Recognizing Sample Clauses

Recognizing. The value of migrations as a dynamic factor of integration and knowledge among the peoples PERSUADED: That civil society must play a relevant role in binational integration; DECIDED: To expand and deepen the bonds of cooperation that unite them, as a tool to strengthen binational integration; REAFFIRMING: Your commitment to the principles of equality, social inclusion, justice, peace, solidarity and democracy; Have agreed, in accordance with the provisions of Article 1, letter e) of the Treaty establishing the Court of Justice of the Andean Community, to sign the present TREATY Article P One. Objectives, Principles, Instruments and Institutional Framework Chapter I. Objectives
Recognizing. The existence of trans-boundary air pollution, as shown by studies that have been carried out in the region on emissions and transport of air pollutants;
Recognizing. (1) The importance of developing the scientific understanding of the physical processes which control climate, as human activities are reaching a scale which can influence regional and global climate and climate variability.
Recognizing. Section C and Section D” above, personal necessity leave shall be granted at the discretion of the site principal or his/her assistant principal. A copy of this form will be given to the teacher prior to his/her leaving the site; then the site administrator will confidentially send a copy to the Personnel Office.
Recognizing that humane, cost-effective, and scientif- ically suitable non-animal methods are available for certain research models, the agreement directs NIH to appoint a working group to make recommendations for encour- aging the use of non-animal models where appropriate in NIH intramural and extra- mural research, including epidemiological and clinical studies, cell-based methods, computer modeling and simulation, and human tissue studies, with consideration for complexity of the biomedical research area, and the current applicability and translat- ability of the non-animal model. The panel should also report on effectively moving re- search away from methods that rely on poor- ly-defined animal models to methods that rely on validated non-animal alternatives. The working group should review and rec- ommend means of encouraging greater reli- ance on validated human-relevant non-ani- mal methods/approaches that are appro- priate for identified research areas. Member- ship should include individuals with proven knowledge of/experience with non-animal re- search methods; with proven knowledge of/ expertise with animal research models; with expertise in evaluating the adequacy of jus- tifications described in research applications and proposals for why the research goals cannot be accomplished using an alternative model; and with knowledge of research ani- mal welfare, and relevant scientific limita- tions. The Committee asks that NIH provide a report of the working group’s findings within 180 days of enactment of this Act. IDeA States Pediatric Clinical Trials Net-
Recognizing. Further the following opportunities: the intent of countries in the region to develop sustainably increased public, media and business awareness of air pollution and climate change; early awareness of these issues enables countries to consider development options and to acquire the necessary information on which to make informed decisions about investment in clean development technologies; current co-operation within SADC countries provides an opportunity for harmonizing legislation and other policy instruments on air pollution within the region. Recalling: The international agreements that have successfully addressed air pollution in industrialized regions, such as the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (UN-ECE) Convention on Long-range Transboundary Air Pollution (LRTAP), which might provide useful guidance for developing appropriate legislation for Southern Africa.
Recognizing. The potential for increased air pollution and consequential phenomena in southern Africa caused by emissions from: The industrial sector such as thermal power stations, smelters, cement factories, chemical industry; The transport sector; Forest/Savannah fires; Domestic fuel use; Waste burning; Recognizing: The impacts of air pollution on the following: Human health, including those individuals whose immunity has been compromised by HIV/AIDS, with associated socio-economic consequences, particularly to the less privileged in society and to government health services; Ecosystems on which people in southern Africa depend, involving water resources, agriculture (crops, livestock etc), forestry, fisheries and wildlife; Materials, buildings, infrastructure, historical sites and monuments through corrosion, which may cause large economic losses due to increased maintenance costs and loss of value; Climate change and biodiversity in southern Africa; Forests, woodlands and savannah which may lead to localized vegetation loss, habitat fragmentation, land degradation and even desertification.
Recognizing. The commitment of both Parties to advance in the integration process respecting the norms of conservation of the environment and promoting sustainable development;

