They have international obligations to uphold.
Police officers, by and large, try to uphold that oath.
The legislation that the EHRC is bound to uphold is the Equality Act of 2010.
You did not place your hand on the Constitution and swear to uphold the Bible.”
Many said they felt the company favors people who are interested in working out or fitness, to uphold its athletic image.
The military is avowedly apolitical, sworn to uphold the Constitution and not to represent any political party or faction.
Gu Yanwu also enjoined rulers to uphold the Confucian “four bonds” (siwei) as the overarching principles that guided history:
“Pharmaceutical companies, vaccine developers have moral, societal and contractual responsibilities, which they need to uphold.
"It's important an entity like Wada exists - it is there to uphold a set of rules that apply to every country and every athlete.
They could uphold this obstruction, and they could uphold that obstruction, and they could send all these signals.
The agenda was described as “important issues concerning how to uphold and improve the socialist system with Chinese characteristics”.
If the Chief Justice wanted to uphold restrictions on abortion, he would have voted . . . to uphold restrictions on abortion.
While they can no longer formally represent The Queen, the Sussexes have made clear that everything they do will continue to uphold the values of Her Majesty.
After all, to uphold the freedom of expression, as Germany is committed to do, is also to uphold the freedom to offend—however vile that may be.
“Trump’s sanctions order against ICC personnel and their families – some of whom could be American citizens – is a dangerous display of his contempt for human rights and those working to uphold them.
…the value of individual liberty is not absolute, but stands subject to…the authority of established government…the conservative will seek to uphold all those practices and institutions through which habits of allegiance are acquired.
And as public health agencies race to beat back fringe science and viral videos attesting to a vast government conspiracy surrounding the pandemic, they now must confront elements within their own ranks attacking scientists whose messages they are paid to uphold.
The Constitution “gives Americans the right to freedom of speech and of peaceful assembly,” Milley wrote, calling on the armed forces to “uphold the values of our nation, and to operate consistent with national laws and our own high standards of conduct at all times.”
"So while we recognise this is an opportunity for adding value, we want to reinforce to brand owners that they have an obligation to uphold welfare and avoid creating misunderstanding and concern amongst consumers by not acknowledging the strict rules already in place."
BBC Research & Development is working with colleagues across the BBC, as well as academic and expert institutions, to develop Machine Learning - and data-enabled technologies more generally - in ways that reflect and uphold core BBC values and support the BBC in delivering its remit.
- keep or maintain in unaltered condition; cause to remain or last
- stand up for; stick up for; of causes, principles, or ideals
- support against an opponent
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