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Explore our work in the different regions of the world. view East and Southern Africa view West and Central Africa view Arab States view Europe and the CIS view Latin America and the Caribbean view Asia and the Pacific Regions Europe and the CIS Asia and the Pacific Latin America and the Caribbean Arab States East and Southern Africa West and Central Africa Breadcrumb Home Pioneer volunteer from 1971 celebrates UNV at 50 John's favourite photo, a memento of his time in Chad in 1971, depicts silhouettes of scimitar-horned oryx. John Newby, personal archive Pioneer volunteer from 1971 celebrates UNV at 50 02 December 2021 John Newby, former UN Volunteer Wildlife Biologist print Low quality, print optimized High quality, color print pdf The year the United Nations Volunteers (UNV) programme was established, John Newby became the first UN Volunteer to serve in Chad. (...) They have stood the test of time because they were genuine, sincere, and full of mutual understanding and respect. John Newby, UN Volunteer Wildlife Biologist in Chad in 1971, and in 2021. ©John Newby, personal archive   West and Central Africa UNV50 biodiversity UNDP Sustainable Development Goal SDG 15: Life on land SDG 17: Partnerships for the goals facebook twitter linkedin youtube-play instagram flickr Main navigation Become a UN Volunteer How to register in our Talent Pool Unified Conditions of Service Volunteer abroad Volunteer in your country Volunteer online Frequently Asked Questions Engage a UN Volunteer COVID-19 pandemic response UN Partner Toolkit Request UN Volunteers United Nations partners UNV funding partners Sponsor UN Volunteers UNV and the private sector Volunteerism State of the World's Volunteerism Volunteerism and the Global Goals Knowledge Portal on Volunteerism Plan of Action 2016-2030 International Volunteer Day About UNV Who we are Our mission: Mobilize volunteers Our mission: Promote volunteerism Publications database Employment & internships Procurement information Scam alert Contact us Reports Annual Report 2021 Annual Report 2020 Annual Report 2019 Our legacy A short history of UNV UNV at 50 UNV alumni Regional offices Regional offices Europe and the CIS Asia and the Pacific Latin America and the Caribbean Arab States East and Southern Africa West and Central Africa My UNV Profile UNV eCampus This website benefits from the continuous support of Online Volunteers.
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Explore our work in the different regions of the world. view East and Southern Africa view West and Central Africa view Arab States view Europe and the CIS view Latin America and the Caribbean view Asia and the Pacific Regions Europe and the CIS Asia and the Pacific Latin America and the Caribbean Arab States East and Southern Africa West and Central Africa Breadcrumb Home Pioneer volunteer from 1971 celebrates UNV at 50 John's favourite photo, a memento of his time in Chad in 1971, depicts silhouettes of scimitar-horned oryx. John Newby, personal archive Pioneer volunteer from 1971 celebrates UNV at 50 02 December 2021 John Newby, former UN Volunteer Wildlife Biologist print Low quality, print optimized High quality, color print pdf The year the United Nations Volunteers (UNV) programme was established, John Newby became the first UN Volunteer to serve in Chad. (...) They have stood the test of time because they were genuine, sincere, and full of mutual understanding and respect. John Newby, UN Volunteer Wildlife Biologist in Chad in 1971, and in 2021. ©John Newby, personal archive   West and Central Africa UNV50 biodiversity UNDP Sustainable Development Goal SDG 15: Life on land SDG 17: Partnerships for the goals facebook twitter linkedin youtube-play instagram flickr Main navigation Become a UN Volunteer How to register in our Talent Pool Unified Conditions of Service Volunteer abroad Volunteer in your country Volunteer online Frequently Asked Questions Engage a UN Volunteer COVID-19 pandemic response UN Partner Toolkit Request UN Volunteers United Nations partners UNV funding partners Sponsor UN Volunteers UNV and the private sector Volunteerism State of the World's Volunteerism Volunteerism and the Global Goals Knowledge Portal on Volunteerism Plan of Action 2016-2030 International Volunteer Day About UNV Who we are Our mission: Mobilize volunteers Our mission: Promote volunteerism Publications database Employment & internships Procurement information Scam alert Contact us Reports Annual Report 2021 Annual Report 2020 Annual Report 2019 Our legacy A short history of UNV UNV at 50 UNV alumni Regional offices Regional offices Europe and the CIS Asia and the Pacific Latin America and the Caribbean Arab States East and Southern Africa West and Central Africa My UNV Profile UNV eCampus This website benefits from the continuous support of Online Volunteers.
