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Harnessing this tremendous potential of sport, the United Nations Office on Sport for Development and Peace (UNOSDP) has long been bringing people together through sport and supporting sport for peace initiatives, from mega sport events to grass-roots activities. (...) In its contribution towards peace, sport often provides safe environments at the grassroots and community levels, at which participants are brought together in the pursuit of common goals and interests; learn values of respect, tolerance and fair play; and develop social competencies. As a common denominator and shared passion, sport can build bridges between communities regardless of their cultural differences or political divisions.
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Score: 952411.8 - https://www.un.org/en/node/25574
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Harnessing this tremendous potential of sport, the United Nations Office on Sport for Development and Peace (UNOSDP) has long been bringing people together through sport and supporting sport for peace initiatives, from mega sport events to grass-roots activities. (...) In its contribution towards peace, sport often provides safe environments at the grassroots and community levels, at which participants are brought together in the pursuit of common goals and interests; learn values of respect, tolerance and fair play; and develop social competencies. As a common denominator and shared passion, sport can build bridges between communities regardless of their cultural differences or political divisions.
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Score: 952411.8 - https://www.un.org/en/chronicl...-sustainable-development-goals
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2022 World Day of Social Justice “Achieving Social Justice through Formal Employment” | DISD Skip to Content Welcome to the United Nations Toggle navigation Department of Economic and Social Affairs Social Inclusion Search UN DESA Home About Us What We Do Meet our Director International Days Expert Group Meetings Social Development Briefs Resources Newsletters Careers *COVID-19 Policy Briefs SDGs Issues Ageing Cooperatives Disability Employment Family Indigenous Inequality Poverty Social Inclusion Sport Youth Publications Civil Society Capacity Development News Calendar Contact Us Home About Us What We Do Meet our Director International Days Expert Group Meetings Social Development Briefs Resources Newsletters Careers *COVID-19 Policy Briefs SDGs Issues Ageing Cooperatives Disability Employment Family Indigenous Inequality Poverty Social Inclusion Sport Youth Publications Civil Society Capacity Development News Calendar Contact Us Home 2022 World Day of Social Justice “Achieving Social Justice through Formal Employment” 2022 World Day of Social Justice “Achieving Social Justice through Formal Employment” 2 February 2022 The theme this year of the World Day of Social Justice is “Achieving Social Justice through Formal Employment”. (...) The commemoration supports efforts by the international community to search for solutions to achieve sustainable development and fulfil many of the aspirations set out in the Secretary-General’s report on “ Our Common Agenda ”, including poverty eradication, the promotion of full employment and decent work, universal social protection, gender equality and social justice for all. (...) The 2030 Agenda and the Secretary-General’s report on  Our Common Agenda , acknowledge the transition to formality as a priority.
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Score: 949374.8 - https://www.un.org/development/desa/dspd/2022/02/wdsj/
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They should practice a sport. Any sport! It helps them overcome hardships in life and become stronger, better individuals. (...) All of the questions lead to one common answer: Set goals, work hard, and make education a priority no matter what. (...) Practice one sport, make friends and participate in life through sports.”
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Score: 949083.2 - https://www.unicef.org/turkiye/en/stories/love-sports-unites
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They should practice a sport. Any sport! It helps them overcome hardships in life and become stronger, better individuals. (...) All of the questions lead to one common answer: Set goals, work hard, and make education a priority no matter what. (...) Practice one sport, make friends and participate in life through sports.”
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Score: 949083.2 - https://www.unicef.org/turkey/en/stories/love-sports-unites
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We are working together with UNICEF to reach a wide number of Egyptian children especially the most disadvantaged and help change their lives through sports.”  said Tarek kandil, Board Member of Al Ahly Sporting Club. (...) Activities and sports can improve children’s lives” said Mr. Bruno Maes, UNICEF Representative in Egypt. “Today, as part of CRC@30 celebrations, our common objective is to build on the popularity of sports in general and of football in particular to raise awareness on key issues related to health, nutrition, protection of children from violence, girls’ empowerment and education.”
