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On 12 November 2018, the Registry filed its initial report on the progress relating to information and outreach activities for victims and affected communities in the Situation (“Initial Report”).5 1 Pre-Trial Chamber I, “Decision on Information and Outreach for the Victims of the Situation”, 13 July 2018, ICC-01/18-2. 2 Decision, p. 10, lit. a) and paras. 13-18. 3 Decision, p. 10 lit. b) and para. 19. 4 Decision, p. 10 lit. c) and para.18. 5 Registry, “Registry’s Initial Report on Information and Outreach Activities Concerning Victims and Affected Communities in the Situation”, 12 November 2018, ICC-01/18-3-Conf. (...) During the reporting period and pending the finalisation of [REDACTED], the Registry has not yet started its envisaged engagement with [REDACTED]. 6 Decision, para. 19 and Disposition, lit. b) on p. 10. 7 Decision, para. 6. 8 [REDACTED]. 9 [REDACTED].
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Score: 992022.9 - https://www.icc-cpi.int/sites/.../CourtRecords/CR2019_00825.PDF
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The future is LIT: Youth leadership for human and planetary health | United Nations Development Programme Skip to main content Malaysia, Singapore & Brunei Darussalam Who we are What we do Our Impact Get involved Global Nav toggle Search Who we are What we do Our Impact Get involved English Locations Home Malaysia, Singapore & Brunei Darussalam The future is LIT: Youth leadership for human and planetary health The future is LIT: Youth leadership for human and planetary health Posted August 12, 2021 Cherine Hegazy Nasha Lee Environment Analyst, Climate Change & Energy , UNDP Malaysia​ Nurul Fitrah Marican Yin Wei Chong​ Head of Solutions Mapping, ​UNDP Accelerator Lab Malaysia​ Benjamin Ong​ Head of Exploration, ​UNDP Accelerator Lab Malaysia​ Malaysia’s youth are at the forefront of hands-on, “action learning” activities such as reforestation and other ecosystem restoration initiatives. (...) What does it mean to do so in a non-tokenistic, non-patronizing way? For a truly lit future shaped and led by youth—those who will inherit tomorrow—we offer a very simple action outline: Listen – Invest – Trust (LIT).
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Score: 989616 - https://www.undp.org/malaysia/...hip-human-and-planetary-health
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(N on e) % o f co nt en t on IL O in fo rm at io n w eb si te s th at co m pl ie s w ith t he W or ld W id e W eb C on so rt iu m st an da rd s le ve l A (N o ba se lin e) 20 14 -1 5: 2 20 16 -1 7: 6 20 16 -1 7: So ut he rn pa rt o f m ai n bu ild in g ac ce ss ib le 20 14 -1 5: 5 G ED an d G BD N pu bl ic a- tio ns in ac ce ss ib le PD F 20 16 -1 7: 10 0% o f G ED a nd G BD N pu bl ic a- tio ns in ac ce ss ib le PD F 20 14 -1 5: 50 20 16 -1 7: 70 A ct io ns t ak en t o im pr ov e th e IL O P ol ic y on th e Em pl oy m en t of P er so ns w ith D is ab ili tie s, re su lti ng f ro m t he 2 01 4 IL O s ta ff s ur ve y on di sa bi lit y in cl us io n IN TS ER V ( Fa ci lit ie s M an ag em en t) c on tin ue s ac tio n to im pr ov e ac ce ss ib ili ty o f H Q a nd fie ld o ffi ce s IN TS ER V r ev ie w s em er ge nc y ev ac ua tio n pr oc ed ur es f ro m a d is ab ili ty p er sp ec tiv e an d m ak es c ha ng es a s re qu ire d IN TS ER V s ta ff s en si tiz ed o n di sa bi lit y re qu ire m en ts in c ol la bo ra tio n w ith G ED , a s re qu ire d RE LM EE TI N G S (O FF D O C ) t ak es a ct io n to in cr ea se a cc es si bi lit y of in te rn al r ep