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Winners included Halabuda media hub, which discusses contemporary art and promotes critical thinking, and the online game Check It , which uses role-play to distinguish fakes from the truth. (...) Under such conditions, playing board games is more interesting. In addition, these games can unite generations and it is always a pleasure to return to them." (...) It is also developing a new game design to make it more convenient and inclusive.
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Score: 1230668 - https://www.unicef.org/ukraine/en/stories/infoton-stories
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“There are some children who are into gaming and instead of doing their homework, they are playing PUBG.” (...) Yangchen says that parents also tell her about their children’s increasing  screen time. “This issue with online games is more with boys in grades six, seven and eight,” she says. “They tend to spend about four hours playing 20 games online.” Yangchen Lhamo Recently, the class teacher referred a 14 year-old grade eight student to her.
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Score: 1226952.8 - https://www.unicef.org/bhutan/...ines-make-children-feel-secure
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Collective Consultation on Traditional Sports and Games: "Traditional Sports and Games, Challenge for the Future" Skip to main content Toggle navigation Building peace in the minds of men and women Member states Staff Search form Search Search English English Français Main shared menu In brief Introducing UNESCO Mission and Mandate UNESCO House Strategic Transformation Portal Who's Who? Director-General Governance Transparency Internal Oversight Service Key Figures & Budget Funding needs & data What we do Expertise Education Culture Natural Sciences Social and Human Sciences Communication & Information Major Initiatives Revive the Spirit of Mosul Futures of Education Fostering freedom of expression Building knowledge societies Sustainable Cities Preventing violent extremism Our commitment to biodiversity Advancing the 2030 Sustainable Development Agenda Specialized Areas Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission Global Education Monitoring Report Global Priorities Africa Gender Equality Where we work Member States Field Offices National Commissions Ocean & Climate Platform Networks International Coalition of Inclusive and Sustainable Cities – ICCAR UNESCO Associated Schools Network Education for Sustainable Development Network UNITWIN – UNESCO Chairs UNEVOC - International Centre for Technical and Vocational Education and Training Institutes UIS - UNESCO Institute for Statistics IIEP - International Institute for Educational Planning ICTP - International Centre for Theoretical Physics UIL - Institute for Lifelong Learning IBE - International Bureau of Education IICBA - International Institute for Capacity-Building in Africa IITE - Institute for Information Technologies in Education IESALC - International Institute for Higher Education in Latin America and the Caribbean MGIEP - Mahatma Gandhi Institute of Education for Peace and Sustainable Development Partners Introducing Partnerships Public partners Business, cities, young people UNESCO family partners and networks NGO's and Foundations Goodwill Ambassadors Join us Careers Procurement Fellowships Internship Resources For Journalists: Press room For Delegates: UNESCO.int Documents & Publications - UNESDOC Online Bookshop The UNESCO Courier Conventions Official Photos UNESCO Lists World Heritage Intangible Cultural Heritage Creative Cities Memory of the World Register Biosphere Reserves UNESCO Global Geoparks UNESCO Atlas of the World's Languages in Danger Data and Statistics UNESCO Institute for Statistics Observatory of Killed Journalists World Inequality Database on Education Transparency portal Archives UNESCO Archives Digital Archives Library UNESCO Library UNESDOC Digital Library Multimedia collections Collective Consultation on Traditional Sports and Games: "Traditional Sports and Games, Challenge for the Future" × When : from Thursday 6 July, 2017 09:00 to Friday 7 July, 2017 17:30 Type of event : Consultative Meeting Where : UNESCO Headquarters, Room VIII, 7, place de Fontenoy, 75007, Paris, France Contact : M Dally, m.dally@unesco.org This collective consultation will address the major dual challenge of the promotion and safeguard of traditional sports and games (TSG) as sports practices and intangible cultural heritage. Following the revamp of the programme on the safeguarding and promotion of traditional sports and games, UNESCO organizes a Collective Consultation at UNESCO Headquarters in Paris, on 6 and 7 July 2017.