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Score: 1680055.9 - https://www.unv.org/Success-st...lunteer-1971-celebrates-unv-50
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Explore our work in the different regions of the world. view East and Southern Africa view West and Central Africa view Arab States view Europe and the CIS view Latin America and the Caribbean view Asia and the Pacific Regions Europe and the CIS Asia and the Pacific Latin America and the Caribbean Arab States East and Southern Africa West and Central Africa Breadcrumb Home Pioneer volunteer from 1971 celebrates UNV at 50 John's favourite photo, a memento of his time in Chad in 1971, depicts silhouettes of scimitar-horned oryx. John Newby, personal archive Pioneer volunteer from 1971 celebrates UNV at 50 02 December 2021 John Newby, former UN Volunteer Wildlife Biologist print Low quality, print optimized High quality, color print pdf The year the United Nations Volunteers (UNV) programme was established, John Newby became the first UN Volunteer to serve in Chad. (...) They have stood the test of time because they were genuine, sincere, and full of mutual understanding and respect. John Newby, UN Volunteer Wildlife Biologist in Chad in 1971, and in 2021. ©John Newby, personal archive   West and Central Africa UNV50 biodiversity UNDP Sustainable Development Goal SDG 15: Life on land SDG 17: Partnerships for the goals facebook twitter linkedin youtube-play instagram flickr Main navigation Become a UN Volunteer How to register in our Talent Pool Unified Conditions of Service Volunteer abroad Volunteer in your country Volunteer online Frequently Asked Questions Engage a UN Volunteer COVID-19 pandemic response UN Partner Toolkit Request UN Volunteers United Nations partners UNV funding partners Sponsor UN Volunteers UNV and the private sector Volunteerism State of the World's Volunteerism Volunteerism and the Global Goals Knowledge Portal on Volunteerism Plan of Action 2016-2030 International Volunteer Day About UNV Who we are Our mission: Mobilize volunteers Our mission: Promote volunteerism Publications database Employment & internships Procurement information Scam alert Contact us Reports Annual Report 2021 Annual Report 2020 Annual Report 2019 Our legacy A short history of UNV UNV at 50 UNV alumni Regional offices Regional offices Europe and the CIS Asia and the Pacific Latin America and the Caribbean Arab States East and Southern Africa West and Central Africa My UNV Profile UNV eCampus This website benefits from the continuous support of Online Volunteers.