or ts PR O D O C t ak es a ct io n to in cr ea se a cc es si bi lit y of IL O o ffi ci al p ub lic at io ns RE LM EE TI N G S (M M U ) t ak es a ct io n to ar ra ng e m ee tin gs t ha t fo re se e sp ec ifi c ne ed s fo r pe op le w ith d is ab ili tie s D C O M M t ak es a ct io n to im pr ov e th e ac ce ss ib ili ty o f th e IL O w eb si te s • D D G /M R • H RD • IN TS ER V • RE LM EE TI N G S • D C O M M • G ED 4. D is ab ili ty - in cl u si ve IL O in te rn al p ra ct ic es p ro m o te d 17 Disability Inclusion Action Plan 2014-17 In d ic at o rs (B as el in es ) Ta rg et s In d ic at iv e ac ti vi ti es K ey p ar tn er s N um be r of a ct iv e us er s of IL O K no w le dg e Sh ar in g Pl at fo rm ( PL O N E) o n di sa bi lit y in cl us io n (2 01 3: 1 45 ) N um be r of n ew p ub lic at io ns a nd t oo ls f oc us ed on p er so ns w ith d is ab ili tie s or in cl ud in g ad eq ua te at te nt io n to p er so ns w ith d is ab ili tie s (2 01 3: 1 1) 20 14 -1 5: 25 0 20 16 -1 7: 40 0 20 14 -1 5: 14 20 16 -1 7: 18 IL O K no w le dg e Sh ar in g Pl at fo rm ( PL O N E) o n di sa bi lit y in cl us io n up da te d, e xt en de d an d m ai nt ai ne d K no w le dg e ga ps id en tifi ed a nd p ub lic at io ns an d to ol s to a dd re ss t he se g ap s un de rt ak en , in c ol la bo ra tio n, w he re a pp ro pr ia te , w ith ot he r D ep ar tm en ts Pr ep ar in g di sa bi lit y- fo cu se d co nt rib ut io ns t o up co m in g m ai ns tr ea m IL O p ub lic at io ns • D D G /P • A C T/ EM P • A C TR A V • RE SE A RC H • St at is tic s • G ED R es u lt s 5. (...) (N on e) N um be r of d is ab ili ty c ha m pi on s in H Q a nd fi el d of fic es (N on e) N um be r of v is ito rs t o an d do w nl oa ds f ro m IL O di sa bi lit y in cl us io n w eb si te (2 01 3: 8 ,7 40 v is ito rs ; 1 1, 58 1 do w nl oa ds ) N um be r of r ep or ts o n di sa bi lit y is su es a nd IL O di sa bi lit y ac tiv iti es o n IL O g en er al w eb si te s an d so ci al m ed ia c ha nn el s. (2 01 3: 3 9 ) 20 14 -1 5: 5 20 16 -1 7: 15 20 14 -1 5: 30 20 16 -1 7: 50 20 14 -1 5: 20 ’0 0 0 vi si to rs 20 ’0 0 0 do w nl oa ds 20 16 -1 7: 30 ,0 0 0 vi si to rs 30 ,0 0 0 do w nl oa ds 20 14 -1 5: 50 20 16 -1 7: 70 O nl in e tr ai ni ng c ou rs e on p er so ns w ith di sa bi lit ie s av ai la bl e to a ll st af f an d m an ag er s Ta ilo r- m ad e tr ai ni ng a nd a dv ic e to IL O s ta ff an d co ns tit ue nt s, u po n re qu es t M ai nt en an ce o f th e di sa bi lit y se ct io n of t he IL O w eb si te St ra te gi c us e of t he In te rn at io na l D ay o f Pe rs on s w ith D is ab ili tie s an d ot he r m ai ns tr ea m e ve nt s to p ro m ot e IL O m es sa ge s on d ec en t w or k fo r pe op le w ith d is ab ili tie s Su pp or t pr ov id ed t o di sa bi lit y ch am pi on s to e na bl e th em t o ac qu ire d is ab ili ty -r el at ed kn ow le dg e an d te ch ni ca l c ap ac ity • D C O M M • H RD • IN FO TE C • IT C T ur in • G ED R es u lt s C o m m u n ic at in g in te rn al ly a n d ex te rn al ly 21 Annex: Questionnaire survey of ILO field offices on the proposed disability inclusion strategy Summary of Findings Introduction To take stock of the extent to which ILO filed offices were currently catering to women and men with disabilities in their on-going activities, and to assess corresponding sup- port needs in the field, 48 ILO offices were invited to take part in a questionnaire survey conducted in November and December 2013. 25 offices responded – 52 per cent of those invited, providing valuable feedback from Regional Offices, Country Offices and Decent Work Teams.
