Freedom of Movement Sample Clauses

Freedom of Movement. No administrative or other restrictions shall be imposed on the free movement of Members of the Tribunal, as well as other persons mentioned in articles 13 to 17, to and from the Headquarters of the Tribunal or the place where the Tribunal is sitting or otherwise exercising its functions.
Freedom of Movement. Everyone has the right to liberty of movement and freedom to choose his/her residence;
Freedom of Movement. 1. Upon completion of the interim withdrawal, each Party will permit the free movement of the nationals and vehicles of the other into and within its territory according to the general rules applicable to nationals and vehicles of other states. Neither Party will impose discriminatory restrictions on the free movement of persons and vehicles from its territory to the territory of the other.
Freedom of Movement a. For the purposes of election observation, all measures necessary will be taken to ensure freedom of movement in all areas of operation.
Freedom of Movement. 1.9 The Parties' forces shall initially stay in the areas under their respective control, as provided in Article 1.4 and Article 1.5.
Freedom of Movement. Subject to the laws and regulations of the receiving State concerning zones entry into which is prohibited or regulated for reasons of national security, members of the consular post shall enjoy freedom of movement and travel in that State.
Freedom of Movement. Members of the Visiting Contingent together with service vehicles, vessels, aircraft, equipment and supplies shall enjoy freedom of movement throughout Solomon Islands.
Freedom of Movement. 1. The Government shall take all measures, in the framework of the legislation of the Russian Federation, required to facilitate entry to, staying in, and exit from the territory of the Russian Federation, as well as freedom of movement of the representatives of Member States and observers, officials and experts of the Organisation or any other person invited by the Organisation for official purposes.
Freedom of Movement. Suppliers and their employment agencies will not impose restrictions on entering or exiting company-provided facilities including, if applicable, workers' dormitories or living quarters, except when lawful and necessary for safety or security purposes. Suppliers will refrain from restricting workers' movement through the retention of bank payment cards or similar arrangements for accessing wages. Suppliers will also refrain from requiring workers to use company-provided accommodation. Suppliers and their employment agencies, will not destroy, withhold, or conceal identity or immigration documents, such as government-issued identification, passports, or work permits. Child Labor Suppliers and their employment agencies will not use child labor. GM has a zero-tolerance policy regarding the use of child labor. Suppliers will implement an appropriate mechanism to verify that the age of workers and workers recruited comply with the ILO Minimum Age Convention (No. 138) and will provide substantiation of this verification upon request. If child labor is discovered in its supply chain, suppliers will cease employment of the child/children and take reasonable measures to enroll the child/children in a remediation/education program. Suppliers will not use workers under the age of 18 ("young workers") to perform work that is likely to jeopardize their health or safety. If young workers are found to be involved in work that is likely to jeopardize their health or safety, suppliers will take reasonable measures to immediately remove the young workers from the situation and provide alternative work that is age appropriate. Working Hours Suppliers will comply with local laws and collective bargaining agreements (where applicable) regarding working hours. Working hours must not exceed the maximum set by local law.
Freedom of Movement. The Government of the People's Republic of Mozambique and the Government of the Republic of South Africa shall facilitate the entry and exit to and from their respective countries by any person for purposes connected with the Cahora Bassa project.