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Laws Regulating Professional Organizers
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Hotel And Tourism Regulation Law
Legal experts have explained that the move by the National Assembly to amend the Nigerian Tourism Development Corporation, NTDC Act to accommodate regulation of hotels and tourism activities in Nigeria is in conflict with the supreme court’s ruling which empowers states to licence hotels and regulate tourism operations in the state. Details in ‘Seyifunmi Olatide’s report
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How the law is key to making space tourism happen | Frans von der Dunk | TEDxVienna
Ever considered taking a trip to the edge of outer space for fun? Better make sure you know the law, and make sure (to the extent possible) it is on your side - and this talk is where you should start... More information on http://www.tedxvienna.at Frans von der Dunk, Professor of Space Law at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln and Director of Black Holes Consultancy, is generally recognized as one of the world’s leading space law experts. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at http://ted.com/tedx
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What do I need to know in order to understand tourism  legislation?
Learn about what Tourism legislation is and what it encompasses, how it can affect you when creating and managing a tourism business, and how you can keep up to date with any changes in legislation. What is Tourism legislation? A set of legal rules governing all professional activities in the tourism industry. Public Law Public tourism organization Tourism Companies Private Law Tourism contracts private legal relationships Legislation: What to take into account At the time of creating...: Analysis of Permits and Requirements: Urban Requirements; Opening License; Infrastructure Requirements; Insurance; Environmental Requirements; Food Safety Requirements During the development...: Regular checks (e.g. health in the restaurant); Modification of requirements for business creation; Be up to date with changes in legislation Levels of Legislation Local: these stem from local entities or councils. They usually deals to matters that are legislated at a national or regional level, but require more specific legislation according to the specific characteristics of the local destination. Regional: in many EU countries there is a legislative level just below the national level, which is limited to a specific region within the country. National: this is the legislation that happens at a national level and is applicable throughout the country. European: there are legislative acts that stem from European Union Institutions. Here we find: Regulations, Directives, Decisions, Recommendations and Opinions. Changes in legislation are common. How can I stay informed? Follow up: tourism legislation database; Specialised journals; Organization Information services.
Everything You Need To Know About Cuba (New Regulations)| Travel Tips & Tricks | How 2 Travelers
Is Cuba Still Open? Yes! The Cuban visa was very confusing when I went in August of 2017, not with the new regulations, it's even more confusing. I have broken down everything you need to know about how to go to Cuba as an American. - cuba - visa - new regulations - november 9th - obama - trump - havana Subscribe to How 2 Travelers: http://bit.ly/2kz4wpm Watch More Travel Tips & Tricks: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLTTvnKC7vzyDG7eka7u2lu4iMje-PhXhf Stay Connected with Me: Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/AndreaFeczko Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/AndreaFeczko Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/AndreaFeczko About Andrea Feczko: Hey! I'm Andrea Feczko and welcome to How 2 Travelers. This is your one-stop guide to everything you need to know about traveling. Before I got my dream job as the travel expert on ABC's Vacation Creation, I started here making YouTube videos. You may recognize me from starring in the Key of Awesome as Kesha and Taylor Swift (YouTube's #1 Music Video Parody of All Time). Travel is my passion. I'm on the road 8 months out of the year, averaging 30 countries, and have made 5 of them my home. I want to show you that the world is accessible to anyone and everyone- and here's how to see it! Everything You Need To Know About Cuba (New Regulations)| Travel Tips & Tricks | How 2 Travelers https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JmRaUwgpW-w How 2 Travelers https://www.youtube.com/how2travelers
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Stem Cell Tourism: Physician Involvement and the Role of Professional Regulation
Stem Cell Tourism: Physician Involvement and the Role of Professional Regulation Amy Zarzeczny, Assistant Professor, Johnson-Shoyama Graduate School of Public Policy, University of Regina and External Research Fellow, University of Alberta's Health Law Institute Host: University of Regina Date: March 21, 2014
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Things NOT To Do in Thailand
Thailand is a beautiful country, often called the “land of smiles”, however, that does not mean that you shouldn’t be versed in some of the local customs before visiting. Today we bring you 12 things NOT to do in Thailand so if you're planning a trip there, first you'll want to heed these warnings! 1. Don’t Hug Monks You'll find the monks are super friendly, but hands off, please. Monks are not allowed to touch women. Even on buses monks are not allowed to sit directly next to a woman. It is also forbidden to stand over or be positioned higher than a monk. 2. Never Use Your Feet Feet are considered the lowest, dirtiest part of the body in many Asian cultures and the head is the highest. So do not hold doors open with your feet, point your feet towards the Buddha images or angle your feet towards people. Be especially mindful of your feet position when you're sitting or eating on the floor. 3. Don’t Disrespect the Royal Family You will see many pictures commemorating them throughout the country and it is disrespectful to say anything negative about them. Don't stomp on a Thai coin as it rolls away as you're not only disrespecting the Crown, but also breaking rule 2. 4. Don’t Take Your Clothes Off Walking around town in beach attire is considered impolite. Be extra-conscious of your attire when visiting temples. Dress preferably in white and women should wear long skirts or pants and have their shoulders covered. 5. Avoid Pointing with Your Fingers When hailing for a tuk-tuk or beckoning a waiter, do not point your fingers up. Never clap, snap your fingers, or whistle to get someone’s attention, as Thais regard it akin to calling a dog. 6. Don't Touch a Thai’s Head Thais see the head as the highest part of the body so refrain from ruffling people's hair. If you happen to by accident, apologize immediately. Thai people will sometimes pat a child on the head, but as a Westerner it’s best not to. Now if you stomp on a coin you'll be breaking 3 rules! 7. Can’t Take Buddha Pictures Out of Thailand It is technically illegal to take or send any pictures of Buddha out of the country! Nonetheless, many shop owners will still try to sell you pictures, and many tourists snap selfies in front of sacred Buddha statues. Just be discreet and respectful about it. 8. Don’t Lose Your Temper Thais have a philosophy of keeping their cool;"jai yen" (cool heart). Thais see raising one’s voice as bad form. Don’t get frustrated, “mai pen rai” as the locals say. 9. Don’t Eat with a Fork There are no specific dining times so visitors can enjoy cheap yet delicious food all day and night but watch your utensils. You may be given a fork and spoon, but it is only the spoon that touches one’s mouth. Also, chopsticks are only to be used when eating Chinese dishes. 10. Never Whistle at Night Thais will become very uneasy if they hear a whistle after dark as they believe that whistling at night is bad luck because you’re calling the evil spirits. 11. Don’t Let a Tuk-Tuk Driver Take You To a Gem Shop This is one of the biggest scams in the tourist areas of Thailand. Drivers will try to persuade you to visit a special gem shop, often a dodgy kick-back shop where tourists are harassed. In extreme cases, they are sometimes drugged and are cheated out of money in exchange for fake jewelry. 12. Don’t Shake Hands Thais do not like to have personal contact when greeting strangers. Rather, they place both their open palms together at chest height and bow slightly. Do not bow to children or a person of lower status however, as you would be embarrassing them. If you are greeting a person of high importance, bow slightly deeper. Now that you know how to properly respect the Thai culture, you can enjoy some of the most welcoming and hospitable people in the world. Get more Tips here! www.destinationtips.com