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Score: 989543.9 - https://www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/gro...enericdocument/wcms_370772.pdf
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(N on e) % o f co nt en t on IL O in fo rm at io n w eb si te s th at co m pl ie s w ith t he W or ld W id e W eb C on so rt iu m st an da rd s le ve l A (N o ba se lin e) 20 14 -1 5: 2 20 16 -1 7: 6 20 16 -1 7: So ut he rn pa rt o f m ai n bu ild in g ac ce ss ib le 20 14 -1 5: 5 G ED an d G BD N pu bl ic a- tio ns in ac ce ss ib le PD F 20 16 -1 7: 10 0% o f G ED a nd G BD N pu bl ic a- tio ns in ac ce ss ib le PD F 20 14 -1 5: 50 20 16 -1 7: 70 A ct io ns t ak en t o im pr ov e th e IL O P ol ic y on th e Em pl oy m en t of P er so ns w ith D is ab ili tie s, re su lti ng f ro m t he 2 01 4 IL O s ta ff s ur ve y on di sa bi lit y in cl us io n IN TS ER V ( Fa ci lit ie s M an ag em en t) c on tin ue s ac tio n to im pr ov e ac ce ss ib ili ty o f H Q a nd fie ld o ffi ce s IN TS ER V r ev ie w s em er ge nc y ev ac ua tio n pr oc ed ur es f ro m a d is ab ili ty p er sp ec tiv e an d m ak es c ha ng es a s re qu ire d IN TS ER V s ta ff s en si tiz ed o n di sa bi lit y re qu ire m en ts in c ol la bo ra tio n w ith G ED , a s re qu ire d RE LM EE TI N G S (O FF D O C ) t ak es a ct io n to in cr ea se a cc es si bi lit y of in te rn al r ep or ts PR O D O C t ak es a ct io n to in cr ea se a cc es si bi lit y of IL O o ffi ci al p ub lic at io ns RE LM EE TI N G S (M M U ) t ak es a ct io n to ar ra ng e m ee tin gs t ha t fo re se e sp ec ifi c ne ed s fo r pe op le w ith d is ab ili tie s D C O M M t ak es a ct io n to im pr ov e th e ac ce ss ib ili ty o f th e IL O w eb si te s • D D G /M R • H RD • IN TS ER V • RE LM EE TI N G S • D C O M M • G ED 4. D is ab ili ty - in cl u si ve IL O in te rn al p ra ct ic es p ro m o te d 17 Disability Inclusion Action Plan 2014-17 In d ic at o rs (B as el in es ) Ta rg et s In d ic at iv e ac ti vi ti es K ey p ar tn er s N um be r of a ct iv e us er s of IL O K no w le dg e Sh ar in g Pl at fo rm ( PL O N E) o n di sa bi lit y in cl us io n (2 01 3: 1 45 ) N um be r of n ew p ub lic at io ns a nd t oo ls f oc us ed on p er so ns w ith d is ab ili tie s or in cl ud in g ad eq ua te at te nt io n to p er so ns w ith d is ab ili tie s (2 01 3: 1 1) 20 14 -1 5: 25 0 20 16 -1 7: 40 0 20 14 -1 5: 14 20 16 -1 7: 18 IL O K no w le dg e Sh ar in g Pl at fo rm ( PL O N E) o n di sa bi lit y in cl us io n up da te d, e xt en de d an d m ai nt ai ne d K no w le dg e ga ps id en tifi ed a nd p ub lic at io ns an d to ol s to a dd re ss t he se g ap s un de rt ak en , in c ol la bo ra tio n, w he re a pp ro pr ia te , w ith ot he r D ep ar tm en ts Pr ep ar in g di sa bi lit y- fo cu se d co nt rib ut io ns t o up co m in g m ai ns tr ea m IL O p ub lic at io ns • D D G /P • A C T/ EM P • A C TR A V • RE SE A RC H • St at is tic s • G ED R es u lt s 5. (...) (N on e) N um be r of d is ab ili ty c ha m pi on s in H Q a nd fi el d of fic es (N on e) N um be r of v is ito rs t o an d do w nl oa ds f ro m IL O di sa bi lit y in cl us io n w eb si te (2 01 3: 8 ,7 40 v is ito rs ; 1 1, 58 1 do w nl oa ds ) N um be r of r ep or ts o n di sa bi lit y is su es a nd IL O di sa bi lit y ac tiv iti es o n IL O g en er al w eb si te s an d so ci al m ed ia c ha nn el s. (2 01 3: 3 9 ) 20 14 -1 5: 5 20 16 -1 7: 15 20 14 -1 5: 30 20 16 -1 7: 50 20 14 -1 5: 20 ’0 0 0 vi si to rs 20 ’0 0 0 do w nl oa ds 20 16 -1 7: 30 ,0 0 0 vi si to rs 