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ZARATE GIRALDO Colombia DIRECTORA  ADMINISTRATIVA CORPORACION  EDUCATIVA  INDOAMERICANA HERNANDO MURCIA Colombia DIRECTOR  GERENTE CORPORACION  EDUCATIVA  INDOAMERICANA SHIRLEY ZARATE Colombia DIRECTORA  ADMINISTRATIVA CORPORACION  EDUCATINA  INDOAMERICANA JOSELYN ZÁRATE   GIRALDO Colombia DIRECTOR  DE  GESTIÓN  CALIDAD  Y  EDUCACIÓN   CONTINUADA CORPORACIÓN  EDUCATIVA  INDOAMERICANA juan  Cesar Thomas  Burgos Dominican   Republic Director Academia  Superior  de  Ciencias  Aeronauticas Armando Jordi  Viera Dominican   Republic Continuing  Education  Chair Academia  Superior  de  Ciencias  Aeronauticas Juan Thomas  Burgos Dominican   Republic ASCA  Director Academia  Superior  de  Ciencias  Aeronáuticas,  ASCA Armando Jordi  Viera Dominican   Republic Trainair  Plus  Expert Academia  Superior  de  Ciencias  Aeronauticas  (ASCA) noemi   Lara   Ecuador DAC lLdia Boada Ecuador DAC Ashraf Harb Egypt Aviation  Safety  Inspector Cairo  Airport  Company sameh shalash Egypt Manager;  Development  and  course  improvement EGYPTAIR  TRAINING  CENTER mohamed elbeltagy Egypt chief  of  licenses  central  administration ECAA Raouf Abdalla Egypt air  traffic  controller national  air  navigation  services  company Haitham Mekky Egypt Deborah   Hinton Fiji Director  of  Training Advance  Aviation  Training  (Fiji)   Wayne Hinton Fiji Chief  Flying  Instructor   Advance  Aviation  Training  (Fiji)  Ltd Michael Kalbow France Head  of  Maintenance  Training Airbus SABOURIN JACQUES France President-­‐CEO C2FPA R.   (...) Hossein Montazerifar Iran,  Islamic   Republic  of Teaining  Complex  Director Iran  Helicopter  Company Hamidreza Pishevar Iran,  Islamic   Republic  of Managing  Director BTP Ismael   Faraji Iran,  Islamic   Republic  of TRAINAIR@Q.M.S  Manager Civil  Aviation  Technology  College Mohammad   Reza   Abdorrahimi Iran,  Islamic   Republic  of Acting  College  Dean Civil  Aviation  Technology  College keyhan   Ebrahim  Kelary   Iran,  Islamic   Republic  of Training  Expert Iran  Helicopter  Co. (...) Dr.Watana Manon Thailand Vice  President  of  Academic  Affairs Civil  Aviation  Training  Center,  Thailand Sirma SOZEREN Turkey Customer  Relations  Supervisor Turkish  Airlines Sahin Karasar Turkey Director Turkish  Airlines Moses Magoola   Kakaire Uganda Director  of  policy  and  Planning Uganda  Peoples'  Defence  Air  Forces KAGORO T  JOHN Uganda DIRECTOR  AIRPORTS&AVIATION  SECURITY Civil  Aviattion  Authority  Uganda Muneeza Samuel Uganda DIRECTOR  SAFETY,  SECURITY&  ECONOMIC   REGULATION Civil  Aviattion  Authority  Uganda Bamwesigye K  Fred Uganda Director  Human  Resource  &  Administration Civil  Aviattion  Authority  Uganda Chris CARMODY United  Arab   Emirates ATSI Global  Aerospace  Logistics,  LLC Mr  Abdel  Qader Abu  Salim United  Arab   Emirates Training  Specialist Abu  Dhabi  Airports  Company  (ADAC) Mr  Khalid Al  Breiki United  Arab   Emirates Deputy  General  Manager  -­‐  GCAS Abu  Dhabi  Airports  Company  (ADAC) Mr  Sultan Al  Mansoori United  Arab   Emirates Head  of  Recruitment,  Emiratization  and  Talent   Management Abu  Dhabi  Airports  Company  (ADAC) Dr  Othman Al  Khoori United  Arab   Emirates VP  HR  and  Admininistration,  GM  GCAS Abu  Dhabi  Airports  Company  (ADAC) Abdel-­‐Qader Abu-­‐Salim United  Arab   Emirates Technical  Programs  Manager Gulf  Centre  for  Aviation  Studies  /  ADAC Garry Jackson United   Kingdom Training  &  Simulation  Director NATS Mark Reeves United  States Regional  Director U.S.  
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Score: 933627.3 - https://www.icao.int/safety/Tr...TPGS%20Participants%20List.pdf
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This was the reason he did not mention the particular branch of his family business Infogenie to his superiors ‘specifically by name.’ Case No. (...) His relationship with the Internet café Infogenie was well known to his superiors and they had raised no objections to it, so that at the very least it was tacitly authorized and approved; c. (...) His interaction with his superiors had merely taken the form of a spate of questions about his activities.
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Score: 933097 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2012-158.pdf
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INSOLVENCY LAW : DEVELOPMENTS IN INSOLVENCY LAW: ADOPTION OF THE UNCITRAL MODEL LAW ON CROSS-BORDER INSOLVENCY; USE OF CROSS-BORDER PROTOCOLS AND COURT-TO-COURT COMMUNICATION GUIDELINES; AND CASE LAW ON INTERPRETATION OF “CENTRE OF MAIN INTERESTS” AND “ESTABLISHMENT” IN THE EUROPEAN UNION : NOTE BY THE SECRETARIAT
The Supreme Court of British Columbia, Canada and the Commercial Division of the Ontario Superior Court of Justice, Canada, have adopted the Guidelines (as has the Commercial List Users’ Committee of the Ontario Superior Court of Justice). (...) The case concerned a company registered in the United States. The court held that the company’s COMI was in the United Kingdom, as this was where the company was administered, so that the ECR applied to the insolvency. (...) Arguments made by counsel for Parmalat included that the company was a wholly-owned subsidiary, solely formed to provide finance for other members of the corporate group; company policy was decided in Italy; and the company had no employees in Ireland.
