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transition

1. verb To make a change to one's external gender presentation to align with one's internal gender identity. The process of transitioning can include many different actions, either individually or in combination, such as changing one's name or undergoing medical intervention, such as sex reassignment surgery or hormone replacement therapy. She plans to transition by doing hormone replacement therapy.
2. noun The process of making such a change. The hardest part of my transition was not having the full support of some of my friends, unfortunately.
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The tasks of the transitional period also include dismantling the structure of the empowerment system of the ousted regime and building the state of law and institutions.
The TMC has been changing its position over power-sharing agreement; particularly the transitional legislative assembly, and this raises serious concerns.
Medani Abas Medani, a leading member of the opposition alliance, noted that negotiations would continue on Wednesday to discuss the details of the formation of the joint transitional council and the percentage of representation of the two sides.
Earlier this year, Great Place to Work Institute, an independent research and consulting firm, also honored Transitional Care of Arlington Heights with certification as a "Great Place to Work" following the evaluation of more than 60 elements of team members' experiences on the job.
Consideration could also be given to a separate display which highlights Taiwan's transitions to democracy, its new-found respect for human rights, and the importance of the Transitional Justice process itself.
Transitional housing has helped dozens of Aboriginal families in towns across the Kimberley and is now available to support Aboriginal families in Port Hedland.
The Hosanna Transitional Living home offers 24/7 supervision, onsite school support, case management, local transportation and full room and board for its residents.
While research on transitional objects remains minimal, the significance of these objects is considered to last over time and into adulthood (Galligan, 1994).
Yet, we still talk about the transitional justice that the constitution stipulates, when Judge Henedy took over the ministry, but he did nothing for transitional justice.
I'd like to focus my remarks today on the relationship between transitional justice and rule of law, as concepts, and as fields of scholarship and practice; to propose a re-conceptualization of transitional justice in rule of law terms; and draw some lessons for the rule of law field about what such a reconceptualization means for how we do transitional justice.
(2): This Declaration organizes governance rules during the transitional period.
SANA'A, June 9--The Regional Conference on Transitional Justice was held on Saturday and Sunday under the auspices of the Ministry of Legal Affairs and in collaboration with the UN Development Program (UNDP) and UN Human Rights Agency (OHCHR) to discuss the transitional justice law and its implementation.
Families of the missing; a test for contemporary approaches to transitional justice.
Voltmer, Katrin, The Media in Transitional Democracies, Polity Press, Cambridge, 2013, ISBN 9 7807 4564 4592, 275 pp., A$34.95.
Summary: Given Egypt's current political climate, interest in transitional justice has been growing -- it has been portrayed as lifesaving and vital to the country "moving forward" in its shift to more democratic rule.
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