30 ,0 0 0 do w nl oa ds 20 14 -1 5: 50 20 16 -1 7: 70 O nl in e tr ai ni ng c ou rs e on p er so ns w ith di sa bi lit ie s av ai la bl e to a ll st af f an d m an ag er s Ta ilo r- m ad e tr ai ni ng a nd a dv ic e to IL O s ta ff an d co ns tit ue nt s, u po n re qu es t M ai nt en an ce o f th e di sa bi lit y se ct io n of t he IL O w eb si te St ra te gi c us e of t he In te rn at io na l D ay o f Pe rs on s w ith D is ab ili tie s an d ot he r m ai ns tr ea m e ve nt s to p ro m ot e IL O m es sa ge s on d ec en t w or k fo r pe op le w ith d is ab ili tie s Su pp or t pr ov id ed t o di sa bi lit y ch am pi on s to e na bl e th em t o ac qu ire d is ab ili ty -r el at ed kn ow le dg e an d te ch ni ca l c ap ac ity • D C O M M • H RD • IN FO TE C • IT C T ur in • G ED R es u lt s C o m m u n ic at in g in te rn al ly a n d ex te rn al ly 21 Annex: Questionnaire survey of ILO field offices on the proposed disability inclusion strategy Summary of Findings Introduction To take stock of the extent to which ILO filed offices were currently catering to women and men with disabilities in their on-going activities, and to assess corresponding sup- port needs in the field, 48 ILO offices were invited to take part in a questionnaire survey conducted in November and December 2013. 25 offices responded – 52 per cent of those invited, providing valuable feedback from Regional Offices, Country Offices and Decent Work Teams.
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Score: 989543.9 - www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/grou...enericdocument/wcms_370772.pdf
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Addresse / Lieu E-Mail Téléphone Télécopie Distance de l’ONU The Heron Hotel*** CS: US$ 105 CD: US$ 127 CS De luxe: Ksh 13,000 CS Supérieur: Ksh 9,995 CD De Luxe: Ksh 11,995 CD Supérieur: Ksh 15, 000 *Internet use included Kilimani Downtown reservations@heronhotel.com Personne à contacter: David Mwaniki administration@heronhotel.com Website: www.heronhotel.com 254 (0) 20 2720740/1/2/3 254 (0) 20 2721698 13 Km Tribe –The Village Market Hotel***** CS Supérieur: US$ 235 CS: De Luxe: US$ 275 CS En Suite: US$ 355 CD Supérieur: US$ 275 CD De Luxe: US$ 315 CD En Suite: US$ 395 Market Hotel reservations@tribehotel-kenya.com Personne à contacter: Sandeep Brar, Ceciliah Adhola Website: www.tribe-hotel.com 254 (0) 20 7200000 254 (0) 20 7200110 1 Km Utalii Hotel Taux résidentiels CS: Ksh 7,500 CD: Ksh 9,000 Taux non résidentiels CS: US$ 140 CD: US$ 170 Thika Road, Nairbi reservations@utalii.co.ke marketing@utalii.co.ke utaliihotel@utalii.co.ke Personne à contacter: Suleiman Mwanyere Wesite: www.utaliihotel.co.ke. 254(0) 208 563540/8561201 254 (0) 208 560514 6 Km Windsor Golf Hotel and Country Club***** De luxe: US$ 170 En Suite: US$ 320 Petite maison: US$ 450 Off Kiambu Rd admin@windor.co.ke reservations@windsor.co.ke info@windor.co.ke marketing@windor.co.ke Personne à contacter: Rosemary Nyakarura nnyakarura@windor.co.ke www.windsorgolfresort.com 254 (0) 20 8562300/8562500 254 (0) 20 8563322 8 Km IP-1 Second meeting of the AFI Region AIM Implementation Task Force GUEST HOUSES NEAR UN COMPOUND, GIGIRI LIST LAST UPDATED ON 22 AUGUST 2012 Nom de Pension de famille Taux US$ Distance de l’ONU E-mail Téléphone Classement Accès Internet (sans fil) Alexandra’s CS US$100 CD US$130 (Le lit et petit déjeuner incluent toutes les taxes) 4km teddy@gianopulos.home.co.k e 254-0735502581 Good inclusive Casa Bella Suites CS US$100 CD US$120 (Le lit et petit déjeuner incluent