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Score: 1226675 - https://en.unesco.org/events/c...nal-sports-and-games-challenge
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 Easy access to learning material  Ease of communication  Easy tracking of children in circumstances that necessitate tracking  Opens children to the world – global village  Affordable – data is affordable  The services are adaptable to suit the changing times  Real-time availability – products and services are available in realtime Benefits of Mobile internet to children  1. CONTENT: Child online exploitation and abuse material (COEA) include Child sexual abuse material, violent material, gaming, gambling, exposure to adult pornography online, age- inappropriate content, hate speech, extremism (extreme political or religious views) HARMS/RISKS/THREAT  2. CONTACT Online grooming  Radicalization  Sexual acts offline Cyberbullying Harassment HARMS/RISK/THREATS  CONDUCT Overuse of mobile internet Sharing of explicit pictures of children online Inappropriate behavior  Unintended spending: many games have in-app purchases promoted with adverts  Unauthorized spending HARMS/RISKS/THREATS  Contract Risk Terms and Conditions of industry are in language children do not understand. (...) MEASURES TO PROTECT CHILDREN – PUBLIC WIFI International Telecommunication Union Committed to Connecting the World Identify and list Apps and Social Media etc. that are most used in the African Region  Facebook  WhatsApp  Snap chat  YouTube  Instagram  Twitter  Gaming and gambling apps Apps and Social media mostly used in Africa  To be shared by Liberia CASE STUDY  WhatsApp and other social media platform create the conducive environment for the viral sharing of explicit material of children online.
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Score: 1224382.8 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-D/R...VIEW%204%20INDUSTRY%20(1)1.pdf
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This strategy contains a number of objectives related to the protection and empowerment of children in the Internet: "securing the right to privacy of citizens, including children and vulnerable persons, in the new media environment in line with Convention 108, in particular by: - promoting the development of measures and tools for children and their families to better manage their privacy and personal data and, in this connection, their identity, such as by using pseudonyms on the Internet; - promoting practices that enable the deletion of content produced by children, including its traces (logs, records and processing) within a reasonably short period of time; and exploring whether this approach may be broadened; [...] - developing criteria for trustmark and labelling systems to enable children and their families to identify suitable online content; - sharing best practice on secure and age-appropriate spaces for children on the Internet, including the development of age verification systems and access to quality content; - training education professionals regarding the attitudes, skills and knowledge for learners to become responsible users and producers of content based on respect for human rights and human dignity; - developing awareness raising activities for parents concerning the protection of children and young people on the Internet, in particular by updating and translating into different language versions Council of Europe human rights media literacy materials such as the Compasito Manual on human rights for children, the Internet Literacy Handbook and the Wild Web Woods online game." (...) Children's participation means the right of children to be heard and involved in decision making, whether at home, in the general life of the community, on-line, at school or in individual legal and administrative matters that concern them. · Recommendation CM/Rec(2012)4 of the Committee of Ministers to member States on the protection of human rights with regard to social networking services : As social networks play an increasingly important role in the life of children and young people, this recommendation calls for better protection against harmful content and behavior, stressing the need for a balanced approach and shared best practices. · Human rights guidelines for Internet Service Providers [pdf] : Developed by the Council of Europe in close co-operation with the European Internet Services Providers Association (EuroISPA), these guidelines provide human rights benchmarks for internet service providers (ISPs) giving also practical advice with regard to how to minimise risks for children stemming from illegal and/or harmful content. · Human rights guidelines for online games providers [pdf] : Developed by the Council of Europe in close co-operation with the Interactive Software Federation of Europe (ISFE), these guidelines provide human rights benchmarks for online games providers and developers. (...) The courses, lasting over 18 months, focus on the individual professional contexts of education professionals, demonstrating that empowered and responsible users are the best guarantee for democratic governance of the Internet. · Online game " Through the Wild Web Woods " to help children learn basic Internet safety rules with its "Through the Wild Web Woods" Teachers guide : designed to help 7 to 10 year-olds understand the Internet and acquire the skills to become wise Internet users, to understand the basic concept of human rights, and to learn about their own rights and how to respect the rights of others in an interactive manner.
