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The State and other collective persons under public law are not passive subjects of the tax when they execute operations in exercise of their power of authority. (...) The following are also passive subjects: a) The holders, in the case of detention for commercial purposes, under the conditions referred to in Numbers 5 and 6 of the preceding number; b) The tax guarantees, in the situations to the fixed in the ICE Regulation; c) The winning bidder in the case of judicial sale or sale under administrative process; d) Any other singular or collective persons that, in irregular situations, produce, hold, transport, introduce in consumption sell or utilize taxable products. (...) The products imported by singular persons for their personal use, that are part of their baggage, such as it is defined in the customs legislation, in the amounts and conditions required, and in conformity with the provisions of international conventions, are tax exempt. 2.
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Score: 710497.85 - https://www.wto.org/english/th...e/cpv_e/WTACCCPV20A2_LEG_9.pdf
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These technologies are also expected to improve the mobility and accessibility of transport by facilitating integration across transport modes and providing other transportation options, particularly for the elderly and persons with reduced mobility, or for those living in remote or underpopulated areas. (...) Concerning cyber security and data protection, which are critical in the broader issue of data processing and access, we recognize a necessity for the timely development and regular updating of guidelines and other measures to prevent unauthorized access to vehicles and infrastructure and protect the privacy of individuals and their personal data. With regard to access to vehicle data, we recognize the potential value of data sharing but are mindful of the careful balance that needs to be struck in fashioning policy that guards data security and personal privacy, ensures safety, and encourages innovation and competition. (...) We share the view to lead the world in working to promote further deployment of next-generation vehicles such as fuel-cell vehicles utilizing hydrogen energy, battery-electric vehicles, plug-in hybrid vehicles and natural gas vehicles, in view of their respective advantages and characteristics, with the aim of addressing global and local environmental, pollution and energy problems.
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Score: 708934.96 - https://unece.org/DAM/trans/do...laration_24_september_2016.pdf
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Dubai, 2012) Telecommunication/information and communication technology accessibility for persons with disabilities (Johannesburg, 2008; Dubai, 2012) The World Telecommunication Standardization Assembly (Dubai, 2012), recognizing a) Resolution 175 (Guadalajara, 2010) of the Plenipotentiary Conference, on telecommunication/information and communication technology (ICT) accessibility for persons with disabilities, including age-related disabilities; b) Resolution 58 (Hyderabad, 2010) of the World Telecommunication Development Conference (WTDC), on access to ICT for persons with disabilities, including persons with age-related disabilities, and WTDC Resolution 70 (Hyderabad, 2010), on a regional initiative for Central and Eastern Europe on "E-accessibility (Internet and digital television) for persons with disabilities"; c) the mandate of and work carried by the Joint Coordination Activity on Accessibility and Human Factors (JCA-AHF), and in particular ITU Telecommunication Standardization Sector (ITU-T) actions to increase cooperation with other United Nations organizations and activities, as well as all United Nations specialized agencies, in order to raise awareness about ICT accessibility in the framework of standardization, and ITU-T actions aimed at upholding JCA-AHF; d) studies under ITU-T Question 4/2, on human factorsrelated issues for improvement of the quality of life through international telecommunications; e) studies under ITUT Question 26/16, on accessibility to multimedia systems and services, including the recent Recommendation ITUT F.790 on telecommunication accessibility guidelines for older persons and persons with disabilities; f) studies under Question 20/1 of the ITU Telecommunication Development Sector (ITUD), on access to telecommunication services for people with disabilities; g) ongoing work in the ITU Radiocommunication Sector (ITUR) to bridge the digital disability divide; h) the publication by the Telecommunication Standardization Advisory Group (TSAG) of the guide for ITU study groups – "Considering End-User Needs in developing Recommendations"; i) the creation by ITUT Study Group 2 of JCA-AHF for the purposes of awareness-raising, advice, assistance, collaboration, coordination and networking; j) the mandate of and work carried out by ITU-T Study Group 16, the parent group of the Focus Group on Audiovisual Media Accessibility (FG-AVA), meeting the need to make audiovisual means accessible to persons with disabilities; k) the activity carried out by the Internet Governance Forum Dynamic Coalition on Accessibility and Disability (DCAD) sponsored by the Director of the Telecommunication Standardization Bureau (TSB), and the partnership between ITUT and DCAD for the purposes of maximizing the benefits for all sectors of the global community of electronic communications and online information through the Internet, considering a) that Article 9, on accessibility, of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (UNCRDP), which entered into force on 3 May 2008, provides as follows: "To enable persons with disabilities to live independently and participate fully in all