Home

Results 1 - 10 of 10,378 for consciousness. Search took 1.29 seconds.  
Sort by date/Sort by relevance
Educational partnership combines parents’ and professionals’ expertice to support the children Nurse professio- nalism Teacher professio- nalism Key concept: Educational Consciousness (Hirsjärvi 1981) Why educational consciousness?  (...) (Hirsjärvi 1981, Tahvanainen 2001) Educational consciousness steers actions and becomes  apparent in educational actions (Happo 2006, Poikolainen 2002).  (...) Core areas and contents of educational consciousness in ECEC’s ME (Salomaa 2016,  drawing from Hirsjärvi 1981) 1. 
Language:English
Score: 1023093.8 - https://en.unesco.org/sites/de...iles/gmw2018_saara_salomaa.pdf
Data Source: un
These two categories of persons have one thing in common, that is, that they were not included in the Palestine Arab Community as a result of the statements which they made to the census officials in the 1931 census, thus showing that they possessed a national consciousness other than an Arab national consciousness.  This national consciousness, on which the determination of ethnical origin is based, might have been Greek, Turkish, Armenian or other.  Furthermore, a manifestation of this national consciousness has been the resumption of previous nationality, or the acquisition of a new nationality by reason of racial ties with the majority of the population of another country.  
Language:English
Score: 1003057.5 - https://www.un.org/unispal/document/auto-insert-211401/
Data Source: un
But still, we all have something in common – our conscience and consciousness. This must guide us, not only in remembering the sins of deeds done by one people to another, but also in our vision to create a world of tolerance, solidarity and common sense. (...) Dear friends, Living in the era of globalisation means more than the evolution of communication, technology, and economy; it must also lead to the evolution of global consciousness. An evolved mindset U N I T E D N AT I O N S N AT I O N S U N I E S PA G E 2 immune from any evil thoughts of genocide, crimes against humanity or even crimes based on mental degradation. (...) We each therefore have a singular goal that we should make our life’s mission – to watch and awaken our own consciousness - and in doing so create a better, more just and equal world.
Language:English
Score: 978486.7 - https://www.un.org/en/ga/presi...tements/20080128-holocaust.pdf
Data Source: un
My grandfather was a veteran who had fought in the First and the Second World Wars, and he told me that I should read those comic books with fahamu , which is the Kiswahili word for consciousness. He said, ‘You know, war is not good. The bombs that were dropped by the fighter pilots killed people, and human beings have this tendency to fight against each other and to resolve issues through violence. (...) A few years later, I started teaching there, at the Auschwitz Institute for the Prevention of Genocide. The consciousness kept growing in me, and I now find myself in my current role, as the Special Adviser on the Prevention of Genocide, advising the United Nations Secretary-General. (...) If I did not approach the subject of the Holocaust with fahamu , the consciousness that my grandfather taught me, there is a great deal of history that I would never have learned
Language:English
Score: 943495.5 - https://news.un.org/en/story/2022/01/1110822
Data Source: un
Geert Cappelaere, UNICEF Regional Director for the Middle East and North Africa UNICEF Yemen/2018/Moohiadin 22 March 2018 22 March 2018  - The gradual erosion of public consciousness for our common duty to protect children seems to have made the world numb to egregious violations. (...) The wars in Syria and Yemen are the acceleration of this loss of common consciousness. The lack of public outrage on a large scale today, when children are being attacked and when it is impossible to claim ignorance of what is taking place, is a bleak indicator. (...) In 2014, the world’s consciousness was supposed to be shaken when 1 million children from Syria became refugees.
Language:English
Score: 943495.5 - https://www.unicef.org/yemen/s...te-sacred-principle-protection
Data Source: un
Fifteen years later, Mandela wrote from prison a long reflection on the Black Consciousness Movement, in the course of which he said, "Those who help to perpetuate white supremacy are the enemies of the people, even if they are black, while those who oppose all forms of racism form part of the people irrespective of their colour." 1 In 1997, while serving as President of a newly democratic South Africa and confronting the resilience of apartheid and colonial patterning, Mandela said, "We have not fallen from heaven into this new South Africa; we all come crawling from the mud of a deeply racially divided past. (...) It is an apparatus that takes many forms; it is fluid and adaptive; it is everywhere and nowhere; it can be wielded consciously or unconsciously; and, as Mandela argued, it can also be perpetuated by black people. (...) Mandela, "Whither the Black Consciousness Movement? An Assessment", in Reflections in Prison:Voices from the South African Liberation Struggle , Mac Maharaj, ed.
