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This draft resolution, traditionally adopted by consensus by the Committee on the concluding day of the annual session, is further debated by the Special Political and Decolonization Committee later in the year (usually in October). (...) Interactive dialogue Traditionally, the Department of Global Communications arranges an interactive dialogue with Member States, led by the Under-Secretary-General for Global Communications and Head of the Department of Public Information. (...) List of speakers Any member of COI, including observers, can participate in the general debate and make a formal statement. Traditionally, each statement is limited to ten minutes.
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Score: 822941.8 - https://www.un.org/en/ga/coi/about/debate.shtml
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Various forms of land rights 1.1 Indigenous peoples’ rights to forested areas traditionally used by them are of course not conceptually different from indigenous land rights in general. (...) Also European countries with indigenous populations accept in principle that these hold property rights to lands traditionally used, and the same basic position is taken in Oceania. (...) Unlike aboriginal title, aboriginal rights apply only to the particular land use that has traditionally occurred. For instance, if the community assert rights to a forest because of having traditionally hunted there, if successful, it is awarded a right to use the forest solely for hunting purposes.
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Score: 800154.7 - https://www.un.org/esa/socdev/...ii/documents/EGM_IPF_Ahren.doc
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Framework to view Net governance: below / above Infrastructure – names, numbers, protocols and root servers make network work (traditionally managed by technical community) Superstructure – usage and content atop the Net (traditionally regulated by governments). 5.
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Score: 791552.83 - https://www.itu.int/osg/spu/fo...utions/cukier-presentation.pdf
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Search Close Search UNICEF Fulltext search Max Page How youths define themselves varies according to their local contexts In many cases, values and institutions that traditionally influence the youth’s code of conduct are losing their influence How youths define themselves varies according to their local contexts. But in many cases, values and institutions that traditionally influence the youth’s code of conduct are losing their influence. (...) But in many cases, values and institutions that traditionally influence the youth’s code of conduct are losing their influence.
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Score: 772186.8 - https://www.unicef.org/niger/h...according-their-local-contexts
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Microsoft Word - 3.2.4_Abstract.doc UNIFIED LICENSING REGIME IN INDIA BY RAJENDRA SINGH ADVIOSR (MOBILE NETWORK) TELECOM REGULATORY AUTHORITY OF INDIA Traditionally telecom regulation has provided separate licensing Regimes for different services, e.g., fixed line, mobile, Internet, long distance telephony, etc. With the evolution of technology and market applications, most significantly the developments in Internet and mobile technologies, the distinctions traditionally applied among services are blurring and the same technology can now be used to offer more than one type of service.
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Score: 765917.3 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-D/tech...0Bios%20pdf/3-2-4_Abstract.pdf
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Microsoft Word - 3.2.4_Abstract.doc UNIFIED LICENSING REGIME IN INDIA BY RAJENDRA SINGH ADVIOSR (MOBILE NETWORK) TELECOM REGULATORY AUTHORITY OF INDIA Traditionally telecom regulation has provided separate licensing Regimes for different services, e.g., fixed line, mobile, Internet, long distance telephony, etc. With the evolution of technology and market applications, most significantly the developments in Internet and mobile technologies, the distinctions traditionally applied among services are blurring and the same technology can now be used to offer more than one type of service.
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Score: 765917.3 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-T/work...nreg_0504_sapna_sharma_abs.pdf
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4 Committed to Connecting the World Implications for SMP designation  Competition effects are complex – move away from formulaic criteria and towards a fuller assessment of market power  Growing demand requires investment  Parsimonious use of wholesale obligations to preserve investment incentives  Acknowledge that competition can be fierce where excess capacity exists  Vertical arrangements and bundling may matter  Source of market power might be outside of the markets that are traditionally regulated  Complication arises because bundling can have strong efficiency benefits and discourage competition even where it does 5 Committed to Connecting the World Implications for regulatory policy  Promoting investment is important – perhaps more so than in the past…  On a greater scale  In the face of more uncertain demand, and co-ordination issues  Services not traditionally covered by regulation may matter  Expanding the remit of regulators  Closer co-operation between NRAs and NCAs  Regulatory obligations need to become more competition-policy like  One size does not fit all 6
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Score: 761805.27 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-D/treg...ments/Session_8_Kobolt_SMP.pdf
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Themes Festivals Documentary Heritage Intangible Cultural Heritage Languages and Endangered Languages Movable Heritage and Artefacts Traditional Craftsmanship Underwater Heritage World Cultural Heritage World Natural Heritage, Biosphere Reserves and Geoparks In Action Cities Institutions Museums Publications Knowledge Bank Countries Silk Roads Photo Contest UnescoLogo_AI Building peace in the minds of men and women Search English English Français Русский العربية 中文 Español Xoan singing of Phú Thọ Province, Viet Nam © Vietnamese Institute for Musicology Xoan singing is practised in Phú Thọ Province, Viet Nam, in the first two months of the lunar year. Traditionally, singers from Xoan guilds performed songs in sacred spaces such as temples, shrines and communal houses for the spring festivals. (...) Knowledge, customs and techniques for singing, dancing and playing drum and clappers are traditionally transmitted orally by the guild leader.
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Score: 753712.26 - https://en.unesco.org/silkroad...ging-phu-tho-province-viet-nam
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The mode of transport used in a given situation is influenced by, among other things: the product type and value, the location of the market, food safety requirements and other standards to be met, and the prevailing socio-economic conditions and transport infrastructure and services available. Traditionally processed fish products are carried in baskets as head loads or on bicycles across national borders, while frozen blue fin tuna is flown by chartered air craft. Although there is a diverse range of transport scenarios, key causes of food loss and waste (FLW) include: delays due to mechanical breakdown poor weather conditions causing quality deterioration lack of ice or lack of cold chain during transport physical damage due to poor handling and rough transport, such as poor road conditions accidents (e.g. boat capsize) rain soaking traditionally processed products inadequate water quality or oxygen levels during live fish transport Loss Scenarios Live Fish & Shellfish Transport Live fish transport is used to transfer aquaculture products, high value fin-fish from wild capture fisheries, crustaceans and molluscs from production holding facility to retailer or restaurant.   
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Score: 753712.26 - https://www.fao.org/flw-in-fis...ains/value-chain/transport/en/
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‘The distinction between “them” and “us” that has traditionally defi ned our way of thinking about imports and exports is increasingly outmoded. Products are no longer “made in Japan”, or “made in France”; they are truly “made in the world”.’ at has traditionally defi ned our way of thinking about imports er “made in Japan”, or “made in France”; they The distinction between them and us tha and exports is increasingly outmoded. (...) ‘The distinction between “them” and “us” that has traditionally defi ned our way of thinking about imports and exports is increasingly outmoded.
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Score: 752737.8 - https://www.wto.org/english/re...epat_globvalchains_flyer_e.pdf
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