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A 2020 study conducted in collaboration with the United Nations Children’s Fund and the Patriarchate to explore international experiences in gambling prevention among adolescents examines global data from gambling. According to the data, the problem of gambling addiction is especially relevant in adolescents. According to world data, the prevalence of gambling is 2-4 times higher among adolescents than among adults.
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Score: 2021243.4 - https://www.unicef.org/georgia...attitude-and-practice-gambling
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The study revealed that adolescents are easily influenced by environment. They rarely start gambling for money by themselves, usually they gamble first with friends/peers (51 per cent) or a family member (32 per cent). 24 per cent of survey participants gamble because their friends are gambling, while 16 per cent believe that gambling is a prestigious activity. (...) Other motivators for starting to gamble are boredom and the perception that gambling is popular. (...) The study found that the level of awareness of adolescents about the risks associated with gambling and gambling addiction is low. The majority of adolescents who gamble do not talk to their parents about gambling and its risks.
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Score: 1992858.2 - https://www.unicef.org/georgia...gh-georgia-unicef-report-finds
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Search results Adolescent health and development Available in: English ქართული Report 25 February 2022 Adolescents' Knowledge, Attitude and Practice to Gambling Adolescents' Knowledge, Attitude and Practice to Gambling Options Available options English ქართული Download file (PDF, 1,44 MB) (PDF, 1,49 MB) Press release 25 February 2022 Engagement of adolescents in gambling is alarmingly high in Georgia, UNICEF report finds The findings of the research on knowledge, attitude and practice of gambling among adolescents were presented to a wider public Press release 05 October 2021 Impact of COVID-19 on poor mental health in children and young people ‘tip of the iceberg’ – UNICEF New analysis indicates lost contribution to economies due to mental disorders among young people estimated at nearly $390 billion a year Flagship report 05 October 2021 The State of the World's Children 2021 On My Mind: Promoting, protecting and caring for children’s mental health.
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Score: 1903357.4 - https://www.unicef.org/georgia...lescent-health-and-development
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These materials give additional information to community members on COVID-19 safety measures in their local language. • UNICEF Representative visited the remote area of Khulo, Adjara, inaugurated a branch of Legal Aid Service, and met with the Chairperson of the Kindergartens Union. • The UNICEF-supported child hotline “111” operationalized support for adolescents on substance abuse and online gambling, providing 10 primary crisis interventions in the period of 7-13 August. (...) Adolescents/youth • The UNICEF-supported child hotline “111” operationalized support for adolescents on substance abuse and online gambling, providing 10 primary crisis interventions in the period of 7-13 August, out of which nine were related to gambling, and one was related to drug use. (...) Brochures include parenting tips and activities to promote holistic development.
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Score: 1542239.5 - https://www.unicef.org/media/8...COVID19-SitRep-14-Aug-2020.pdf
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. • The newly launched support to adolescents on substance abuse and online gambling, which is part of the UNICEF-supported child hotline “111” has become operational, with 9 cases to date, of which 4 are already receiving needed assistance. • In partnership with the Patriarchate of Georgia, UNICEF shared the findings of a study on “International Experience on Gambling Prevention Among Adolescents” which will serve for related programming to protect children and young people from addiction to gambling and drug abuse, which has increased during Covid-19. • Volunteering action plans were developed by 52 trained volunteers, out of which 26 already initiated activities in their respective communities. • An online survey to explore adolescents’ wellbeing, run by UNICEF partner Kant’s Academy, concluded with a total of 600 participants. (...) Within the partnership between the Patriarchate of Georgia and UNICEF, presenting the findings of the study: International Experience on Gambling Prevention Among Adolescents. https://www.facebook.com/unicefgeorgia/videos/1029135977506099/ https://www.facebook.com/unicefgeorgia/photos/a.3430913616955148/3430914663621710/? (...) by Tamuna Keshelava, Psychotherapist, Master of addiction studies. • UNICEF's Partner, GIP, continues online psycho-social consultations with adolescents and their caregivers, supporting 116 people to date (61 in Tbilisi and 55 in Batumi) with support of Tbilisi and Batumi based psycho-social support centers. • The UNICEF-supported child hotline “111” operationalized support for adolescents on substance abuse and online gambling, with 9 cases to date, of which 4 are already receiving assistance. • In partnership with the Patriarchate of Georgia, UNICEF conducted a study “International Experience on Gambling Prevention Among Adolescents” to understand how other countries are responding to adolescents gambling, as well as to identify best practices.
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Score: 1512211.3 - https://www.unicef.org/media/8...-COVID19-SitRep-7-Aug-2020.pdf
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COMMUNICATION NO. 1783/2008 : HUMAN RIGHTS COMMITTEE, 100TH SESSION, 11-29 OCTOBER 2010 : VIEWS
Croupiers are the only staff who are taxed on their tips, whereas waiters working in the same casinos, who likewise tend to receive tips from customers, are not taxed. (...) On this count, tips are not considered as earned income from employment. (...) It refers to the legislative history of taxation on croupiers’ tips and stresses that the original version of the Professional Tax Code (CIP) contained no provision on the taxation of tips.
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Score: 1495292.9 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...=CCPR/C/100/D/1783/2008&Lang=E
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PHOTOGRAMMETRY FOR REGIONAL MAPPING: SUBMITTED BY THE GOVERNMENT OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
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Score: 1480927.3 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...pen&DS=E/CN.14/CART/193&Lang=E
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COMMUNICATION NO. 1565/2007 : HUMAN RIGHTS COMMITTEE, 98TH SESSION, 8-26 MARCH 2010 : VIEWS
They are the only staff who are taxed on their tips, whereas waiters working in the same casinos, who likewise tend to receive tips from customers, are not taxed. (...) On this count, tips are not considered as earned income from employment. (...) It refers to the legislative history of taxation on croupiers’ tips and stresses that the original version of the Professional Tax Code (CIP) contained no provision on the taxation of tips.
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Score: 1475819 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...S=CCPR/C/98/D/1565/2007&Lang=E
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Mhembere, adding that gambling has increased, particularly in the past three years. (...) “Of the three countries included in our analysis, South Africa has by far the largest overall gambling market, as well as the largest land-based casino gambling market. (...) Of the three countries included in the analysis, South Africa has the largest overall gambling market (90%) followed by Nigeria. Gambling in South Africa grew rapidly during 1997 to 2002 with the introduction of various new gambling opportunities and categories such as bingo, sports betting and limited payout machines.
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Score: 1444840.1 - https://www.un.org/africarenew...g-zimbabweans-warming-gambling
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Problem gambling among adolescents and youth is a growing public health concern globally, as well as in Georgia, UNICEF study says. (...) Ghassan Khalil, UNICEF Representative in Georgia. “Early exposure to gambling may lead to a higher risk of developing problem gambling. (...) Adolescents with less knowledge about gambling and problem gambling are more likely to gamble and achieve a problem gambling level than those who have greater knowledge about the harm of gambling.
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Score: 1442921.4 - https://www.unicef.org/georgia...-placed-national-public-health
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