Language:English
Score: 933078.7 - https://www.un.org/en/un-chron...nelson-mandela-and-black-lives
Data Source: un
Fifteen years later, Mandela wrote from prison a long reflection on the Black Consciousness Movement, in the course of which he said, "Those who help to perpetuate white supremacy are the enemies of the people, even if they are black, while those who oppose all forms of racism form part of the people irrespective of their colour." 1 In 1997, while serving as President of a newly democratic South Africa and confronting the resilience of apartheid and colonial patterning, Mandela said, "We have not fallen from heaven into this new South Africa; we all come crawling from the mud of a deeply racially divided past. (...) It is an apparatus that takes many forms; it is fluid and adaptive; it is everywhere and nowhere; it can be wielded consciously or unconsciously; and, as Mandela argued, it can also be perpetuated by black people. (...) Mandela, "Whither the Black Consciousness Movement? An Assessment", in Reflections in Prison:Voices from the South African Liberation Struggle , Mac Maharaj, ed.
Language:English
Score: 933078.7 - https://www.un.org/en/node/84945
Data Source: un
The Aftermath of the Holocaust: The Rise of Consciousness in Global Resistance against Injustice by Professor Petra M. (...) “The rise of social consciousness can be directly tied to the growing use of social media around the world. (...) “The Aftermath of the Holocaust: The Rise of Consciousness in Global Resistance Against Injustice”arises from the understanding to act towards one another in a spirit of brotherhood.
Language:English
Score: 925551.7 - https://www.un.org/sites/un2.u...ocaust_by_petra_schweitzer.pdf
Data Source: un
The gradual erosion of public consciousness for our common duty to protect children seems to have made the world numb to egregious violations. (...) The wars in Syria and Yemen are the acceleration of this loss of common consciousness. The lack of public outrage on a large scale today, when children are being attacked and when it is impossible to claim ignorance of what is taking place, is a bleak indicator. (...) In 2014, the world’s consciousness was supposed to be shaken when 1 million children from Syria became refugees.
Language:English
Score: 917254.3 - https://www.unicef.org/mena/pr...te-sacred-principle-protection
Data Source: un
ATOP Meaningfulworld | United Nations Skip to main content Toggle navigation Welcome to the United Nations العربية 中文 English Français हिन्दी Português Русский Español Kiswahili Civil Society Toggle navigation Home About us » History Useful Links Events » Calendar 2022 Briefings Chat Series Conference » 68th UN Civil Society Conference 67th UN DPI/NGO Conference NGO Dialogues 66th DPI/NGO Conference Association » Application Biennial Review List of DGC-Associated CSOs NGLS » Our Story Action Stories Coronavirus (COVID-19) » Civil Society Response to COVID-19 Stakeholder Opportunities Supported by NGLS Survey on Misinformation about COVID-19 Youth & COVID-19 Youth » Youth Representatives Steering Committee YOUth News Youth Events Resource Centre » Civil Society Resource Centre Conference Room Subscribe CSO associated with UN DGC ATOP Meaningfulworld Where : Over 20 countries  Solutions : Education and advocacy, Involvement of Iocal communities and indigenous peoples, Ecological consciousness  ATOP Meaningfulworld created peace and forgiveness gardens around the world for communities affected by human-made and natural disasters. The community is invited to gather around the garden to engender inner peace, to help forgive oneself and others, to raise consciousness on being mindful of one’s own feelings, managing and transforming negative feelings of anger, rage, envy, and greed, and replacing them with positive and uplifting feelings such as love, gratitude, forgiveness, empathy, compassion, abundance, and acceptance. 
Language:English
Score: 914849 - https://www.un.org/en/civil-society/atop-meaningfulworld
Data Source: un