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property of an international organization covered by the IOIA based on
The secular bias of most major international organizations forming the back bone of the "international community" needs to be carefully balanced by a stronger effort at integrating multiple religious partners in their respective efforts.
With regard to the role of international organizations in protecting the family, it is interesting that the history of the 1948 declarations is silent on how their family-related provisions should be carried into effect.
During its existence the subcommittee on international organization would succeed in creating the blueprint for a new world body that would evolve into the United Nations.
Since then, the program has been expanded to allow transportation worldwide of cargo for non-government offices, international organizations, as well as for DoD non-lethal excess property.
AIIM holds the secretariat for the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) Technical Committee (TC) 171 and 171 SC2 for Document Management Applications, and is the administrator for the U.
Kennedy's deputy assistant secretary of state for international organization affairs, Gardner has served in nearly every presidential administration up to the present day.
Formed in September 2004, the SATA-IO is the International Organization that owns and manages Serial ATA specifications as open industry standards.
Research handbook on the law of international organizations.
The FCIA is a nonprofit international organization made up of manufacturers, system integrators, developers, vendors, industry professionals, and end users, all committed to delivering a broad base of Fibre Channel infrastructure technology to support a wide array of applications in the mass storage and IT-based arenas.
In testimony before that subcommittee, Pierre Gerety, who had served as chairman of the International Organization Employees Loyalty Board, warned that "there existed in UNESCO a clique of people who placed the interests of the Communists and Communist ideology .
Adopted in 1987 by the International Organization for Standardization in Geneva, Switzerland, the ISO 9001 quality system was created to establish an internationally recognized standard of quality.
The IADAS is an international organization that selects the nominees and winners for The Webby Awards (hailed as "The Oscars of the Internet"), the leading honor for Web sites and individual achievement in technology and creativity.
Telling readers to look elsewhere for definitions of globalization, international organization, and regionalization, Taylor (emeritus international relations, London School of Economics) examines how the process of globalization has affected the practice of and the ways of thinking about international organization at both global and regional levels.
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