Related to Recognizing

  • RECOGNITION OUTCOMES The receiving institution commits to provide the sending institution and the student with a Transcript of Records within a period stipulated in the inter-institutional agreement and normally not longer than five weeks after publication/proclamation of the student’s results at the receiving institution. The Transcript of Records from the receiving institution will contain at least the minimum information requested in this Learning Agreement template. Table E (or the representation that the institution makes of it) will include all the educational components agreed in table A and, if there were changes to the study programme abroad, in table C. In addition, grade distribution information should be included in the Transcript of Records or attached to it (a web link where this information can be found is enough). The actual start and end dates of the study period will be included according to the following definitions: The start date of the study period is the first day the student has been present at the receiving institution, for example, for the first course, for a welcoming event organised by the host institution or for language and intercultural courses. The end date of the study period is the last day the student has been present at the receiving institution and not his actual date of departure. This is, for example, the end of exams period, courses or mandatory sitting period. Following the receipt of the Transcript of Records from the receiving institution, the sending institution commits to provide to the student a Transcript of Records, without further requirements from the student, and normally within five weeks. The sending institution's Transcript of Records must include at least the information listed in table F (the recognition outcomes) and attach the receiving institution's Transcript of Record. In case of mobility windows, table F may be completed as follows: Component code (if any) Title of recognised component (as indicated in the course catalogue) at the sending institution Number of ECTS credits Sending institution grade, if applicable Mobility window Total: 30 ….. Where applicable, the sending institution will translate the grades received by the student abroad, taking into account the grade distribution information from the receiving institution (see the methodology described in the ECTS Users' Guide). In addition, all the educational components will appear as well in the student's Diploma Supplement. The exact titles from the receiving institution will also be included in the Transcript of Records that is attached to the Diploma Supplement. Steps to fill in the Learning Agreement for Studies P Additional educational components above the number of ECTS credits required in his/her curriculum are listed in the LA and if the sending institution will not recognise them as counting towards their degree, this has to be agreed by all parties concerned and annexed to the LA

  • RECOGNITION 1. For the purposes of the fulfillment, in whole or in part, of its standards or criteria for the authorization, licensing or certification of services suppliers, and subject to the requirements of paragraph 3, a Party may recognize the education or experience obtained, requirements met, or licences or certifications granted in the other Party or a non-Party. Such recognition, which may be achieved through harmonization or otherwise, may be based upon an agreement or arrangement with the other Party or a non-Party concerned or may be accorded autonomously. 2. A Party that is a party to an agreement or arrangement of the type referred to in paragraph 1, whether existing or future, shall afford adequate opportunity for the other Party, if the other Party is interested, to negotiate its accession to such an agreement or arrangement or to negotiate comparable ones with it. Where a Party accords recognition autonomously, it shall afford adequate opportunity for the other Party to demonstrate that education, experience, licences or certifications obtained or requirements met in that other Party's territory should be recognized. 3. A Party shall not accord recognition in a manner which would constitute a means of discrimination between countries in the application of its standards or criteria for the authorization, licensing or certification of services suppliers, or a disguised restriction on trade in services. 4. Each Party should encourage the relevant bodies in its respective territory to conduct future negotiations for developing mutually acceptable standards and criteria for licensing, temporary licensing and certification of professional services suppliers.

  • RECOGNITION OF THE UNION 1. The BCPSEA recognizes the BCTF as the sole and exclusive bargaining agent for the negotiation and administration of all terms and conditions of employment of all employees within the bargaining unit for which the BCTF is established as the bargaining agent pursuant to PELRA and subject to the provisions of this Collective Agreement.

  • Noncollusion I certify that the Contractor submitting this bid has not, either directly or indirectly, entered into any agreement, participated in any collusion, or otherwise taken any action, in restraint of free competitive bidding in connection with the submitted bid. HISTORY OF DEBARMENT I certify that, except as noted below, the Contractor submitting this bid and any person associated with this Contractor in the capacity of owner, partner, director, officer, principal, investigator, project director, manager, auditor, or any position involving the administration of federal funds:

  • Collusion In the event of falsification of time records where it is established that both the employee and the Employer or his representative had knowledge of such falsification, the employee may be disciplined, and he shall be paid for all time worked by check mailed to the Union. In such cases, where an employee receives pay for work that was not recorded on the time report, a sum equal to that amount shall be paid by the Employer to the Health and Welfare Fund. All claims under this Section shall be limited to the ninety (90) day period immediately prior to the date the claim is presented to the Employer.

  • SCOPE AND RECOGNITION See the Local Provisions Xxxxxxxx X0.

  • Cooperation Between the Parties The College and UFE shall supply each other with requested information reasonably needed to facilitate the processing of the grievance. Meetings to discuss any grievance shall be scheduled at mutually convenient times.

  • Court Appearances If an employee is subpoenaed to appear as a witness in a job-related court case, not during the employee’s regularly assigned shift, the employee shall be credited for actual time worked, or a minimum of two and one-half hours, whichever is greater.

  • Litigation History There shall be no consistent history of court/arbitral award decisions against the Tenderer, in the last (Specify years). All parties to the contract shall furnish the information in the appropriate form about any litigation or arbitration resulting from contracts completed or ongoing under its execution over the year’s specified. A consistent history of awards against the Tenderer or any member of a JV may result in rejection of the tender.