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Score: 1222837.5 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...sions/2014/CouncilofEurope.doc
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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: 1220207.5 - https://www.unicef.org/lac/en/...online-while-covid-19-outbreak
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"Go small-scale fishing!" card game order form NAME OF ORGANISATION QUANTITY OF GO-FISH CARD SETS ADDRESS OF DESTINATION CONTACT DETAILS HOW DO YOU WISH TO USE THE GAME? (...) game, please fill in the form below and return to SSF-Guidelines@fao.org. In exchange, please be sure to provide a brief explanation about how, where, when and with who you plan to use the game, and please don’t hesitate to send us pictures of the game being put to use!
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Score: 1220181 - https://www.fao.org/3/cb3736en/cb3736en.pdf
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Faiss, "Sports Gambling in the Cyberspace Era", 5 Chapman Law Review (primavera de 2002) AB-46 Nevada State Gaming Control Board (Junta de Control del Juego del Estado de Nevada), Gaming Revenue Report for the year ending 31 December 2002 AB-47 Ejemplos de anuncios publicitarios de corredores de apuestas de Nevada en los que se ofrecen servicios a los usuarios a domicilio a través de Internet AB-48 Report of the Committee to Study the Feasibility of Instituting Sports Gaming Activities at Existing Gaming Venues in Delaware: To the House of Representatives of the 142nd General Assembly of Delaware (Informe del Comité para el estudio de la factibilidad del establecimiento de actividades de juego relacionadas con el deporte en los lugares de juego existentes en Delaware a la Cámara de Representantes de la 142ª Asamblea General de Delaware) (30 de mayo de 2003) AB-49 Koleman Strumpf, Illegal Sports Bookmakers , Departamento de Economía, Universidad de Carolina del Norte en Chapel Hill (febrero de 2003) [Extractos] AB-50 Liz Benston, "Technology Boosting Traditional, ‘Net Bingo'", Las Vegas Sun (13 de marzo de 2003) AB-51 California Gaming Control Commission (Comisión de Control del Juego del Estado de California), List of Licensed Cardroom establishments (Lista de establecimientos autorizados de mesas de juego) AB-52 Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation (Departamento de Regulación Empresarial y Profesional del Estado de Florida), Division of Pari-Mutuel Wagering (División de Apuestas Mutuas), 71º Informe Anual: 1º de julio de 2001 a 30 de junio de 2002), página 23 AB-53 American Gaming Association (Asociación del Juego de los Estados Unidos), "AGA Fact Sheet: Gaming Revenue: Current Year Data" AB-54 Jeffrey Rodefer, "Internet Gambling in Nevada: Overview of Federal Law Affecting Assembly Bill 466", publicado el 18 de marzo de 2003 en el sitio Web del Departamento de Justicia de Nevada AB-55 Comunicado de prensa de fecha 21 de agosto de 2002 del Fiscal General de Nueva York, titulado "Agreement Reached with Paypal to Bar New Yorkers from Online Gambling" AB-56 "Assurance of Discontinuance" (Garantía de Desistimiento) firmada entre el Fiscal General de Nueva York y Paypal Inc., de fecha 16 de agosto de 2002 AB-57 Comunicado de prensa de fecha 14 de junio de 2002 del Fiscal General de Nueva York, titulado "Financial Giant Joins Fight Against Online Gambling" AB-58 Comunicado de prensa de fecha 11 de febrero de 2003 del Fiscal General de Nueva York, titulado "Ten Banks end online Gambling with Credit Cards" AB-59 Secretaría del GATT, "Consignación en listas de los compromisos iniciales en la esfera del comercio de servicios: nota explicativa" (MTN.GNS/W/164) (3 de septiembre de 1993) AB-60 "Directrices para la consignación en listas de los compromisos específicos en el marco del Acuerdo General sobre el Comercio de Servicios (AGCS)" (S/L/92) (28 de marzo de 2001) AB-61 "Lista de compromisos específicos de los Estados Unidos de América" GATS/SC/90 (15 de abril de 1994) AB-62 "Lista de Clasificación Sectorial