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A sense of pride can be felt when a country that is facing hunger, food insecurity or other turmoil comes together to support its athletes and team. This creates a common voice and a common denominator for the country, which can transform into a global common denominator. (...) Currently, we are making progress towards launching a line of sports nutrition products with RiceBran Technologies. (...) It is important to understand that nutrition and wellness are the basis for sport, incorporated in ways to instil healthy lifestyles, but also to rally together communities in support of a common denominator.
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Score: 1068632.4 - https://www.un.org/en/chronicl...nger-and-achieve-food-security
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Sports teach discipline, team work, integrity, compassion and the need to support each other to achieve a common goal. (...) Violent extremists often ban sports and attack sporting events because they understand the profound power that sports have to bring people together and lift them up. (...) The programme will be delivered in cooperation with the United Nations Alliance of Civilization, the UN Interregional Criminal Justice Research Institute and the International Centre for Sport and Security. It is an innovative programme, which will bring together the counter-terrorism and security communities with prevention of violent extremism specialists, local communities, and private sector entities, who will work hand-in-hand in the common endeavor of securing major sporting events, and in preventing violent extremism.
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Score: 1061725.2 - https://www.un.org/sites/www.u...ve_side_event_25_september.pdf
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I personally vouch for the mental and physical benefits of sports. Since entering public office and public life I have done a lot of running. Yes, some of that running has been for political office – but some of it has also been on the track and on sports fields. My friends, Sports can be a vehicle for both global peace and achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals. (...) As many countries prepare to gather in Beijing next year, let us acknowledge the key lesson that we have learned from the pandemic: all of humanity shares a common destiny. As we watch athletes, representing every flag, every colour, and every background, compete in the Olympics, let us celebrate our common humanity.
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Score: 1045212.1 - https://www.un.org/pga/76/2021...ort-for-development-and-peace/
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It is important to understand that nutrition and wellness are the basis for sport, incorporated in ways to instil healthy lifestyles, but also to rally together communities in support of a common denominator. (...) Thomas Bach The Olympic Movement, the United Nations and the Pursuit of Common Ideals In our highly interconnected and interdependent world, progress in safeguarding the values of sport and in strengthening sport in society requires cooperation. In order for sport to serve humanity, sport must engage with society.
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Score: 1044174.3 - https://www.un.org/en/issue/384
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UNESCO’s joining reflects its leading role in the UN system in the sports field, with their hosting of the World Conference of Ministers of Sport ; the Kazan Action Plan , and the Antidoping Convention . (...) Coordinated by the AFD, the members of the Coalition will establish a task force to determine a common vision, objectives and an action plan. This is a major initiative in the sports world especially during the current challenging context worldwide. (...) Sports will not only help to restore health and resilience, but also to build more cohesive and peaceful societies by disseminating the values of sports, such as empathy, respect, discipline, fair game and team building. stresses Ms Gabriela Ramos, UNESCO Assistant Director-General for Social and Human Sciences The Sport for Development Coalition was launched on the occasion of the Finance in Common Summit that gathered for the first time some 450 national, regional and international public development banks.
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Score: 1038244.6 - https://en.unesco.org/news/une...ks-sport-development-coalition
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: FREE TEXT If uniformed personnel are affected, what is the nationality of personnel? FREE TEXT Common Factors Amongst Identified Cases of Outbreak Refer to Annex 1 for examples of potential common factors to consider. (...) Belong to same contingent, same UN office etc)? · Worked in a common location / area outside of their accommodation? (...) · Attend a gathering (e.g. religious event, sports event, meetings, ceremonies...etc)? · Use common transportation (e.g. vehicle, aircraft or watercraft)?
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Score: 1031435.45 - https://www.un.org/sites/un2.u...rus_outbreakreportingform.docx
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Recognizing that inclusion is not only a challenge to be overcome but moreover a call to pro-active action purposefully to pursue and embrace diversity as an enhancer to common practice; 11. Stressing that gender equality and the empowerment of women and girls in and through sport are not only fundamental components of national and international sport policy but are also crucial factors for good governance, and for maximizing the contribution of sport to sustainable development and peace; 12. (...) We support the following five actions, presented in Annex 2, as catalysts for multi-stakeholder cooperation at the international and national levels: 1. elaborate an advocacy tool presenting evidence-based arguments for investments in physical education, physical activity and sport; 2. develop common indicators for measuring the contribution of physical education, physical activity and sport to prioritized SDGs and targets; 3. unify and further develop international standards supporting sport ministers’ interventions in the field of sport integrity (in correlation with the International Convention against Doping in Sport); 4. conduct a feasibility study on the establishment of a Global Observatory for Women, Sport, Physical Education and Physical Activity; 5. develop a clearinghouse for sharing information according to the sport policy follow-up framework developed for MINEPS VI; MINEPS VI – Kazan Action Plan – page 4 29. (...) The Declaration of Berlin (2013) expresses an activity-oriented policy consensus of policy-makers, whereas the International Charter of Physical Education, Physical Activity and Sport (2015) formulates a common vision amongst different stakeholders on the fundamental principles and values that should guide physical education, physical activity and sport programmes.
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Score: 1029666.1 - https://www.un.org/development...22/2019/07/KazanActionPlan.pdf
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. © UNDP, 2022 28 April 2022 Azhar Sholgami and Yuri Afanasiev Opinion: Sudan's sports passion - a unique tool for peace Sudan is a nation passionate about sports. (...) That’s the magical thing about sports. It doesn’t matter who you are, your gender or where you’re from – the shared passion and cause for the game is something all can have in common. (...) Practically, as a peacebuilding tool, sport is a common language. For UNDP, peace is our number one priority in Sudan.
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Score: 1029645.1 - https://www.unv.org/node/34486/pdf
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The support of the current resolution by so many countries was further evidence of the common belief of countries in sport as a tool for helping youth develop their potential.  (...) ABDOU SALAM DIALLO ( Senegal ) said sport was a universal language, a common denominator, one that could break down walls and barriers.  (...) Sport was among the means that belonged to the common patrimony of humanity that was appropriate for moral perfection and human formation. 
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Score: 1029431.25 - https://www.un.org/press/en/2011/ga11158.doc.htm
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UNICEF and Ministry of Education, Science, Culture and Sports: schools to be the last to close | UNICEF Skip to main content Montenegro Toggle navigation Crnogorski English Shqip Global Links Visit UNICEF Global High contrast Montenegro EXPLORE UNICEF UNICEF in Montenegro Our Representative Our Ambassador Tenders Vacancies UN Partner portal The EU and UNICEF partnership Young reporters Donate Main navigation What we do Publications and surveys News and stories Campaigns Search area has closed. (...) Search Close Search UNICEF Fulltext search Max Article UNICEF and Ministry of Education, Science, Culture and Sports: schools to be the last to close Ministry of Education, Science, Culture and Sports confirmed their common goal with UNICEF to keep schools open during the pandemic and will continue consultations with all stakeholders UNICEF Montenegro UNICEF Montenegro / Duško Miljanić / 2020 Available in: Crnogorski English Shqip 27 April 2021 PODGORICA, APRIL 27, 2021 – Ministry of Education, Science, Culture and Sports confirmed their common goal with UNICEF to keep schools open during the pandemic and will continue consultations with all stakeholders – health authorities, teachers, parents, students, local authorities, civil and private sector – to ensure better access and quality of education for all children. This was one of the key conclusions of the meeting held between the Minister of Education, Science, Culture and Sports prof. Vesna Bratic and UNICEF Montenegro Representative Juan Santander .
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Score: 1027983.7 - https://www.unicef.org/montene...d-sports-schools-be-last-close
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