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The Commission generally did not support the proposed inclusion of additional costs relating to extracurricular activities, such as music or sport, under the provisions of the education grant scheme. (...) The ICSC report for 2015 shows that the Commission did not consider “additional costs relating to extracurricular activities, such as music or sport, under the provisions of the education grant scheme” as admissible expenses under the revised scheme. 63. (...) The Tribunal notes that in the ICSC report for 2015, it was clearly stated that the Commission did not consider “additional costs relating to extracurricular activities, such as music or sport, under the provisions of the education grant scheme” as admissible expenses under the revised scheme. 90.
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Score: 1448313.3 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2020-215.pdf
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For individuals in poorer communities and in many developing countries, access to broadband Internet is often problematic or non-existent. The digital divide has thus not only an impact on distance banking, learning or communication, but also on benefitting from accessing virtual sport opportunities. (...) The impact of COVID-19 on sporting events 1. Sporting federations and organizations. (...) Measures must be taken to reach communities that have limited access to the Internet and social media and that can be reached through cascading the sport education pyramid from the national/ministerial level down to the provincial/municipal level, from the national physical education inspector down to the teacher, from the national sport federation down to the clubs.
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Score: 1229407.8 - https://www.un.org/development...a/dspd/2020/05/covid-19-sport/
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For individuals in poorer communities and in many developing countries, access to broadband Internet is often problematic or non-existent. The digital divide has thus not only an impact on distance banking, learning or communication, but also on benefitting from accessing virtual sport opportunities. (...) The impact of COVID-19 on sporting events 1. Sporting federations and organizations. (...) Measures must be taken to reach communities that have limited access to the Internet and social media and that can be reached through cascading the sport education pyramid from the national/ministerial level down to the provincial/municipal level, from the national physical education inspector down to the teacher, from the national sport federation down to the clubs.
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Score: 1200344.1 - https://www.un.org/development...effects-on-social-development/
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Global Revenues–Sports Industry US$ billion Source: Sports Value. (...) The impact of COVID-19 on sporting events 1. Sporting federations and organizations. (...) Measures must be taken to reach communities that have limited access to the Internet and social media and that can be reached through cascading the sport education pyramid from the national/ministerial level down to the provincial/municipal level, from the national physical ed- ucation inspector down to the teacher, from the national 4 United Nat ions Depar tment of Economic and Socia l Affa i rs May 2020 sport federation down to the clubs.
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Score: 1178087.5 - https://www.un.org/development...sites/45/publication/PB_73.pdf
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Compendium Language: العربية 中文 English Français Русский Español Search   Home About Us Who We Are Contact Us Themes Participation and Accountability Digital Government Institution Building Public Service Innovation and Transformation Public Institutions for SDGs Intergovernmental Support CEPA WSIS+10 Research UN e-Government Surveys World Public Sector Reports Publications Databases Capacity Building Assessment Tools Projects Capacity Development News & Events News & Media UN Public Service Day & Awards Global Forums Internet Governance Forum Calendar COVID-19 Webinars Home About Us Who We Are Contact Us Themes Participation and Accountability Digital Government Institution Building Public Service Innovation and Transformation Public Institutions for SDGs Intergovernmental Support CEPA WSIS+10 Research UN e-Government Surveys World Public Sector Reports Publications Databases Capacity Building Assessment Tools Projects Capacity Development News & Events News & Media UN Public Service Day & Awards Global Forums Internet Governance Forum Calendar COVID-19 Webinars Compendium of Digital Government Initiatives Sharjah Sport Council-Cutlural Activity Description: "Almadam Sports Club implemented number of initiatives remotely in order to involve all members of society in the cultural and community work during the quarantine period, in implementation of the country policy of social distance, such as: Cubes Competition, Remote book summarization competition, the Holy Quran competition and the virtual Ramadan Council " Country: United Arab Emirates Institution: Sharjah Sport Council Category: Digital Government Focus: Digital inclusion Technology: Social media, Website Links: https://www.instagram.com/p/B-HPukAA07H/?
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Score: 1171547.9 - https://publicadministration.u...nt/Compendium/CompendiumID/492
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Child internet safety Child internet safety and the UK Council for Child Internet Safety Department for Culture, Media & Sport 1 [Welcome and introductions…] The internet: a fantastic resource Children’s use of the internet More than one in three 3-4 year-olds use the internet 91% of children live in households with internet access A greater proportion of children aged 12-15 own smartphones than adults Parents need to be supported 61% of parents say children’s online safety is their responsibility; 37% of parents say the responsibility is shared between them and business Department for Culture, Media & Sport 2 UK access to the internet is now at astonishing levels : around 33 million UK adults access the internet every day; more than double the number that did so in 2006 and it is estimated that, in 2010, the digital economy accounted for over 8% of GDP; a greater proportion than in any other G20 country*** Against this backdrop most UK children live in households with access to the internet, they’re using the internet at younger and younger ages (ref stats), and they’re using smartphones in greater proportions than adults. (...) Encouraging self-regulation has delivered significant achievements more quickly than legislation would (although future legislation is not ruled out) Department for Culture, Media & Sport According to FOSI, the most advanced of all Western nations in respects of online child safety and UKCCIS is widely regarded as a model approach to making the internet safer for children. (...) Department for Culture, Media & Sport The internet is constantly evolving. The UK is one of a handful of EU countries with high levels of internet use by children yet relatively low levels of risk; it is also a net exporter of internet safety best practice However there is no room to be complacent.