de los Servicios", preparada por la Secretaría del GATT, MTN.GNS/W/120 (10 de julio de 1991) AB-63 "Statistical Papers Series M No. 77, Provisional Central Product Classification", (Clasificación Central Provisional de Productos) Departamento de Asuntos Económicos y Sociales Internacionales, Oficina de Estadística de las Naciones Unidas (Nueva York, 1991) AB-64 "Comunicación de los Estados Unidos: Clasificación de los servicios energéticos" (S/CSC/W/27) (18 de mayo de 2000) AB-65 Comisión de Comercio Internacional de los Estados Unidos, "US Schedule of Commitments under the General Agreement on Trade in Services - with explanatory materials prepared by the US International Trade Commission" (Lista de compromisos de los Estados Unidos de conformidad con el Acuerdo General sobre el Comercio de Servicios, con materiales explicativos preparados por la Comisión de Comercio Internacional de los Estados Unidos) (mayo de 1997) AB-66 "The Handle: Thursday Roundup", The Spokesman Review (Spokane Washington) (2 de febrero de 2001) AB-67 David Bennett, "Lottery's pot for schools ends up short", Crain's Cleveland Business (23 de julio de 2001) AB-68 Jim Saunders, "Video-gambling debate spins in soft economy", The Florida Times-Union (29 de diciembre de 2002) AB-69 Clasificación Central de Productos (CPC), versión 1.0 (1997) y versión 1.1 (2002) AB-70 "The Unlawful Internet Gambling Funding Prohibition Act" (Ley de Prohibición de la Financiación de los juegos de azar ilícitos por Internet) H.R. 2143, adoptada el 10 de junio de 2003 AB-71 Cuadro titulado "Selected US Lottery Statistics: 1964 to 2003" (Estadísticas escogidas de la Lotería de los Estados Unidos) AB-72 Cuadro titulado "U.S. (...) Malcolm en la sesión especial de información: Blanqueo de dinero y sistemas de pago en los juegos de azar en línea patrocinada por World Online Gambling Law Report ) (20 de noviembre de 2002) AB-87 "Casinos in the United States", Bear Stearns 2002-2003 North American Gaming Almanac AB-88 Resumen de la legislación de los Estados y territorios de los Estados Unidos AB-89 Legislación del Estado de Colorado - Colo. (...) Ader, Bear Stearns & Co, Inc, North American Gaming Almanac 2002‑2003 [Extractos] AB-119 Antonia Z.
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Score: 1218395.1 - https://www.wto.org/spanish/tratop_s/dispu_s/285r_g_s.doc
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Faiss, "Sports Gambling in the Cyberspace Era", 5 Chapman Law Review (primavera de 2002) AB-46 Nevada State Gaming Control Board (Junta de Control del Juego del Estado de Nevada), Gaming Revenue Report for the year ending 31 December 2002 AB-47 Ejemplos de anuncios publicitarios de corredores de apuestas de Nevada en los que se ofrecen servicios a los usuarios a domicilio a través de Internet AB-48 Report of the Committee to Study the Feasibility of Instituting Sports Gaming Activities at Existing Gaming Venues in Delaware: To the House of Representatives of the 142nd General Assembly of Delaware (Informe del Comité para el estudio de la factibilidad del establecimiento de actividades de juego relacionadas con el deporte en los lugares de juego existentes en Delaware a la Cámara de Representantes de la 142ª Asamblea General de Delaware) (30 de mayo de 2003) AB-49 Koleman Strumpf, Illegal Sports Bookmakers, Departamento de Economía, Universidad de Carolina del Norte en Chapel Hill (febrero de 2003) [Extractos] AB-50 Liz Benston, "Technology Boosting Traditional, ‘Net Bingo' ", Las Vegas Sun (13 de marzo de 2003) AB-51 California Gaming Control Commission (Comisión de Control del Juego del Estado de California), List of Licensed Cardroom establishments (Lista de establecimientos autorizados de mesas de juego) AB-52 Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation (Departamento de Regulación Empresarial y Profesional del Estado de Florida), Division of Pari- Mutuel Wagering (División de Apuestas Mutuas), 71º Informe Anual: 1º de julio de 2001 a 30 de junio de 2002) , página 23 AB-53 American Gaming Association (Asociación del Juego de