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Score: 931929.4 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce.../get?open&DS=A/CN.9/580&Lang=E
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As a next step, he would like to have his own production company, dealing with events, advertisement and news coverage. (...) Of this, I am sure”. Soufien Rajhi, Superior Technician in Biotechnology (Tunisia) Blood is a life source so when Soufien stated that in his Tunisian region, there was no blood analysis laboratory, he realised the importance of the situation. (...) Despite his young age, he has big aspirations to grow his family’s traditional inlay furniture business in to a global export company. Although Usman wanted to keep in line with the family inlay business, his main interest was to start his own wooden handicrafts business which would export its products overseas. http://www.life-europe.info/news-events/hp-life-students-stories/172-soufien-rajhi-superior-technicien-in-biotechnology.html Usman’s display of entrepreneurial skill and confidence was first demonstrated at Dhriiti, one of HP LIFE’s twelve training centers in India.
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Score: 929812.7 - https://www.unido.org/sites/de...cess_stories_LIFE_092011_0.pdf
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Proposals for the European Commission ..................................................... 212 References............................................................................................................ 217 Annexes................................................................................................................ 226 COMMENTS ON THE SPANISH STUDY ....................................................................... 229 i FOREWORD "Unwanted conduct of a sexual nature, or other conduct based on sex affecting the dignity of women and men at work, including the conduct of superiors and colleagues, is unacceptable". This assertion was made in the 1991 Commission Recommendation on the protection of the dignity of women and men at work. (...) Perpetrators of sexual harassment are mostly colleagues or superiors. Far behind, are patients or clients and finally subordinates. 6. (...) In southern countries researchers have underlined the lack of visibility of the problem in most companies as well as the reluctance to put in place an information policy on the issue.
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Score: 929593.6 - https://www.un.org/womenwatch/osagi/pdf/shworkpl.pdf
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IT -05-_ 3 3 March 2005 enemy and for the best use of the Military Police Company; and overseeing the activities of the Zvornik Brigade Military Police Company. (...) Such criminal responsibility is the responsibility of a superior for the acts of his subordinate if he knew or had reason to know that his subordinate was about to commit such acts or had done so and the superior failed to take the necessary and reasonable measures to prevent such acts or to punish the perpetrators thereof. 22. (...) In such circumstances, the position of Chief of StafflDeputy Commander is a position of superior responsibility within the meaning of Article 7(3) of the Tribunal Statute and, in addition, a person holding this position may be criminally liable under Article 7(1) of the Tribunal Statute.
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Score: 928928.3 - https://www.icty.org/x/cases/t...Trbic_050210eng_indictment.pdf
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IT -05-_ 3 3 March 2005 enemy and for the best use of the Military Police Company; and overseeing the activities of the Zvornik Brigade Military Police Company. (...) Such criminal responsibility is the responsibility of a superior for the acts of his subordinate if he knew or had reason to know that his subordinate was about to commit such acts or had done so and the superior failed to take the necessary and reasonable measures to prevent such acts or to punish the perpetrators thereof. 22. (...) In such circumstances, the position of Chief of StafflDeputy Commander is a position of superior responsibility within the meaning of Article 7(3) of the Tribunal Statute and, in addition, a person holding this position may be criminally liable under Article 7(1) of the Tribunal Statute.
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Score: 928928.3 - https://www.icty.org/x/cases/t...Trbic_050303eng_indictment.pdf
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In his position as commander of the First Company and the 4th Military Police Battalion, PASKO LJUBICIC was obligated to implement the decisions and carry out the orders of superior commanders. (...) PASKO LJUBICIC is criminally responsible as a superior for the acts of his subordinates, pursuant to Article 7 (3) of the Statute of the Tribunal. This criminal responsibility involves the responsibility of a superior officer for the acts of his subordinate if the superior knew or had reason to know that his subordinate was about to commit such acts or had done so and the superior failed to take necessary and reasonable measures to prevent such further acts or to punish the perpetrators thereof.
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Score: 927252.3 - https://www.icty.org/x/cases/l...cic/ind/en/lju-cai020802-e.htm
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LETTER DATED 78/10/13 FROM THE PERMANENT REPRESENTATIVE OF INDIA TO THE UNITED NATIONS ADDRESSED TO THE PRESIDENT OF THE SECURITY COUNCIL
Francis discussed the matter with his immediate superior Mr. de Liefde and thought that he had effectively wmmunicated an understanding of the problem. (...) Sandford informed his irmnediate superior Mr. Robertson what he had learned in South Africa and of the concern that he felt about it, but Mr. (...) It was not appreci.ated by Mr. Francis' superiors in Shell that such deliveries had been made at all: Mr.
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Score: 927208.3 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...nsf/get?open&DS=S/12894&Lang=E
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Some debunking initiatives are actively set up for electoral periods, such as the website led by the Brazil Superior Electoral Court in the run-up to the 2018 general elections. (...) Governments and international organisations - Work with internet companies to ensure the responses that they initiate are transparent, measurable, and implemented on a truly global scale. Internet companies - Collaborate on improving their ability to detect and curtail election disinformation, as cross- platform methods of manipulation are often practiced during elections.
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Score: 923083.6 - https://en.unesco.org/sites/de...es/balanceact_electoral_en.pdf
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