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Actions to tackle soil pollution 13.1 Introduction to soil pollution remediation 13.2 Immediate risk reduction measures 13.3 Remediation 13.4 Technologies for remediating polluted soils 13.5 Management and adaptation strategies to soil pollution 13.6 Conclusion 13.7 References Chapter 14.  (...) Among the technical limitations in characterizing and remediating soil pollution, the most crucial factor is the availability of sufficient funds and the willingness to up-scale successful laboratory trials and pilots into full-scale remediation of contaminated soils. In many case such remediation could be undertaken using local expertise, technology and infrastructure.
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Score: 756338.67 - https://www.fao.org/3/cb4894en...ine/src/html/chapter-10-8.html
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She maintains that the only remedies to which she is obligated to resort to are judicial remedies. (...) That the author considers the remedy to be ineffective is immaterial to the issue of exhaustion of domestic remedies and reflects only the personal view of the author’s lawyer. (...) The domestic remedies rule should guara ntee that States parties have an opportunity to remedy a violation of any of the rights set forth under the Convention through their legal systems before the Committee considers the violation.
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Score: 756117.3 - https://www.un.org/womenwatch/...col/decisions-views/8_2005.pdf
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ILO Brief: Access to protection and remedy for human trafficking victims for the purpose of labour exploitation 1 Research Brief April 2021 Access to protection and remedy for human trafficking victims for the purpose of labour exploitation The role of labour inspectors in Belgium and the Netherlands Labour inspectors play an important role in providing access to support and remedy for human trafficking victims. (...) Q: How could labour inspectors’ role in providing access to remedy for(potential) victims be further strengthened? (...) Q: How could labour inspectors’ role in providing access to remedy for(potential) victims be further strengthened?
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Score: 756107.23 - https://www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/gro...ts/publication/wcms_783908.pdf
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Microsoft Word - copy2enforcement_lawaccepted l:\restricted\accessions gateway data\completed article xii accessions\omn -oman - 19 may 2015 - for sonia to use\8 - leg\omn25add7\copy2enforcement_lawaccepted.doc May 2000 DRAFT LAW ON THE ENFORCEMENT OF INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS INCLUDING BORDER MEASURES FOR THE SULTANATE OF OMAN prepared by the Secretariat of WIPO page 2 DRAFT LAW ON THE ENFORCEMENT OF INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS INCLUDING BORDER MEASURES FOR THE SULTANATE OF OMAN Table of contents Part I: Infringement Proceedings Chapter 1: Infringement Article 1: Infringement of Patents; Remedies Article 2: Infringement of Trademarks and Trade Secrets; Unlawful Acts; Remedies Article 3: Infringement of Industrial Designs; Remedies Article 4: Unlawful Use of Geographical Indications; Remedies Article 5 Infringement of Layout-Designs; Remedies Article 6: Infringement of Copyright and Related Rights; Remedies Chapter 2: General Principles of Procedures Article 7: General Principles; Fair and Equitable Procedures Chapter 3: Provisional Measures Article 8: Provisional Measures Chapter 3: Evidence, Burden of Proof Article 9: Evidence; Reversal of Burden of Proof Chapter 4: Damages, Other Remedies Article 10: Damages Article 11: Other Remedies Article 12: Information to Right Holder Article 13: Indemnification of Defendant Article 14: Appeals Article 15: Further Sanctions page 3 Part II: Border Measures Article 16: Definitions Chapter 1: Border Measures by the Customs Department Article 17: Suspension on Own Initiative or on Request; Invitation to File Application Article 18: Notification of Importer and Right Holder Article 19: Inspection and Examination of Goods Article 20: Information to Right Holder; Release of Goods Article 21: Liability of Customs Department Article 22: Assistance by Right Holder Chapter 2: Border Measures by Court Order Article 23: Availability of Border Measures Article 24: Application for Suspension Article 25: Request; Prima Facie Evidence Article 26: Content of Application Article 27: Security Article 28: Release of Goods and Security Therefor Article 29: Procedure Article 30: Execution of Court Order Article 31: Compensation for Wrongful Detention Chapter 3: Proceedings Leading to Decision on the Merits of the Case Article 32: Time Limit; Release of Goods Article 33: Review of Decision Article 34: Destruction of Goods Article 35 : Other Measures Depriving of Commercial Benefits Chapter 4: General Provisions Article 36 : De Minimis Imports Article 37 : Parallel Importation Article 38 By-laws; Administrative Instructions Article 39: Appeal Against Decisions by Customs Article 40 : Appeals Against Court Decisions page 4 DRAFT LAW ON THE ENFORCEMENT OF INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS INCLUDING BORDER MEASURES FOR THE SULTANATE OF OMAN Part I: Infringement Proceedings Chapter 1: Infringement Infringement of Patents; 1.