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Qatar rules and regulations for foreigner (8 new rules 2018)
Are you interested about Qatar? Or you planning to visit qatar? If yes then here is our new video about Qatar rules and regulations for foreigner (8 new rules included in 2018). In this video we included 8 rules for expats in qatar. There is thing to know before going to qatar, just like can you drink alcohol in qatar? Or can you kiss in public in qatar? Or qatar laws for unmarried couples. Which will make you sure that is qatar safe country? Our 8 amazing facts about qatar will give you answer of so many questions like why qatar is so rich ? Why qatar is the richest country in the world ? Actually this video is very much informative for tourist. It is qatar guides and travel advice, local law and customs. So please check out this video. #QATAR #DOHA Video link: https://youtu.be/zyea1p_F720 Overview: Qatar is a islamic country located in western Asia with the population 2.6 million but the fact is only 313K are Qatari citizen and others 2.3 million are expatriates. Qatar is a high economic country with gross GDP 129K per capita. They have two different laws one call Sharia law and another call civil law. 1- It's not uncommon for people to call police while you displaying the affection in the public. Actually kissing, hugging even holding hand in some place is consider to breaking law and the result is jail time . 2- Just lime other muslim countries you have to maintain your dress code. It is not just for women, men too. Female should be cover their shoulders and knees. So no skirt not even legins. Expatriates and foreigner are expected to dress modestly even in 45°C temperature. 3- You have to be healthy..... 4- drinking alcohol illegal....check out the video to know more . Sources: Music: Track: NIVIRO - Flares [NCS Release] Music provided by NoCopyrightSounds. Watch: https://youtu.be/V-mP3VU0DCg Free Download / Stream: http://ncs.io/FlaresYO Social media: Facebook: www.facebook.com/page/factbump/ Twitter: www.twitter.com/factbump96 Instagram: www.instagram.com/factbump Website: www.factbump.com Thanks for watching
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AMSTERDAM WEED SCENE 🇳🇱Top 10 Questions Answered! (Coffeeshops, Truffles & Drug Laws)
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10 Things You're Not Allowed To Do In SAUDI ARABIA
top 10 common things you're not allowed to do in the middle east Subscribe to our channel: http://goo.gl/9CwQhg For copyright matters please contact us at: [email protected] Our Social Media: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TheRichest.org Twitter: https://twitter.com/TheRichest_Com Instagram: http://instagram.com/therichest For more videos and articles visit: http://www.therichest.com/
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International Economic Law: Section C - Regulation of foreign investment
Professor Surya Subedi author of the study guide for International Economic law provides an introduction to section C. This course the part of the Postgraduate Laws degree provided by the University of London International Programmes.
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International Tourist Guide Day
[HAPPY INTERNATIONAL TOURIST GUIDE DAY 2018!] Dear fellow colleagues, the tourist guides from all over the world; we, the tourist guides of Croatia, would like to wish you all happy International Tourist Guide Day 2018! 😊 In Croatia, during 2017, we made a great effort to create a legal framework for tourism services regulation with the aim of protecting our material and immaterial cultural values and our heritage. At the same time we have strived to protect the noble vocation of local tourist guides. Together with many European tourist guide associations in Europe, we believe that European directives concerning tourism services are misunderstood and partially interpreted and we are strongly opposed to those corporate and extremely liberal approaches to local tourist guide services. Cultural heritage and legacy of the peoples of the European Union are not for sale! We are opposed to cheap commercialisation and commoditisation of our Croatian cultural heritage! Croatian tourist guides Association gathers 15 tourist guides associations from all Croatian regions: 1. Zagreb Tourist guide Association and Central Croatian Region 2. Tourist guides Association Pula 3. Tourist guides Association Liburnia 4. Tourist guides Association Split 5. Tourist guides Split 6. Tourist guides Association Mihovil Šibenik 7. Tourist guides Association Varaždin 8. Association of tourist guides in Kvarner 9. Tourist guides Association Tragurion - Trogir 10. Tourist guides Association Zadar Donat 11. Tourist guides Association of Hvar island 12. Tourist guides Association in Mali Losinj 13. Tourist guides Association Bastion 14. Tourist guides Association Rovinj 15. Tourist guides Association Korčula 🇭🇷❤ #LocalGuides #Quality #Knowledge #TravelEnjoyRespect #AgentsOfChange #Croatia #CroatianTouristGuidesAssociation #ZDTVH #nationalidentity #culturalheritage #proudtobeCroat #EuropeanUnion #EuropeanParliament #EuropeanCommission #EuropeForCulture European Year of Cultural Heritage ( EYCH 2018)
15 Things NOT to Do in Singapore
Singapore is considered a contemporary, commercial, cosmopolitan city-state However, in this former British colony there are a few rules, taboos and quirks you should be aware of so as not to offend anyone Here are 15 things NOT to do in Singapore 1. Don't Chew Gum – Unless you Have Prescription You can be fined $500 if you chew and drop gum, but an exception is made for “therapeutic purposes” with a prescription. 2. Remember to Flush “An*l” culture? If you do your doody in a public washroom without flushing the evidence, you can be fined $150! 3. No N*kedness, Even in Private Parading around in your birthday suit, even in your own home, is akin to p*rnography. It can result in a fine up to $2000. 4. Don’t Litter Littering can result in a $1000 fine. You might think that's rubbish, but don’t trash the place and you won’t have to worry. 5. Don’t Show Feet Many Asians think of feet as dirty. It's considered offensive to point with toes or show the bottoms of your feet. 6. Don’t Discuss Religion Discuss topics like religion, and you could be considered offensive. It's best to avoid hot button discussions unless you keep your cool. 7. Don’t Take Taxis Why take a taxi when the public transportation system in Singapore is one of the best in the world? The MRT (mass rapid transit) system is fast and comfortable. 8. Don’t Snack on the MRT Singapore’s MRT has been a “no eating or drinking” zone since 1987. Fines can be up to $500 for daring to bite! 9. Unsecured WiFi Check the “auto-discovery” setting is turned off in Singapore. Tapping into an unsecured WiFi network is a crime almost akin to hacking. 10. Don’t Tip In Singapore, tipping is not a standard practice, so no need to leave some extra coins for your waiter. 11. Don’t Give Gifts Without Research Don’t wrap a gift in white, as that symbolizes mourning, or present a gift with your left hand. Furthermore, it’s common to refuse a gift not once, twice, but three times before accepting it! 12. Don’t Smoke in Public Public smoking is prohibited. There are some designated places where you are permitted to puff, but there’s a $200 fine if you mess up. 13. No Graffiti Spray painting on a wall, or carving a name in a bench could result in a public caning. This city occasionally sentences offenders to punishment for acts of v*ndalism. 14. No Dr*gs – Even Before You Arrive You can get into trouble for having dr*gs in your system when arriving in Singapore, even if you ingested them before you stepped foot in the country. 15. Don’t Finger Point In Singapore, pointing an index finger at someone is perceived as rude, so keep your digits to yourself and you won’t make waves! Heard of any others?
