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The term “Social Media Spaces” refers to the profiles and features of social media channels and networks that are used by UNDP, which may include, but are not limited to the following:   Facebook Twitter Instagram LinkedIn WhatsApp TikTok Clubhouse YouTube and their related features.   Compliance with Laws and Terms of Use    Each UNDP Social Media Space has its own Terms of Use and Privacy Policies.
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CORE DOCUMENT FORMING PART OF THE REPORTS OF STATES PARTIES : PALAU
German public health measures indirectly undermined the traditional system of village clubs - an important part of the educational and socialization process for young people. Many clubhouses were burned to control the spread of communicable diseases, but seldom rebuilt, in part because the population, drastically depleted by foreign-introduced diseases, lacked sufficient labour to undertake traditional community work.
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Capitalizing on the popularity of this music among the younger generation, new social networks have emerged – such as Clubhouse, an invite-only social network based on audio-chat – where members from all over the world can talk in real time.
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Score: 971129.1 - https://en.unesco.org/courier/...21-2/k-pop-cure-pandemic-blues
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.); j.All inclusive design including furniture, finishes, lighting, electrical installation, HVAC and outlets ready to hook the facility to existing mains. 3Main features spread across double level structure a.Sports Club House b.Changing Rooms c.Gym/Fitness Studios d.Clubhouse, Bar or Cafeteria e.Poolside House f.Multiport Training Pavilions (Tennis, Squash, Basket, Volley, etc.) g.Multipurpose lounge area with TV h.Seating dining area indoor i.Seating dining area outdoor: shaded (sun and rain protection) j.Kitchen extension (optional) k.Toilet male + female extension (optional) 4Design options as per personnel number a.50-person b.100-person c.200-person d.500-person 5Documents submittals: a.Cover letter The cover letter shall include the following: •The legal name and address of respondent •The name, title and telephone number of the individual authorized to submit information •A statement that the respondent has read, understands, and agrees to all provisions of the RFI b.Brief Demonstration Project proposal Respondents should provide a brief summary of their approach and concept focused on Modular Prefabricated Sport Facility & Welfare Facility/Clubhouse. The facility should include all features mentioned in this RFI paragraph 2 & 3 and with assumption the potential Demonstration Project will be designed for 200 personnel and located in UNMISS Camp in Juba, South Sudan.
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Score: 925127.9 - https://www.un.org/Depts/ptd/s...pts.ptd/files/pdf/rfi19376.pdf
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.); i.All inclusive design including furniture, finishes, lighting, electrical installation, HVAC and outlets ready to hook the facility to existing mains. 3.Main features spread across double level structure: a.Clubhouse / bar with secure storage. b.Multipurpose lounge area with TV c.Seating dining area indoor d.Seating dining area outdoor: shaded (sun and rain protection) e.Kitchen extension (optional) f.Toilet male + female extension (optional) 4.Design options as per personnel number: a.50 people b.100 people c.200 people 5.Documents submittals: a.Cover letter The cover letter shall include the following: •The legal name and address of respondent •The name, title and telephone number of the individual authorized to submit information •A statement that the respondent has read, understands, and agrees to all provisions of the RFI b.Brief Demonstration Project proposal Respondents should provide a brief summary of their approach and concept focused on Prefabricated Welfare Facility / Clubhouse constructed from modified sea shipping containers.
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Score: 925127.9 - https://www.un.org/Depts/ptd/s...pts.ptd/files/pdf/rfi19377.pdf
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CABLEGRAM DATED 57/09/07 FROM THE FOREIGN MINISTER OF THE MONGOLIAN PEOPLE'S REPUBLIC ADDRESSED TO THE PRESIDENT OF THE SECURITY COUNCIL
THE REPUBLIC HAS DOZENS OF THEATRES AND CINEMAS, HtJ"'NDREDS OF CLUBHOUSES AND MOBILE CINEMAS INSTALLATIONS. THE FILM INDUSTRY IS SUCCESSFULLY DEVELOPING.
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Below are suggested channels and their functions to be further explored: 7 Channel Function U-Report (Telegram / Whatsapp) • Dissemination of messages/information • Soliciting feedback (polls) • Recruitment channel for engagement activities Zoom • Online sessions / events to educate, raise awareness and foster participation Youtube • Repository of video assets Social Media • Existing UNICEF Social Media (IG, FB, Twitter) • TikTok • Discord • Clubhouse • Platform to call for and collate member-initiated content • Amplification of engagement opportunities and programme • Foster sense of community and interaction • Peer-to-peer mobilisation FB Group (closed) • Central repository of all assets (videos, visuals) • Facilitate interaction amongst members • Build sense of community/identity Microsite (open) • Repository of selected assets • Used to inform the public of programme activities Radio / Podcast • Reaching the most inaccessible (rural youth) Additional Resources: • @KitaConnect Telegram Channel: https://t.me/kitaconnectbot and start by typing the word ‘Hi’ • U-Report Survey Results on Adolescents during COVIID-19 • Playlist of previous @KitaConnect video assets • Previous Online Sessions: o Sign with Serena : https://www.facebook.com/unicef.malaysia/videos/266105994701112 o Perspectives Series: Veveonah the ‘Treetop Student’: https://www.facebook.com/unicef.malaysia/videos/319704965746412 o How to be a Changemaker with Heidy Quah: https://www.facebook.com/watch/live/?
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Score: 883287.8 - https://www.unicef.org/malaysi...KitaConnect_EoI_Annex_2021.pdf
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REPORTS SUBMITTED BY STATES PARTIES UNDER ARTICLE 9 OF THE CONVENTION : INTERNATIONAL CONVENTION ON THE ELIMINATION OF ALL FORMS OF RACIAL DISCRIMINATION : 4TH TO 6TH PERIODIC REPORTS OF STATES PARTIES DUE IN 2011 : LIECHTENSTEIN
In 2007, persons with right-wing extremist views were prohibited from running a clubhouse. Members of the association were arrested pursuant to the penal provision cited above and sentenced to suspended terms of imprisonment. 24 Criminal Code of 24 June 1987, amended by LGBl. 2000 No. 36 CERD/C/LIE/4-6 13 35. (...) In the reporting period, a total of 23 criminal reports with a connection to racial discrimination were filed with the police. The closure of a clubhouse mentioned above and the criminal prosecution of the members of the association in 2007, a mass brawl at a festival in 2008, and three arson attacks against a Turkish store and foreigners‟ homes in 2009 and 2010 resulted in final convictions of monetary penalties and imprisonment.26 The rapid measures seized by justice authorities in all three cases were assessed as positive in the social scientific study (see remarks on recommendation no. 18 under 2) and classified as a “preventive repressive measure”.
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