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ACCESSIBILITY AND THE STATUS OF THE CONVENTION ON THE RIGHTS OF PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES AND THE OPTIONAL PROTOCOL THERETO :REPORT OF THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
For example, in the Cook Islands, the national Telecom Sports Arena indoor stadium was built and made fully accessible to persons with disabilities. (...) In Malta, most sport facilities are accessible for A/74/146 9/17 19-11884 persons with disabilities, while in El Salvador, the National Sports Institute has adapted sports facilities. (...) This programme provides the necessary know-how to help countries to ensure that all citizens, including persons with disabilities, can have online access to information and communication services.
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CONSIDERATION OF REPORTS SUBMITTED BY STATES PARTIES UNDER ARTICLE 18 OF THE CONVENTION : CONVENTION ON THE ELIMINATION OF ALL FORMS OF DISCRIMINATION AGAINST WOMEN : 9TH PERIODIC REPORT OF STATES PARTIES DUE IN 2017 : AUSTRIA
Their diverse statements and conclusions can be found online in a final report. Procedure before the Equal Treatment Commission 10 (...) Funding is also granted to 6 helplines for women, an online counselling service as well as women’s shelters and emergency housing. (...) The tool and the equality measures mentioned above can be accessed online and free of charge at www.frauenfuehren.at/english/. 33.
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Score: 1000547.1 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...t?open&DS=CEDAW/C/AUT/9&Lang=E
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When I give a ball to a child, I know I can change that child's life for the better, simply by letting him or her participate in sport and play. Sport for Development (S4D) refers to the use of sport to achieve specific development objectives, like the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs). (...) Above all, play and sport help all children, including the poorest and most marginalized, to have fun and enjoy their childhood.   Through sport, children learn to live and play together and to lead others.
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Score: 998671 - https://www.unv.org/Success-stories/antoine-delieges-story
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When I give a ball to a child, I know I can change that child's life for the better, simply by letting him or her participate in sport and play. Sport for Development (S4D) refers to the use of sport to achieve specific development objectives, like the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs). (...) Above all, play and sport help all children, including the poorest and most marginalized, to have fun and enjoy their childhood.   Through sport, children learn to live and play together and to lead others.
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Score: 998671 - https://www.unv.org/index.php/node/1596
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When I give a ball to a child, I know I can change that child's life for the better, simply by letting him or her participate in sport and play. Sport for Development (S4D) refers to the use of sport to achieve specific development objectives, like the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs). (...) Above all, play and sport help all children, including the poorest and most marginalized, to have fun and enjoy their childhood.   Through sport, children learn to live and play together and to lead others.
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Score: 998671 - https://www.unv.org/index.php/...stories/antoine-delieges-story
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When I give a ball to a child, I know I can change that child's life for the better, simply by letting him or her participate in sport and play. Sport for Development (S4D) refers to the use of sport to achieve specific development objectives, like the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs). (...) Above all, play and sport help all children, including the poorest and most marginalized, to have fun and enjoy their childhood.   Through sport, children learn to live and play together and to lead others.
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Score: 998671 - https://www.unv.org/node/1596
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WORK AREA 3: COMMUNICATION AND OUTREACH
; • “ECE launches the Forests4Fashion Sports Challenge”; • “Time to reform our food systems”; • “Forest restoration is key to prevent the multiplication of wildfires and strengthen climate action”; • “Living with fire in the boreal biome”; • “UN Alliance supports Moldova’s efforts to turn its fashion industry into a driver of sustainable development”; • “Experts highlight the boreal biome’s contribution to the Sustainable Development Goals”. (...) The Joint Section also continued to promote the use of sustainable textile materials and supported a new campaign launched by the Executive Secretary of ECE, the Forests4Fashion Sports Challenge. It is a call to the world of sports, including sports events' organizers, committees, athletes, sportswear brands, producers and consumers to help advance circularity and sustainability in sports. (...) As part of this outreach, the Forests4Fashion Sports Challenge was featured by La Tele Vaud Fribourg, highlighting the potential of renewable fibres (https://latele.ch/emissions/emissions- speciales/rencontres-romandes-du-bois-1-3.) 14.
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Score: 997302.6 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...ECE/TIM/EFC/WP.2/2022/5&Lang=E
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ECA (United Nations Economic Commission for Africa) and Africa Sports Unified (ASU) will be hosting an interactive Online Webinar focused on Sports Trade and Manufacturing. We are happy to announce our Panellist for the Webinar:  Laura Paez: Chief of Market Integration Section, UNECA Dr Kevit Desai: Principal Secretary for East African Community Charlie Appleton: Chairman & Co-Founder of Alive & Kicking, Kenya Ugo Udezue: Co-Founder of AFA Sports John Oluwadero: Youth Advocacy Expert Abinaidah Chaseba (Moderator): Head of External Communications and Publicity of YALDA Our esteemed Panel will share their learning experiences of enhancing the African Sports and Manufacturing Ecosystem and discuss the opportunities the AfCFTA provides to support its development focusing on the role of innovation, entrepreneurship and engaging youth, women and people with disabilities in sports entrepreneurship and innovation in Africa.  This is an opportunity for dialogue amongst pioneers and thought leaders within African Sports Development. Leveraging the ability for sport to support the inclusive AfCFTA (African Continental Free Trade Area) implementation.
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Score: 997080 - https://www.uneca.org/node/3642
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ECA (United Nations Economic Commission for Africa) and Africa Sports Unified (ASU) will be hosting an interactive Online Webinar focused on Sports Trade and Manufacturing. We are happy to announce our Panellist for the Webinar:  Laura Paez: Chief of Market Integration Section, UNECA Dr Kevit Desai: Principal Secretary for East African Community Charlie Appleton: Chairman & Co-Founder of Alive & Kicking, Kenya Ugo Udezue: Co-Founder of AFA Sports John Oluwadero: Youth Advocacy Expert Abinaidah Chaseba (Moderator): Head of External Communications and Publicity of YALDA Our esteemed Panel will share their learning experiences of enhancing the African Sports and Manufacturing Ecosystem and discuss the opportunities the AfCFTA provides to support its development focusing on the role of innovation, entrepreneurship and engaging youth, women and people with disabilities in sports entrepreneurship and innovation in Africa.  This is an opportunity for dialogue amongst pioneers and thought leaders within African Sports Development. Leveraging the ability for sport to support the inclusive AfCFTA (African Continental Free Trade Area) implementation.
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Score: 997080 - https://www.uneca.org/events/a...-afcfta-a-mechanism-for-growth
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ECA (United Nations Economic Commission for Africa) and Africa Sports Unified (ASU) will be hosting an interactive Online Webinar focused on Sports Trade and Manufacturing. We are happy to announce our Panellist for the Webinar:  Laura Paez: Chief of Market Integration Section, UNECA Dr Kevit Desai: Principal Secretary for East African Community Charlie Appleton: Chairman & Co-Founder of Alive & Kicking, Kenya Ugo Udezue: Co-Founder of AFA Sports John Oluwadero: Youth Advocacy Expert Abinaidah Chaseba (Moderator): Head of External Communications and Publicity of YALDA Our esteemed Panel will share their learning experiences of enhancing the African Sports and Manufacturing Ecosystem and discuss the opportunities the AfCFTA provides to support its development focusing on the role of innovation, entrepreneurship and engaging youth, women and people with disabilities in sports entrepreneurship and innovation in Africa.  This is an opportunity for dialogue amongst pioneers and thought leaders within African Sports Development. Leveraging the ability for sport to support the inclusive AfCFTA (African Continental Free Trade Area) implementation.
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Score: 997080 - https://www.uneca.org/fr/node/3642
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