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Score: 1680055.9 - https://www.unv.org/index.php/node/30481
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Explore our work in the different regions of the world. view East and Southern Africa view West and Central Africa view Arab States view Europe and the CIS view Latin America and the Caribbean view Asia and the Pacific Regions Europe and the CIS Asia and the Pacific Latin America and the Caribbean Arab States East and Southern Africa West and Central Africa Breadcrumb Home Pioneer volunteer from 1971 celebrates UNV at 50 John's favourite photo, a memento of his time in Chad in 1971, depicts silhouettes of scimitar-horned oryx. John Newby, personal archive Pioneer volunteer from 1971 celebrates UNV at 50 02 December 2021 John Newby, former UN Volunteer Wildlife Biologist print Low quality, print optimized High quality, color print pdf The year the United Nations Volunteers (UNV) programme was established, John Newby became the first UN Volunteer to serve in Chad. (...) They have stood the test of time because they were genuine, sincere, and full of mutual understanding and respect. John Newby, UN Volunteer Wildlife Biologist in Chad in 1971, and in 2021. ©John Newby, personal archive   West and Central Africa UNV50 biodiversity UNDP Sustainable Development Goal SDG 15: Life on land SDG 17: Partnerships for the goals facebook twitter linkedin youtube-play instagram flickr Main navigation Become a UN Volunteer How to register in our Talent Pool Unified Conditions of Service Volunteer abroad Volunteer in your country Volunteer online Frequently Asked Questions Engage a UN Volunteer COVID-19 pandemic response UN Partner Toolkit Request UN Volunteers United Nations partners UNV funding partners Sponsor UN Volunteers UNV and the private sector Volunteerism State of the World's Volunteerism Volunteerism and the Global Goals Knowledge Portal on Volunteerism Plan of Action 2016-2030 International Volunteer Day About UNV Who we are Our mission: Mobilize volunteers Our mission: Promote volunteerism Publications database Employment & internships Procurement information Scam alert Contact us Reports Annual Report 2021 Annual Report 2020 Annual Report 2019 Our legacy A short history of UNV UNV at 50 UNV alumni Regional offices Regional offices Europe and the CIS Asia and the Pacific Latin America and the Caribbean Arab States East and Southern Africa West and Central Africa My UNV Profile UNV eCampus This website benefits from the continuous support of Online Volunteers.
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Explore our work in the different regions of the world. vista África Oriental y Meridional vista África Occidental y Central vista Estados Arabes vista Europa y la CEI vista América Latina y el Caribe vista Asia y el Pacifico Regiones África Occidental y Central Asia y el Pacifico Europa y la CEI América Latina y el Caribe África Oriental y Meridional Estados Arabes Breadcrumb Casa Pioneer volunteer from 1971 celebrates UNV at 50 John's favourite photo, a memento of his time in Chad in 1971, depicts silhouettes of scimitar-horned oryx. John Newby, personal archive Pioneer volunteer from 1971 celebrates UNV at 50 02 December 2021 John Newby, former UN Volunteer Wildlife Biologist print Low quality, print optimized High quality, color print pdf The year the United Nations Volunteers (UNV) programme was established, John Newby became the first UN Volunteer to serve in Chad. (...) They have stood the test of time because they were genuine, sincere, and full of mutual understanding and respect. John Newby, UN Volunteer Wildlife Biologist in Chad in 1971, and in 2021. ©John Newby, personal archive   West and Central Africa UNV50 biodiversity UNDP Sustainable Development Goal SDG 15: Life on land SDG 17: Partnerships for the goals facebook twitter linkedin youtube-play instagram flickr Main navigation Hazte Voluntario/a a ONU How to register in our Talent Pool Unified Conditions of Service Voluntariado en el extranjero Voluntariado en tu país Voluntariado en línea Preguntas frecuentes Colabore con un voluntario de las Naciones Unidas COVID-19 pandemic response UN Partner Toolkit Solicitar voluntarios de las Naciones Unidas Asociados de las Naciones Unidas Financiar el programa VNU Financiar a Voluntarios/as ONU El programa VNU y el sector privado Voluntariado State of the World's Volunteerism El voluntariado y los Objetivos Mundiales Knowledge Portal on Volunteerism Plan of Action 2016-2030 Nuestras campañas Acerca del programa VNU Quiénes somos Movilizar voluntarios Promover el voluntariado Publications database Employment & internships Adquisiciones y contratos Scam alert Contacto Informes Annual Report 2021 Informe anual 2020 Informe anual 2019 Nuestro mandato A short history of UNV UNV at 50 UNV alumni Regional offices Regional offices Europe and the CIS Asia and the Pacific Latin America and the Caribbean Arab States East and Southern Africa West and Central Africa My UNV Profile UNV eCampus Este sitio web cuenta con el apoyo continuo del servicio Voluntariado en Línea del programa VNU.
