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The competitions will take place from 26 July to 11 August 2019 (Pan American Games) and from 23 August to 1 September 2019 (Parapan American Games) in various venues: Lima (Metropolitan and province), Callao and Ica. (...) The face-to-face and virtual training experience consists of four modules: The Pan American and Parapan American Games, Lima 2019 and the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, the History of the Pan American and Parapan American Games, and Volunteerism at the Games. (...) Following the evaluation process, 12,000 volunteers will be selected for the Pan American Games and 7,000 volunteers for the Parapan American Games.
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Score: 1299030.2 - https://www.unv.org/node/4964
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The objectives of the campaign were twofold: Increasing and amplifying platforms for inclusive public engagement and development discourse among the youth through leveraging gamification for interactive youth engagement in partnership with Usiku Games Increasing public capacity to verify the information and amplify the influence of credible information sources through leveraging digital tools like chatbots in partnership with PesaCheck We experimented with various digital marketing approaches and ran online campaigns for several weeks using the Google Ads Grant facility to try and achieve our intended objectives. Our results and learnings We ran two campaigns, the first in partnership with PesaCheck, to promote their WhatsApp fact-check tip line , and the second in partnership with Usiku Games to promote their civic democracy game, Wewe.Vote , using Google Search adverts. (...) The keywords used in the two campaigns included words like ‘coronavirus’, ‘vaccine’ and ‘WhatsApp’ for the tip line and variations of ‘free online game’ for the gaming platform. The key metrics that we were tracking were: Impressions – the number of times an advert was displayed Clicks – the number of clicks on the advert (that is, the user engagement with the advert) Click-through rate (CTR) – the number of clicks the ad receives versus the number of times the ad is seen (that is, clicks ÷ impressions) Cost-per-click (CPC) – the amount of money required to produce a single click on an ad (total cost ÷ total number of clicks) Figure 1 : Performance metrics of the Factcheck tip line campaign           Figure 2 : Performance metrics of the civic democracy game campaign For both campaigns, a clear spike was evidenced at the start which gradually tapered out with time.
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Score: 1297676.8 - https://www.undp.org/kenya/blo...te-and-false-narratives-online
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Share with colleagues, friends and family | Spread the word | Keep children safe online Keep your child safe with open communication Tell your children that if they experience something online that makes them feel upset, uncomfortable, or scared, they can talk to you and you will not get mad or punish them Be alert to signs of distress. (...) Keeping Children Safe Online COVID-19 PARENTING Children and teens are now spending a lot more time online. (...) Remind your children that what goes online stays online (messages, photos, and videos) Spend time with your child or teen online Explore websites, social media, games, and apps together Talk to your teen on how to report inappropriate content (see below) Common Sense Media has great advice for apps, games and entertainment for different ages Tech fixes to protect your children online Set up parental controls Turn on SafeSearch on your browser Set up strict privacy settings on online apps and games Cover webcams when not in use Report online violence against children: Other resources: Online Risks Adults targeting children for sexual purposes on social media, gaming, and messaging platforms Harmful content – violence, misogyny, xenophobia, inciting suicide and self- harm, misinformation, etc.
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Score: 1295400.2 - https://www.unicef.org/vietnam/media/5261/file
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Specific methodologies to be used are group work, games and discussions. Although the main agenda of the interactive sessions is to elicit children’s opinions and duty bearer’s perspectives, the sessions will also provide online safety education to the participants. (...) This will be done using activities which are participatory and experiential in nature which will focus on using the 3C’s framework on COP;  Content – inappropriate/harmful materials that children are exposed to online o A workshop on determining safe, risky and unsafe online materials  Contact - People and interactions online that make children feel unsafe o A game on online friending, wherein children will discuss the concept of “friending” online strangers and risky online interaction (chatting, etc).  Conduct – Children’s own online behaviors which might put themselves or other people at risk o A game on understanding cyberbullying, in particular, how it happens in social media. (...)  Education – How should online safety education be mainstreamed for children’s online safety?