los Estados Unidos), "AGA Fact Sheet: Gaming Revenue: Current Year Data" AB-54 Jeffrey Rodefer, "Internet Gambling in Nevada: Overview of Federal Law Affecting Assembly Bill 466", publicado el 18 de marzo de 2003 en el sitio Web del Departamento de Justicia de Nevada AB-55 Comunicado de prensa de fecha 21 de agosto de 2002 del Fiscal General de Nueva York, titulado "Agreement Reached with Paypal to Bar New Yorkers from Online Gambling" AB-56 "Assurance of Discontinuance" (Garantía de Desistimiento) firmada entre el Fiscal General de Nueva York y Paypal Inc., de fecha 16 de agosto de 2002 AB-57 Comunicado de prensa de fecha 14 de junio de 2002 del Fiscal General de Nueva York, titulado "Financial Giant Joins Fight Against Online Gambling" AB-58 Comunicado de prensa de fecha 11 de febrero de 2003 del Fiscal General de Nueva York, titulado "Ten Banks end online Gambling with Credit Cards" AB-59 Secretaría del GATT, "Consignación en listas de los compromisos iniciales en la esfera del comercio de servicios : nota explicativa" (MTN.GNS/W/164) (3 de septiembre de 1993) AB-60 "Directrices para la consignación en listas de los compromisos específicos en el marco del Acuerdo General sobre el Comercio de Servicios (AGCS)" (S/L/92) (28 de marzo de 2001) WT/DS285/R Página G-4 Prueba documental Nº Título AB-61 "Lista de compromisos específicos de los Estados Unidos de América" GATS/SC/90 (15 de abril de 1994) AB-62 "Lista de Clasificación Sectorial de los Servicios ", preparada por la Secretaría del GATT, MTN.GNS/W/120 (10 de julio de 1991) AB-63 "Statistical Papers Series M No. 77, Provisional Central Product Classification", (Clasificación Central Provisional de Productos) Departamento de Asuntos Económicos y Sociales Internacionales, Oficina de Estadística de las Naciones Unidas (Nueva York, 1991) AB-64 "Comunicación de los Estados Unidos : Clasificación de los servicios energéticos" (S/CSC/W/27) (18 de mayo de 2000) AB-65 Comisión de Comercio Internacional de los Estados Unidos, "US Schedule of Commitments under the General Agreement on Trade in Services - with explanatory materials prepared by the US International Trade Commission" (Lista de compromisos de los Estados Unidos de conformidad con el Acuerdo General sobre el Comercio de Servicios, con materiales explicativos preparados por la Comisión de Comercio Internacional de los Estados Unidos) (mayo de 1997) AB-66 "The Handle : Thursday Roundup", The Spokesman Review (Spokane Washington) (2 de febrero de 2001) AB-67 David Bennett, "Lottery's pot for schools ends up short", Crain's Cleveland Business (23 de julio de 2001) AB-68 Jim Saunders, "Video-gambling debate spins in soft economy", The Florida Times- Union (29 de diciembre de 2002) AB-69 Clasificación Central de Productos (CPC), versión 1.0 (1997) y versión 1.1 (2002) AB-70 "The Unlawful Internet Gambling Funding Prohibition Act" (Ley de Prohibición de la Financiación de los juegos de azar ilícitos por Internet) H.R. 2143, adoptada el 10 de junio de 2003 AB-71 Cuadro titulado "Selected US Lottery Statistics: 1964 to 2003" (Estadísticas escogidas de la Lotería de los Estados Unidos) AB-72 Cuadro titulado "U.S. (...) Malcolm en la sesión especial de información: Blanqueo de dinero y sistemas de pago en los juegos de azar en línea patrocinada por World Online Gambling Law Report) (20 de noviembre de 2002) AB-87 "Casinos in the United States", Bear Stearns 2002-2003 North American Gaming Almanac AB-88 Resumen de la legislación de los Estados y territorios de los Estados Unidos AB-89 Legislación del Estado de Colorado - Colo. (...) Moodie, Detective Inspector, Ontario Illegal Gaming Enforcement Unit, Gambling Law Enforcement Systems Issues Conference (L.D.
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Score: 1218395.1 - https://www.wto.org/spanish/tratop_s/dispu_s/285r_g_s.pdf
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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: 1217666.7 - https://en.unesco.org/courier/...online/all-about-sport-courier
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