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Score: 1664122.3 - https://www.unv.org/index.php/es/node/30481
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Explore our work in the different regions of the world. voir Afrique Orientale et Australe voir Afrique Occidentale et Centrale voir États Arabes voir Europe et CEI voir Amérique latine et Caraïbes voir Asie et Pacifique Régions Afrique Occidentale et Centrale Asie et Pacifique Europe et CEI Amérique latine et Caraïbes États Arabes Afrique Orientale et Australe Breadcrumb Accueil Pioneer volunteer from 1971 celebrates UNV at 50 John's favourite photo, a memento of his time in Chad in 1971, depicts silhouettes of scimitar-horned oryx. John Newby, personal archive Pioneer volunteer from 1971 celebrates UNV at 50 02 December 2021 John Newby, former UN Volunteer Wildlife Biologist print Low quality, print optimized High quality, color print pdf The year the United Nations Volunteers (UNV) programme was established, John Newby became the first UN Volunteer to serve in Chad. (...) They have stood the test of time because they were genuine, sincere, and full of mutual understanding and respect. John Newby, UN Volunteer Wildlife Biologist in Chad in 1971, and in 2021. ©John Newby, personal archive   West and Central Africa UNV50 biodiversity UNDP Sustainable Development Goal SDG 15: Life on land SDG 17: Partnerships for the goals facebook twitter linkedin youtube-play instagram flickr Main navigation Deviens Volontaire ONU How to register in our Talent Pool Unified Conditions of Service Volontaire à l’étranger Volontaire dans ton pays Volontaire en ligne Foire aux questions Engager un Volontaire des Nations Unies COVID-19 pandemic response UN Partner Toolkit Sollicitez des Volontaires des Nations Unies Partenaires des Nations Unies Financement du programme VNU Financer des Volontaires ONU Le programme VNU et le secteur privé Volontariat State of the World's Volunteerism Le volontariat et les objectifs mondiaux Knowledge Portal on Volunteerism Plan of Action 2016-2030 Nos campagnes À propos du programme VNU Qui nous sommes Mobiliser des volontaires Promouvoir le volontariat Publications database Employment & internships Acquisition de biens et services Scam alert Contacts Rapports Annual Report 2021 Rapport annuel 2020 Rapport annuel 2019 Notre mandat A short history of UNV UNV at 50 UNV alumni Regional offices Regional offices Europe and the CIS Asia and the Pacific Latin America and the Caribbean Arab States East and Southern Africa West and Central Africa My UNV Profile UNV eCampus Ce site bénéficie d'un soutien continu de Volontaires en ligne.
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Score: 1664122.3 - https://www.unv.org/index.php/fr/node/30481
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Explore our work in the different regions of the world. vista África Oriental y Meridional vista África Occidental y Central vista Estados Arabes vista Europa y la CEI vista América Latina y el Caribe vista Asia y el Pacifico Regiones África Occidental y Central Asia y el Pacifico Europa y la CEI América Latina y el Caribe África Oriental y Meridional Estados Arabes Breadcrumb Casa Pioneer volunteer from 1971 celebrates UNV at 50 John's favourite photo, a memento of his time in Chad in 1971, depicts silhouettes of scimitar-horned oryx. John Newby, personal archive Pioneer volunteer from 1971 celebrates UNV at 50 02 December 2021 John Newby, former UN Volunteer Wildlife Biologist print Low quality, print optimized High quality, color print pdf The year the United Nations Volunteers (UNV) programme was established, John Newby became the first UN Volunteer to serve in Chad. (...) They have stood the test of time because they were genuine, sincere, and full of mutual understanding and respect. John Newby, UN Volunteer Wildlife Biologist in Chad in 1971, and in 2021. ©John Newby, personal archive   West and Central Africa UNV50 biodiversity UNDP Sustainable