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Consumer Protection For Travel Companies - Protected Trust Services (2018)
Consumer Protection for Travel Companies Consumer protection can seem over whelming when working in travel but it is key for any travel company. The Package Travel Regulations have most recently been updated in July 2018 and it is a legal requirement for all travel professionals to adhere to these regulations when selling travel. Here are some further blogs written by PTS that may also be helpful reference points to help understanding concerning Package Travel Regulation compliance The New Package Travel Regulations - https://www.protectedtrustservices.com/the-new-package-travel-regulations-july-1st-2018/ Package Travel Regulation Compliance – https://www.protectedtrustservices.com/package-travel-regulation-compliance/ At PTS we specialise in offering travel companies and travel professionals solutions to ensure your company is fully PTR compliance. Call with any questions and we will be delighted to support you. Tel 020 7190 9988 or email us on [email protected]
Dubai - the rules
Dubai - the rules Joining Qantas or Emirates on a flight through Dubai? Here's some of what you need to know to keep yourself out of trouble
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South African Tourism | Top Documentary Films 2017 | National Geographic HD
South African Tourism. South African Tourism. The weakness of a deterrent regulation and a population freed from the traditions make Africa a new haunt for tourists. The legal status of Prostitution. South African Tourism Top Documentary Films 2017 - National Geographic HD Like And Subscribe For More Updates National Geographic Documentary 2017 Subscribe for more videos → . jav i heart you 2017 , jav i will always love you , jav i heart you violet , jav i heart you lunar , java long , jav jeu long , jav jet , jav jave , jav jea long , jav jilong speak khmer ,.
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10 Things NOT to Do in Hong Kong
Get more Tips here! http://www.destinationtips.com There are plenty of websites out there telling you what to see and do in Hong Kong. However, to experience the city at its fullest, you’ll also need to know what to avoid. Here’s a list of things NOT to do in Hong Kong. 1. Don’t Spit Spitting is just not considered rude in China. Some believe it helps ward off evil spirits. However, cross over to Hong Kong and it is prohibited to spit in public. In fact, you can be fined up to HK$5,000 for doing so. 2. Don’t Assume Hong Kong is as Free and Open as the West Despite it embraces more legal freedoms than the People’s Republic, some believe that e-mails are being monitored and Internet censorship is happening. Travelers should be aware of these rising tensions and be cautious about engaging in politically charged communications. 3. Don’t Overpay at Street Markets Hong Kong offers a vast range of exciting street markets where you can buy just about any type of consumer good imaginable. Learn the art of haggling, you will often be able to buy things for little over half the asking price. 4. Don’t Take Taxis It is an unnecessarily expensive way to get around, and it can take a long time to get anywhere through the gridlock. Instead, try using the efficient and affordable Mass Transit Railway, buy an Oyster Card if you’re going to use this several times. 5. Don’t Bother With the Sky Terrace Instead of going to popular and overpriced tourist traps such as the Sky Terrace, consider the top of The Peak Galleria mall, it is free and the crowds are nil, also try Central Plaza, the Bank of China, Two IFC and One Island East. 6. Don’t Take the Peak Tram The Peak is undoubtedly one of the best vantage points in Hong Kong, but taking the overpriced, over-crowded tourist tram up to the top isn’t the only way up there. Instead, if you’re fit, consider hiking up the hill using the designated footpaths. 7. Don’t Underestimate the Language Barrier If you need to ask anyone for directions, try to find younger people to help, since they’re more likely to speak English. Taxi drivers rarely speak English, so have a map or written address on hand to convey where you want to go. 8. Don’t Forget about the Entry Requirements Hong Kong has its own entry requirements. Citizens of the US and most western nations do not need any visa to visit Hong Kong for a period of less than 90 days. However, if you want to go to Shenzhen or other parts of mainland China, you will need a separate visa. 9. Don’t Bring Chinese Currency While China uses the Yuan, Hong Kong still uses its own currency; the Hong Kong dollar. Although you shouldn’t have any problem changing money anywhere in the region. If you’re arriving via mainland China, you’ll need to withdraw or change some money as soon as you get to Hong Kong. 10. Don’t Neglect the Rest of Hong Kong Venture into the New Territories and you’ll find traditional walled towns like Kat Hing Wa, fishing villages on Lamma Island, beaches in Lantau. Surf in Big Wave Bay, markets in Stanley and Repulse Bay. Visit Cheung Chau island and its Cheung Po Tsai pirate caves. There are lots of places to visit. Don't miss them! Where do you want to know what not to do in next? Comment Below!
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11 Prohibitions for Saudi Arabia Women That Are Hard to Believe
What It’s Like to be a Woman in Saudi Arabia. From choosing a husband to using public transit, lots of everyday things we're completely used to are prohibited for women in Saudi Arabia. According to the 2017 Gender Gap report by the World Economic Forum, Saudi Arabia ranks 138th out of 144, making it one of the harshest places for women to live as far as equal rights are concerned. Women aren’t allowed to move around freely. 1:34 In September 2017, the King of Saudi Arabia announced a major change in the law that will allow women to drive cars starting in June 2018. A woman will still need to get her guardian's permission to drive, though. Taking a train is allowed only in Riyadh, but women still have to use a separate car at the end of the train. As for bus companies, most of them refuse female passengers. In some regions, a woman who takes a cab without her guardian is considered immoral. They must be covered entirely. 2:38 When on out in public, women in Saudi Arabia cover their entire bodies, with the exception for their face, hands, and feet. A black abaya (a long dress with sleeves) and hijab (a head covering) are the only things a woman can wear. The clothes should be made from thick fabric and baggy so that they don’t highlight a woman’s curves. They don’t have much choice when it comes to work. 4:06 Women can choose to be doctors, nurses, and educators. Female politicians and lawyers are very rare exceptions. For women, it's much harder to build a career than for men since they’re paid less and don't get benefits like medical insurance. Women will never answer the door 5:55 Most houses in Saudi Arabia have two entrances: one for men and one for women. Women can hang out with their female friends but only in their half of the house. Male guests can only visit the other half of the house where women aren’t allowed. If a woman needs to tell her husband something, she can call him over the phone. There is no gender equality. 7:23 A Saudi woman’s word is two times less valuable than a man’s. Just to file a lawsuit, she needs 6 male witnesses. A child can never become a citizen of Saudi Arabia if his father is a foreigner. A man gets two times more when it comes to inheritance, and women in rural areas are usually excluded entirely from the lists of heirs. Music: https://www.youtube.com/audiolibrary/music TIMESTAMPS They can't go anywhere without a male escort. 0:41 They weren’t allowed to drive until recently. 1:34 They’re prohibited from using public transit. 2:07 Women must be covered entirely. 2:38 A college education, though not prohibited, isn't necessary. 3:32 Not many of them work, but that’s quickly changing. 4:06 Do Saudi women marry for love? 4:58 They'll never answer the door. 5:55 Boys go right, girls go left. 6:17 There is no gender equality. 7:23 Sports are for the boys. 7:53 Bonus: what if a woman breaks the rules? 8:24 SUMMARY -Women in Saudi Arabia don't have the right to go anywhere without their husband or a male relative that's called a Mahram. -Even though women are allowed to drive starting June 2018, they will still need to get their guardian's permission to drive. -Taking a train is allowed only in Riyadh, but women still have to use a separate car at the end of the train. -When on out in public, women in Saudi Arabia cover their entire bodies, with the exception for their face, hands, and feet. -Women are allowed to get a higher education, but there are a lot of limitations. -While only 12% of women worked in the private sector in 2011, nowadays this number is up to 30%. -Forced marriages are officially prohibited, but a contract between the future husband and the father of the bride is still necessary. -Most houses in Saudi Arabia have two entrances: one for men and one for women. -Society is split into female and male parts not only in the home but also in public places, like on the beach, in public transportation, and especially in restaurants since women need to remove their veil in order to eat. -A Saudi woman’s word is two times less valuable than a man’s. -The women of Saudi Arabia weren’t allowed to represent their country in the Olympic Games until 2012. But still, it's not easy for Saudi women to build a career in sports. -The religious police can punish a woman for simply talking to an unknown man or for wearing clothes that aren’t made from thick fabric. Subscribe to Bright Side : https://goo.gl/rQTJZz ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Our Social Media: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/brightside/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/brightgram/ 5-Minute Crafts Youtube: https://www.goo.gl/8JVmuC ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- For more videos and articles visit: http://www.brightside.me/
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Do’s and Don’ts Ten things in Dubai
Do’s and Don’ts Ten things in Dubai (https://youtu.be/Q8pxFUbAsBE) Pondering an occasion in the UAE, or perhaps you are thinking about the potential outcomes of work there? There are a couple of things you have to know before you go keeping in mind you are there. Dubai is a spectacular nation people's identity's probably the most bona fide, cordial and polite you will each be probably going to experience anyplace on the planet. In any case, this is not the US nor Europe, this is the UAE saturated with hundreds of years of custom and faithful religious after. One reason I'm certain you are hoping to go to the UAE is to encounter the profound, rich history and conventions on offer. Music by : NCS Disfigure - Blank [NCS Release] Music Link : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p7ZsBPK656s Artist : Disfigure: http://www.facebook.com/DisfigureOffi... http://www.soundcloud.com/disfigureof... http://www.youtube.com/user/Disfigure...