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Score: 949083.2 - https://www.unicef.org/egypt/p...ebrating-30-years-child-rights
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Football the icebreaker, bringing unity on and off the pitch in Australia - Goal Click Refugees Goal Click Refugees About Goal Click Refugees Football as a common language in Kakuma Camp, Kenya Football: A glue that binds in Europe Jordan and Zaatari Opening doors for Afghan girls in Australia & Austria A game that unifies after displacement in Africa In Conflict-Torn Eastern Ukraine, Football Offers a Path to Hope ‘It Makes me Feel Free’ – Football Helps Displaced in Spain Find their Feet Teaching Tolerance Through Football in Ukraine Football the icebreaker, bringing unity on and off the pitch in Australia Football the icebreaker, bringing unity on and off the pitch in Australia Football the icebreaker, bringing unity on and off the pitch in Australia © Goal Click/UNHCR/Football Victoria/Jonasi Eangano Singehebhuye Eangano MELBOURNE – Football may not be the national sport in Australia – where oval ball sports are often the preference — but a number of refugees and asylum-seekers have embraced the sport after arrival in the country. © Goal Click/UNHCR/Football Victoria/Jonasi Eangano Singehebhuye Eangano In Melbourne, Jonasi Eangano Singehebhuye, whose family was originally from Burundi, took a series of photos for the Goal Click Refugees project at the Victoria African Cup of Nations 2021 in early January. © Goal Click/UNHCR/Football Victoria/Jonasi Eangano Singehebhuye Eangano In Melbourne, Jonasi Eangano Singehebhuye, whose family was originally from Burundi, took a series of photos for the Goal Click Refugees project at the Victoria African Cup of Nations 2021 in early January. (...) For the future, Singehebhuye intends to keep coaching and branch out into sports medicine. “I cannot ever recall not playing this beautiful game,” he said, “it’s more than just a game, it’s life.” Explore the series Search for: 01 Goal Click Refugees Introduction 02 A common language in Kakuma Camp, Kenya 03 Football: A glue that binds in Europe 04 Goal Click Refugees: Jordan and Zaatari 05 Opening doors for Afghan girls in Australia & Austria 06 A game that unifies after displacement in Africa 07 In Conflict-Torn Eastern Ukraine, Football Offers a Path to Hope 08 ‘It Makes me Feel Free’ – Football Helps Displaced in Spain Find their Feet 09 Teaching Tolerance Through Football in Ukraine. 10 Football the icebreaker, bringing unity on and off the pitch in Australia On social Follow Follow We gave disposable cameras 📸 to refugees around the world 🌏 and asked them to tell the story of their football lives.
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Score: 948965.3 - https://www.unhcr.org/goalclic...ng-unity-on-and-off-the-pitch/
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I also extend my gratitude and appreciation to international organizations such as Hedayah, Global Center on Cooperative Security, Global Community Engagement and Resilience Fund, and Search for Common Ground for their important projects and building dialogues between different stakeholders and supporting local civil society organizations that are working hard in the field. http://www.un.org/counterterrorism/CTweek-sidevents Breakout session A: Prevention through innovative programmes, including sports and behavioural insights to unite communities and build resilient societies 2 Today I want to emphasize three important issues. (...) When they feel excluded, sport can help them to reunite to their classmates or friends. Sport is a teamwork, and it teaches young people to have a feeling of serving to bigger goals.
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Score: 946866.7 - https://www.un.org/counterterr...lpon_orozobekova_statement.pdf
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The coded representation of immersive media (MPEG-I) 2. IMMERSIVE MEDIA FOR SPORTS is a set of emerging immersive media industry standards dedicated to immersive media formats Enabling sports fans to choose where and how they such as panoramic 360-degree video, volumetric want to consume the next generation of sports point clouds, and immersive video. (...) Part of Intel’s immersive efforts is its active 2.1 Intel Sports immersive media platform contribution to current state-of-the-art and Intel Sports partners with leagues, teams, and emerging standards. (...) Then in section 3, we share the technical platforms and devices through a common video background for MPEG immersive coding (MIV) and © International Telecommunication Union, 2020 1     18     19     20     21     22     23     24     25     26     27     28          
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Score: 946866.7 - https://www.itu.int/en/publica...1/files/basic-html/page23.html
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Search Close Search UNICEF Fulltext search Max Press release UNICEF project helps children find strength in sport Children and families affected by war in Ukraine are finding support through sports classes. 08 May 2022 UNICEF Available in: Українська English A joint project from Ukraine’s Ministry of Education and Science and UNICEF that provides mental health support for children and families affected by the war is extending its offering to include sports classes as a recovery tool.  (...) Follow UNICEF Ukraine on   Facebook ,  Instagram  ,  Twitter  and  TikTok .   Related topics Sport for development Mental health Ukraine More to explore Article What are panic attacks? (...) Recognize signs of low mood and depression in children and learn ways to help them feel better Read the story Article What is stress? A common feeling that affects children as much as adults, just differently Read the story Press release 18 August 2022 One in five families reaching out to mobile teams are in need of mental health support Visit the page Footer UNICEF home Support of parents and children in times of war Research and reports Stories About UNICEF Press centre What we do UNICEF History Ukraine situation reports Become a part of UNICEF Tenders Partner with UNICEF Careers at UNICEF Donate to UNICEF Become a donor Social Footer Secondary Legal Contact us Footer tertiary Report fraud, abuse, wrongdoing
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Score: 946457.8 - https://www.unicef.org/ukraine/en/node/5791
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