Development Goal SDG 15: Life on land SDG 17: Partnerships for the goals facebook twitter linkedin youtube-play instagram flickr Main navigation Hazte Voluntario/a a ONU How to register in our Talent Pool Unified Conditions of Service Voluntariado en el extranjero Voluntariado en tu país Voluntariado en línea Preguntas frecuentes Colabore con un voluntario de las Naciones Unidas COVID-19 pandemic response UN Partner Toolkit Solicitar voluntarios de las Naciones Unidas Asociados de las Naciones Unidas Financiar el programa VNU Financiar a Voluntarios/as ONU El programa VNU y el sector privado Voluntariado State of the World's Volunteerism El voluntariado y los Objetivos Mundiales Knowledge Portal on Volunteerism Plan of Action 2016-2030 Nuestras campañas Acerca del programa VNU Quiénes somos Movilizar voluntarios Promover el voluntariado Publications database Employment & internships Adquisiciones y contratos Scam alert Contacto Informes Annual Report 2021 Informe anual 2020 Informe anual 2019 Nuestro mandato A short history of UNV UNV at 50 UNV alumni Regional offices Regional offices Europe and the CIS Asia and the Pacific Latin America and the Caribbean Arab States East and Southern Africa West and Central Africa My UNV Profile UNV eCampus Este sitio web cuenta con el apoyo continuo del servicio Voluntariado en Línea del programa VNU.
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Score: 1664122.3 - https://www.unv.org/es/node/30481
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Explore our work in the different regions of the world. voir Afrique Orientale et Australe voir Afrique Occidentale et Centrale voir États Arabes voir Europe et CEI voir Amérique latine et Caraïbes voir Asie et Pacifique Régions Afrique Occidentale et Centrale Asie et Pacifique Europe et CEI Amérique latine et Caraïbes États Arabes Afrique Orientale et Australe Breadcrumb Accueil Pioneer volunteer from 1971 celebrates UNV at 50 John's favourite photo, a memento of his time in Chad in 1971, depicts silhouettes of scimitar-horned oryx. John Newby, personal archive Pioneer volunteer from 1971 celebrates UNV at 50 02 December 2021 John Newby, former UN Volunteer Wildlife Biologist print Low quality, print optimized High quality, color print pdf The year the United Nations Volunteers (UNV) programme was established, John Newby became the first UN Volunteer to serve in Chad. (...) They have stood the test of time because they were genuine, sincere, and full of mutual understanding and respect. John Newby, UN Volunteer Wildlife Biologist in Chad in 1971, and in 2021. ©John Newby, personal archive   West and Central Africa UNV50 biodiversity UNDP Sustainable Development Goal SDG 15: Life on land SDG 17: Partnerships for the goals facebook twitter linkedin youtube-play instagram flickr Main navigation Deviens Volontaire ONU How to register in our Talent Pool Unified Conditions of Service Volontaire à l’étranger Volontaire dans ton pays Volontaire en ligne Foire aux questions Engager un Volontaire des Nations Unies COVID-19 pandemic response UN Partner Toolkit Sollicitez des Volontaires des Nations Unies Partenaires des Nations Unies Financement du programme VNU Financer des Volontaires ONU Le programme VNU et le secteur privé Volontariat State of the World's Volunteerism Le volontariat et les objectifs mondiaux Knowledge Portal on Volunteerism Plan of Action 2016-2030 Nos campagnes À propos du programme VNU Qui nous sommes Mobiliser des volontaires Promouvoir le volontariat Publications database Employment & internships Acquisition de biens et services Scam alert Contacts Rapports Annual Report 2021 Rapport annuel 2020 Rapport annuel 2019 Notre mandat A short history of UNV UNV at 50 UNV alumni Regional offices Regional offices Europe and the CIS Asia and the Pacific Latin America and the Caribbean Arab States East and Southern Africa West and Central Africa My UNV Profile UNV eCampus Ce site bénéficie d'un soutien continu de Volontaires en ligne.
