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As Vice President of Club Business Development at the National Football League, Faries interfaced closely with NFL team owners and presidents to bolster their local revenue and brand goals year-round, and played a key role in launching the NFL’s first-of-its-kind ticketing network.  Prior to that, Faries led the NFL’s efforts to amplify its reach, relevance, and popularity with key fan segments as Vice President of Marketing & Fan Development, where her charter included growing the NFL’s fan base in the near and long term, via proprietary assets, global partnerships, brand and content marketing, and tentpole events, including the creation of the NFL’s MyCauseMyCleats initiative and the record-setting elevation of the NFL Draft.  (...) Earlier on in her tenure, she served as Director of Consumer Products – managing the NFL’s primary apparel and e-commerce partnerships both on-field and off, including Nike, New Era, Under Armour, and Fanatics – and also held roles in the Sponsorship & Sales and Consumer Products Business Development divisions.
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Score: 1740950.6 - https://www.itu.int/net4/wsis/forum/2020/Agenda/Session/236
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As Vice President of Club Business Development at the National Football League, Faries interfaced closely with NFL team owners and presidents to bolster their local revenue and brand goals year-round, and played a key role in launching the NFL’s first-of-its-kind ticketing network.  Prior to that, Faries led the NFL’s efforts to amplify its reach, relevance, and popularity with key fan segments as Vice President of Marketing & Fan Development, where her charter included growing the NFL’s fan base in the near and long term, via proprietary assets, global partnerships, brand and content marketing, and tentpole events, including the creation of the NFL’s MyCauseMyCleats initiative and the record-setting elevation of the NFL Draft.  (...) Earlier on in her tenure, she served as Director of Consumer Products – managing the NFL’s primary apparel and e-commerce partnerships both on-field and off, including Nike, New Era, Under Armour, and Fanatics – and also held roles in the Sponsorship & Sales and Consumer Products Business Development divisions.
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Score: 1341788.7 - https://www.unicef.org/srilank...%20UNICEF%20SL%20-%20Tamil.pdf
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In that regard, insights gathered from Rahman’s 6 C o nfl ic ti ng Id en ti ti es : T he N ex us b et w ee n M as cu lin it ie s, F em in in it ie s an d V io le nt E xt re m is m in A si a interviews, conducted in communities at risk of radicalization, echo the stereotypical views conveyed by imams and fatwas with respect to masculinities and femininities. 3.  (...) Research These case studies demonstrate that masculinities and femininities vary significantly across regional, national, and 8 C o nfl ic ti ng Id en ti ti es : T he N ex us b et w ee n M as cu lin it ie s, F em in in it ie s an d V io le nt E xt re m is m in A si a local levels. (...) In developing an account of violent extremist masculinities, I have used a range of sources including media reporting, press releases, 16 C o nfl ic ti ng Id en ti ti es : T he N ex us b et w ee n M as cu lin it ie s, F em in in it ie s an d V io le nt E xt re
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Score: 1339277 - https://www.unwomen.org/sites/...-violent-extremism-Asia-en.pdf
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REGULATORY AND PROCEDURAL BARRIERS TO TRADE: EVIDENCE FROM ECONOMIC COMMISSION FOR EUROPE NATIONAL STUDIES
In late 2016, the Government was preparing a new action plan on implementing Association Agreement for the period 2017-2019. 5 EU horizontal directives are established under the EU New Legislative Framework (NFL) for technical harmonization and standardization and the EU Directive 2001/95/EC on general product safety. The NFL principles and rules are set out under EC Regulation 765/2008 (for accreditation and market surveillance) and Decision 768/2008/EC (on a common framework for the marketing of products). (...) For example, the Kyrgyz Centre for Accreditation (KCA) under the Ministry of Economy had only 3 staff, who were fluent in English, and while they were highly qualified lead assessors (1 for laboratories, 1 for certification and 1 for inspection 9 The NFL principles and rules are set out under EC Regulation 765/2008 (for accreditation and market surveillance) and Decision 768/2008/EC (on a common framework for the marketing of products).
