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The Prosecution did not file an appeal against the sentence whilst the Defence asked that he be acquitted on all grounds. (...) She stressed that the official archives of the Tribunal would remain with the Mechanism for the International Criminal Tribunals until another decision was made by the UN. Jelačić added that whilst the Tribunal’s Information Centers are primarily concerned with providing access to the archives to those most affected by its work, the citizens of the former Yugoslavia, the ICTY is currently working with a number of other international institutions on providing them access to public records of the archives so that they can be used in future projects. (...) He explained that this is done either through requests coming from the region or through their liaison representatives in The Hague. He emphasised that whilst a decision on the future location of the archives is pending, non confidential Court documents are already available to the public electronically.   ***** International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia For more information, please contact our Media Office in The Hague Tel.: +31-70-512-8752; 512-5343; 512-5356 Email: press [at] icty.org ( ) Follow ICTY on Facebook , Twitter and Youtube Contact us   |   Terms and Conditions of Use   |   Privacy Notice
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Score: 747554.1 - https://www.icty.org/mk/node/6714
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Christine Peta said: “instead of putting the lives of children with disabilities on hold, whilst we engage traditional healers and religious prophets to try and “fix” the bodies of children with disabilities, it is best to embrace bodily differences and to support the children to develop to their maximum capacity by in part providing them with appropriate assistive technology which enables them to carry out their daily living activities.”    "Instead of putting the lives of children with disabilities on hold, whilst we engage traditional healers and religious prophets to try and “fix” the bodies of children with disabilities, it is best to embrace bodily differences and to support the children to develop to their maximum capacity." (...) Christine Peta said: “instead of putting the lives of children with disabilities on hold, whilst we engage traditional healers and religious prophets to try and “fix” the bodies of children with disabilities, it is best to embrace bodily differences and to support the children to develop to their maximum capacity by in part providing them with appropriate assistive technology which enables them to carry out their daily living activities.”   
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Score: 747554.1 - https://www.unicef.org/zimbabw...-national-disability-expo-2019
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Score: 747554.1 - https://www.icao.int/safety/Da...0Papers/DGP.23.IP.003.5.en.pdf
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As a consequence, the SADIS acronym itself will be re-defined to mean 'Secure Aviation Data Information Service', effective 1 August 2016. 1.2 In light of the above changes, significant updates are required to both the SADIS User Guide, and the currently extant Secure SADIS FTP User Guide' 2. DISCUSSION 2.1 Whilst the changes to the provision of SADIS (cessation of SADIS 2G and re-definition of the SADIS Acronym) are easy to state, the impact in terms of documentation is non-trivial. 2.2 After due deliberation, the SADIS Provider considered that fully amalgamating the existing SADIS User Guide (predominantly focussed on SADIS 2G) and the Secure SADIS FTP User Guide was not necessarily the optimum solution. 2.3 Primarily this was due the (original) SADIS User Guide describing policy elements of the service; whilst the Secure SADIS FTP User Guide is a more technical document. In addition, it was felt International Civil Aviation Organization STUDY NOTE METPWGMOG/3/SN/01 22/04/16 METP-WG/MOG/3-WP/xxxx that the 'technical' content may change more frequently than policy content; and, finally, full amalgamation would result in a very large document. 2.4 Consequently, the SADIS Provider with assistance and support from the SADIS Gateway Provider and the WIFS Provider, considered that an appropriate evolution of the SADIS User Guide would be to publish as 'Part 1 – General and Administrative' and 'Part 2 – Technical'. Whilst each is intended to be read in conjunction with the other, it is anticipated that Part 2 may be updated more frequently than Part 1. 2.5 The proposed documents, with tracked changes, are provided as separate attachments A and B. 3.
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Score: 747554.1 - https://www.icao.int/airnaviga...MOG3%20SN01%20SUG%20Update.pdf
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Dubai International recorded 360,000 air traffic movements in 2013 whilst Abu Dhabi International recorded a 12% increase in passenger numbers over the same period. (...) The recognition and understanding of the civilian operational needs by the UAE Military whilst an acceptance of who had the primary requirements for that portion of airspace, showed significant operational coherence between the two parties. (...) M318 reduced flying time between 3-12 minutes (airfield dependent) for commercial aircraft whilst providing associated fuel savings. The optimized airway enabled the introduction of new routes for the UAE carriers and those of other countries.
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Score: 747554.1 - https://www.icao.int/MID/Documents/2014/ATM%20SG1/IP%206.pdf
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Madam President, we in the Kingdom of Swaziland believe that whilst this historic conference serves, in part, to remind us of the painful history of the evils of slavery, colonialism, apartheid and human suffering, it is also an opportunity to review the harsh effects of those evils and to take remedial action. One of our categorical imperatives is that, with renewed determination and commitment, we must - at this conference - adopt strategies through which we can mould our present world into one where all people have the sense of belonging - a world of equality as human beings and fraternity - yes, a world free from all forms of racism, racial discrimination, xenophobia and related intolerance. Whilst the possibilities of global conflict seem to have diminished since the end of the cold war era, it is a fact that there has been a corresponding increase in incidences of internal conflicts and crossborder disturbances arising from a variety of causes, including ethnic and religious intolerance. (...) Madam President We believe that planet Earth is big enough for all of us homosapiens regardless of race, creed or colour - to live together in peace because our central bond, the nexus, is our common humanity whilst the other attributes are accidents of biology, history and geography.