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Top 10 Things Not To Do in Dubai
All Top 10's Subscribe: http://bit.ly/suballt10s Other Titles: - Things Not To Do in Dubai. - Top 10 Things Not To Do when you're in Dubai. - 10 Things you shouldn't Do in Dubai. Description: Dubai is one of the most Luxurious and big tourist, and business attraction in the World. But Dubai has very strict rules about to be there or living. Some rules are very strict like swearing one Australian man sentenced to prison due to using abusive words which was heard by a Police man in civil dress. Like on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/allt10s Song By: Impact Allegretto by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Source: http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/index.html?isrc=USUAN1100622 Artist: http://incompetech.com/
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10 Must Not Do in Malaysia
Open below to see details from my video :) DO Pause the video to read the details if the Slide information is too fast. Coming to Malaysia for Holiday or Vacation? Here are some tips about What not to Do in Malaysia, 10 things not to do in Malaysia on your holiday vacation to ruin your holiday here. Malaysia is a high muslim populated country therefore there are certain rules and law to abide to when you are in Malaysia. These things not to do in Malaysia is just a precaution and warning for those whom have no expectations about Malaysia and being their First time to Malaysia. Malaysia is a multicultural country and you will need to respect all kinds of different culture here of different religion basis. However, all these must not do is not obligated for you to follow as is all depends on the type of people you meet throughout Malaysia due to the different culture and different religion. To All tourist, Welcome to Malaysia and to all Malaysians, if I ever wrote anything you disagree with and I believe there will be some disagreements, do let me know. If you have anything to add in, do comment down here so tourist would know when they visit Malaysia. Or just comment to say Where are you from ! I would be curious to know ! Have a nice stay in Malaysia. ► Please SUBSCRIBE https://www.youtube.com/feliciazoe90 Please THUMBS UP if you liked the video :) ♥My Other Social Network Links♥ Blog: http://www.feliciazoe.com Instagram: http://instagram.com/feliciazoe Twitter: Twitter: https://twitter.com/feliciazoe90 Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/Feliciazoe.my Business Email ONLY: [email protected] About Feliciazoe: https://youtu.be/0GlRPQtVn7w ———————Watch my recent videos————————— How to cut open Durian https://youtu.be/xLBrO9uQosQ Easy Travel Korean Language https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5IeKoCtCwxA Learn Travel Malay Language https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Yev7GllEhxY Learn Travel Chinese Language https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cKL7YHtStcg Dont forget to check out Malaysian upcoming rising stars MGAG: Ever wondered what your favorite hit songs sound like in Bahasa Malaysia? So Check out their Hit Songs in Bahasa Malay and its super funny and entertaining !! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QDuv4Dp5u48
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TOURISM SECURITY - THE ISRAELI MODEL OF SECURITY REGULATION The State of Israel is a recognized leader in the field of security but few understand how this is actually accomplished. Mr. Novotny provides a rare 'behind-the-scenes' glimpse through the eyes of a 'Security Lawyer', at how Israel regulates security and how this model and other practical concepts can be implemented elsewhere. ​ Mr. Perry Novotny is an attorney who is licensed to practice law in both New York (2001) and Israel (2002) and is Israel's foremost expert in the field of Legal Aspects of Security. ​His firm has been providing legal solutions to security-related issues to countless government and public organizations in Israel and abroad for over fifteen years and is certified by the Israel National Police, Israel Security Agency and Ministry of Defense. Mr. Novotny holds several teaching positions in his field and is a Research Fellow for the Institute for Counter-Terrorism in Herzelia, Israel. Mr. Novotny was selected as 'Person of the Year in Security for the year 2017' by 'Metzuda Magazine', Israel's leading physical security publication.
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How to LEGALLY travel to Cuba with the 2019 US regulation
New US restrictions on travel is causing some confusion but TRAVEL TO CUBA IS STILL POSSIBLE & LEGAL for US Citizens/Residents! In this video, we talk about the recent US regulation impacting travel to Cuba, who it affects and learn how to travel to Cuba legally as an American in 2019. What changed? Only one of the 12 categories for travel to Cuba has been eliminated: Group People-to-People Educational Travel. This is the category that most tour operators were using to sponsor legal travel to Cuba for groups (accompanied by a Tour Director). This change impacts people only traveling from the U.S. (U.S. citizen, U.S. resident or anyone traveling from the U.S. to Cuba.) You can check the full press release here on the US Department of the Treasury Website: https://home.treasury.gov/news/press-releases/sm700 Lots of changes have taken places with travel to Cuba over the past 7 years, but it is still possible for travelers to visit Cuba. Learn more details at: https://blog.daiquiriusa.com/changes-to-cuba-travel-it-is-still-legal-june-2019/#main-content
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Space Law-What Laws are There in Space?
No country owns space, so are there laws there? Spoiler alert: yes. What laws are there? Well watch this video to find out. (It's complicated) Email: [email protected] Twitter: @WendoverPro Attributions: Images provided by Wiki Commons Images licensed under Creative Commons 3.0 Additional footage provided by VideoBlocks LLC Opening intro music by https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCr4Xpli3bMNpu7bMQRu_Emg Outro music- Airport Lounge by Kevin MacLeod
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'Birth Tourism,' Fair Path to Citizenship or Legal Loophole?
http://www.kcet.org/shows/socal_connected/content/health/newborns-finding-path-to-citizenship-via-birth-tourism.html It may be good for tourism, but are these women more than sight-seers? Reporter Laura Ling finds there's a lot of vacancy at L.A. County's "maternity hotels."
