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Article 18 – Liberty of movement and nationality | United Nations Enable Skip to Content Welcome to the United Nations Toggle navigation English Department of Economic and Social Affairs Disability Search UN DESA Home About Us *COVID-19 CRPD COSP SDGs International Day Issues Resources Multimedia News Calendar Contact Us Home About Us *COVID-19 CRPD COSP SDGs International Day Issues Resources Multimedia News Calendar Contact Us Home Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (CRPD) Article 18 – Liberty of movement and nationality Article 18 – Liberty of movement and nationality  1. States Parties shall recognize the rights of persons with disabilities to liberty of movement, to freedom to choose their residence and to a nationality, on an equal basis with others, including by ensuring that persons with disabilities: a) Have the right to acquire and change a nationality and are not deprived of their nationality arbitrarily or on the basis of disability; b) Are not deprived, on the basis of disability, of their ability to obtain, possess and utilize documentation of their nationality or other documentation of identification, or to utilize relevant processes such as immigration proceedings, that may be needed to facilitate exercise of the right to liberty of movement; c) Are free to leave any country, including their own; d) Are not deprived, arbitrarily or on the basis of disability, of the right to enter their own country. 2. (...) Next: Article 19 – Living independently and being included in the community List of Articles   The CRPD CRPD Homepage Conference of States Parties to the CRPD Committee on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities Ratifications and Signatures of the CRPD and Optional Protocol Map of Signatures and Ratifications Status of Ratification Interactive Dashboard Monitoring of Implementation Civil Society Convention in Brief Timeline of Convention Events Frequently Asked Questions on the Convention Negotiation Archives   Issues Accessibility Data and Statistics Inequality Mental Health and Development Poverty Natural Disasters Urban Development Women and Girls More Issues Resources General Assembly Economic and Social Council Commission for Social Development Inter-Agency Support Group for the CRPD Sustainable Development Goals International Day of Persons with Disabilities UN Voluntary Fund on Disability Quick links International Day of Persons with Disabilities (IDPD) Disability & the SDGs Disability & urban development Monitoring & Evaluation Disability-inclusive humanitarian action Toolkit on Disability for Africa ISSUES IN FOCUS News UN Enable Newsletter UNSDN News on Disability DESA News DSPD News ECOSOC News UN News Centre Social Media Facebook Twitter YouTube   United Nations Copyright Fraud Alert Privacy Notice Site Index Terms of Use
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Score: 761467.6 - https://www.un.org/development...-movement-and-nationality.html
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Such experts could be persons currently or previously associated with other tax administrations and possessing the requisite experience in this field. In essence, it would largely be the personal experience of these experts that would be significant. (...) These procedures should, however, be utilized with due regard to issues such as the timing and duration of the procedures, the mechanism and criteria for selection of the mediator or other such appointed person and, the treatment of confidential information.
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Score: 756067.87 - https://www.un.org/esa/ffd/wp-...5/14STM_CRP14-Annex-3_NBDR.pdf
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When we look at Japan, we could give the development of mobile broadband and personalization which was brought by it as characteristics. In Japan, we have advanced measures for securing ICT utilization corresponding with the changes in the ICT environment. (...) Especially, ensuring security and protecting privacy have become more important with the increase of personal access brought by the development of mobile and social media as well as utilization and application of cloud computing and big data.
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Score: 752415.9 - https://www.itu.int/net/wsis/i....Masahiro.Yoshizaki_Japan.docx
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Problems and Solutions in Conducting ICT Statistical Surveys 5. Utilization of Survey Results 6. Survey Example – Communications Usage Trend Survey – 2 1. (...) Cities with over 100,000 persons Total Area Others Nationwide Division Coverage Government designated cities and prefectural capitals Total Area Spread of FTTH services 7 2. (...) In principle, the authorization of the ministry responsible for statistics is necessary for an administrative organization to conduct a statistical survey. (3) Utilize surveys conducted by private institutions 12 4.