aspects of life, States Parties shall take appropriate measures to ensure to persons with disabilities access, on an equal basis with others, to the physical environment, to transportation, to information and communications, including information and communications technologies and systems, and to other facilities and services open or provided to the public, both in urban and in rural areas. These measures, which shall include the identification and elimination of obstacles and barriers to accessibility"; b) that §§ (2)(g) and (2)(h) of the same article of that Convention requires that States Parties take appropriate measures: i) 9(2)(g) "to promote access for persons with disabilities to new information and communications technologies and systems, including the Internet"; ii) 9(2)(h) "to promote the design, development, production and distribution of accessible information and communications technologies and systems at an early stage, so that these technologies and systems become accessible at minimum cost", considering further a) that the World Health Organization estimates that more than one billion of the world's population live with some form of disability, of whom almost 200 million experience considerable difficulty in their daily lives, and it is to be expected that, in the future, disabilities will rise because of the increasing population of older persons and the risk that disability is greater among older persons; b) that over the past 60 years, the approach to disability adopted by United Nations agencies, and by many Member States (through a changed emphasis in their laws, regulations, policies and programmes), has moved from a health and welfare perspective to an approach based on human rights, which recognizes that people with disabilities are people first, and that society places barriers upon them as opposed to their disabilities, and which includes the goal of full participation in society by persons with disabilities (Resolution 175 (Guadalajara, 2010)); c) that maximizing the accessibility and usability of telecommunication/ICT services, products and terminals through universal design will increase their uptake by persons with disabilities and older persons, and thereby increase revenues; d) that United Nations General Assembly Resolution A/RES/61/106 adopting the Convention on the rights of persons with disabilities requests the Secretary-General (§ 5) "… to implement progressively standards and guidelines for the accessibility of facilities and services of the United Nations system, taking into account relevant provisions of the Convention, in particular when undertaking renovations"; e) the importance of cooperation between governments, the private sector and relevant organizations to promote affordable access possibilities, recalling a) § 18 of the Tunis Commitment, made at the second phase of the World Summit on the Information Society (Tunis, 2005): "We shall strive unremittingly, therefore, to promote universal, ubiquitous, equitable and affordable access to ICTs, including universal design and assistive technologies, for all people, especially those with disabilities, everywhere, to ensure that the benefits are more evenly distributed between and within societies, …"[footnoteRef:1]1; [1: 1 Geneva Declaration of Principles §§ 13 and 30; Geneva Plan of Action §§ 9 (e) and (f), 12 and 23; Tunis Commitment §§ 18 and 20; Tunis Agenda for the Information Society §§ 90 (c) and (e).] b) the Phuket Declaration on Tsunami Preparedness for Persons with Disabilities (Phuket, 2007), which emphasizes the need for inclusive emergency warning and disaster management systems using telecommunication/ICT facilities based on open, non-proprietary, global standards, taking into account a) Resolution 44 (Rev. 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ISO 9241-171); g) the formation of the Global Initiative for Inclusive ICTs (G3ICT), a flagship partnership initiative of the United Nations Global Alliance for ICT and Development (UN-GAID); h) the joint ITU and G3ict release of the Report "Making TV accessible", on the occasion of the International Day of Persons with Disabilities (3 December 2011), and the report on "Making mobile phones and services accessible to persons with disabilities"; i) various regional and national efforts to develop or revise guidelines and standards for telecommunication/ICT accessibility, compatibility and usability by persons with disabilities, resolves 1 that Study Group 2, Study Group 16 and JCA-AHF shall continue giving high priority to work on the relevant Questions, in accordance with the accessibility guidelines, as shown in the guide for ITUT study groups: "Considering End-User Needs in developing Recommendations" – facilitating the implementation of new software, services and proposals that enable all persons with disabilities, including persons with age-related disabilities, to effectively use telecommunication/ICT services; the "ITU-T Technical Paper, Telecommunications Accessibility Checklist" for standards writers; and Recommendation ITUT F.790 on telecommunication accessibility guidelines for older persons and persons with disabilities; 2 that ITU study groups draft proposals to achieve greater accessibility to telecommunications/ICTs, combining the drafting of non-discriminatory standards, service regulations and measures for all persons with disabilities, including older persons with age-related disabilities, with cross-cutting user-protection actions; 3 to ask all ITU-T study groups to utilize the Telecommunications Accessibility Checklist, which makes it possible to incorporate the principles of universal design and accessibility; 4 that an ITU workshop be held to inform about the progress in the work and the results achieved by the study groups in charge of ICT accessibility before the next world telecommunication standardization assembly, invites Member States and Sector Members 1 to consider developing, within their national legal frameworks, guidelines or other mechanisms to enhance the accessibility, compatibility and usability of telecommunication/ICT services, products and terminals; 2 to consider introducing telecommunication relay services[footnoteRef:2]2 to enable persons with hearing and speech disabilities to utilize telecommunication services that are functionally equivalent to telecommunication services for persons without disabilities; [2: 2 Telecommunication relay services enable users of different modes of communication (e.g. text, sign, speech) to interact by providing convergence between the modes of communication, usually through human operators.] 