Supporting Sample Clauses

Supporting. (a) the ID system’s technical infrastructure, including activities related to secure identity management and digital authentication, enabling issuance of universally accessible, unique and digitally verifiable ID credentials, including delivery, operationalization and maintenance of all hardware and software required; (b) scaled enrollment activities, including (i) timely grievance recording and redress; (ii) distribution of ID credentials; and (c) related awareness-raising and communications to ensure access to the ID system for all residents.
Supporting the autonomy of the civil society organisations and their right to express their views, judgements and recommendations; - the need of mutual informing and consulting aimed at contibuting adoption and application of a quality legislative framework, especially in the area of democratisation and human rights; - the development of civil society through public dialogue and cooperation; With the aim of - advancing the prerequisites for greater participation of civil society in the process of democratisation and human rights; - strenghtening mutual cooperation, in accordance with democratic principles and values; - contributing continuous development of democracy and respect for universal human rights and freedoms; - contributing development of democratic society and pluralism, through promotion of the civil awareness and activism; Signatory Parties:
Supporting. Supporting Members will pay dues of $250.00. NON-PROFIT Non-Profit Members will pay dues of $250.00.
Supporting. (a) the restructuring of the accreditation system of BAN-PT to facilitate the transition from its emphasis on study program accreditation to emphasis on institutional accreditation; (b) the improvement of the financial sustainability of the quality assurance system; (c) strengthening of HEIs and professional associations to support licensure of professional fields; and (d) the development of teacher certification.
Supporting. (a) the FRC’s planned outreach initiative to the Federal Member States (“FMS”) and subnational Ministries, Departments and Agencies (“MDAs”) for disseminating AML/CFT risks and AML/CFT priority policies and implementation actions; (b) AML/CFT policy development, implementation and awareness raising with regard to FIs, non-FIs and designated non-financial businesses and professions; (c) review and drafting of relevant regulations, development of policies and procedures and increasing AML/CFT awareness through additional stakeholder engagement; (d) dissemination and capacity building on AML/CFT measures to be implemented and transaction analysis in relation to FIs and designated non-financial businesses and professions; and (e) increased interagency cooperation between the FRC, national police and Attorney- General’s Office.