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With six Olympic gold medals hanging round her neck; being the only athlete in history to have won three individual fencing gold medals at three consecutive Olympic Games - Sydney 2000, Athens 2004 and Beijing 2008; and with a total of twenty four gold, nine silver and five bronze medals won in the World and European Fencing Championships since 1993, well, would you have any doubt on who to count on when it comes to drawing swords? Valentina was born in Italy and started practicing fencing at the age of six. Her first victory with the “Fumi” Trophy - “first blades” category goes back to 1983.
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Score: 1128373.8 - https://www.fao.org/yunga/back...assadors/valentina-vezzali/ar/
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(November 2018) Facebook Twitter Print Email UN gender agency hails record-breaking number of women in new US Congress as ‘historic victory’ 8 November 2018 Women The record number of women who stood as candidates in the United States Congressional elections this week marks an “unprecedented” advance “critical for the achievement of gender equality and sustainable development,” the UN gender equality agency, UN Women, said in a statement on Thursday. A total of 277 women ran in the so-called mid-term elections for the US House of Representatives and Senate from both major parties – Democrat and Republican -  representing an array of ages, races, religions, sexual orientations, backgrounds and cultures, which UN Women described as an “historic victory” and cause for celebration.   “The new cohort of elected women will bring the total number in Congress to more than 100. (...) The first Muslim women, Rashida Tlaib, Democrat and Ilhan Omar, Democrat, hailing from Michigan and Minnesota, respectively, also made history and celebrated victory on Tuesday night. With more women in decision-making positions in many countries, we see more inclusive decisions, and we find different solutions to long-standing problems --UN Women Tennessee Republican Marsha Blackburn became the state’s first woman elected to the Senate.
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Score: 1124595.2 - https://news.un.org/en/story/2018/11/1025261
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Moreover, the end of the matter was that the individual was deified and all the rights to which he was deemed entitled were looked on as the absolute and unlimited rights of a god. (...) And it is for that reason that even after the major victory achieved at the end of the eighteenth century by the first written statement of those rights, it remains thereafter a principal interest of humanity that such declarations should be renewed from century to century. (...) The doctrines of natural law, like any other political and legal doctrines, may propound various arguments or theories in order to substantiate or justify natural law, but the overthrow of these theories cannot signify the overthrow of natural law itself, just as the overthrow of some theory or philosophy of law does not lead to the overthrow of law itself. The victory of juridical positivism in the nineteenth century over the doctrine of natural law did not signify the death of natural law itself, but only the victory of the conservative historical school over the revolutionary rationalistic school, called for by the general historical conditions in the first part of the nineteenth century.
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Score: 1115614.5 - https://en.unesco.org/courier/...4/human-rights-and-natural-law
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Participate in the ICT Solutions for SDGs special track to learn and engage with individuals and organizations that are using technology to contribute specifically to one or more of the SDGs. (...) Their impacts in your chosen field Their leadership experiences (the highs and lows) Key victories and failures And other experiences you would love to share. (...) Since the launch of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) in 2015 there are unique individuals and organizations that are harnessing the power of new technology to contribute added value to one or more of the 17 SDGs.
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Score: 1109899.6 - https://www.itu.int/net4/wsis/...ges/SpecialTracks/ICTSolutions
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Zhao took part in the joint 50th Session of the Board of RCC Communications Administrations Heads (RCC Board) and 21th Session of the Coordination Council for Informatization of the CIS Member States attached to RCC (Coordination Council), which was dated to coincide with 70 th anniversary of the Victory in the Great Patriotic War, the ITU 150 th Anniversary, and the Day of Radio.   (...) Zhao along with other heads of delegations of the joint 50th Session of the RCC Board and 21th Session of the Coordination Council attended the Victory Parade at Red Square dedicated to the 70 th Anniversary of the Victory in the 1941-1945 Great Patriotic War, which took place on 9 May 2015.  
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Score: 1109384.2 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-D/R...izit-Zhao-St--Pete-Moscow.aspx
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Of course some memorials celebrate a victory over the Other, but many mark the victory of resistance resilience and survival. (...) Here I would like to stress an issue which I find particularly important regarding individual and collective identities. Individual identities promote characteristics that distinguish one person from another, while collective identities privilege similarities among the individual members of a group. Each individual is the bearer of a multiple and complex identity.
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Score: 1107245 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...berry2013-FSKeynoteSpeech.docx
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On this day, we celebrate the visible victories for women and girls, as well as the smaller changes that perhaps are only known to their families and the individuals themselves. (...) Can I really make a difference as one individual?  Is this even my business? But consider the words of the late Nobel laureate and environmentalist Wangari Maathai: "It's the little things citizens do.
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Score: 1106700 - https://www.unon.org/content/international-womens-day-2016
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On this day, we celebrate the visible victories for women and girls, as well as the smaller changes that perhaps are only known to their families and the individuals themselves. (...) Can I really make a difference as one individual?  Is this even my business? But consider the words of the late Nobel laureate and environmentalist Wangari Maathai: "It's the little things citizens do.
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Score: 1106700 - https://www.unon.org/node/814
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To exercise these faculties, it is necessary for States to guarantee democratic opportunities, which allow each individual to contribute and compete in the quest for the collective good. (...) We have not yet won the struggle against terrorism, but we are winning it. That victory will bring peace and progress to our country and, with illicit drugs uprooted from our soil, the world will feel great relief. (...) We stand firm in the fight against terrorism and firm in our conviction that a sustained and permanent victory depends upon the success of each individual country in the struggle for social cohesion.
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Score: 1105957.4 - https://www.un.org/webcast/ga/60/statements/col050917eng.pdf
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And there is really no responsible alternative: the international community must work together and demonstrate its resolve to move from challenges and opportunities to concrete results. Partial victories are still victories. Small steps forward are still steps forward. (...) The fact that conventional arms continue to kill many thousands of people every year is often overlooked, except, of course, by the States and individuals suffering most from this bloodshed. The next three weeks offer a chance for you to reach consensus on recommendations about the important issues at hand, bringing the Commission's three-year effort to a successful conclusion.
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Score: 1105636.9 - https://www.un.org/sg/en/conte...remarks-disarmament-commission
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