(1) Subject to Articles 12(3), 16, 19 and 20 of Remedies Law No. …/2000 on the Protection of Patents, an infringement of a patent shall consist of the performance of any act referred to in Article 12 of Law No. …/2000 on the Protection of Patents in Oman by a person other than the owner of the patent and without the agreement of the latter. (2) The owner of the patent, or a licensee if he has requested the owner to institute court proceedings for a specific relief and the owner has refused or failed to do so, is entitled, unless the patented product or product incorporating the patented device has been put on the market with the consent of the owner of the patent, (i) to an injunction to prevent infringement or an imminent infringement, (ii) where the infringer acted knowingly or with reasonable grounds to know, to damages, and (iii) to any other remedy provided for in the general law and under Chapter 5 of this Part. (3) Requests for remedies under sub-article )2 ) shall be filed with the […] Court. (...) An infringement of a copyright or related right shall and Related Right; Remedies consist of any act that violates any right protected under the Copyright Act. Comment: Provisions on remedies for infringement of copyright and related rights are contained in the Copyright Law.
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Score: 753641.9 - https://www.wto.org/english/th...e/omn_e/WTACCOMN25A7_LEG_1.pdf
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Solution Sought • International legal regime with uniform rules to increase predictability & certainty & reduce risks in aviation asset-based financing & leasing 5 Cape Town Convention & Aircraft Protocol • Convention & Aircraft Protocol are to be read & interpreted together as a single instrument • Together establish rules ─  that enable creation of an international interest in an aircraft object (airframes, aircraft engines & helicopters)  for determining priority between competing interests  that enable creation & operation of an International Registry (transparency & effectiveness against 3rd parties)  for quick & effective default remedies (enforcement measures), including speedy relief pending final determination of creditor’s claim & effectiveness in insolvency proceedings  for declarations for States (mandatory, opt-in & opt-out) • More secure protection for creditors • Good for lenders/lessors • More financing available to acquire at lower cost • Good for airlines/State • Increased sales by manufacturer • More jobs/export 6 Cape Town Convention & Aircraft Protocol Default Remedies (Enforcement Measures) •Parties may agree on what constitutes default •Contractually agreed remedies for creditor include:  Take possession  Sell or grant a lease  Collect or receive income  Vesting of object in satisfaction (strict foreclosure)  Termination of agreement •Protocol enhances creditor remedies on:  Deregistration of aircraft  Export & physical transfer of aircraft •Speedy relief pending final determination of creditor’s claim IDERA Debtor Safeguards •Debtors honouring obligations to be given quiet possession against creditors •Remedies to be exercised in commercially reasonable fashion •Debtor against whom interim relief is given protection if creditor’s claim is ultimately unsuccessful 7 Cape Town Convention & Aircraft Protocol Insolvency Rules •International interest effective in insolvency if registered •Contracting State may opt into more effective insolvency provisions in Protocol •Choice of 2 options:  Alternative A  Alternative B otherwise national law applies Alternative A  Contracting State specifies a waiting period in a declaration &  Debtor, or insolvency administrator, must either  give possession to creditor within waiting period or  within that period cure all defaults & agree to perform all future obligations Alternative B  Debtor, or insolvency administrator, is required either  upon creditor’s request & within waiting period, state whether it will cure all defaults & agree to perform all future obligations, or  give creditor opportunity of taking possession.  If not, the court may allow creditor to take possession 8 Ratification • ICAO LEB Administrative Package • Ratification Steps/Process • Deposit ratification/accession instrument with UNIDROIT as depositary • Accompanying Declarations – Mandatory, Opt-in &/or Opt-out • Implementing legislation to ensure force of law & priority over conflicting laws • Effective date : date when Convention & Aircraft Protocol enters into force for ratifying/acceding State • Compliance - Application in accordance with treaty terms 9 Ratification - Declarations • OECD ASU Qualifying Declarations / Key Economic Declarations 1. (...) Method of exercising remedies: non-judicial remedies – Convention, Art. 54(2) and/or judicial timetables – Prot, Art. X (with up to 10 calendar days for conserving remedies (Conv, Art. 13(a)-(c)) and up to 30 calendar days for disposition remedies (Conv, Art. 13(d)-(e)) 3.
