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“Eradicating racism from sports is an urgent concern that requires collective action by international organizations, international sports federations, national Governments, national sports federations and civil society,” Mr. (...) In his report, the expert notes the unique role of sports in fighting racism and intolerance and in promoting solidarity and respect for diversity under a common goal. (...) “Furthermore, sport is a positive symbol for social acceptance by conveying the image of multi-ethnic teams representing one nation and competing for a common goal.”
Language:English
Score: 991345.9 - https://www.ohchr.org/fr/press...global-action-eradicate-racism
Data Source: un
“Eradicating racism from sports is an urgent concern that requires collective action by international organizations, international sports federations, national Governments, national sports federations and civil society,” Mr. (...) In his report, the expert notes the unique role of sports in fighting racism and intolerance and in promoting solidarity and respect for diversity under a common goal. (...) “Furthermore, sport is a positive symbol for social acceptance by conveying the image of multi-ethnic teams representing one nation and competing for a common goal.”
Language:English
Score: 991345.9 - https://www.ohchr.org/es/press...global-action-eradicate-racism
Data Source: un
UNDT/NBI/2020/014 Judgment No.: UNDT/2021/148 Page 5 of 20 2016-2017 Academic Year Actual paid to WIC (CAD) Claimed (CAD) Excess Tuition (plus registration) 11,900 (tuition plus registration) 11,900 (tuition only) 0 Registration N/A 1,700 1,700 Admission fees 300 1,400 1100 Uniforms N/A 1,258 1,258 Tutorial N/A 2,150 2,150 Materiel Didactique N/A 2,300 2,300 Sports activities and equipment N/A 558 558 TOTAL 12,200 21,266 9,066 Claims submitted for DD 7. (...) There were no subsequent payments to CDI.22 2016-2017 Academic Year Actual paid to CDI (CAD) Claimed (CAD) Excess Tuition 0 13,440 13,440 Registration fee 0 160 160 Materiel informatique N/A 3,400 3,400 school supplies N/A 700 700 Tutorial N/A 3,900 3,900 Sports activities N/A 1,200 1,200 Transport N/A 1,400 1,400 Frais de subsistence N/A 2,600 2,600 TOTAL 0 26,800 26,800 19 Reply, annex R/1, Doc. (...) On the contrary, the receipts were for items and services that could not be expected to be admissible by common sense standard, such as clothing (including underwear), gym gear, iPads and multiple laptops per child, and even registration for dance classes.46 31.
Language:English
Score: 990915.7 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2021-148.pdf
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Attacks against sports events are particularly hideous as sports have historically played a significant role in the dissemination of positive values across civilizations and cultures, especially for young people. (...) Through the Global Programme, we will promote sustainable approaches to security, ways to preserve the legacy of major sporting events as a common good of the international community and advanced policies grounded on the principle of shared responsibility.” (...) More information: www.un.org/counterterrorism/sports http://www.un.org/counterterrorism/sports
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Score: 987382.6 - https://www.un.org/counterterr...un_global-sports-programme.pdf
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Are there any customary, religious law or common law principles/provisions that discriminate against women in family and cultural life? (...) In cases of expelling from common dwelings, 773 families with 1,420 minor children were in danger of domestic violence. (...) Another area in which statistical indicators related to domestic violence can be monitored is the number of crimes of torture of a person living in common dwellings. Similarly as in case of expelling from common dwellings, the occurrence of crime of torture of a person living in common dwellings has been showing a slight decrease in recent years.
Language:English
Score: 986625.7 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...ily/States/CZECH_REPUBLIC.docx
Data Source: un
“Eradicating racism from sports is an urgent concern that requires collective action by international organizations, international sports federations, national Governments, national sports federations and civil society,” Mr. (...) In his report, the expert notes the unique role of sports in fighting racism and intolerance and in promoting solidarity and respect for diversity under a common goal. (...) “Furthermore, sport is a positive symbol for social acceptance by conveying the image of multi-ethnic teams representing one nation and competing for a common goal.”
Language:English
Score: 985506.6 - https://www.ohchr.org/ar/press...global-action-eradicate-racism
Data Source: un
At the same time, major sporting events are terrorist targets and need to be secure. (...) Who we are Under the leadership of the Under-Secretary-General, UNOCT is  structured in five components to deliver high-quality support to Member States in our common goal to have a world free of terrorism. Cybersecurity While new technologies have transformed our way of life for the better, their misuse by terrorists presents a growing challenge to the security of critical infrastructure and our own. (...) Human rights Human rights are a true recognition of our common humanity. They unite people, while terrorism thrives on divisions and represents the denial and destruction of human rights.
Language:English
Score: 983826.4 - https://www.un.org/counterterrorism/
Data Source: un
Like the first centre opened last year, this second facility will bring together both refugee and host communities for events and workshops and offer a common space for community development activities. (...) The project aims to facilitate joint activities between the host and refugee communities, safeguarding common interests on issues such as security and making everyone a responsible citizen of the community. (...) The two centres are equipped with a sports field and solar powered electricity will also provide safe spaces for community dialogue, knowledge sharing, workshops, discussions on thematic areas, recreational and sport activities.
Language:English
Score: 982573.2 - https://www.unv.org/node/15689/pdf
Data Source: un
Like the first centre opened last year, this second facility will bring together both refugee and host communities for events and workshops and offer a common space for community development activities. (...) The project aims to facilitate joint activities between the host and refugee communities, safeguarding common interests on issues such as security and making everyone a responsible citizen of the community. (...) The two centres are equipped with a sports field and solar powered electricity will also provide safe spaces for community dialogue, knowledge sharing, workshops, discussions on thematic areas, recreational and sport activities.
Language:English
Score: 982573.2 - https://www.unv.org/node/5425/pdf
Data Source: un
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. (...) In Nyala, as part of UNDP’s Sports for Peace efforts, we recently opened a renovated sports pitch, providing young women and men from local communities and IDP camps a chance to connect and have some fun. (...) Practically, as a peacebuilding tool, sport is a common language. For UNDP, peace is our number one priority in Sudan.
Language:English
Score: 979763.2 - https://www.unv.org/index.php/...orts-passion-unique-tool-peace
Data Source: un