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SPORT : A GLOBAL ACCELERATOR OF PEACE AND SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT FOR ALL :REPORT OF THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
Advanced technology can increase online sports activities and engagement. People can secure employment in eSports as game designers or competitors. (...) A/75/155/Rev.1 20-12334 8/24 and translating school curricula for broader online use or by providing tools for physical activity and sport during confinement. (...) The guidance has addressed policy issues, including the impact of COVID-19 on sport, physical activity and well-being and its effects on social development,27 mitigating the impacts of the pandemic on women and girls in sport, 28 considerations in organizing sporting events29 and safeguarding children, as more sport providers utilize online delivery methods.30 38.
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Score: 1136768.7 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...?open&DS=A/75/155/REV.1&Lang=E
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SPORT : A GLOBAL ACCELERATOR OF PEACE AND SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT FOR ALL :REPORT OF THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
Advanced technology can increase online sports activities and engagement. People can secure employment in eSports as game designers or competitors. (...) Facilitating peer learning, such as the online global, regional and national forums delivered by sport organizations, allows organizations to learn from each other and feel less isolated in addressing challenges. 33. (...) The guidance has addressed policy issues, including the impact of COVID-19 on sport, physical activity and well-being and its effects on social development,27 mitigating the impacts of the pandemic on women and girls in sport,28 considerations in organizing sporting events29 and safeguarding children, as more sport providers utilize online delivery methods.30 38.
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Score: 1136703.3 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...sf/get?open&DS=A/75/155&Lang=E
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REPORT ON THE MEETING OF THE OPEN-ENDED INTERGOVERNMENTAL WORKING GROUP ON THE PREVENTION OF CORRUPTION HELD IN VIENNA FROM 22 TO 24 AUGUST 2016
The Working Group requested the Secretariat, subject to the availability of extrabudgetary resources, to continue efforts to promote integrity in sport, good governance in sport and mitigate the risk of corruption that sport faces, including by developing a comprehensive and global programme and by developing studies, training materials, guides and tools for Governments, sports organizations and other relevant stakeholders. 16. (...) The protection of integrity in sport by promoting good governance in sport and mitigating the risk of corruption that sport faces 61. (...) Several speakers reported on their recent legislative reforms to enhance the effectiveness of their legal frameworks to promote integrity in sport by criminalizing specific offences linked to sport, such as sports betting fraud, corruption in sport and the manipulation of sports competitions or results. 70.
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Score: 1121784.7 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...DS=CAC/COSP/WG.4/2016/5&Lang=E
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INTERNET FILTER UPGRADE
Software as a service (SaaS) and Business-to- business (B2B) Web portals for online business services; and online meetings. (...) ST/IC/2014/27 7/9 14-64178 Shopping Bartering; online purchasing; coupons and free offers; general office supplies; online catalogues; and online malls. (...) Gambling Casinos and online gambling; bookmakers and odds; gambling advice; competitive racing in a gambling context; sports booking; sports gambling; services for spread betting on stocks and shares.
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Score: 1112967.8 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...t?open&DS=ST/IC/2014/27&Lang=E
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Participants in such online dialogues have also sought to devise innovative solutions to larger social issues, for example, by identifying ways that sporting organisations can respond to problems faced by vulnerable people who normally participate in sporting programmes in low income communities but who are now unable to, given restriction to movement. (...) Governments should work collaboratively with health and care services, schools and civil society organizations representing various social groups to support physical activity at home. Enhancing access to online resources to facilitate sport activities where available should be a key goal in order to maintain social distancing. (...) International rights and values based sport education instruments and tools, such as the International Charter of Physical Education, Physical Activity and Sport, the Quality Physical Edu­cation Policy package and the Values Education through Sport toolkit remain highly relevant references to ensure that the many online physical activity modules that are being currently deployed comply with gender equality, non-discrimination, safety and quality standards.
