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The Respondent avers that the role played by the Ethics Office is similar to the role played by the Office of the Ombudsman in that they are both independent of the hierarchical structure of the Organization and that they both play intermediary roles. (...) The Tribunal does not, however, agree with the Respondent’s contention that the role played by the Ethics Office in relation to its tasks under section 5.2 of ST/SGB/2005/21 is on par with that played by the Ombudsman i.e. advisory. 49. (...) If the decision is that there is no prima facie case of retaliation, the staff member is left without protection even if he or she was found to have engaged in a protected activity. The Tribunal considers that this unique role played by the Ethics Office cannot be deemed as merely an advisory one that is not subject to judicial scrutiny.
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Score: 745924.56 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2011-063.pdf
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Play involves the exercise of autonomy, physical, mental or emotional activity, and has the potential to take infinite forms, either in groups or alone. (...) Children are entitled to exercise choice and autonomy in their play and recreational activities, as well as in their participation in cultural and artistic activities. (...) When play is recognized, it is usually physically active play and competitive games(sport) that are valued above fantasy or social drama, for example.
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Score: 689117.72 - https://www.unicef.org/bulgari...ria/files/2018-09/GC_17_EN.pdf
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Search Close Search UNICEF Fulltext search Max Page 10 more play based learning activities for children Help children continue learning at home UNICEFMK Available in: English Македонски With the temporary closure of schools and kindergartens, play based learning activities can help children to continue learning at home. (...) New digital platform with teacher video classes and play-based learning activities available at  http://eduino.gov.mk/     Bactéries Download guide and activity sheets available in  Macedonian  and  Albanian . Playing with colors Download guide and activity sheets available in  Macedonian  and  Albanian .
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Score: 682266.2 - https://www.unicef.org/northma...d-learning-activities-children
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We will play and cheer again when everyone is safe from the pandemic. (...) The International Day of Sport for Development and Peace on 6 April presents an opportunity to recognize the role that sport and physical activity plays in communities and in people’s lives across the world. (...) But sport itself can help play a role in building resilience and in the recovery from the pandemic.
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Score: 678859.23 - https://www.un.org/en/observances/sport-day
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Search Close Search UNICEF Fulltext search Max Press release More than half of young children deprived of play and early learning activities with their fathers A UNICEF study reveals that many Kyrgyz fathers are struggling to play an active role in their children’s early years. 16 June 2017 ЮНИСЕФ Available in: English русский кыргызча BISHKEK/NEW YORK  , 16 June 2017  - More than half – or 55 per cent - of children aged between 3 and 4 years-old in 74 countries – approximately 40 million – have fathers who do not play or engage in early learning activities with them, according to a new UNICEF analysis. In Kyrgyzstan, 61 per cent of children of this age lack play and early learning activities with their fathers.  “What these numbers show us is that fathers are struggling to play an active role in their children’s early years,” said Yukie Mokuo, UNICEF Representative in Kyrgyzstan.
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Score: 675854.64 - https://www.unicef.org/kyrgyzs...rning-activities-their-fathers
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As a parent you have a key role in all of this – both in the time you can bring to playing with your children and which toys, games and activities you select. (...) Both girls and boys can play with dolls and cooking toys as well as engage in physically active games and sports. (...) Replace or supplement digital games with constructive physical activities, such as sports and outdoor games. Physical activity is essential for the healthy development of all children, no matter their gender, and children should be encouraged to engage in physical play as early in life as possible through sports, going to the playground or playing games with their friends.
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Score: 674238.77 - https://www.unicef.org/parenti...ve-gender-stereotypes-playtime
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The programme combined sport and play activities with children on the cusp of adolescence, capacity building with education partners, and wider engagements with parents and the community, with the primary goal to reduce violence among and against children. (...) The participation of head teachers was seen as particularly important to ensure they engaged closely with programme activities in schools. Delivering games and activities: Each month, the Right to Play team, the school principal, teachers and coaches met to discuss the monthly scheduling of activities. (...) In this case, activities were entirely sport and play-based, and used an engaging and participatory pedagogy adjusted to children’s development stages.
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Score: 673277.93 - https://www.unwomen.org/sites/...e-summary-Right-to-play-en.pdf
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Search Close Search UNICEF Fulltext search Max Page Activity ideas for playing and learning with your children Stimulate creativity and make the most of time to bring your family together UNICEF UNICEF/UN0202875/Serbia Available in: Español English Parenting  | Food and nutrition  | Early learning  | Nurturing care  | Health | Security and protection  |  Short masterclasses for parents and caregivers Play and learn with your children. (...) It is critical that children continue learning and playing from home. Parents have played a crucial role in ensuring educational continuity and entertainment at home. (...) You will find a new activity or challenge every day!  These activities are featured below for you to replicate with your children. >> Visit the page   UNICEF Play and laugh together at home Find suggestions on games and activities you can practice at home to learn and laugh as a family.
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Score: 673183.7 - https://www.unicef.org/lac/en/...-laugh-and-learn-together-home
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As a parent you have a key role in all of this – both in the time you can bring to playing with your children and which toys, games and activities you select. (...) Both girls and boys can play with dolls and cooking toys as well as engage in physically active games and sports. (...) Replace or supplement digital games with constructive physical activities, such as sports and outdoor games. Physical activity is essential for the healthy development of all children, no matter their gender, and children should be encouraged to engage in physical play as early in life as possible through sports, going to the playground or playing games with their friends.
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Score: 669187.6 - https://www.unicef.org/turkiye...ve-gender-stereotypes-playtime
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Play in all its forms is the right of every child. Activities that employ and teach safe and inclusive play and sport are tools to improve children’s lives. (...) Sport is a powerful social tool, bringing together people from different ethnic, cultural, religious, linguistic and socio-economic backgrounds. Sport plays an important role in improving physical and mental health, and fostering active citizenship and social inclusion.
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Score: 666949.3 - https://www.unicef.org/vietnam/stories/why-sport
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