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Score: 1664122.3 - https://www.unv.org/fr/node/30481
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UNV-2022-10-07T13:39:45+0200.pdf General enquires Email: unv.media@unv.org Tel: +49-228-815 2000 Fax: +49-228-815 2001 Partnership enquires Email: partnershipsupport@unv.org Tel: +49-228-815 2000 Fax: +49-228-815 2001 1 John's favourite photo, a memento of his time in Chad in 1971, depicts silhouettes of scimitar-horned oryx. © John Newby, personal archive 02 December 2021 John Newby, former UN Volunteer Wildlife Biologist Pioneer volunteer from 1971 celebrates UNV at 50 The year the United Nations Volunteers (UNV) programme was established, John Newby became the first UN Volunteer to serve in Chad.
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JCA-AHF Geneva, Switzerland, 25 PM January 2016 Final list of participants JCA-AHF 27 January 2016 Name Entity Country The Swedish Disability Federation Sweden1082644 Ms AHLGREN Mia* Mr ARAYA Jorge Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights Switzerland1082617 SG1082622 BR1082623 Ms BOGDAN MARTIN GARCIA Doreen Mr BUONOMO Sergio Dr CAF Dusan* Electronic Communications Council of the Republic of Slovenia Slovenia1082627 World Health Organization Switzerland1082246 ETRI Korea (Rep. of)1082662 CCC(United Kingdom) United Kingdom1082689 Ofcom(United Kingdom) United Kingdom1082718 SG1082624 Feel The BenefIT Ireland1082630 Swiss Federation of the Deaf Switzerland1082464 Swiss Federation of the Deaf Switzerland1082462 ITU Deputy Secretary-General1082613 Acceque Ltd United Kingdom1082615 Keio University Japan1082714 World Federation of the Deaf Finland1082460 BR1082403 G3ict United States1082645 Overseas Interpreting Sign Language ASL United Kingdom1082619 SG1082442 DAISY Consortium1082197 Karen Newby Limited(United Kingdom) United Kingdom1082654 SPIDER(Sweden) Sweden1082620 ETSI1082626 Overseas Interpreting Sign Language ASL United Kingdom1082618 RNIB United Kingdom1082499 SG1082789 United States United States1082608 SGO/JUR1082788 TSB1082745 BDT1082791 NICT Japan1082787 SG1082625 TU/e, Eindhoven Netherlands1082406 Dr CHADHA Shelly Dr CHOI Miran Mr COPSEY Brian* Mrs DATA Cristina* Mr DIAZ BATANERO José Maria Mr ELLIS Gerard Mrs GERBERSHAGEN Marta Mr HERMANN Roland Mr JOHNSON Malcolm Mr JONES Christopher* Prof. KAWAMORI Masahito Mr KLEEB Beat Mrs KOIZUMI Junko Mr LEBLOIS Axel* Mrs LEVERETT Ariane Mr MALOOR Preetam Mr MITTELSTAEDT Olaf Ms NEWBY Karen* Mr OWUOR John* Mr PLUKE Mike Mr POULIOT Oliver Ms RAI Sonali* Ms RZAYEVA Ilaha Ms SAKS Andrea Ms SAREIDAKI Despoina Mr SCHOLL Reinhard Ms SCHORR Susan Mr SENDA Shoichi Mr TAM Edmund Dr VAN NES Floris Mr WAGNER Roland Swiss Federation of the Deaf Switzerland1082463 27/01/2016 Page 1 of 2 Name Entity Country Mrs WIDMER-ILIESCU Roxana BDT1082587 Mrs YANG Xiaoya TSB1082296 Total : 38 27/01/2016 Page 2 of 2 *Remote participant 9 / Countries represented : 10
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Score: 1583342.3 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-T/j...-AHF%2027%20January%202016.pdf
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