toutes les taxes) 6km enquiries@casabellagigiri.co m www.casabellagigiri.com 254-0722994999 Very Good inclusive Daisy Homes Ltd. CS US$80 CD US$120 (Le lit et petit déjeuner incluent toutes les taxes) 1km info@daisyhomekenya.com www.daisyhomekeny.com 254-721703333 Good inclusive Gigiri Homestead CS US$95 CD US$150 (Le lit et petit déjeuner incluent toutes les taxes) 1.5km info@gigirihomestead.com www.gigirihomestead.com 254-722839232 254-02-35644189 Good inclusive Homely CS US$85 CD US$105 (Le lit et petit déjeuner incluent toutes les taxes) 1km Homely.Guesthouse@gmail.c om www.homelyguesthouses.com 254-722-901335 254-722-315588 Good inclusive Shanema Homes CS US$80 CD US$100 (Le lit et petit déjeuner incluent toutes les taxes) 1km info@shanemahomes.com www.shanemahomes.com 254-02-2691911 254-0700-333404 Very Good inclusive Tara Suites CS US$140 CD US$175 1km info@tarasuites.com www.tarasuites.com 254-717-700417 254-733-600298 Excellent inclusive IP-1 Second meeting of the AFI Region AIM Implementation Task Force Nom de Pension de famille Taux US$ Distance de l’ONU E-mail Téléphone Classement Accès Internet (sans fil) (Le lit et petit déjeuner incluent toutes les taxes) The 140 CS US$100 CD US$120 (Le lit et petit déjeuner incluent toutes les taxes) 3km the140@cenhika.com www.cenhika.com/the140 254-722527964 254-733600298 Very Good inclusive The Bedelle CS US$100 CD US$150 (Le lit et petit déjeuner incluent toutes les taxes) 5km reservations@thebedelle.com www.thebedelle.com 254-700368611 254-733370312 Excellent inclusive CS = Chambre simple et le petit déjeuner CD = Chambre CD et le petit déjeuner Note: 1: Au cours de la réservation, veuillez indiquer que vous participez à une réunion de l’OACI afin de bénéficier des tarifs spéciaux pour l’ONU. 2: Les taux d’hôtels indiqués ci-dessus sont du 29 novembre 2012 et peuvent changer sans préavis. ---- FIN ----
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Score: 976024.6 - https://www.icao.int/WACAF/Doc...ngs/2012/afi_aim_2/IP01_en.pdf
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Microsoft Word - Expert-Paper_1-Cover-Cavenaghi.doc United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs Population Division Expert Paper No. 2011/8 Diversity of childbearing behaviour in the
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Score: 973881.3 - https://www.un.org/en/developm...pert-Paper_FINAL_ALL-Pages.pdf
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October 24 October: Global landmarks are lit as part of the 'Turn the World UN Blue' Campaign To help celebrate the UN's 70 th anniversary, more than 350 iconic monuments, buildings, statues, bridges, and other landmarks in more than 90 countries across the globe lit up blue - the official colour of the UN, on 24 October (UN Day), as part of an exciting new global campaign which helps unite global citizens and promote the message of peace, development and human rights. Landmarks such as the Sydney Opera House, the Great Pyramids of Giza in Egypt, Christ the Redeemer in Rio de Janeiro, New York's Empire State Building, Table Mountain in South Africa, Tokyo's SkyTree Tower, the Leaning Tower of Pisa in Italy, Malaysia's Petronas Twin Towers, Edinburgh Castle in the UK, and Alhambra in Spain, lit blue to help celebrate the founding of the UN. (...) Take a journey around the world and see pictures of the landmarks lit blue here at our UN Blue Flickr album .  Share any images you may have taken of lit blue landmarks in your city using the hashtag #UNBlue  and #UN70 .
