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chartism

the monitoring of price movements of financial securities such as STOCKS and SHARES and FOREIGN CURRENCIES as a means of indicating appropriate buying and selling positions. See SHARE PRICE INDEX, STOCK MARKET, FOREIGN EXCHANGE MARKET.
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In contrast to the ASEAN Charter, the People's Charter interprets a people-oriented ASEAN as one which is people-centred and people-empowered.
On 6th March, 20 more were arrested as they took to the streets with the People's Charter in the face of heavy police presence in Masvingo.
PHM is bound by a commitment to the People's Charter for Health and includes country circles, issue circles and affiliates who are actively involved in advancing the work of the PHM.
The award was presented by Jenny Caldwell, member of the Young People's Charter Award Panel, to Connexions Tees Valley chief executive, Fiona Blacke, who said: "I'm delighted to receive the award.
Join this march to endorse the People's Charter for Health, the largest consensus document on health (since Alma-Ata and building on its foundations), endorsed during the People's Health Assembly, an historic summit held in 2000.
Sketchy as it is, his People's Charter isn't a bad response to that problem; I'd certainly sign it.
The name of the movement came from the 1838 "six-point People's Charter," which demanded universal suffrage (for men), secret-ballot voting, annual elections, equal electoral districts, no property qualifications for members of Parliament, and payment for service as a member of Parliament.
Instead, the book focuses on "historic rights movements in which all participants are engaged in forging a dynamic, evolving people's charter of rights.
The People's Charter called for six basic reforms to make the political system more democratic - a vote for every man over the age of 21, a secret ballot, no property qualification for members of Parliament, payment for MPs (so poor men could serve), constituencies of equal size and annual elections for Parliament.
The exhibit commemorates the 175th anniversary of the publication of the People's Charter which demanded universal suffrage for men and a secret ballot.
NE-Generation, an independent youth work charity based in North East England, proposed a Young People's Charter for Arts and Culture to prevent growing talent being wiped out by Government and council cuts.
NE-Generation, an independent youth work charity based in North East England, has proposed a Young People's Charter for Arts and Culture to prevent growing talent being wiped out by government and council cuts.
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