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Believe in Better: From Policy to Practice - 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 About the Envoy Envoy on Youth’s Workplan Paid Fellowships Annual Report 2021 Annual Report 2020 Youth2030 About the Strategy Progress Report Tools and Resources Toolkit SDG Accountability Youth SDG Dashboard Sustainable Development Climate Action Education Skills and Employment Innovation Human Rights Gender Equality LGBTIQ+ Advocacy Queer Youth Dialogues Disability Inclusion Political Participation Indigenous Youth Humanitarian Action Engaging Safely at the UN Peace and Security Youth, Peace & Security Agenda High-Level Global Conference Protection in Civic Space Digital Safety Youth Representatives Young Leaders for the SDGs Youth Advisory Group on Climate Change News Get in Touch Youth2030 Pulse Twitter Facebook Instagram TikTok Contact Us Believe in Better: From Policy to Practice Youth are critical agents of change for sustainable development, as recognized in the 2030 Agenda, and their experience and resourceful solutions are essential for the follow-up and accountability processes to the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) – a universal call to action to end poverty, protect the planet, and ensure that by 2030 all people enjoy peace and prosperity. (...) In the context of COVID-19 where modes of engagement have been radically transformed, it has become increasingly crucial to ensure that the United Nations supports young people. The report “Believe in Better: From Policy to Practice”, developed in partnership with ActionAid Denmark, demonstrates how the UN currently works with young people so that they are meaningfully and actively included in decision-making spaces at multiple levels of governance, and provides a snapshot of insights and data, into how young people are organizing, included, and responded to by those in positions of power. (...) This research deep dives into activities in 25 countries from across five UN regions, with a specific focus on seven countries, namely Kenya, Ghana, Thailand, Albania, Jordan, Pakistan and Guatemala and is a follow up to the “ Believe in Better ” working paper from 2020. Believe in Better Report Key Messages and Summary Report and Compendium Resource Compendium UNITED NATIONS A-Z Site Index | Contact | Copyright | FAQ | Fraud Alert | Privacy Notice | Terms of Use Page load link
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Score: 615106.93 - https://www.un.org/youthenvoy/...etter-from-policy-to-practice/
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Article 29 December 2021 Better mental health support to families during the pandemic UNICEF, the EU and the Association of Psychologists of Montenegro are calling for the national and local authorities to provide better mental health support Article 06 December 2021 The pandemic is a child-rights crisis Italian news portal Osservatorio Balcani e Caucaso Transeuropa interviewed Juan Santander, UNICEF Montenegro Representative Article 04 October 2021 Young people less believe coronavirus conspiracy theories Young people aged 18–29 are less afraid of coronavirus, more engaged in fact-checking information and believe conspiracy theories on coronavirus less Article 09 September 2021 UNICEF: respect measures to keep schools open UNICEF calls upon national and local authorities, parents, teachers and students to ensure the respect of measures Article 09 September 2021 Immunization against coronavirus – an absolute priority Almost three-quarters of Montenegrin citizens believe that immunization against coronavirus should be a priority Article 20 August 2021 A secret group of powerful people control the world? Citizens who believe that a secret group of powerful people control the world are also more likely to believe in coronavirus conspiracy theories Prev 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 Next Footer UNICEF Montenegro Home Publications and surveys Stories Campaigns About us Our Representative Our Goodwill Ambassador Media Center Ethical guidelines Donate Social Footer Secondary Contact Legal Footer tertiary Report fraud, abuse, wrongdoing
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Score: 615106.93 - https://www.unicef.org/montenegro/en/topics/covid-19
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When I put forward and defend an issue, I must first be honest and believe in it before communicating it to anyone else. (...) Are you optimistic? I believe that the optimistic point of view is preferable to the pessimistic. (...) I have no direct connection to this Centre. I believe that this statistic was most likely a product of the Centre’s research.