3 to participate actively in accessibility-related studies in ITUT, ITUR and ITUD, and to encourage and promote selfrepresentation by persons with disabilities in the standardization process so as to ensure their experiences, views and opinions are taken into account in all the work of study groups; 4 to encourage the provision of differentiated and affordable service plans for persons with disabilities in order to increase the accessibility and usability of telecommunications/ICT for these persons; 5 to encourage the development of applications for telecommunication products and terminals to increase the accessibility and usability of telecommunications/ICT for persons with visual, auditory, verbal and other physical and mental disabilities; 6 to encourage regional telecommunication organizations to contribute to the work and consider implementing the results achieved in the study groups and the workshop on this topic, instructs the Director of the Telecommunication Standardization Bureau to report to the ITU Council on the implementation of this resolution, invites the Director of the Telecommunication Standardization Bureau 1 to identify and document examples of best practice for accessibility in the field of telecommunication/ICT for dissemination among ITU Member States and Sector Members; 2 to review the accessibility of ITUT services and facilities and consider making changes, where appropriate, pursuant to United Nations General Assembly Resolution 61/106, and to report to the Council on these matters; 3 to work collaboratively on accessibility-related activities with the Directors of the Radiocommunication Bureau (BR) and the Telecommunication Development Bureau (BDT), in particular concerning awareness and mainstreaming of telecommunication/ICT accessibility standards, reporting findings to the Council as appropriate; 4 to work collaboratively on accessibility-related activities with ITUD, in particular developing programmes that enable developing countries to introduce services that allow persons with disabilities to utilize telecommunication services effectively; 5 to work collaboratively and cooperatively with other standardization organizations and entities, in particular, in the interest of ensuring that ongoing work in the field of accessibility is taken into account, in order to avoid duplication; 6 to work collaboratively and cooperatively with disability organizations in all regions to ensure that the needs of the disabled community are taken into account in all standardization matters; 7 to contribute to the development of an ITU-wide internship programme for people with disabilities who have expertise in the field of ICTs, so as to build capacity among people with disabilities in the standards-making process and to raise awareness within ITUT of the needs of persons with disabilities; 8 to continue the accessibility coordination and advisory function within ITUT in order to assist the Director of TSB in reporting the findings of the review of ITUT services and facilities; 9 to consider using accessibility resources in the meetings organized by ITU-T in order to encourage the participation of persons with disabilities in the standardization process, instructs the Telecommunication Standardization Advisory Group 1 to revise the guide for ITU study groups – "Considering End-User Needs in developing Recommendations", 2 to request study groups to facilitate, in their respective work, the implementation of new software, services and proposals enabling all persons with disabilities, including persons with age-related disabilities, to effectively use telecommunication/ICT services, and relevant guidelines for enduser needs, in order specifically to include the needs of persons with disabilities, and to update this guide on a regular basis, based on contributions from Member States and Sector Members as well as the ITUT study groups, as appropriate. 6 WTSA-12 – Resolution 70 WTSA-12 – Resolution 70 5
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Score: 708342.2 - https://www.itu.int/dms_pub/it...res/T-RES-T.70-2012-MSW-E.docx
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This focuses on facilitating the transport of persons with disabilities and also relates to such issues as the security of the travel document issuance process; inspection of travel documents at airports; utilization of Advance Passenger Information (API) and Passenger Name Record (PNR) data systems; and the procedures relating to the removal of inadmissible persons and deportees.   (...) Endorsed by ICAO, the WCO and the International Air Transport Association (IATA), the PNRGOV message is a standard electronic format for transmitting PNR data from airlines to States, and is intended to harmonize the use of PNR systems globally, increase the effectiveness of data utilization and enhance both aviation security and facilitation. (...) The seminar focused on programme priorities as well as issues relating to inadmissible persons and deportees and the establishment of national air transport facilitation programmes.