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Score: 1294753.5 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-D/R...0Duty%20Bearers%20on%20COP.pdf
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The competitions will take place from 26 July to 11 August 2019 (Pan American Games) and from 23 August to 1 September 2019 (Parapan American Games) in various venues: Lima (Metropolitan and province), Callao and Ica. (...) The face-to-face and virtual training experience consists of four modules: The Pan American and Parapan American Games, Lima 2019 and the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, the History of the Pan American and Parapan American Games, and Volunteerism at the Games. (...) Following the evaluation process, 12,000 volunteers will be selected for the Pan American Games and 7,000 volunteers for the Parapan American Games.
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Score: 1291105.9 - https://www.unv.org/news/40000...n-2019-pan-american-games-lima
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The competitions will take place from 26 July to 11 August 2019 (Pan American Games) and from 23 August to 1 September 2019 (Parapan American Games) in various venues: Lima (Metropolitan and province), Callao and Ica. (...) The face-to-face and virtual training experience consists of four modules: The Pan American and Parapan American Games, Lima 2019 and the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, the History of the Pan American and Parapan American Games, and Volunteerism at the Games. (...) Following the evaluation process, 12,000 volunteers will be selected for the Pan American Games and 7,000 volunteers for the Parapan American Games.
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Score: 1291105.9 - https://www.unv.org/node/15685
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Being connected helps them reduce the impact of COVID-19 and encourages them to continue with their lives…but it also presents risks and dangers. Online Risks Adults targeting children for sexual purposes on social media, gaming, and messaging platforms Harmful content – violence, misogyny, xenophobia, inciting suicide and self harm, misinformation, etc. Teens sharing personal information and sexual photos or videos of themselves Cyberbullying from peers and strangers Tech fixes to protect your children online Set up parental controls Turn on SafeSearch on your browser Set up strict privacy settings on online apps and games Cover webcams when not in use Create healthy and safe online habits Involve your child or teen in creating family tech agreements about healthy device use Create device-free spaces and times in your house (eating, sleeping, and playing, schoolwork) Help your children learn how to keep personal information private, especially from strangers – some people are not who they say they are! Remind your children that what goes online stays online (messages, photos, and videos Spend time with your child or teen online Explore websites, social media, games, and apps together Talk to your teen on how to report inappropriate content (see below) Common Sense Media has great advice for apps, games and entertainment for different ages Keep your children safe with open communication Tell your children that if they experience something online that makes them feel upset, uncomfortable, or scared, they can talk to you and you will not get mad or punish them Be alert to signs of distress. 
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Score: 1289745.1 - https://www.unicef.org/vietnam...s/keeping-children-safe-online
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But for parents who worried about the time their children spend on social media and online games before the pandemic, the figurative ‘jump’ into screens can also cause more concern or even distress. (...) These include talking to children about their online experiences; making sure they do not play games intended for an older audience; and observing their general mood and happiness as they play. (...) With restricted outdoor movement, the WHO has recommended active video games and online exercise classes as a way to stay healthy at home.
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Score: 1289713.7 - https://www.unicef.org/azerbai...ovid-19-rethinking-screen-time
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With between 300,000 and 500,000 people playing it daily, an Internet game that to date has generated 21 billion grains of rice for the United Nations World Food Programme ( WFP ) is proving to be an online sensation. (...) “I never imagined that things would move this fast or that it would be such a success,” said the game's creator John Breen, an online fundraising pioneer from the United States. (...) “You cannot imagine the joy in my heart when I look out and see 25 kids doing vocabulary homework and enjoying it,” one teacher from California told the School Library Journal. The appeal of the online game to children is such that freerice.com 'communities' have blossomed on social networking sites such as Facebook and MySpace.
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Score: 1287459.9 - https://news.un.org/en/story/2...opular-un-backed-internet-game
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Here are six ways that you can, too. UNICEF 1. Online games Let’s start with the simplest way – online games. (...) At that time, I didn’t know much. But the game helped me work things out and debunk the main myths. There are lots of games like this – you can easily find them on your own.
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Score: 1284638.5 - https://www.unicef.org/ukraine...-how-develop-critical-thinking
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