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Score: 972785.4 - https://www.un.org/un70/en/content/events/upcoming.html
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October 24 October: Global landmarks are lit as part of the 'Turn the World UN Blue' Campaign To help celebrate the UN's 70 th anniversary, more than 350 iconic monuments, buildings, statues, bridges, and other landmarks in more than 90 countries across the globe lit up blue - the official colour of the UN, on 24 October (UN Day), as part of an exciting new global campaign which helps unite global citizens and promote the message of peace, development and human rights. Landmarks such as the Sydney Opera House, the Great Pyramids of Giza in Egypt, Christ the Redeemer in Rio de Janeiro, New York's Empire State Building, Table Mountain in South Africa, Tokyo's SkyTree Tower, the Leaning Tower of Pisa in Italy, Malaysia's Petronas Twin Towers, Edinburgh Castle in the UK, and Alhambra in Spain, lit blue to help celebrate the founding of the UN. (...) Take a journey around the world and see pictures of the landmarks lit blue here at our UN Blue Flickr album .  Share any images you may have taken of lit blue landmarks in your city using the hashtag #UNBlue  and #UN70 .
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Score: 972785.4 - https://www.un.org/un70/en/con...ent/events/upcoming/index.html
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October 24 October: Global landmarks are lit as part of the 'Turn the World UN Blue' Campaign To help celebrate the UN's 70 th anniversary, more than 350 iconic monuments, buildings, statues, bridges, and other landmarks in more than 90 countries across the globe lit up blue - the official colour of the UN, on 24 October (UN Day), as part of an exciting new global campaign which helps unite global citizens and promote the message of peace, development and human rights. Landmarks such as the Sydney Opera House, the Great Pyramids of Giza in Egypt, Christ the Redeemer in Rio de Janeiro, New York's Empire State Building, Table Mountain in South Africa, Tokyo's SkyTree Tower, the Leaning Tower of Pisa in Italy, Malaysia's Petronas Twin Towers, Edinburgh Castle in the UK, and Alhambra in Spain, lit blue to help celebrate the founding of the UN. (...) Take a journey around the world and see pictures of the landmarks lit blue here at our UN Blue Flickr album .  Share any images you may have taken of lit blue landmarks in your city using the hashtag #UNBlue  and #UN70 .
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Score: 972785.4 - https://www.un.org/un70/content/events/upcoming/index.html
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October 24 October: Global landmarks are lit as part of the 'Turn the World UN Blue' Campaign To help celebrate the UN's 70 th anniversary, more than 350 iconic monuments, buildings, statues, bridges, and other landmarks in more than 90 countries across the globe lit up blue - the official colour of the UN, on 24 October (UN Day), as part of an exciting new global campaign which helps unite global citizens and promote the message of peace, development and human rights. Landmarks such as the Sydney Opera House, the Great Pyramids of Giza in Egypt, Christ the Redeemer in Rio de Janeiro, New York's Empire State Building, Table Mountain in South Africa, Tokyo's SkyTree Tower, the Leaning Tower of Pisa in Italy, Malaysia's Petronas Twin Towers, Edinburgh Castle in the UK, and Alhambra in Spain, lit blue to help celebrate the founding of the UN. (...) Take a journey around the world and see pictures of the landmarks lit blue here at our UN Blue Flickr album .  Share any images you may have taken of lit blue landmarks in your city using the hashtag #UNBlue  and #UN70 .
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Score: 972785.4 - https://www.un.org/un70/content/events/upcoming.html
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