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Score: 1152210 - https://www.itu.int/council/gr...sentation%20final%20final.pptx
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Child online protection – ITU Hub Child online protection – ITU Hub ITU News, Publications and Membership Safer Internet Day: Cyberbullying tops child online safety concerns by ITU News In a world where the Internet permeates nearly every facet of life, keeping children and youth safe online has become increasingly pressing for parents, teachers and caregivers everywhere. (...) Empowering women and girls through sport and technology Sport and information and communication technologies (ICTs) have something surprising in common. (...) The post Sango and me: Internet safety through drawing appeared first on ITU Hub.
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Score: 1122710.7 - https://www.itu.int/hub/tag/child-online-protection/feed/
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Compendium Language: العربية 中文 English Français Русский Español Search   Home About Us Who We Are Contact Us Themes Participation and Accountability Digital Government Institution Building Public Service Innovation and Transformation Public Institutions for SDGs Intergovernmental Support CEPA WSIS+10 Research UN e-Government Surveys World Public Sector Reports Publications Databases Capacity Building Assessment Tools Projects Capacity Development News & Events News & Media UN Public Service Day & Awards Global Forums Internet Governance Forum Calendar COVID-19 Webinars Home About Us Who We Are Contact Us Themes Participation and Accountability Digital Government Institution Building Public Service Innovation and Transformation Public Institutions for SDGs Intergovernmental Support CEPA WSIS+10 Research UN e-Government Surveys World Public Sector Reports Publications Databases Capacity Building Assessment Tools Projects Capacity Development News & Events News & Media UN Public Service Day & Awards Global Forums Internet Governance Forum Calendar COVID-19 Webinars Compendium of Digital Government Initiatives “Move to Donate” initiative Description: "The Saudi Sports for All Federation (SFA) has launched “Move to Donate” initiative in collaboration with Saudi Food Bank (SFB) at the start of Ramadan, which rewards people’s activities by delivering food baskets to people most in need. Those wishing to participate in this initiative can benefit from services provided by the SFA portal, where they can get advice and guidance from 5 professional on how to exercise in a professional manner and following a healthy diet. " Country: Saudi Arabia Institution: The Saudi Sports for All Federation (SFA) Category: Digital Government Focus: Undefined Technology: Website Links: https://www.arabnews.com/node/1668201/saudi-arabia https://sportsforall.com.sa/move-to-donate?
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Score: 1114222.1 - https://publicadministration.u...nt/Compendium/CompendiumID/353
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On this Safer Internet Day, Ministry of Education, Sports Youth UNICEF and the National Authority for Electronic Certification and Cyber Security is calling on Government (AKCESK), the ICT sector, parents and teachers to listen to children through direct consultation or research, and to incorporate their thinking into policies, strategies and programmes designed to tackle online child sexual abuse and exploitation. (...) The peer educators will continue to work on training of the 15.000 peers from all around the country about safety internet, its risks and reporting online abuse.  Peer–led interventions are contributing to:  Raise awareness and provide accurate information about internet safety Child-teacher-parent awareness raising on the risks children face when using internet without limits. (...) Guide children to safe surfing on the Internet and using it for its benefits.  AKCESK, the Ministry of Education, Sports and Youth with the support of UNICEF, aim at expanding this initiative at national level, by training the IT teachers, parents and students of 30 schools all over the country.
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Score: 1098423.4 - https://www.unicef.org/albania...rnet-safety-awareness-campaign
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While today’s Internet has been democratising in‐ formation sharing, the tactile Internet has been target‐ ing the democratisation of accessing skills and expertise, in order to promote equal possibilities for people of dif‐ ferent ages, cultural backgrounds, geographical prove‐ nience, or physical limitations. (...) Until now, only audiovisual information has been transmitted on the Internet and on wireless communication networks. The advent of the tactile Internet will dramatically change the way we learn (e.g., how to play the piano or various sports), how we work, or how we are assisted by ma‐ chines as we age (see Fig. 10). (...) This will not only be limited to indus‐ and sports (Copyright: CeTI, TU Dresden – free to use). trial activities but it will embrace more and more com‐ kinds of data streams (audio, video and haptic), with dif‐ plex human operations like sports, remote medical assis‐ ferent KPI to be concurrently satis ied.
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Score: 1085045.2 - https://www.itu.int/en/publica...6/files/basic-html/page30.html
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