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Score: 747554.1 - https://www.un.org/WCAR/statements/swazE.htm
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., –– UKUK: The OFTEL for telecom, whilst the ITV for content & broadcast : The OFTEL for telecom, whilst the ITV for content & broadcast messages etc. until the end of 2003 when the converged OFCOM is messages etc. until the end of 2003 when the converged OFCOM is fully operational after enactment of the Communications Bill;fully operational after enactment of the Communications Bill; –– S.KoreaS.Korea : The KCC for telecom, whilst the KBC for content & : The KCC for telecom, whilst the KBC for content & broadcasting;broadcasting; –– Hong Kong: Hong Kong: The OFTA for telecom, whilst the BA for content & The OFTA for telecom, whilst the BA for content & broadcastingbroadcasting Doc.39 - Convergence 1: Overview 4 Tends: Legislation from convergenceTends: Legislation from convergence ØØ Over 150 countries have introduced new Over 150 countries have introduced new telecom legislation or modified existing telecom legislation or modified existing regulations:regulations: 1) Amending the existing laws or legislation: 1) Amending the existing laws or legislation: e.g., Hong Konge.g., Hong Kong 2) Unifying or converging the relevant elements 2) Unifying or converging the relevant elements into the one single law: e.g., Malaysia, Indiainto the one single law: e.g., Malaysia, India ØØ Require some new laws relating to Require some new laws relating to security (e.g., intellectual property, security (e.g., intellectual property, electronic contracts) and cyber crimes electronic contracts) and cyber crimes (e.g., cyberlaws)(e.g., cyberlaws) Examples: Legislation from convergenceExamples: Legislation from convergence ØØ ChinaChina: : The Regulations (1997/8) covered radio, TV & film and The Regulations (1997/8) covered radio, TV & film and provides interim provisions for the management of computer provides interim provisions for the management of computer information networks and for the security of computer networks information networks and for the security of computer networks & the Internet;& the Internet; ØØ Hong Kong, China: Hong Kong, China: The Telecom Ordinance (2000) & Broadcasting Ordinance (2000) were amended respectively to meet the convergence; ØØ MalaysiaMalaysia: : The Communications & Multimedia Act (1998) The Communications & Multimedia Act (1998) established a regulatory framework in support of national policyestablished a regulatory framework in support of national policy objectives for the industries;objectives for the industries; ØØ SingaporeSingapore: : The Electronic Transactions Act (1998) & The Electronic Transactions Act (1998) & Regulations (1999) enacts a commercial code to support eRegulations (1999) enacts a commercial code to support e-- commerce transactions and creates a voluntary licensing scheme commerce transactions and creates a voluntary licensing scheme for CA respectively; andfor CA respectively; and ØØ India: India: The IT ACT (2000) deals with digital signature, eThe IT ACT (2000) deals with digital signature, e-- governance, regulation of CA; The Communication Convergence governance, regulation of CA; The Communication Convergence Bill (2001) drafted and to be passedBill (2001) drafted and to be passed T e le co m m u n ic a ti o n B ro a d ca st in g C o m p u te rs A n y n e w t e ch & se rv ic e s Network Facilities Network Services Applications Services Content Services Vertical sector specific regulation and regulatory bodies Horizontal converged regulation and regulatory body Overall Regulatory Option & TrendOverall Regulatory Option & Trend Lessons & Ways ForwardLessons & Ways Forward üü Staff retraining for competence and Staff retraining for competence and expertise in fast changing, competitive, expertise in fast changing, competitive, and converging ICT/telecommunication and converging ICT/telecommunication sectorssectors üü Different countries with different econoDifferent countries with different econo-- political and geographical conditions political and geographical conditions will have to shape their regulation in will have to shape their regulation in different manners. different manners.
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Score: 746893.65 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-D/treg...Convergence%201%20Overview.pdf
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PETITION FROM MR. ISMAIL NUR SHIRMARKE CONCERNING SOMALILAND UNDER ITALIAN ADMINISTRATION
I was seriously wounded in action whilating fighting in Af-Gah-Gah and Zelakh-Lakha on 25 December 1935, and again whilst fighting in Gial-Qa and Indo-Goba (Ethiopia) on 18/19 May 1941. (...) Brusasca in Eritrea and whilst explained my difficulties to him, he referred my case to the Italian Consulate who ordered me to proceed to Somalia, where I will get my rights. (...) Brusascat s recent visit to Somalia, I contracted him again, whilst accompanying Mr. Femari and after communicated with him, he referred my case to Mr.
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Score: 746817.1 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...et?open&DS=T/PET.11/128&Lang=E
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The focus of the report this year, in Part II, is e-government initiatives directed at improving operational efficiency through the integration of back-office functions. Whilst such initiatives, if successful, will deliver benefits to citizens, the primary purpose is to improve the effectiveness of government and governmental agencies. (...) The key variables involved in the delivery of back-office integration are the people, processes and technology required. Whilst the technology is increasingly resilient and 'fit for purpose', the evidence indicates that success or failure is less a technological issue and more a people issue - in particular, the ability to change public service cultures and motivate public sector workers to new ways of working, address trade union concerns, and provide adequately skilled and competent management and leadership."
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Score: 745512.5 - https://publicadministration.u...rnment-to-Connected-Governance
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The focus of the report this year, in Part II, is e-government initiatives directed at improving operational efficiency through the integration of back-office functions. Whilst such initiatives, if successful, will deliver benefits to citizens, the primary purpose is to improve the effectiveness of government and governmental agencies. (...) The key variables involved in the delivery of back-office integration are the people, processes and technology required. Whilst the technology is increasingly resilient and 'fit for purpose', the evidence indicates that success or failure is less a technological issue and more a people issue - in particular, the ability to change public service cultures and motivate public sector workers to new ways of working, address trade union concerns, and provide adequately skilled and competent management and leadership."
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Score: 745512.5 - https://publicadministration.u...-Survey-in-Media/ID/1178/Files
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