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CREATION OF THE POST OF UNITED NATIONS HIGH COMMISSIONER FOR HUMAN RIGHTS
,ISSIONER FOR HUMAN RIGHTS Note by the Secretery-General fhe Secretary-General has the honour to subnlt herewith the reply recelved, 1n accordance with paragraph 1 of Economic and Social Council resolution 12lB (XLII) from the Government of New ZeaLand. NEI,I ZEAI,AND lur].€{].nar: -Eing-Las 2? September f96T h7 ....New Zealand naintains that the General Assembly should make every effort to give practical expression and neanlng to those provislons of the Charter vhlctr are directed toi,rard s stend.aird s of soci.al- justice and equaJ-ity of rlghts for alf. For thls reason Ne$ Zealand sul4)orted the propogal to establ-ish the offlce of Hlgh Connnlssioner for Hu.nan Bights when it vas considered in the Conmission on Hunan Rights and befleves that the General Assembly's conslderatlon of this subject at the tventy-second session could be of central inportance 1n the developnent of the interest end i-nfl-uence of the United Nations ln the fleld of hunan ri€hts.... 67-))c)a
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COMMUNICATION NO. 1451/2006 : HUMAN RIGHTS COMMITTEE, 89TH SESSION, 12-30 MARCH 2007 : DECISION
On 20 September 1995, the Utrecht District Court convicted the author and sentenced him to a fine of NFL 2,000 and two months conditional imprisonment. (...) On 7 July 1998, the Court of Appeal adjusted the sentence downward to two months imprisonment, while, on 14 September 1999, the Supreme Court rejected his appeal. 2.3 In the second incident, in June 1991, under cover of written loan, the aforementioned Mr. G. allegedly borrowed NFL 5000 from the author. In June 1994, Mr. G., claiming both that he had not borrowed any monies and that the deed of loan was invalid, sought criminal prosecution of the author.
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Fourth World Conference on Women, Beijing 1995 Home | Contact Us   About us Beijing and its Follow-up CSW ECOSOC General Assembly Expert Group Meetings Violence against Women Publications NGO Participation Technical Cooperation First World Conference Second World Conference Third World Conference Fourth World Conference Beijing Declaration Platform For Action Official Documents Statements By Governments Statements by United Nations and Inter-governmental Organizations Statements by Non-governmental Organizations The Platform for Action, DPI Brochure Photo Gallery Five-year Review and Appraisal Beijing+5 and beyond Documents Summaries of panel discussions Responses to Questionnaire Press kit Pre-session briefing Programme of Activities NGO participation Ten-year Review and Appraisal Overview Draft Provisional Agenda Official Documents Resolutions Statements High-Level Events NGO Participation Side/Parallel Events Questionnaire to Member States Responses Expert Group Meetings Regional Processes Relevant Links Beijing at Ten and Beyond Fifteen-year Review and Appraisal National level review of implementation Questionnaire Member States responses Regional 15-year review processes Regional reports Regional meetings Global 15-year review process in the 54th session of the Commission on the Status of Women Overview Documentation Interactive events Outcome Participation Commemoration of the 15th anniversary by the General Assembly Related intergovernmental processes Beijing and its Follow-up > Fourth World Conference > Official documents > Other FWCW Official Documents The United Nations Fourth World Conference on Women Beijing, China - September 1995 Action for Equality, Development and Peace Official Documents of the Fourth World Conference on Women A/CONF.177/1 Provisional Agenda A/CONF.177/2 Provisional Rules of Procedure A/CONF.177/3 Organizational and Procedural Matters A/CONF.177/4 Review and Appraisal of Implementation of NFLS A/CONF.177/5 Note on 1994 World Survey on Women in Development A/CONF.177/6 Note on "The World's Women : Trends and Statistics" A/CONF.177/7 Progress in Elimination of Discrim.