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How to Legally Smoke Weed in California | MERRY JANE News
Subscribe to the MERRY JANE Newsletter for the latest video releases and everything cannabis: https://goo.gl/Yc7jSN California has entered a whole new era and the days of cannabis prohibition are fading into the past. As of January 1st, 2018, California became the most populous U.S. state to legalize recreational cannabis use. The Golden State is not just transitioning from a medical marijuana-only state to a fully rec-legal state, however, it is also transitioning from a largely unregulated market to a tightly controlled one. This means that there are numerous laws, rules, and regulations governing exactly when, where, and how you can use pot. For Californians who are used to the “wild west” days of the unregulated medical marijuana market, or for tourists looking to legally purchase marijuana for the first time ever, the list of rules and regulations can be confusing. But there's no need to spend hours Googling the guidelines – MERRY JANE has prepared a concise list of do's and don'ts that will you have you sparking up on the right side of the law in no time. Full transcript below: As of 6am on January 1st, any adult in California is legally able to purchase weed for recreational use. While this offers stoners freedoms that haven't been seen since the 1920s, there are still many rules and regulations on how and where you can buy and smoke pot that you will need to keep in mind. Here's a quick breakdown of what you can and can't do: DO - Buy cannabis products at a licensed retail store. If you're 21 or older, you can walk into any licensed establishment and shop to your heart's content. Keep in mind that you are allowed to personally possess up to 28.5 grams of flower and 8 grams of concentrates at a time. DON'T – Expect to find a retail store in your neighborhood that's open on January 1st. Many towns have opted out of allowing recreational canna-businesses in their areas, and some cities have delayed their local start date for retail sales - so you may need to take a road trip to find some legal weed. DO – Smoke as much weed as you like in private. Proposition 64 authorizes local governments to license microbusinesses that will allow adults to purchase and cannabis onsite, but it will take time for these to become operational. In the meantime, enjoy your stash at home or at your friends' house. DON'T – Smoke pot in public. Using cannabis in public – including sidewalks, parks, restaurants, and beaches - is still illegal throughout the state, and offenders can be fined $100. If you are smoking pot in a place where cigarette smoking is also illegal, you can be fined up to $250. If you're a tourist, remember that many hotels also prohibit smoking up. DO – Grow your own marijuana. Adult California residents are legally allowed to grow up to 6 plants at home. Some local governments will be able to prohibit outdoor cultivation of marijuana, so check with your city government before planting some weed in your front yard. But even if your community prohibits outdoor grows, the law still gives you the right to grow your plants indoors. DON'T – Sell pot to anyone, especially minors. (image 2) The state has mandated that all retail sales be handled through licensed stores in order to put an end to black market sales and keep weed out of the hands of minors. You can, however, gift another adult 1 ounce of flower or 8 grams of concentrate. DO - Check your employer's drug policy. Because marijuana is still a Schedule I drug prohibited by the federal government, employers maintain the right to drug test employees and to fire anyone that tests positive for marijuana. DON'T – Drive under the influence or smoke pot in your car. Police will be conducting sobriety tests and enforcing marijuana-impaired driving as strictly as they enforce drunk driving laws. Also, if cops find an “open container” of weed – which can mean anything from an open baggie to a loaded vape pen to an unwrapped edible – you can be fined $100. DO - Get your criminal record expunged. If you have been previously arrested for possession or cultivation of small quantities of cannabis, you can petition the court to have this black mark removed from your records permanently. DON'T – Smuggle or take your weed out of state. It might be tempting to mail some edibles to your cousin in Alabama or to bring a secret stash with you on your holiday trip, but these ideas are dangerous and illegal. Not only do you risk putting yourself in hot water with the law, bringing or sending pot to a state where it's illegal can alert federal authorities, possibly inspiring them to crack down on legal cannabis in California. DO – Enjoy yourself! https://merryjane.com Follow MERRY JANE! Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/merryjane Instagram: https://instagram.com/merryjane Twitter: https://twitter.com/merryjane Snapchat: https://www.snapchat.com/add/merryjanemedia Subscribe to MERRY JANE's channel: http://www.youtube.com/c/merryjane
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California's marijuana tourism gets smoking
When California legalized recreational marijuana use in 2016, Gene Grozovskiy decided he would show tourists the big change behind the scenes! Now he's seeing some green, thanks to strong interest in all that grass in Los Angeles, considered the world's largest pot market where the air routinely smells of weed.
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10 Strange School Rules In NORTH KOREA
10 bizarre facts about the school system in North Korea. Subscribe to our channel: http://goo.gl/9CwQhg For copyright matters please contact us at: [email protected] When it comes to North Korea, they don’t always play by the same rules that the rest of the world follows. They have created some concern for the rest of us. Kim Jong-Un, his father and grandfather are considered to be gods with supernatural abilities. Given that there is so much control over North Korea by Kim Jong-Un’s regime, it’s no surprise that this translates over to the bizarre educational system where school rules are nothing short of strange. But when you think about it, these rules “almost” make sense, as they are ways of brainwashing their citizens and forcing them to buy into the country’s ideologies. Compared to the rest of the world, North Korea does have a rigid educational system, and they are held together by rules that don’t make much sense. Many of the rules actually go against basic human needs and nature. Our Social Media: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TheRichest.org Twitter: https://twitter.com/TheRichest_Com Instagram: http://instagram.com/therichest For more videos and articles visit: http://www.therichest.com/
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How to Register a drone in India ? | DGCA Drone laws 2019
Music - http://share.epidemicsound.com/n7RTH Follow me on : Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/hoppingbug/ Instagram : https://www.instagram.com/hopping_bug/ Twitter : https://twitter.com/hopping_bug Email: [email protected] Website: www.hoppingbug.com Important links: Register your drone here - https://digitalsky.dgca.gov.in Read rules and regulation for flying - http://www.dgca.nic.in/rpas/DGCA%20RPAS%20Guidance%20Manual.pdf Find form to be used to apply for UIN - http://dgca.nic.in/cars/D3X-X1.pdf The gears that I used for the shoot are : Camera - Sony a7iii with 24-105mm F4 lens, GoPro hero6 (for timelapse) Gimbal - DJI Ronin S Mic - Rode video mic pro plus Drone - DJI Mavic pro platinum
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DRONE LAWS in EUROPE: Where and how can you legally fly? (Germany, Austria, Malta & Sweden)
If you're going to Europe and plan to fly your drone, make sure to check the laws of all the countries you plan to travel to. The European Union does not have EU-wide drone laws at this point in time. That means you'll have to follow the laws put in place by individual countries. Some areas have completely banned the use of drones (such as Paris) and heavily enforce those rules (in Paris, tourists flying drones often spend a night in jail). But other countries, like Sweden, have relaxed laws that allow you to capture the beauty of the country. Some countries have some restrictions in place (like requiring permits or licenses), but still allow drone flights. In this video, I summarize the drone laws of the countries I most recently visited, including: - Germany (ok to fly with certain restrictions) - Austria (incredibly strict / near impossible to fly in populated areas) - Malta (relaxed) - Sweden (relaxed) Fly safe, be careful, respect the laws and have fun! My gear: My camera – Canon 5D Mark IV: https://amzn.to/2LTFOwT Canon 16-35mm lens (awesome wide angle): https://amzn.to/2Jsstx4 Canon 70-200 zoom lens (great for events): https://amzn.to/2Jms9A5 Canon 85mm 1.2 (my FAVORITE portrait lens): https://amzn.to/2kEuV5I Canon 85mm 1.8 (a cheaper alternative): https://amzn.to/2LQMAnk Canon 50mm 1.4 (second favorite portrait lens): https://amzn.to/2sAuKvN DJI Phantom 4 Pro drone: https://amzn.to/2spNwqq My favorite drone backpack: https://amzn.to/2snNE9M ND filters for my drone: https://amzn.to/2LPmS2x My baby drone (DJI Mavic Air): https://amzn.to/2MW4K6X GoPro Hero6: https://amzn.to/2LemFEF Find me on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/nicolesglass/ Tweet at me: https://twitter.com/nicolesglass Find me on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/NicoleGlassPhotography/
