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Read more stories about football and other sports and games around the world in the Courier . You will discover relevant subjects related to ethics, fair play, the money involved in sport, xenophobia, doping, etc. (...) , by Tim Crabbe, November 2000 The Warrior monks of the young wood , by Abbot Shi Yongxin and Weiny Cauhape, May 2009 Healing on the playing field , photos by Tim Hetherington; text by Lucia Iglesias Kuntz, April 2001 Marathon man , by Bredo Berntsen, June 1987 Getting to the top; the conquest of the great peaks , by Peter Meyer, February 1987 Games, sports and traditions , January 1987 The Sport of sages , by Yan Naihua, December 1982 Stigma on South African sport, by Stephane A. Ogouki, November 1977 Olympic games for the paralyzed , March 1974 (online article) Other articles on sport are featured in the  Courier . 
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Score: 1083969 - https://en.unesco.org/courier/...online/all-about-sport-courier
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Search Close Search UNICEF Fulltext search Max Press release UNICEF launches "Tsaiky", a Facebook instant game to promote child rights. On the occasion of the Safer Internet Day, UNICEF Madagascar has launched “Tsaiky”, which means “child” in malagasy, its first Facebook instant game to promote child rights. 10 February 2020 UNICEF Available in: Français English Malagasy Antananarivo, February 10 th , 2020 -   On the occasion of the Safer Internet Day, UNICEF Madagascar has launched its first Facebook instant game to promote child rights. For this first launch, two mini-games are available including a quizz about online security.  (...) In addition to the Facebook game, UNICEF also conducted a social experiment in collaboration with the NGO Youth First. 
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Score: 1082559.1 - https://www.unicef.org/madagas...tant-game-promote-child-rights
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UNESCO and TENCENT partner to Create an Open Digital Library on Traditional Games Skip to main content Toggle navigation Building peace in the minds of men and women Member states Staff Search form Search Search English English Main shared menu In brief Introducing UNESCO Mission and Mandate UNESCO House Strategic Transformation Portal Who's Who? (...) The joint project will innovatively use ICTs to collect, digitally preserve, and disseminate information about traditional games around the world. It aims to safeguard such knowledge as a living heritage in the public domain, narrow the digital divide, and promote the rapprochement of cultures . “Traditional games reflect the wisdom and vitality of nations and people,” said the Vice-president of Tencent, Chinese leader on social media and online games, during the launch in the presence of Mr.
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Score: 1081946.7 - https://en.unesco.org/news/une...ital-library-traditional-games
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Spend time with your child to identify age appropriate apps, games and other online entertainment. >> How to talk to your child about coronavirus © UNICEF/UN017614/Ueslei Marcelino 4. Encourage healthy online habits Promote and monitor good behavior online and on video calls. (...) Encourage your child to take advantage of digital tools that get them up and moving, like online exercise videos for kids and video games that require physical movement.
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Score: 1081567.5 - https://www.unicef.org/lac/en/...online-while-covid-19-outbreak
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Are the Paralympic Games the world’s number one sporting event driving social inclusion? (...) There can be no argument that the 2012 Paralympic Games produced incredibly positive results, not just during the Games but prior to them and afterwards. (...) Following on that success, the 2014 Paralympic Winter Games were held in Sochi, Russian Federation. Whereas the Winter Games are usually smaller in size than the Summer Games, they still provide a wonderful showcase of sport.
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Score: 1080226.4 - https://www.un.org/en/chronicl...on-rights-persons-disabilities
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Are the Paralympic Games the world’s number one sporting event driving social inclusion? (...) There can be no argument that the 2012 Paralympic Games produced incredibly positive results, not just during the Games but prior to them and afterwards. (...) Following on that success, the 2014 Paralympic Winter Games were held in Sochi, Russian Federation. Whereas the Winter Games are usually smaller in size than the Summer Games, they still provide a wonderful showcase of sport.
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Score: 1080226.4 - https://www.un.org/en/node/25607
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Because children spend more time online than ever, they are more at risk of being harassed, sexually abused, and exploited online, actions known under the term cyberbullying. (...) It can occur on social media, messaging platforms, gaming platforms, and mobile phones. It is a behavior that is repeated and that seeks to frighten, anger, or humiliate other people. (...) For social media and video games, set the strictest privacy settings. Cover webcams when not in use.
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Score: 1077474.3 - https://www.unicef.org/venezue...ernet-children-and-adolescents
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As a young girl, she loved playing video games and dismantled toys and radios to construct her own machines. (...) This attitude is shared by her father, who casually replied to Maya’s interest in redesigning the Mario game with a female character by telling her that only boys pursue such careers. (...) She enrolled in a two-month camp where she developed her first mobile phone game. This gave her the confidence to pursue her dream.
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Score: 1076407 - https://www.unicef.org/rosa/st...t-be-software-engineer-omg-why
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“And as we celebrate, we remind ourselves of the special value that a game such as chess is bringing to so many people during this awful COVID-19 pandemic”, she added. Games & sports can help get through times of crisis like #COVID19 by reducing anxieties & improving mental health. (...) According to reports, the pandemic has spurred a surge in chess, with more players coming together online, to compete and enjoy the game. Multifaceted purpose The UN has long recognized that sport, along with the arts and physical activity, has the power to change perceptions, prejudices and behaviours, as well as to break down racial and political barriers.
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Score: 1076289.9 - https://news.un.org/en/story/2020/07/1068691
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UNICEF Bhutan UNICEF Bhutan 23 October 2020 Sonam Choki loved gaming since she was little. From playing simple games on her parent’s cell phone to video game consoles and playing online, today, she aspires to create her own games using coding and programming. (...) Pi Tops are meant specifically for coding and can help users create apps, games, alarms and other devices, taking innovation to the next level. (...) But I continue to learn through the internet and some online classes that are conducted by Fablab Bhutan,” said Sonam.  
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Score: 1075991 - https://www.unicef.org/rosa/stories/cracking-code
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