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Children victims of violence who are forced to be on the move are first and foremost children! | UN Special Representative of the Secretary-General on Violence Against Children Skip to main content Welcome to the United Nations Toggle navigation Language: عربي 中文 English Français Русский Español UN Special Representative of the Secretary-General on Violence Against Children Search form Search Toggle navigation Home About Us Mandate Special Representative Former Special Representative SRSG Reports Overarching priorities UN Study Funding Partners Data UN Study Global Survey Publications Expert Consultations SRSG Viewpoints Forms of Violence Bullying and Cyberbullying Child Labour Forms of punishment Sexual Violence Leaving no child behind in our global response to #COVID19 UN Response to COVID-19 Mental Health Vulnerable Groups Albinism and the UN Children with Disabilities Girls Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity and Expression Global progress Cross-Regional Roundtables International Standards Optional Protocols to the CRC National implementation Regional Progress Africa Americas East Asia and Pacific Europe Middle East South Asia SDGs Child Participation Library SRSG Reports UN Documents Publications News News Articles Videos Contact us Submit child-participation actions Share ideas about our work Connect with child-led organizations Join our mailing list Home Children victims of violence who are forced to be on the move are first and foremost children! Children victims of violence who are forced to be on the move are first and foremost children! Geographical movement has been a constant in human development. (...) Children victims of violence who are forced to be on the move - be they migrants, asylum seekers or refugees - are, first and foremost, children, and as children, they have the right to enjoy all rights and protections recognized by international standards.   
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Children victims of violence who are forced to be on the move are first and foremost children! | UN Special Representative of the Secretary-General on Violence Against Children Skip to main content Welcome to the United Nations Toggle navigation Language: عربي 中文 English Français Русский Español UN Special Representative of the Secretary-General on Violence Against Children Search form Search Toggle navigation Home About Us Mandate Special Representative Former Special Representative SRSG Reports Overarching priorities UN Study Funding Partners Data UN Study Global Survey Publications Expert Consultations SRSG Viewpoints Forms of Violence Bullying and Cyberbullying Child Labour Forms of punishment Sexual Violence Leaving no child behind in our global response to #COVID19 UN Response to COVID-19 Mental Health Vulnerable Groups Albinism and the UN Children with Disabilities Girls Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity and Expression Global progress Cross-Regional Roundtables International Standards Optional Protocols to the CRC National implementation Regional Progress Africa Americas East Asia and Pacific Europe Middle East South Asia SDGs Child Participation Library SRSG Reports UN Documents Publications News News Articles Videos Contact us Submit child-participation actions Share ideas about our work Connect with child-led organizations Join our mailing list Home Children victims of violence who are forced to be on the move are first and foremost children! Children victims of violence who are forced to be on the move are first and foremost children! Geographical movement has been a constant in human development. (...) Children victims of violence who are forced to be on the move - be they migrants, asylum seekers or refugees - are, first and foremost, children, and as children, they have the right to enjoy all rights and protections recognized by international standards.   
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Score: 925977.6 - https://violenceagainstchildren.un.org/node/2036
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Children victims of violence who are forced to be on the move are first and foremost children! | الممثلة الخاصة للأمين العام المعنية بالعنف ضد الأطفال Skip to main content مرحباً بكم في الأمم المتحدة اللغة: Toggle navigation عربي 中文 English Français Русский Español الممثلة الخاصة للأمين العام المعنية بالعنف ضد الأطفال Search form البحث Toggle navigation الرئيسية تعريف بنا الولاية الممثلة الخاصة للأمين العام الممثلة الخاصة السابقة تقارير الممثلة الخاصة الأولويات الشاملة دراسة الأمم المتحدة التمويل الشركاء بيانات ومعلومات دراسة الأمم المتحدة الدراسة الاستقصائية العالمية المنشورات مشاورات الخبراء وجهات نظر الممثلة الخاصة أشكال العنف أشكال العقوبة التنمر والتسلط عبر الإنترنت العنف الجنسي عمل الأطفال الصحة النفسية الفئات الضعيفة الأطفال ذوو الإعاقة البنات الميل الجنسي والهوية الجنسانية والتعبير عنها المَهَق والأمم المتحدة عدم ترك أي طفل خلف الركب في جهودنا العالمية من أجل التصدي لجائحة كوفيد-19 صفحة أعمال الأمم المتحدة من أجل التصدي لجائحة كوفيد-19 التقدم العالمي المعايير والالتزامات الدولية السياسات الوطنية البروتوكولات الاختيارية لاتفاقية حقوق الطفل التنفيذ وطنيا التقدم المحرز إقليميا أفريقيا الأمريكتان شرق آسيا والمحيط الهادئ أوروبا الشرق الأوسط جنوب آسيا التنمية المستدامة مشاركة الأطفال وثائق المنشورات تقارير الممثلة الخاصة وثائق الأمم المتحدة الأنباء Child Participation الصفحة الرئيسية Children victims of violence who are forced to be on the move are first and foremost children! Children victims of violence who are forced to be on the move are first and foremost children! Geographical movement has been a constant in human development. (...) Children victims of violence who are forced to be on the move - be they migrants, asylum seekers or refugees - are, first and foremost, children, and as children, they have the right to enjoy all rights and protections recognized by international standards.   
