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The Council’s decisions provide guidance on HIV/AIDS-related issues to governmental departments and voluntary associations.
Above all, in the political tradition to which I belong, political parties are voluntary associations of like-minded citizens.
Indeed, the largest voluntary association in Ireland is the Gaelic Athletic Association.
It is a voluntary association but they had to spend £1, 700 last year to restock with fish waters that have been depleted.
Unlike the United States of America, Europe is a voluntary association of sovereign independent states.
We are not alone in highlighting these abuses: there have been loud protests from large parts of the Catholic Church, and both lay and Catholic voluntary associations and organisations.
Citizens of Kazakhstan are guaranteed the possibility of exercising their right to freedom of association and to establish, operate, reorganize or dissolve voluntary associations.
The experience gathered by this voluntary association in conducting economic training projects in such areas as working for success, the rudiments of investment theory, the grooming of future entrepreneurs, etc., demonstrates the effectiveness of this method in modelling practice.
The tendency of migrants from the same origin to live in close-knit communities at destination facilitates the development of self-help institutions and voluntary associations.
Their existence is a result of their free decision, and the State is duty bound to allow the establishment and maintenance of voluntary associations, including those whose major purpose is to protect and develop the culture of a minority group.