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The Applicant admitted that he had danced with BB in a style of “Latino Americano, this kind of Caribbean dancing” and that BB “may have” pushed him away. The Applicant further described the situation as follows: … [W]e were on the dancing floor, okay, there are a lot of couples dancing. (...) In this regard, the Tribunal takes judicial note that in many Latin American inspired dances, the dancing partners will typically dance physically very close to each other, which was also what the Applicant attempted to do with BB, but which she did not want.
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Score: 1095542.3 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2021-007.pdf
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The others re-entered the room, began dancing in a circle, and pulled the Complainant and the Applicant into the dance, next to one another. (...) UNDT/NBI/2019/062 Judgment No.: UNDT/2020/220 Page 6 of 18 testified that the attendees “certainly” were not dancing in any form of communal dancing, but were dancing “completely individually”, when she interspersed herself between the Complainant and the Applicant. (...) When he woke up, the rest of the attendees were dancing in the middle of the room. The Applicant stood up and started dancing very close to the Complainant, and as she moved away, he moved closer to her.
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Score: 1082025.1 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2020-220.pdf
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The traditional style involves a large circle of dancers, sometimes with onlookers who sing an accompaniment without musical instrumentation. Some dances imitate the calls and movements of animals or insects; others, like the sword and bow dances, are rituals; and still others are improvisational or purely entertainment. Believing that deities can be found in their surroundings, the Ainu frequently use dance to worship and give thanks for nature. Dance also plays a central role in formal ceremonies such as   Iyomante,   in which participants send the deity embodied in a bear they have eaten back to heaven by mimicking the movements of a living bear. For the Ainu, dance reinforces their connection to the natural and religious world and provides a link to other Arctic cultures in Russia and North America.
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Score: 1045403.2 - https://en.unesco.org/silkroad...eritage/traditional-ainu-dance
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It takes the form of a warlike dance performed to drums and the chanting of poetry in a local tribal dialect. (...) The dance is performed outdoors, on occasions such as weddings, circumcisions and religious feasts. As for other Omani Bedouin dances, class and other distinctions are erased, as tribal leaders perform alongside the most humble of the population.
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Score: 1042076.7 - https://en.unesco.org/silkroad...and-dance-oman-dhofari-valleys
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Once professional snake handlers, Kalbelia today evoke their former occupation in music and dance that is evolving in new and creative ways. (...) Kalbelia songs disseminate mythological knowledge through stories, while special traditional dances are performed during Holi, the festival of colours. (...) Transmitted from generation to generation, the songs and dances form part of an oral tradition for which no texts or training manuals exist.
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Score: 1038771.1 - https://en.unesco.org/silkroad...olk-songs-and-dances-rajasthan
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Areguá organizes its first International Dance Festival of Creative Cities | Creative Cities Network Skip to main content Languages English Français Español 中文 Toggle navigation Brand ABOUT US Themes Countries Partnerships Join Us Resources Creative Cities Network Toggle navigation Home Creative Cities What's On About us Why Creativity? (...) Annual Conferences Management documents Reporting & monitoring Use of the logo Cities Response to COVID-19 Media and Interviews Contact Join the Network Call for Applications Frequently Asked Questions COVID-19 Areguá organizes its first International Dance Festival of Creative Cities Areguá Crafts and Folk Art Areguá organizes its first International Dance Festival of Creative Cities When:  Thu, 12/30/2021 Building on the rich and diverse local traditions of folk dance in Latin America, Areguá (Paraguay), a UNESCO Creative City of Crafts and Folk Art since 2019, organized its first International Dance Festival of Creative Cities.   (...) During the Dance Festival, various dance performances were given by the "Chiapan" – Children and Youth Folkloric Ballet of San Cristóbal de las Casas, Ayacucho Folkloric Ballet, the Municipal Ballet of Areguá and its "M Centro de arte".
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Score: 1038771.1 - https://en.unesco.org/creative-cities/node/1976
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Areguá organizes its first International Dance Festival of Creative Cities | Creative Cities Network Skip to main content Languages English Français Español 中文 Toggle navigation Brand ABOUT US Themes Countries Partnerships Join Us Resources Creative Cities Network Toggle navigation Home Creative Cities What's On About us Why Creativity? (...) Annual Conferences Management documents Reporting & monitoring Use of the logo Cities Response to COVID-19 Media and Interviews Contact Join the Network Call for Applications Frequently Asked Questions COVID-19 Areguá organizes its first International Dance Festival of Creative Cities Areguá Crafts and Folk Art Areguá organizes its first International Dance Festival of Creative Cities When:  Thu, 12/30/2021 Building on the rich and diverse local traditions of folk dance in Latin America, Areguá (Paraguay), a UNESCO Creative City of Crafts and Folk Art since 2019, organized its first International Dance Festival of Creative Cities.   (...) During the Dance Festival, various dance performances were given by the "Chiapan" – Children and Youth Folkloric Ballet of San Cristóbal de las Casas, Ayacucho Folkloric Ballet, the Municipal Ballet of Areguá and its "M Centro de arte".
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Score: 1038771.1 - https://en.unesco.org/creative...dance-festival-creative-cities
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Transmitted through observation and participation, the element unites generations and communities.  Peru - Wititi dance of the Colca Valley The Wititi dance of the Colca Valley is a folk dance associated with the beginning of adult life. (...) Transmission occurs at school and in family gatherings.   Romania - Lad's dances in Romania Lad’s dances are a genre of men’s folk dance in Romania practised on festive occasions and as stage performances. One of the dance leaders trains the group, while the second leads the dance.
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Score: 1034680.1 - https://en.unesco.org/news/fif...ble-cultural-heritage-humanity
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Search Close Search UNICEF Fulltext search Max Article Vandana Hart speaks "dance" with children at Soweto Safe Park UNICEF believes in the power of dance Sudeshan Reddy, Communication Specialist UNICEF South Africa/2018/Reddy 12 July 2018 Soweto  - “This is my Safe Park and I feel safe,” is the enthusiastic shout of children as they energetically dance to the sounds of popular South African music at the Soweto Safe Park. What makes this session unusual is that the children are being joined in dance by Vandana Hart, the creator and host of the Netflix Series “We Speak Dance” who is herself an acclaimed dancer and a social activist who has worked with several UN agencies over many years. (...) In her conversation with the children who frequent this Safe Park, Vandana spoke about the power of dance to transcend all sorts of divisions and reminded the eager young listeners of why creativity – be it in dance, singing, art of any other form – needs to be fostered and appreciated. 
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Score: 1032222.7 - https://www.unicef.org/southaf...ance-children-soweto-safe-park
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Michael Pili Pang, who is based in Honolulu, the capital of the US state of Hawaii is what is known as a kuma hula, or master teacher of the traditional dance. His interest in hula began at the age of seven and he opened his hālau or dance school over thirty years ago. (...) What is hula? Hula is a dance form which was brought to Hawaii by Polynesian settlers centuries ago. Danced by men and women, it visually portrays stories encompassed in traditional chants and songs
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Score: 1031958.4 - https://news.un.org/en/story/2020/05/1063652
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