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Score: 750769.78 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-D/ict/...Mr.OKABE(JAPAN)Final%20ver.pdf
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In 2012, the IBNET tools (International Benchmarking Network for Water and Sanitation Utilities) were adopted and tested with 150 selected utilities. (...) The data collection formats are expected to be completed by the town water utilities and to be submitted to a focal person at the regional water bureau. (...) For many utilities, monitoring might reveal the absence of good data management at utility level and thus highlight the need to professionalize the management of the water utility as well as the management of utility data.
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Score: 748123.34 - https://www.unicef.org/ethiopi...0Utilities%20in%20Ethiopia.pdf
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In addition, in order to enhance international competitiveness, it is of increasing necessity to strategically utilize persons of a variety of nationalities, for example in appointments and training of people from neighboring countries in overseas operations, or the acceptance of trainees to the home country headquarters from overseas offices. (...) In addition, due to the fact that the time frame for acceptance is unclear, a company cannot effectively utilize its human resources. 3 Opaque, arbitrary and discriminatory practices in procedures to issue visas and work permits: There are cases where it is unclear what documents are required for the application process and what are standard documents, due to differences from person to person in the visa-issuing authority. (...) In addition, in the case of the introduction of the Model Schedule, we expect that the “intra-corporate movements for training and skills development purposes” will be incorporated into the “temporary movement of natural persons” and that each country will promote their utilization of this definition.
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Score: 745569.34 - https://www.wto.org/english/fo...e/ngo_e/nippon_keidanren_e.doc
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Vincent & the Antilles Grenadines Suriname .Trinidad & Tobago Caribbean Interest on Ageing Int’l Conference on Population &Development Madrid Int’l Plan of Action on Ageing (2002) Regional Strategy for Implementation (2003) Caribbean Symposium on Ageing (2004) Impact of Ageing on the Caribbean Disparities in demographic transition Improved general health and living conditions Socio-economic challenges Opportunities for investments in social protection plans and pension schemes for working age population Older Persons and Development (Challenges) Need for intergenerational links with CBOs, FBOs and cultural groups to national bodies and institutions Elders under-utilized as guides & resource-persons in formal/informal settings Protection of human rights of elders and the creation of conditions for economic and social security Older Persons and Development (Challenges) Need for opportunities to gain income and secure social protection Inequities in pensions and social welfare schemes due to gender and former employment status Women as de facto caregivers are disadvantaged in access to formal labor Older Persons and Development (Opportunities) Provide framework for “society for all ages” through collaboration of key stakeholders Enhance the role of the elderly as social & cultural mentors involving the young and old Create sustainable employment opportunities for older persons to secure incomes Older Persons and Development (Opportunities) Establish non-contributory pension schemes indexed to cost-of-living for informal sector Overcome bureaucratic hurdles to make pensions more accessible to those who are entitled Increase allocations in the national budget to programmes supporting the elderly Advancing Health and Well- Being (Challenges) Impact of chronic non-communicable diseases & demand for long-term care More training on ageing and geriatrics for healthcare providers & family members Impact of migration of trained healthcare professionals on care for the elderly Advancing Health and Well- Being (Challenges) Need to enhance community care & outreach to rural and outlying areas More affordable & accessible healthcare and medication for chronic diseases required Prevalence of HIV/AIDS among older persons on the rise Advancing Health and Well- Being (Opportunities) Promote healthy lifestyles at all levels of society through schools & radio/TV networks Enhance training in geriatric care for family members, care providers & healthcare workers Regulatory framework by Governments to ensure quality standards of care for elderly are provided in public/private care facilities Advancing Health and Well- Being (Opportunities) Promote the inclusion of HIV/AIDS prevention & treatment into healthcare programmes Improve working conditions, benefits packages & career perspectives for healthcare providers to stem migration Advancing Health and Well- Being (Opportunities) Strengthen community healthcare services and/or utilize available mobile care facilities to facilitate elderly in remote areas Identify mechanisms to ensure equal access to healthcare services including special