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Score: 1152325.4 - https://www.un.org/womenwatch/daw/beijing/officialother.html
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REPORT OF THE INDEPENDENT INTERNATIONAL COMMISSION OF INQUIRY ON THE SYRIAN ARAB REPUBLIC
By early December, pro-government forces had begun firing surface-to-surface missiles and artillery shells against Hay’at Tahrir al-Sham defences in the southern countryside of Idlib, as Hay’at Tahrir al-Sham concurrently engaged in fierce clashes with NFL in the demilitarized zone. In parallel, the President of Turkey, Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, affirmed that Turkey would launch a new campaign to target YPG positions east of the Euphrates River. 20. (...) In the north-west, infighting intensified in Idlib and western Aleppo after the NFL called for mobilization against Hay’at Tahrir al-Sham. (...) Two main umbrella coalitions dominated Idlib during the reporting period: the NFL and the terrorist group Hay’at Tahrir al-Sham.
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UNICEF Convenes Local Change-Makers for “Activate Talk” on Sustainability and Responsible Consumption – Office of the Secretary-General’s Envoy on Youth Skip to content Welcome to the United Nations English Français Español Search for: Home Envoy on Youth Envoy’s Workplan Youth 2030 Stories Climate Action Humanitarian Action Youth4Peace Young Leaders About the Young Leaders for the SDGs 2016 Class 2018 Class 2020 Class Become a Young Leader Contact Donate Now UNICEF Convenes Local Change-Makers for “Activate Talk” on Sustainability and Responsible Consumption UNICEF Convenes Local Change-Makers for “Activate Talk” on Sustainability and Responsible Consumption On November 7, UNICEF Headquarters in New York opened its doors to the young public of the greater New York metro area for an “activate talk” on becoming more sustainable. (...) The panel of speakers included: Andrea Burgueño on designing sustainable solutions for food waste management; Ovie Mughelli, a former NFL ProBowl fullback, on using sport to energize kids for greener communities; Melissa O’Young on the share economy and Community Engagement Lead at Airbnb; Lauren Singer on living a zero-waste lifestyle, and founder of Trash is for Tossers and The Simply Co.; and Sean Southey, on using comics to engage children on the SDGs, CEO of PCI Media Impact and co-founder of Comics Uniting Nations. (...) Facebook Twitter Reddit LinkedIn WhatsApp Tumblr Pinterest Vk Email Related Posts World leaders renew commitment to “Youth, Peace and Security” agenda First-ever Global Report on Protecting Young People in Civic Space Highlights Need for Stronger Global Protection Mechanisms Young Human Rights Defenders Adapting to COVID-19 On International Volunteers Day, Meet Our First Class of Fellows  Breaking gender barriers for young women parliamentarians Follow us Categories Blog (64) From Youth to World Leaders (1) News for Youth (311) Envoy’s news (93) News Stories (218) Opportunities for Youth (89) Speeches on Youth (7) UN Entities (4) UN Entities Scope of Work (3) UN Programmes on Youth (1) Posts Archive November 2016 M T W T F S S   1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30   « Oct   Dec » Tag Cloud #Youth4Peace #YouthDay #YouthNow Africa Ahmad Alhendawi Ban Ki-Moon Climate Change Competition ECOSOC Education Employment Entrepreneurship First Global Forum on Youth Policies Girls HIV ICT ILO International Youth Day Office of the Secretary-Generals Envoy on Youth Post-2015 refugees SDGs sg speeches Sustainable development Sustainable Development Goals UN-Habitat UNAIDS UNAOC UNDP UNEP UNESCO UNFCCC UNFPA UNICEF United Nations UNV UN Women Volunteerism World Bank young people youth youth employment Youth Envoy Youth Envoy Ahmad Alhendawi UNITED NATIONS A-Z Site Index | Contact | Copyright | FAQ | Fraud Alert | Privacy Notice | Terms of Use
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