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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.
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Score: 964711.4 - https://www.unv.org/index.php/es/node/34486
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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.
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Score: 964711.4 - https://www.unv.org/index.php/fr/node/34486
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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: 964711.4 - https://www.unv.org/fr/node/34486
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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.
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Score: 964711.4 - https://www.unv.org/es/node/34486
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These specially adapted spaces will allow children to play, enjoy sport activities, make friends, and learn about respecting diversity. (...) “The marathon is a great opportunity to reiterate that sport has the power to unite people from different ethnic, cultural and socio-economic environments around a common noble idea - support for those in need. (...) For more information about UNICEF and its work for children, visit www.unicef.org/serbia Follow UNICEF on  Facebook ,  Twitter ,  YouTube ,  Instagram  and  LinkedIn .   Related topics Sport for development Sport Corporate social responsibility Serbia More to explore Article Sport for all – the same future for all In cooperation with partner organizations, UNICEF is currently implementing the project “Sport for All” aimed at children with disabilities.
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Score: 962657.2 - https://www.unicef.org/serbia/...aygrounds-belgrade-and-cicevac
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Major sporting events present a valuable opportunity to promote dialogue across nations. Moreover, the international community has the responsibility to protect major sporting events from terrorist threats as a common good for humanity. (...) The Global Sports Programme will organize a “High-Level Roundtable on the Protection of Major Sporting Events and the Use of Sports’ Values for the Prevention of Violent Extremism” on 27 March 2022 in Doha, Qatar on the margins of the Doha Forum.
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Score: 962540.4 - https://www.un.org/counterterr...e_concept_note_and_agenda_.pdf
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Secretary-General's Message to Fifth International Conference of Ministers and Senior Officials Responsible for Physical Education and Sport [Delivered by his Special Adviser on Sport for Development and Peace, Mr. (...) Children and youth, especially girls, deserve to engage in sports under safe conditions.  Adults can act as role models by using sport to promote democratic values and principles such as fair play, inclusion and dedication to the common good. I have seen the positive value of sport in my travels around the world.  At the same time, I am disturbed by incidents of harmful actions, such as violence, racism, cheating and match-fixing, that threaten to undermine the positive values and credibility of sport
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Score: 957649.4 - https://www.un.org/sg/en/conte...rnational-conference-ministers
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In a new advocacy brief,  Fair Play: Building a strong physical activity system for more active people , the agency asks decision-makers across the health, sport, education and transport sectors, to promote the benefits more.  (...) The Head of the Physical Activity Unit at WHO, Fiona Bull, said that the brief “provides clear messages to all who work, to create a more active society”.   ‘Common vision’  “WHO is calling for industries, civil society and governments, as well as UN agencies, to build a common vision for creating more active societies through sport, walking, cycling and playing”, she explained.  (...) The advocacy brief responds to UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres’ call for sport and physical activity to broaden its contribution to meet the  Sustainable Development Goals.  
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Score: 957222.3 - https://news.un.org/en/story/2021/10/1103032
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1998 African Footballer of the Year | UN News Skip to main content Welcome to the United Nations Language العربية 中文 English Français Русский Español Português Kiswahili Other Hindi हिंदी Global UN News Global perspective Human stories Search Search Advanced Search Main navigation Home Africa Americas Asia Pacific Middle East Europe UN Art and Gifts History Corner Topics Peace and Security Economic Development Humanitarian Aid Climate and Environment Human Rights UN Affairs Women Law and Crime Prevention Health Culture and Education SDGs Migrants and Refugees In depth Interviews Features Photo Stories News in Brief The Lid is On UN Gender Focus UN and Africa UN Podcasts Secretary-General Spokesperson All Statements Selected Speeches Press Encounters Official Travels Media UN Video UN Photo Meeting Coverage Media Accreditation Webtv Audio and Subscription Audio Hub Subscribe Filter by: 1998 African Footballer of the Year UN Radio Football “common denominator” for peace in Africa 18 June 2016 General News Facebook Twitter Print Email One of the most celebrated African footballers of all time says that football can be the “common denominator” for peace on the continent and further afield. Kalusha Bwalya from Zambia was at UN Headquarters in New York to take part in an event to showcase the importance of sport in building peace and development. Daniel Dickinson met the 1998 African Footballer of the Year on a five-aside pitch specially built for the occasion. He asked Kalusha Bwalya how the sport can play a role in building peace. Date 2016 LISTEN TO UN RADIO Can the UN stop a war?
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Score: 955324.2 - https://news.un.org/en/tags/1998-african-footballer-year
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“In the 2005 World Summit Outcome, our leaders emphasized that ‘sports can foster peace and development’ and encouraged the General Assembly to foster a dialogue and agreed proposals for a plan of action on sport and development. “On 3 November 2005, the General Assembly held a plenary debate on the agenda item entitled ‘Sport for peace and development’ and also adopted, with universal support, resolution 60/8, entitled ‘Building a peaceful and better world through sport and the Olympic ideal’, deciding to consider this item every two years in advance of each Summer and Winter Olympic Games. (...) “As an expression of these common objectives, the International Olympic Committee has decided to fly the United Nations flag in the Olympic Stadium and the Olympic Villages.
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Score: 955169.8 - https://www.un.org/pga/76/wp-c...vance-of-the-Olympic-Truce.pdf
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