The President said 'Knowledge is common heritage of mankind and peoples of all nations and communities have contributed to the building of this pyramid as it does not belong exclusively to any one nation or any geographical area''.
What does CHM stand for?
CHM stands for Common Heritage of Mankind
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Organizations, NGOs, schools, universities, etc.
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We have 128 other meanings of CHM in our Acronym Attic
- Chinese Herbal Medicine
- Chirurgiae Magister (Master of Surgery)
- Choir Master (Royal College of Organists)
- Clearing House Mechanism (various organizations)
- Club Hippique de Meaux (French: Meaux Equestrian Club; Meaux, France)
- College of Human Medicine
- Colorado History Museum (Denver, CO)
- Commission on Home Ministries
- Commission on Human Medicines (Medicines and Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency; UK)
- Communication Homme-Machine (French)
- Compiled HTML Help Format
- Computer and Hi-Tech Management Company
- Computer History Museum
- Congregation of the Humility of Mary (religious order)
- Congregational Health Ministry
- Considering Homeschooling Ministry
- cultural heritage management
- Culture & Heritage Museums (Rock Hill, SC)
- California Hotel & Motel Association (now the California Hotel & Lodging Association)
Samples in periodicals archive:
71 KZA1145 Tuerk (a judge and former vice-president of the International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea in Hamburg, Germany) compiles various articles he has written on law of the sea topics, including the evolution of the law of the sea, the results of the Third United Nations Conference on the Law of the Sea, the rights of coastal states, the principle of the common heritage of mankind, the situation of landlocked states, the role of the International Tribunal, waning freedom of the seas, and recent phenomena like the resurgency of piracy and terrorism at sea.
The FJP has a proposed vision for the constitution by gathering what is legally known as the common heritage of mankind, according to Saleh.
Since ancient times the South China Sea has been a common heritage of mankind and a source of livelihood to the peoples of coastal states straddling the area," Barican said.
The controversial heart of UNCLOS is its declaration of the deep seabed outside national jurisdiction as "the common heritage of mankind," with profits derived from it to be shared by all countries.
Many would see this as a legitimate question to ask at a time when the industrialization of world beat is moving in the same direction as a pharmaceutical industry that rips off the medical knowledge of the shaman, treats patentable drugs as "the common heritage of mankind," and seeks in some cases to actually patent plant genes for its biotechnology sector.
According to article 136 of LOST, "The Area and its resources are the common heritage of mankind.
Article 136 of the treaty declares: "The Area and its resources are the common heritage of mankind.