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Score: 752352.73 - https://www.icao.int/Meetings/...0Protocol%202001%20(final).pdf
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Twitter YouTube Facebook LinkedIn Flickr Instagram RSS feeds ILO home About the ILO Mission and impact Impact and people Back to school: Remedial classes for working children begin in ... Our impact, their voices Back to school: Remedial classes for working children begin in Kyrgyzstan Three formal remedial classes for children with breaks in their education, school drop-outs and child labourers have started at the secondary school No. 94 in Kyrgyzstan’s capital Bishkek. (...) What we are seeing now is a start of a nationwide process.” The launch of the remedial classes was preceded by three years of intense preparations.
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Score: 752352.73 - https://www.ilo.org/global/abo...WCMS_531727/lang--en/index.htm
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There is an urgent need for monitoring and independent review mechanisms that inform remedial actions for all stakeholders in order to achieve results for women’s and children’s health. (...) Purpose of the review The Review examines accountability mechanisms encompassing: monitoring; review (which may be independent or non-independent); and remedy or action (e.g. recommendations that specific policies and programmes be revised). (...) A new independent review body is needed urgently that: considers an agreed core set of quantitative and qualitative data from all stakeholders; commends good practices; signals where there is room for improvement; and makes constructive, practical, remedial recommendations. Remedy or action : The review body’s observations and recommendations should then be considered by a body or bodies representing the different stakeholders, so they can take the required remedial actions.
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Score: 751328.12 - https://www.who.int/pmnch/medi.../accountability-mechanisms/en/
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Workshop on Standardization in E-Health Français   Español   Print Version   Home : ITU-T Home : Workshops and Seminars Workshop on Standardization in E-Health Geneva, 23-25 May 2003 Abstract REMEDY a collaborative European Northern Periphery Programme Telemedicine Project Sweden, Scotland, Finland Short Abstract REMEDY (Remote Telematic Solutions for patient diagnoses and training of health care professionals in sparsely populated areas). The main aim of REMEDY is to develop a European standard for education and skills training of nursing staff including the importance of the ethical aspects of the staff’s professional stance and way of dealing with patients in patient- oriented work within the Care Services that also offers the possibility for certification at different levels. Abstract REMEDY is a collaborative European Northern Periphery Programme Project.
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Score: 749490.77 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-T/work...ealth/abstracts/abs-s1-04.html
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Furthermore, in accordance with paragraph 21 of the annex to decision I/7, the Committee “should at all relevant stages take into account any available domestic remedy unless the application of the remedy is unreasonably prolonged or obviously does not provide an effective and sufficient means of redress”. The Committee’s view is that this provision does not imply any strict requirement that all domestic remedies must be exhausted, i.e., the Committee would not be precluded from considering a case even where the application of the remedy was not unreasonably prolonged. On the other hand, the failure by a communicant to make use of available domestic remedies might be grounds for the Committee to determine that the matter should be pursued at the level of domestic procedures rather than (for the time being) through the compliance mechanism.
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Score: 745855.9 - https://unece.org/DAM/env/pp/c...nadmissibilityC105_Hungary.pdf
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Initiations of trade remedy investigations in the review period represented 44 per cent of all trade measures taken, with initiations of anti- dumping investigations accounting for around 85 per cent of trade remedy initiations of investigations. WTO members have consistently initiated a significantly higher number of new trade remedy investigations compared with terminations of trade remedy actions. (...) The main sectors affected by trade remedy initiations during the review period were: wood and articles of wood; vehicles; and furniture, bedding material, lamps.
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Score: 745036.04 - https://www.wto.org/english/re...wts2017_e/WTO_Chapter_07_e.pdf
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