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Score: 915219.3 - https://violenceagainstchildren.un.org/ar/node/2036
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Children victims of violence who are forced to be on the move are first and foremost children! | Специальный представитель Генерального секретаря по вопросу о насилии в отношении детей Skip to main content Добро пожаловать в ООН Toggle navigation Язык: عربي 中文 English Français Русский Español Специальный представитель Генерального секретаря по вопросу о насилии в отношении детей Search form Search Toggle navigation Главная О нас Мандат Специальный представитель по вопросу о насилии в отношении детей Бывший Специальный представитель Генерального Секретаря по вопросу о насилии в отношении детей Доклады Специального представителя Приоритетные задачи Исследования ООН Финансирование Партнеры Данные Исследования ООН Глобальный обзор Тематические записи Консультативные совещания экспертов Точка зрения Специального представителя Виды насилия Буллинг и кибербуллинг Виды наказания Детский труд Сексуальное насилие Ни один ребенок не должен быть «оставлен за бортом» в рамках нашего глобального ответа на #COVID19 Работа ООН по борьбе с COVID-19 Психическое здоровье Уязвимые группы Альбинизм и ООН Девочки Дети с ограниченными возможностями Сексуальная ориентация, гендерная идентичность и гендерное самовыражение Глобальный прогресс Международные стандарты и обязательства Политические декларации (EN) Факультативные протоколы к Конвенции о правах ребенка Национальный уровень Региональный прогресс Америка Африка Ближний Восток Восточная Азия и Тихий океан Европа Южная Азия Повестка дня до 2030 год Участие детей Ресурсы Доклады Специального представителя Документы (EN) Публикации Новости Последние новости Мероприятия (EN) Видео Child Participation Первая страница Children victims of violence who are forced to be on the move are first and foremost children! Children victims of violence who are forced to be on the move are first and foremost children! Geographical movement has been a constant in human development. (...) Children victims of violence who are forced to be on the move - be they migrants, asylum seekers or refugees - are, first and foremost, children, and as children, they have the right to enjoy all rights and protections recognized by international standards.   
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Score: 915219.3 - https://violenceagainstchildren.un.org/ru/node/2036
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The demarcation of the Israel foremost defended localities was completed on 15 June 1967.  A working document embodying the map references of the Israel foremost defended localities as occupied at 1630 hours GMT on 10 June 1967 was signed by the representative of the Chief of Staff of UNTSO and the representative of the Israel Defence Forces. 3. An agreement embodying the map references of the foremost defended localities on the Syrian side was signed by the representative of the Chief of Staff of UNTSO and the representative of the Syrian Armed Forces on 26 June 1967.  
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Score: 913145.7 - https://www.un.org/unispal/document/auto-insert-184878/
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Geldenhuys, Sophie Grouwels, Verina Ingram, William Armand Mala, Juliane Masuch, Aloys Nnama, Philomene C Year of publication 2017 http://www.fao.org/3/a-i6399e.pdf Living in and from the forests of Central Africa is intended first and foremost as a full-scale extension tool concerning NWFPs in Central Africa. (...) Living in and from the forests of Central Africa is intended first and foremost as a full-scale extension tool concerning NWFPs in Central Africa.
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Score: 909026.7 - https://www.fao.org/sustainabl...ases/case-detail/en/c/1254826/
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Page 27 - ITU-T Focus Group Digital Financial Services – Recommendations           Basic HTML Version Table of Contents View Full Version Page 27 - ITU-T Focus Group Digital Financial Services – Recommendations P. 27 ITU-T Focus Group Digital Financial Services Recommendations Title of recommendation Oversight aspects of interoperability Working Group Interoperability Audience for recommendation Authorities Authorities should recognize that the responsibility for managing the risks associated with interoperability lies first and foremost with the operators of and the participants in interoperable systems. (...) While the risks associated with interoperability lies first and foremost with the operators of and the participants in interoperable systems, payment system overseers should define the requirements for them.
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Score: 898656.4 - https://www.itu.int/en/publica...s/files/basic-html/page27.html
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Extensive debate on today’s foremost issues involves andExtensive debate on today’s foremost issues involves and attracts leading figures from across the ICT community and around the attracts leading figures from across the ICT community and around t world. orld.
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Score: 893559.6 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/Publ...iles/pdfs/Event_overview_3.pdf
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Widely recognized as one of Israel’s foremost experts on a full range of issues related to West Bank settlements and settlement-related developments in East Jerusalem, Hagit’s work includes traveling daily throughout the West Bank, examining aerial photos and browsing official Israeli documents. The “Settlement Watch” project serves as a resource for Israeli politicians, diplomats, international media organizations, and first and foremost – for the Israeli public. She is one of “66 Israeli women you should know” of Haaretz daily: “Women breaking barriers, defying stereotypes and wielding influence”.
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Score: 893559.6 - https://www.un.org/unispal/wp-...tes-2020-Jlem-Conference-1.pdf
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Children on the move are, first and foremost, children | UNICEF Niger Skip to main content Niger Toggle navigation Global links Visit UNICEF Global High contrast Niger EXPLORE UNICEF ABOUT US Children in Niger Where we work WORK FOR UNICEF CONTACT US Press centre Donate Main navigation WHAT WE DO RESEARCH AND REPORTS Stories TAKE ACTION Search area has closed. (...) Search Close Search UNICEF Fulltext search Max Article Children on the move are, first and foremost, children UNICEF works with partners to make sure migrant and displaced children are protected in Niger Juan Haro UNICEF Niger / Juan Haro 17 March 2020 Niger is the main migratory hub in West and Central Africa as a country of origin, transit and destination for mixed movements northwards to Libya, Algeria and the Mediterranean but also southwards with children and women fleeing Libya or being deported from Algeria.  
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