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Score: 1108684.6 - https://www.un.org/development...a/dspd/2020/05/covid-19-sport/
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Participants in such online dialogues have also sought to devise innovative solutions to larger social is- sues, for example, by identifying ways that sporting or- ganisations can respond to problems faced by vulnerable people who normally participate in sporting programmes in low income communities but who are now unable to, given restriction to movement.4 The closure of education institutions around the world due to COVID-19 has also impacted the sports education sector, which is comprised of a broad range of stakeholders, including national ministries and local authorities, public and private education institutions, sports organizations and athletes, NGOs and the business community, teachers, scholars and coaches, parents and, first and foremost, the – mostly young – learners. (...) Governments should work collaboratively with health and care services, schools and civil society organizations representing various social groups to support physical activity at home. Enhancing access to online resources to facilitate sport activities where available should be a key goal in order to maintain social distancing. (...) Internation- al rights and values based sport education instruments and tools, such as the International Charter of Physical Education, Physical Activity and Sport, the Quality Physi- cal Edu cation Policy package and the Values Education through Sport toolkit remain highly relevant references to ensure that the many online physical activity modules that are being currently deployed comply with gender equality, non-discrimination, safety and quality standards.
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Score: 1103301.3 - https://www.un.org/development...sites/45/publication/PB_73.pdf
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REPORT OF THE UNITED NATIONS INTERREGIONAL CRIME AND JUSTICE RESEARCH INSTITUTE
C. Promoting the use of sport and its values as a tool to prevent violent extremism 30. (...) UNICRI collaborated with the Office of Counter-Terrorism, the United Nations Alliance of Civilizations and the International Centre for Sport Security, under the Global Programme on Security of Major Sportin g Events, and Promotion of Sport and Its Values as a Tool to Prevent Violent Extremism. (...) UNICRI supported the United Nations Alliance of Civilizations in the organization and holding of the first Online Youth Consultation on Preventing Violen t Extremism through Sport.
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Score: 1096126.8 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...?open&DS=E/CN.15/2022/8&Lang=E
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STATUS OF IMPLEMENTATION OF CONFERENCE RESOLUTIONS 8/7, 8/8, 8/11, 8/12 AND 8/14, ON THE PREVENTION OF CORRUPTION : REPORT OF THE SECRETARIAT
UNODC presented good practices in the protection of reporting persons at online conferences in Colombia and the United States, organized by the International Chamber of Commerce, and at an online event for the Compliance Officers Network in Colombia in October 2020. (...) UNODC, in partnership with the International Anti-Corruption Academy, organized two online anti-corruption summer schools for young people. (...) UNODC publications were widely disseminated at relevant online events, such as conferences, workshops and training sessions.
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Score: 1094043 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...pen&DS=CAC/COSP/2021/12&Lang=E
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Participants in such online dialogues have also sought to devise innovative solutions to larger social issues, for example, by identifying ways that sporting organisations can respond to problems faced by vulnerable people who normally participate in sporting programmes in low income communities but who are now unable to, given restriction to movement. (...) Governments should work collaboratively with health and care services, schools and civil society organizations representing various social groups to support physical activity at home. Enhancing access to online resources to facilitate sport activities where available should be a key goal in order to maintain social distancing. (...) International rights and values based sport education instruments and tools, such as the International Charter of Physical Education, Physical Activity and Sport, the Quality Physical Edu­cation Policy package and the Values Education through Sport toolkit remain highly relevant references to ensure that the many online physical activity modules that are being currently deployed comply with gender equality, non-discrimination, safety and quality standards.
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Score: 1092319.9 - https://www.un.org/development...effects-on-social-development/
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USE AND APPLICATION OF UNITED NATIONS STANDARDS AND NORMS IN CRIME PREVENTION AND CRIMINAL JUSTICE
In Uzbekistan, UNODC launched an onlinesport challenge” to promote sport as a means to cope with stress during the pandemic, sharing audiovisual material produced by young people on social and other media, including national television. 35. (...) UNODC continued to engage at-risk youth in both face-to-face and online activities through the “Line Up Live Up” programme and other sport -based interventions. (...) To enhance the capacity of trainers to respond to challenges posed by the COVID-19 pandemic, thematic training sessions on online safety and positive parenting were conducted in Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan and Uzbekistan, and a series of online training sessions on sport for development and peace were held in Peru. 40.
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Score: 1084291 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...?open&DS=E/CN.15/2021/9&Lang=E
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