Indigenous Sample Clauses

Indigenous people who identify as Aboriginal and/or Xxxxxx Xxxxxx Islander.
Indigenous. SUPPLIES
Indigenous people who identify as Aboriginal and/or Xxxxxx Xxxxxx Islander. National Partnership on Universal Access to Early Childhood Education – 2018 and 2019
Indigenous. Indigenous individuals are participants who self-identify as having Indigenous identity. This includes those who identify as First Nations (North American Indian), Métis and/or Inuk (Inuit), and/or those who report being Registered or Treaty Indians (that is, registered under the Indian Act of Canada), and/or those who have membership in a First Nation or Indian band.
Indigenous. The National Housing Strategy recognizes the Government of Canada’s commitment to a nation-to-nation, Inuit-to-Crown, government-to-government relationship with Indigenous peoples. The National Housing Strategy commits the Government of Canada to fund and co- develop distinctions-based housing strategies for and with First Nations, Inuit and Métis Nation partners. The Government of Newfoundland and Labrador looks forward to collaborating with all Indigenous governments and communities on developing safe and affordable housing. Investments in Nunatsiavut through the Inuit Housing Strategy and the eligibility of other communities to benefit from other distinctions-based strategies help address an important segment of the overall housing need in Newfoundland and Labrador. While not included within the distinctions-based strategies, Indigenous households living off-reserve are fully eligible to benefit from all programs and services under this Action Plan. Indigenous governments and organizations will be prioritized within the Provincial Housing and Homelessness Partnership Fund in recognition of the distinct needs of Indigenous communities, particularly those in Labrador, regarding the risk of homelessness.
Indigenous. Strong engagement with our host communities via heritage management processes continued in 2019 with positive feedback from our stakeholders improving Indicator 2 in the RAP, which measures improvement in Indigenous People’s perception of Woodside, from 2.7 in 2018 to 3.5 in 2019. RAP Pillar 2 providers are now consulting with them first to determine how best to deliver services in the region. WAAPI is positively influencing how Save the Children itself approaches working with communities, in particular the transition to community control and establishing governance structures. The Woodside/Save the Children partnership in WAAPI received the Community Partnership Award at the 2019 Department of Mines, Industry Regulation and Safety’s Resources Sector Awards for Excellence, and an insights paper on the WAAPI Community Navigator model was published by Xxxxx Xxxxx University’s Nulungu Research Institute. “…The vision for the project is simple, yet training and employment outcomes for Indigenous people who cannot always take advantage of short term roles offered by standalone projects. Woodside has been working to implement a more collaborative approach to training and employment amongst its contractors for some time. It is hoped that a successful pilot program will lead to more sustainable employment for Indigenous people. “It taught me how to communicate and be reliable. I needed to have extra support when I first started, as I was embarrassed and felt out of place in the first few weeks. I really love my job and my managers. I know each week I have Woodside-funded programs such as the Xxxxxxx Peninsula Family Empowerment Project are beginning to show results through Indigenous-led solutions (See the National Leadership Case Study) and we will continue to seek opportunities to influence outcomes through the work of our partners. RAP Pillar 3
Indigenous. 1. UWS Indigenous HDR load has ranged from 1.7% to 2.5% of all HDR students in the last few years. UWS continues to seek improvements in the Indigenous HDR load including through expanding the number of Yarramundi scholarships from two to four and seeking to embed Indigenous scholarship opportunities in selected external funding applications.

Related to Indigenous

  • Indigenous Peoples 9. The Borrower shall ensure that the Project does not have any impact on indigenous peoples within the meaning of the Safeguard Policy Statement. In the event that the Project does have any such impact, the Borrower shall ensure or cause the State and the DISCOMs to ensure that the preparation, design, construction, implementation and operation of the relevant Subproject(s) comply with (a) all applicable laws and regulations of the Borrower relating to indigenous peoples; (b) the Indigenous Peoples Safeguards; (c) the IPPF; and (d) all measures and requirements set forth in the relevant IPP, and any corrective or preventative actions set forth in a Safeguards Monitoring Report.

  • Vaccinations The Employer will, at no cost to the employee, make vaccinations recommended by OSHA or WISHA available to employees whose duties put them at risk of occupational exposure to infectious agents.

  • Wetlands When disposing of excess, soil, or other construction materials on public or private property, Contractor shall not fill in or otherwise convert wetlands.

  • Tourism 1. In this field, the objective of the cooperation will be to strengthen the promotion of the tourist potentialities of the Parties, as well as to facilitate the information exchange and the conservation of natural and cultural attractions. 2. The Parties will develop tourism through: (a) strengthening of public and private institutions related to the development of tourism; and (b) promotion of the main tourist destinations of each Party.

  • Green Economy/Carbon Footprint a) The Supplier/Service Provider has in its bid provided Transnet with an understanding of the Supplier’s/Service Provider’s position with regard to issues such as waste disposal, recycling and energy conservation.

  • CHILD LABOUR 19.1 The Contractor represents and warrants that neither it, nor any of its suppliers is engaged in any practice inconsistent with the rights set forth in the Convention on the Rights of the Child, including Article 32 thereof, which, inter alia, requires that a child shall be protected from performing any work that is likely to be hazardous or to interfere with the child's education, or to be harmful to the child's health or physical mental, spiritual, moral or social development.

  • Plagiarism The appropriation of another person's ideas, processes, results, or words without giving appropriate credit.

  • Wildlife The Sublessee acknowledges that a concentration of birds or other wildlife on an airport constitutes a significant hazard to aircraft operations. The Sublessee agrees to keep the Sublease Premises clean of fish slime, fish waste, or any other material or item that might attract birds or other wildlife. The Sublessee accepts full responsibility to maintain the Sublease Premises in a manner that will not attract wildlife.

  • Transporting Students 1. Employees shall not transport students except in accordance with School Board rules. The Board shall adopt a school board policy outlining the teacher’s and the Board’s responsibilities and liabilities. Said policy shall be included in all school handbooks beginning with the 2004-05 school year.