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Score: 708283.3 - https://www.icao.int/annual-re...e-b-security-facilitation.aspx
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. • Lack of political will, mutual trust, and confidence between Member States and practitioners. • Concerns about personal data protection. • Difficulty of collecting and processing digital evidence (lack of knowledge and expertise; disconnection between various actors). (...) Participants identified the following main obstacles and persisting challenges and areas in which the necessary tools for international law enforcement cooperation were already available, but not fully utilized. • Member States are not equally able to implement mechanisms and systems for strengthening law enforcement cooperation in general and countering terrorism, in particular. The Security Council and the Committee can encourage States and relevant entities to increase the level of technical assistance delivered to States in need. • The lack of common priorities (i.e., shared perception of a criminal threat) can create obstacles to effective cooperation. • In order to obtain operational cooperation in a timely manner, States should utilize properly trained law enforcement personnel who are familiar with the relevant international law, the structure of the counterpart entity, and contact procedures. • The delays, expenses and technicalities involved in extraditing persons and evidence from one jurisdiction to another can present major obstacles to cooperation.
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Score: 707872.95 - https://www.un.org/securitycou...ooperation-20-21-june-2017.pdf
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FAO WORKSHOP ON FISH TECHNOLOGY, UTILIZATION AND QUALITY ASSURANCE. L’ATELIER DE LA FAO SUR LA TECHNOLOGIE, L’UTILISATION ET L’ASSURANCE DE QUALITÉ DU POISSON . (...) Food security & nutritional role 01/01/2005 The FAO Workshop on Fish Technology, Utilization and Quality Assurance was held by the Fish Utilization and Marketing Service of FAO's Fish Product and Industry Division in collaboration with the FAO Regional Office for Africa. The Workshop was held to review progress and problems in post-harvest fish utilization in Africa and formulate recommendations to FAO, its member countries and all institutes, institutions and persons interested in fish utilization in Africa.
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Score: 706877.73 - https://www.fao.org/inland-fis...ies/topic/detail/ar/c/1148574/
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FAO WORKSHOP ON FISH TECHNOLOGY, UTILIZATION AND QUALITY ASSURANCE. L’ATELIER DE LA FAO SUR LA TECHNOLOGIE, L’UTILISATION ET L’ASSURANCE DE QUALITÉ DU POISSON . (...) Food security & nutritional role 01/01/2005 The FAO Workshop on Fish Technology, Utilization and Quality Assurance was held by the Fish Utilization and Marketing Service of FAO's Fish Product and Industry Division in collaboration with the FAO Regional Office for Africa. The Workshop was held to review progress and problems in post-harvest fish utilization in Africa and formulate recommendations to FAO, its member countries and all institutes, institutions and persons interested in fish utilization in Africa.
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Score: 706877.73 - https://www.fao.org/inland-fis...ies/topic/detail/ru/c/1148574/
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The State or the local government obtains ownership of land. Other person rights and registered facts cease on the property. (...) NLFMO also can initiate land swap or buy land to consolidate land, provide land for livestock farming or implement other important objectives of public interest (e. g. flood control). Utilization activities have to be based on the land assets utilization plan of NLFMO. (...) But ownership and shape of utilization of land and water infrastructure was not providing framework for actions.
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Score: 705374.95 - https://www.fao.org/fileadmin/...ments/LANDNET/2007/Hungary.pdf
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The residents also were shown the link between scabies and poor personal hygiene _ as many residents did not bathe daily. (...) They led the process of digging and actual utilization of the latrines. Within no time the households followed the leaders’ example. (...) “Even the young children know that every household must have and utilize a pit latrine,” Paska Angom, the Parish Chief shares.
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Score: 705305.96 - https://www.unicef.org/uganda/stories/it-takes-whole-village
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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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