treatments/medications to poor & vulnerable older persons Enabling and Supportive Environments (Challenges) Prevention of discrimination and elder abuse in physical, psychological & cultural terms Grandparents burdened with additional family responsibilities due to migration Inclusion of the elderly in disaster preparedness and mitigation plans Enabling and Supportive Environments (Challenges) Access to support needed to upgrade their accommodations Public spaces to provide accessibility for older persons particularly those with disabilities Men in older age often excluded from informal social networks in post-retirement years Enabling and Supportive Environments (Opportunities) Promote initiatives for older persons to acquire affordable property or access support Improve access to public buildings and affordable public transportation Include elderly & disabled in national and regional disaster preparedness and mitigation plans Enabling and Supportive Environments (Opportunities) Provide legislation to combat various forms of violence, abuse, neglect of the elderly Promote the inclusion of older persons into all aspects of social and political life in region Promote formation and maintenance of informal networks for elderly men and women Enabling and Supportive Environments (Opportunities) Promote the establishment of mechanisms to assist the elderly in care-taker roles, borne out of the impact of migration Need to streamline social policies and programmes and share best practices across the region in the context of the Caribbean Single Market & Economy Best Wishes for the Christmas Season and the New Year From the Government of the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago
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Score: 744804.2 - https://www.cepal.org/sites/de...files/presentations/jrouse.pdf
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Protecting Internally Displaced Persons: a Handbook for National Human Rights Institutions | United Nations Development Programme Skip to main content Nav toggle Who we are What we do Our impact Get involved Global Search Who we are What we do Our impact Get involved Locations Protecting Internally Displaced Persons: a Handbook for National Human Rights Institutions Home Publications Protecting Internally Displaced Persons: a Handbook for National Human Rights Institutions Protecting Internally Displaced Persons: a Handbook for National Human Rights Institutions Protecting Internally Displaced Persons: a Handbook for National Human Rights Institutions Download Protecting Internally Displaced Persons: a Handbook for National Human Rights Institutions March 28, 2022 Over 50 million people were estimated to be internally displaced by the end of 2020 due to conflict, disasters, human rights violations and violence. (...) Read more publications From Pilots Toward Policies: Utilizing Online Data for Pr... The Policy Brief and accompanying Guidance Note on utilizing online data to prevent violent extremism and hate speech apply the lessons learned from UNDP practi...
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Score: 744195.7 - https://www.undp.org/publicati...onal-human-rights-institutions
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Patents, Utility Models, Industrial Designs, Marks, Inventors’ Certificates: Right of Priority - G. (...) Article 4 [A to I. Patents, Utility Models, Industrial Designs, Marks, Inventors' Certificates: Right of Priority. – G. (...) E. – (1) Where an industrial design is filed in a country by virtue of a right of priority based on the filing of a utility model, the period of priority shall be the same as that fixed for industrial designs (2) Furthermore, it is permissible to file a utility model in a country by virtue of a right of priority based on the filing of a patent application, and vice versa.
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Score: 742694.14 - https://www.wto.org/english/tr.../trips_e/ta_docs_e/anex2_e.pdf
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International Day of Disabled Persons 2006 | United Nations Enable Skip to Content Welcome to the United Nations Toggle navigation English Department of Economic and Social Affairs Disability Search UN DESA Home About Us *COVID-19 CRPD COSP SDGs International Day Issues Resources Multimedia News Calendar Contact Us Home About Us *COVID-19 CRPD COSP SDGs International Day Issues Resources Multimedia News Calendar Contact Us Home International Day of Persons with Disabilities – 3 December International Day of Disabled Persons 2006 International Day of Disabled Persons 2006 E-Accessibility Access to information and communication technologies creates opportunities to everyone in society, but perhaps no-more so than for persons with disabilities. (...) Persons with disabilities are at a considerable disadvantage by not being able to access information technologies. (...) Once adopted and ratified, the International Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities will require entities ensure that persons with disabilities can access information technologies.
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Score: 628208.2 - https://www.un.org/development...sons-2006-e-accessibility.html
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