent possible) material/financial resources. (...) What are the important basic factors/criteria that the solution-seeker should qualify with in order to be able to effectively Describe the specific criteria that the solution-seeker should meet to successfully internalize the SSC experience.
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Score: 880676.4 - www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/grou...enericdocument/wcms_235071.pdf
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Acquaint yourself with the selection criteria (provided below) relevant to the stage identified. 4. (...) It is also recognized as a successful practice by others. Criteria I.2: Solution is packaged for a South-South transfer: Knowledge resources and a methodology of transfer are in place, such as technological know-how, manuals, reference information, tools; transfer capacities are in place, such as experts and (to the extent possible) material/financial resources. (...) What are the important basic factors/criteria that the solution-seeker should qualify with in order to be able to effectively Describe the specific criteria that the solution-seeker should meet to successfully internalize the SSC experience.
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Score: 880676.4 - https://www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/gro...enericdocument/wcms_235071.pdf
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 Resolutions and Decisions of the Council of the ITU - 2009 Edition – 63 – (2.2 – Human resources management) 2.2 Human resources management R 1106 (C-1996, last modified C-2001) Implementation of the recommendations of the Tripartite Consultative Group on Human Resources Management The Council, recalling a) Resolution 1 adopted by the Plenipotentiary Conference (Kyoto, 1994), which recognizes the need to adapt ITU’s management systems, including its systems for managing human resources; b) its Resolution 1095, adopted at its 1996 session, establishing the Tripartite Consultative Group on Human Resources Management, taking account of Resolution 51/216 (United Nations common system) adopted by the United Nations General Assembly during its 51st session in 1996, and particularly Section C.7 thereof, having considered the report of the Tripartite Consultative Group on Human Resources Management contained in Document C97/45, resolves 1 a) that a merit award scheme be implemented to reward a limited number of staff members in recognition of their outstanding performance or specific achievements in a given year; b) that the scheme shall be implemented on the basis of the criteria and procedures proposed by the Tripartite Consultative Group and described in the report thereof (Annex 2 to Document C97/45); c) that the number of staff members granted merit awards shall not exceed 5% of the total number of appointed staff members in each category, namely Professional and higher and General Service; d) that the merit award scheme be implemented for a trial period of two years; 2 a) that a personal promotion scheme be implemented in order to give staff in occupational groups with limited career opportunities the possibility of being treated on an equal footing with staff members having more frequent promotion opportunities; b) that the scheme shall be implemented on the basis of the criteria and procedures proposed by the Tripartite Consultative Group and described in the report thereof (Annex 3 to Document C97/45); c) that the number of staff members granted a personal promotion shall not exceed 5% of the total number of posts; d) that the criteria defined and implemented for the granting of personal promotions shall, after a reasonable period of application, be reconsidered and, if necessary, modified, in order to adapt them to the prevailing situation, further resolves that, in order to prepare for the next Plenipotentiary Conference, the Tripartite Consultative Group on Human Resources Management shall continue its work until the next session of the Council in 1998, including the holding of a meeting, with the same mandate as that set out in Resolution 1095 and following the same procedures,
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Score: 880655.4 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/Publ.../E/web/WebSearch/page0077.html
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