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Score: 614956.84 - https://www.un.org/unispal/document/auto-insert-202563/
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. - 40% of the citizens believe that traditional, strict method of child upbringing is the best. (...) Female - Wide belief is that sexual abuse against children is done by adults, and higher percentage of respondents believe that those are adults whom the child knows (52%), rather than the ones whom they do not know (21%). - It is estimated that girls are generally more often victims of this type of violence (64%), while only 3% of the citizens believe that victims are the boys. 10 If you found out of a case of sexual violence against a child, would you report it? (...) Peer and school violence - concrete case of peer violence - 1/3 of citizens know a child who was victim of school violence. - Majority of the citizens believe that specific group of children are more often victims of peer violence, and those are most often members of vulnerable groups: the poor, the disabled, minorities, and also those who are physically weaker. - Boys are more often victims of peer violence (35%) compared to girls (25%), while 39% of respondents believes they are equally subject to peer violence. 13 Peer and school violence - who is usually bullying children at school?
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Score: 614257.67 - https://www.unicef.org/montene...NE-media-MNEpublication304.pdf
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I attend this university and I do what I do because I strongly believe in the principle of fair equality of opportunity. (...) I have the courage to believe in myself and in my colleagues, with whom I formed teams. (...) I did the same during my mandate as president of the Cluj County Student Council. I’ve always believed and will believe in my colleagues, as much as I believe in myself, and I’ve proven my trust many times.
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Score: 614257.67 - https://www.unicef.org/romania/stories/danas-story
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In order to remain relevant out to 2030, we believe that the conceptual framework in the final outcome document needs to reflect these changes. We believe that the Annex contains too many policy ideas to provide a coherent basis for discussions; were they woven into the outcome document, the agenda would lack focus and be unrealistic to implement. (...) Drawing from the list of policy ideas in the Annex, we have identified a number of initiatives that we believe are important and around which consensus could be built.
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Score: 613250.63 - https://www.un.org/esa/ffd/wp-...ep-comments-Canada-Feb2015.pdf
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Excellencies, Ladies and Gentleman, Over the last year it was often recalled that UNIDO finds itself at a crossroads and that this juncture is not only one of challenge, but equally one of opportunity. We believe UNIDO left this juncture behind and got on the right track, with the smooth election of Mr. (...) The mission is to make sure that our economies and societies will serve us all and serve the generations to come. Hungary believes that UNIDO has a role to play in this mission. (...) UNIDO has a particular value as the central coordinator of international industrial cooperation in the UN system. We believe that the Organization will be able to further its relevance in and provide a significant contribution to the single overarching post-2015 development agenda.
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Score: 613100.15 - https://www.unido.org/sites/de...IDO_GC_HUngary_statement_0.pdf
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We all saw yesterday’s ceremony at the White House, where Israel signed diplomatic agreements with the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain.  Do you believe that this opens up new prospects for peace in the Middle East?   (...) And so, I believe that, independently of the opinions that might exist about the agreement, it would be very important for Palestinians and Israelis to engage in direct negotiations for peace in the Middle East. (...) On the other [question], we are against death penalty in all circumstances.  I’m a strong believer that death penalty should never be applied to anybody anywhere. 
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Score: 612560.2 - https://www.un.org/unispal/doc...quarters-sg-sm-20258-excerpts/
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Mfungahema of Tanzania, a document which we believe will help move the dialogue forward on a variety of important issues. (...) In particular, the United States believes that many countries’ liberalization of their regulatory policies to permit competition has provided for an increase in telecommunications service availability across the globe. (...) To prescribe new ITRS could be harmful to global telecommunications growth and technology innovation. The United States believes that a detailed treaty-level document on how Recognized Operating Agencies must operate in the current marketplace could stifle investment and innovation.
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Score: 611966.8 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-T/secured/itr/replies/USA-0904.doc
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In addition, we believe that advancing health and nutrition requires a multi-stakeholder approach that reflects the complexities of the issues.  For this reason, we believe that ICN2 should include participation from civil society as well as the private sector. (...) We believe that developing the economy, including promoting women’s role in the economy, is important.
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Score: 611966.8 - https://www.fao.org/fsnforum/index.php/comment/5671
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