(102) See, e.g., ILOC Convention, supra note 72, art.
(106) See Legal Companion to the UN-REDD Programme, supra note 1, at 4 (stating 200 states have adopted numerous treaties and covenants recognizing duties to obtain FPIC); see also Richardson & Craig, supra note 72, at 203-06 (describing development of indigenous rights, including participatory rights, in international law); ILOC Convention, arts.
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The purpose of the load configuration code is to describe how cargo will be loaded for delivery to the POD, an ILOC, or the unit's destination.
Discharge constraint codes describe the limitations or restrictions that exist at the POD, ILOC, or destination.
In November 2013, the Indian Law and Order Commission (ILOC), pursuant to the Tribal Law and Order Act of 2010, issued a report titled "A Roadmap for Making Native America Safer" ("ILOC Roadmap") to the President and Congress analyzing law enforcement and criminal justice issues on reservations and other areas governed by tribal courts.
The ILOC Roadmap addresses the very limited role that tribes and tribal courts in Alaska currently play in resolving criminal offenses and determining the resulting punishment.
Roadmap next suggests increasing the land base for Alaska tribes by transferring ANCSA corporation lands to tribal governments and allowing tribes to put land into trust.
In November of 2013, the Indian Law and Order Commission (ILOC
) issued a report entitled "A Roadmap for Making Native America Safer." (143) Their findings regarding the lack of justice in Indian Country led to a recommendation to "reinforc[e] the power of locally based Tribal criminal justice systems" as part of a broader set of recommendations related to reinstating and recognizing Indian Country in Alaska.
Studies have revealed that people with internal locus of control (ILOCs
) have higher levels of perceived autonomy at work (Spector & O'Connell, 1994), are more motivated, involved and feel more able to participate in decision making than externals (Kimmons & Greenhaus, 1976).