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Protected Trust Services - Why Use A Trust Account for Package Travel Regulation Compliance (2018)
Package Travel Regulation Compliance - Trust Account Solution for Travel Business Package Travel Regulation Compliance is a legal requirement in the UK and throughout Europe for tour operators, travel agents and independent travel homeworkers. Once you sell more than one element of travel you will be considered to sell a package. To read more about the definition of package see our PTS blog The Definition of a Package - https://www.protectedtrustservices.com/definition-package-ptr-1992/ The PTS trust account is supported by individual Supplier Failure Insurance and as such and travel company can make the trust account work for their business whilst ensuring complete consumer protection and Package Travel Regulation Compliance. For further details on the incredible PTS trust account solution for travel business see our further blog – Trust Account Solution For a Travel Business Explained - https://www.protectedtrustservices.com/trust-account-solution-for-a-travel-business-explained/ A trust account is undoubtedly the most cost effective and safest way for an travel professional to ensure PTR compliance. At PTS we specialise in offering travel companies and travel professionals a solid and innovative solution to ensure each business is compliant and successful. Call with any questions and we will be delighted to support you. Tel 020 7190 9988 or email us [email protected] https://www.protectedtrustservices.com/trust-account-solution-for-a-travel-business-explained/ https://www.protectedtrustservices.com/package-travel-regulation-compliance/
New Labor regulation institutes mandatory vacation day per week
The Labor Ministry has announced that starting in August, it will levy penalties of up to NT$300,000 against businesses who fail to give their employees at least one designated day off per week. Although the regulation reserves some flexibility for tourism operators and other service industries to rearrange employee vacation days, it is expected to increase overtime pay accordingly. Some said the changes would increase operating costs by more than a third. Past situations where employees worked more than 10 consecutive days may now become illegal under a new Labor Ministry law. The regulation, to take effect at the start of August, will require most businesses to give workers one mandatory day off during any given seven-day period or face fines up to NT$300,000. However, 40 designated service sectors, including security, tourism and travel, will retain an additional degree of flexibility in arranging work hours for employees.Chang Sheng-chiehFormer Convenience Store EmployeeI think that all of us workers, whether we’re in the public or private sector, should be covered under the Labor Standards Act. There shouldn’t be any more differentiation.Managers of businesses allowed to retain flexible working hours will be able to shift their employees’ break days after a process of negotiation, effectively putting a legal cap on consecutive work days for employees in these sectors at 12. However, overtime pay for these workers would still be subject to the requirements of the Cabinet’s pending five-day work week law, which in its current draft would institute a variable overtime rate for a weekly “vacation day” ranging from 233 to 266 percent of normal hourly wages.Hsu Hao-yuanGeneral Chamber of CommerceA majority of Chinese tourist groups, about 80 percent, come for 8 days and 7 nights, and under this new law, if they go to Kaohsiung I would have to switch to another (tour bus) driver. This would increase costs by at least one third. The Labor Ministry said those businesses able to retain flexible working hours would still have to give employees one mandated day off a week, but could pay overtime to have people work that day.
The New Amsterdam? Pot Tourism in Colorado
"Entrepreneurs looking to profit from Colorado's legalization of recreational pot use are praising proposed rules that could encourage marijuana tourism. The task force drawing up regulations to govern the marijuana law recommended late Tuesday that state legislators shouldn't require those purchasing pot to be residents. Reflecting some concerns however, the task force recommended that tourists should be able to purchase only small amounts of marijuana and suggested potentially putting up notices at stores and airports warning travelers not to take marijuana out of the state."* Colorado has approved pot tourism, meaning even people who don't live in the state can smoke marijuana legally. How much will this help the state economy, and what are the new rules? Cenk Uygur and Ana Kasparian break it down. *Read more from Wall Street Journal: http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424127887323864304578316521035888206.html Support The Young Turks by Subscribing http://www.youtube.com/user/theyoungturks Like Us on Facebook: Follow Us on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/theyoungturks Buy TYT Merch: http://theyoungturks.spreadshirt.com/
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Onsite Consumption, Cannabis Events, Cannabis Tourism in California
California is one of the few places in the United States where cannabis can be lawfully consumed in a social setting. This panel of legal experts explored the local regulation of onsite consumption at cannabis lounges and storefront dispensaries, as well as state-licensed cannabis events, and the bright future of cannabis tourism in the Golden State. The panel features industry experts and an in-depth discussion of how recently signed legislation (AB2020) will transform the event landscape and make California a global epicenter of cannabis tourism. Speakers Omar Figueroa, Law Offices of Omar Figueroa Amanda Ostrowitz, CannaRegs Pamela Epstein, Green Wise Consulting LLC Diane Czarkowski, Canna Advisors At California Cannabis Business Conference 2018 in Anaheim. Hosted by: California Cannabis Industry Association National Cannabis Industry Association California Growers Association UCBA
How to Convert Canada Tourist Visa to Work Visa | Legal Way to Get Canadian Work Permit
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UN: Israeli Regulation Bill 'in contravention of international law' - UN spokesperson
UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres denounced Israel's 'Regulation Bill' during a press conference at UN headquarters in New York City, Tuesday, a law passed by the Israeli parliament Monday that retroactively legalises illegal settlement-building in the Palestinian West Bank. The spokesperson for the UN Secretary-General Stephane Dujarric reported, "This bill is in contravention of international law and will have far reaching legal consequences for Israel," adding, "it reportedly provides immunity to settlements and outposts in the occupied West Bank that were built on privately-owned Palestinian land." Dujarric continued stating, "The Secretary-General insists on the need to avoid any actions that would derail the two-state solution. All core issues should be resolved between the parties through direct negotiations on the basis of relevant Security Council resolutions and mutual agreements. The law, passed Monday in the Israeli parliament, retroactively legalises almost 4,000 settlements built on illegally occupied and privately owned Palestinian land in the West Bank. This comes against the UN Security Council Resolution 2334, which states that Israeli settlements on occupied Palestinian land within the 1967 borders, have no legal basis. Video ID: 20170207-093 Video on Demand: http://www.ruptly.tv Contact: [email protected] Twitter: http://twitter.com/Ruptly Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/Ruptly
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QTIC Sharing Economy Forum - Rules and Regulations of sharing economy (Video 1)
Discussion from the Queensland Tourism Industry Council (QTIC) Sharing Economy Forum, 23 October 2014, where panelists explored the implications of the sharing economy and collaborative consumption on the tourism and travel industry. Moderator Amy Remeikis (Brisbane Times) guided conversation from panelists Sam McDonagh, Country Manager Australia/New Zealand for Airbnb; Mike Anderson, Chief Operating Officer and Director for Oaks Hotels & Resorts; Trevor Atherton, Partner, Atherton Legal; Lauren Capelin from The Collaborative Lab; Julien Coste, Sales Manager Australia/New Zealand for TripAdvisor; and John Tighe, General Manager for Black & White Cabs. View the conversation on Twitter via #QTICSharingEconomy or view the event media release at http://www.qtic.com.au/news/collaborative-economy-expert-says-%E2%80%98sharing-economy%E2%80%99-presents-big-opportunities-tech-enabled-fut. QTIC is the peak industry body for tourism in Queensland, acting as “The Voice of Tourism”. QTIC is a private sector, membership-based organisation representing the interests of the tourism and hospitality industry across Queensland.
*Taken from tomorrow's new episode of the Real Ones Podcast - In this clip we are discussing the legal cannabis purchasing limits in CA stores, and whether or not that regulation should exist. Let us know how you feel below! Real Ones YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCoNScN95zkIfCBPtiKHI6Uw Shane's YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/TokeDaddySlim Danny's YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/Funkmastakush OUR SPONSORS: https://www.thepipeking.com - DISCOUNT CODE: purplekush https://www.madefromdirtorganics.com INSTAGRAM: @RealOnesPodcast @RealOnes.ENT @theCCC420 @shane_omac831 @dannyflavors @thepipeking FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/theCCC420/ EMAIL TO SEND VOICE MESSAGES: [email protected] #SubToOurOtherChannels #CCC420 #REALONESPODCAST
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Dubai Rules- Do's & Don's while in UAE by Mamta Sachdeva
While there are various well-known laws to consider while in Dubai and the surrounding emirates, some of the UAE’s lesser-known restrictions are often overlooked. From Dubai to Abu Dhabi, these are some of the strangest ways you can get arrested, fined or even deported from the country. During Ramadan, for tourists, several more rules are introduced. They are forbidden to eat and drink in public places. In order to circumvent this rule, restaurants at hotels often use special screens for windows. Also, tourists should not listen loudly to music and dance during holidays. Both Muslims and non-Muslims will be punished for violating these rules. Do's & Don'ts of Month of Ramadan in UAE Video Link : https://youtu.be/0jSmDaiwH20 A few Playlist done for you :- Cabin Crew Salary:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v6ktfLzh7E8&list=PLyO_m52vP7ltw-wKuVCuVFU8d2ttgWTjB How to apply Step by Step: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=odjJpSZ8rD4&list=PLyO_m52vP7luOflk3-TXMzivuZYrh9dtg Cabin Crew Make up/Hairstyle:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1CrHrBMiUos&list=PLyO_m52vP7lt3C6LfUJnCSPei3IDiEHA4 Cabin Crew/Air hostess Q&A 1: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list... Cabin Crew/Air hostess Q&A 2: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list... Cabin Crew/Air hostess Q&A 3: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list... Misconceptions of Cabin Crew JOb: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kuw5Pj_zMA4&list=PLyO_m52vP7luyGmJnoSVouKN09ew6BeI3 Reality of Cabin Crew Job:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DTKIx4BIkuU&list=PLyO_m52vP7ls2puzrZq2FrlyXcJlxHwiY Cabin Crew Skincare Tips:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2hlzkDjBMjc&list=PLyO_m52vP7lsDPNzxW59H56DhuahqEfF_ Ground staff Jobs:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xFd8JdkFDZ8&list=PLyO_m52vP7lt8yMNRIgEe1WyVpr8griW3 First Time Travel Tips : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=56N2Gm9vCbA&list=PLyO_m52vP7lvXupFsHRaA79XjOZX6h1fC How I bacame Cabin Crew: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s3yEMjrlslM&list=PLyO_m52vP7lvwQoqrJWJN0X2EhiBLI3Ge Dubai/Abu Dhabi Vlogs: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s3yEMjrlslM&list=PLyO_m52vP7lvwQoqrJWJN0X2EhiBLI3Ge Dubai Travel Vlogs :https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fAcXUjjhb7c&list=PLyO_m52vP7lvHWSuon8lEp_HH0TUXLDFa Follow ME: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/mamta_sachdeva_moga/ Facebook Page:https://www.facebook.com/Msachdevamoga/ snapchat: https://www.snapchat.com/add/mamtasachdeva24/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/mamta_moga?s=09 Business Enquiries: [email protected] Music Courtesy: www.bensound.com -I am not a spokesperson for any company or brand, I am not a legal adviser
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ISPCS 2018 -  Panel on Commercial Space Law & Policy
Panel Discussion: Law, Policy and the Meaning of Commercial Space Franceska Schroeder, Principal, Fish & Richardson Audrey Powers, Deputy General Counsel, Blue Origin Kelly Garehime, Associate General Counsel, United Launch Alliance Caryn Schenewerk, Senior Counsel and Senior Director, Space Flight Policy, SpaceX What does it mean to be a U.S. commercial space company? Space tourism, launch services for commercial satellites, cargo missions to the International Space Station – are they all commercial space activities? Are there unique laws and policies that apply to commercial operators or do the same apply to all entities engaged in space activities? What will be the impact on your business of the Trump Administration’s efforts to reduce regulatory burdens, streamline licensing and regulation of commercial space activities, and reshape U.S. and international frameworks. This panel analyzes these questions to help you navigate successfully the laws and policies that apply to your commercial space business. Thumbnail photo by Heriberto Ibarra ISPCS intro music and ambience sounds: "Ambienta Soundtrack Crystal Airlines" & "Sparkle.” Used under the Creative Commons license: https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ “Bobby Drake” by Benjamin Banger. Follow on Instagram @BenJaminBanger and benbanger.com Used under the Creative Commons license: https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0/
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Air Law & Space Law: spatial delimitation between airspace & outer space | Dr Gbenga Oduntan
THINK KENT – INTERNATIONAL THINKERS | GLOBAL IMPACT There is no universally agreed precise legal, technical or political definition of either the boundaries separating airspace from outer space or of the term ‘outer space’ itself. Yet two separate legal regimes exist for the regulation of these two environments. Whilst states have complete and exclusive sovereignty of their airspace, there can be no exercise of sovereignty in outer space other than jurisdiction over space flight vehicles and objects such as space stations. In this lecture, Dr Gbenga Oduntan, Senior Lecturer in International Commercial Law at the University of Kent, critiques the leading theories that have been postulated to solve this problem, and proposes an original solution regarding the spatial demarcation boundary point issue in air and space law. ► SEARCH for a course at the University of Kent: http://www.kent.ac.uk/courses/?utm_source=YouTube&utm_medium=OduntanSearch&utm_campaign=ThinkKent1516 ► Research at Kent: https://www.kent.ac.uk/research/?utm_source=YouTube&utm_medium=OduntanResearch&utm_campaign=ThinkKent1516 ► SUBSCRIBE for more Think Kent lectures: http://www.youtube.com/user/UniversityofKent?sub_confirmation=1 ABOUT DR GBENGA ODUNTAN Dr Oduntan is Senior Lecturer in International Commercial Law at Kent Law School. His primary research interests span public and private international law, particularly international courts and tribunals; arbitration; international commercial law, anti corruption law; land/maritime boundary and territorial disputes; and air and space law. He teaches undergraduate and postgraduate modules in International Business Transactions, International Commercial Arbitration, and Laws of the Maritime, Air and Outer Spaces. He also supervises research students in areas including International Commercial Law, Public International Law, and International Arbitration. ► Find out more about Dr Gbenga Oduntan: https://www.kent.ac.uk/law/people/academic/Oduntan,_Gbenga.html?utm_source=YouTube&utm_medium=OduntanProfile&utm_campaign=ThinkKent1516 Find the University of Kent on social media: ► Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/UniversityofKent ► Twitter: https://twitter.com/unikent ► Instagram: https://instagram.com/unikentlive/ ► LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/university-of-kent
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Washin-stoned? Businessmen want to bring in 'cannabis tourism'
TACOMA, Wash. -- With recent changes in marijuana laws, travel guru Arthur Frommer predicts so-called "pot tours" will be a travel trend in 2013. A Colorado man has already taken charge of that idea, and many wonder if Washington will be next. Matt Brown of Denver created the first ever tour company in North America to focus solely on cannabis tours. It's called My 420 Tours. "The last thing we want as a tour operator is to pick someone up at the airport, drop a gallon size bag of weed on their lap and say, 'go have fun in Colorado,'" Brown said. Just like wine tours travel from winery to winery, Brown's group will sample Colorado's finest weed. "We are going to take them through a licensed dispensary and grow operation. They'll have a hash making class. We are doing a class at a cooking school, teaching them how to cook with cannabis," Brown said. It culminates in the Cannabis Cup, which is considered the Olympics of pot growing. It will be the first time the event has been held outside of Amsterdam. Out-of-state tourists can come to Washington to sample the state's wine, but they cannot come in and buy Washington pot. That's not the case in Colorado, where the law allows visitors to legally buy small amounts of pot. "They should allow out-of-state people to purchase small amounts of cannabis," said Michael Schaef of Tacoma's Stonegate Marijuana Vapor Bar. Schaef and his partner Jeff Call run the state's first vapor bar, which is under fire by regulators for allowing cannabis users to smoke pot inside. The men say they've gotten calls from all over the country to host a pot tour. "I would love to bring them out, and I would love to have some of that out-of-state money coming here to Washington," Call said. The duo would like to see Washington's law changed to allow for pot tourism. "Let's try and do it the right way. Let's make it so people aren't breaking the law," Schaef said. Right now, Colorado's proposed laws are less strict than Washington's, but the quality is what's appealing. "We have the best cannabis in the world, hands down," Schaef said.
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Inside a recreational pot factory in Canada
Questions remain whether there will be enough supply to meet the demand for recreational marijuana when it becomes legal in Canada next week. Brett Ruskin takes us inside a P.E.I. cannabis growing facility, to see how the island’s largest producer plans to meet that demand. »»» Subscribe to CBC News to watch more videos: http://bit.ly/1RreYWS Connect with CBC News Online: For breaking news, video, audio and in-depth coverage: http://bit.ly/1Z0m6iX Find CBC News on Facebook: http://bit.ly/1WjG36m Follow CBC News on Twitter: http://bit.ly/1sA5P9H For breaking news on Twitter: http://bit.ly/1WjDyks Follow CBC News on Instagram: http://bit.ly/1Z0iE7O Download the CBC News app for iOS: http://apple.co/25mpsUz Download the CBC News app for Android: http://bit.ly/1XxuozZ »»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»» For more than 75 years, CBC News has been the source Canadians turn to, to keep them informed about their communities, their country and their world. Through regional and national programming on multiple platforms, including CBC Television, CBC News Network, CBC Radio, CBCNews.ca, mobile and on-demand, CBC News and its internationally recognized team of award-winning journalists deliver the breaking stories, the issues, the analyses and the personalities that matter to Canadians.
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New Landlords Association to focus on rent control issues - 22.05.19
The Gibraltar Landlord Association has been formed, promising to work with the authorities to modernise Gibraltar’s housing laws. It says deficiencies in rent control legislation - highlighted by GBC in recent Viewpoint programmes - are leading to issues affecting home owners, tenants and service providers in town and the upper town areas, in particular. The Gibraltar Landlord Association believes many local landlords face the same practical, regulatory and legal problems. And that this stems from outdated and unfair legislation. Earlier this year, pressure group Action for Housing took GBC’s Viewpoint to speak to local people living in desperate housing conditions in the old town. Rodney Perera was among the landlords who responded to argue that the Housing Act punished both tenants and landlords alike. On a subsequent Viewpoint, the Housing Minister Samantha Sacramento said the Government would consult landlords, property professionals and tenants as part of a "wholesale review" of housing legislation. Now, landlords have organised to influence this process. More than 40 reportedly attended the association’s first meeting. They want to work with the different stakeholders, including: the Government, the Environmental Agency, the Heritage Trust and Action for Housing to improve housing legislation. The association thinks this would lead to a regeneration and beautification of Gibraltar’s historic district, so that it can become more financially sustainable and also a focal point for tourism.
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L7/P8: Smart Cities-Meaning, Benchmarks, Funding, Criticism; Prasad, Hriday Tourism
Language: Hindi, Topics Covered: 1. Mains GS1: urbanization, their problems and their remedies- an overview 2. Definition of smart cities. 3. Why do we need smart cities? some real examples. 4. Benchmark and pillars of Smart cities- smart electricity, water and sanitation, public transport, housing infrastructure, education infrastructure, healthcare, connectivity and economic infrastructure- benchmarks for each 5. Three documents required for applying as smart city, process of shortlisting and selection by states and union government. 6. Funding mechanism for Smart city: budget allotment, user fees, FDI, REITs, InvITs mechanism and SEBI norms 7. Criticism against Smart city project: (1) ghost towns of China (2) Activist Opposition (3) Sociologist Opposition 8. Prasad: Pilgrimage Rejuvenation and Spirituality Augmentation Drive by tourism Ministry – salient features of 9. Hriday: Heritage City Development and Augmentation Yojana- salient features of. Powerpoint available at http://Mrunal.org/download Exam-Utility: UPSC CSAT, Prelims, Mains, CDS, CAPF, Bank, RBI, IBPS, SSC and other competitive exams, IIM, XLRI, MBA interviews and GDPI Faculty Name: Mrunal Patel Venue: Sardar Patel Institute of Public Administration (SPIPA), Satellite, Ahmedabad, Gujarat,India
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Tourist giving birth in US : who is the course for? Part 3
Who needs to know about the requirement and regulation for a tourist or foreigner giving birth in the USA. This is a series video with many parts. Subscribe and look out for other parts. Happy viewing.
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SA’s visa crisis: where Gigaba went legally wrong in protecting children
South Africa's Department of Home Affairs seems to have latched onto the wrong legislation when drafting its crazy new emigration regulations for children. In this video, I speak to Greg Vogt (CEO, Knysna Tourism) about my latest article on the issue. My article: http://www.thistourismweek.co.za/newsletters/tbcsa-tbi-falls-q2-2015/ Carmel Ricard's article: New anti-tourism immigration regulations: officials in confused legal muddle-up http://www.tradingplaces2night.co.za/carmels-writing/new-anti-tourism-immigration-regulations-officials-in-confused-legal-muddle-up/ Download the Centre for Child Law's media release here: http://www.tradingplaces2night.co.za/wp-content/uploads/2015/07/2015.07.16_NEW-IMMIGRATION-REGULATION-%E2%80%9CIT-IS-A-MESS%E2%80%9D-1.pdf
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California legal marijuana sales fall
In California's first year of recreational marijuana sales, legal cannabis revenue is unexpectedly down, while the state's black market continues to thrive. Aditi Roy reports.
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