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REPORT OF THE 14TH UNITED NATIONS CONGRESS ON CRIME PREVENTION AND CRIMINAL JUSTICE, KYOTO, 7–12 MARCH 2021
Address the needs and protect the rights of children and youth, with due consideration to their vulnerabilities, to ensure their protection from all forms of crime, violence, abuse and exploitation both online and offline, such as sexual abuse and exploitation of children and trafficking in persons, noting the particular vulnerabilities of children in the context of smuggling of migrants, as well as recruitment by organized criminal groups including gangs, as well as by terrorist groups; Youth empowerment for crime prevention 30. (...) Foster global, regional and bilateral cooperation to prevent criminals and criminal organizations from accessing firearms, and strengthen mechanisms and strategies for border control for preventing and combating illicit trafficking in and diversion of firearms, their parts and components and ammunition, including online trade, and the illicit reactivation of deactivated firearms; 84. (...) Take more effective measures to prevent and end abuse, exploitation, trafficking and all forms of violence against and torture of children, including child sexual exploitation and sexual abuse online and offline, by criminalizing such acts, supporting victims and fostering international cooperation to combat these cr imes; 87.
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REPORT OF THE 14TH UNITED NATIONS CONGRESS ON CRIME PREVENTION AND CRIMINAL JUSTICE, KYOTO, 7-12 MARCH 2021
Address the needs and protect the rights of children and youth, with due consideration to their vulnerabilities, to ensure their protection from all forms of crime, violence, abuse and exploitation both online and offline, such as sexual abuse and exploitation of children and trafficking in persons, noting the particular vulnerabilities of children in the context of smuggling of migrants, as well as recruitment by organized criminal groups including gangs, as well as by terrorist groups; Youth empowerment for crime prevention 30. (...) Foster global, regional and bilateral cooperation to prevent criminals and criminal organizations from accessing firearms, and strengthen mechanisms and strategies for border control for preventing and combating illicit trafficking in and diversion of firearms, their parts and components and ammunition, including online trade, and the illicit reactivation of deactivated firearms; 84. (...) Take more effective measures to prevent and end abuse, exploitation, trafficking and all forms of violence against and torture of children, including child sexual exploitation and sexual abuse online and offline, by criminalizing such acts, supporting victims and fostering international cooperation to combat these cr imes; 87.
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EVALUATION OF THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE THIRD PHASE OF THE WORLD PROGRAMME FOR HUMAN RIGHTS EDUCATION :REPORT OF THE OFFICE OF THE UNITED NATIONS HIGH COMMISSIONER FOR HUMAN RIGHTS
In Cyprus, the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sport and Youth developed the national strategy for preventing and addressing school violence, 2018–2022. (...) Together with the Swedish Association of Local Authorities and Regions, Uppsala University offers an online introductory training course on human rights in public service for civil servants working within the public sector in Sweden. (...) In 2019, the governmental programme on human rights education for civil servants at Uppsala University, including both online and face-to-face courses, reached almost 8,000 civil servants.
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Score: 1031101.8 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...get?open&DS=A/HRC/45/24&Lang=E
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PROGRESS IN IMPLEMENTING THE MANDATES OF THE OPEN-ENDED INTERGOVERNMENTAL EXPERT MEETING TO ENHANCE INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION UNDER THE UNITED NATIONS CONVENTION AGAINST CORRUPTION : NOTE BY THE SECRETARIAT
In line with the recommendation of the sixth expert meeting, the Secretariat continued to update the online directory of competent national authorities (available at www.unodc.org/compauth_uncac/en/index.html). 30. (...) For instance, task force 4 of the International Partnership against Corruption in Sport was launched at an online event in April 2021. Co-chaired by UNODC and the International Olympic Committee, the task force was established to enhance cooperation among law enforcement entities, criminal justice authorities and sports organizations. In addition, the Office organized eight regional and two national workshops on tackling corruption in sport, including by enhancing cooperation among sports law enforcement agencies, criminal justice and corruption-prevention authorities and sports organization. 42.
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Score: 1030185.4 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...DS=CAC/COSP/EG.1/2021/2&Lang=E
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TWELFTH STATISTICAL SURVEY ON THE INTERNET DEVELOPMENT IN CHINA : KEYNOTE PAPER / WANG ENHAI
In accordance with the statistical theories and International common practice, based on the previous 11 statistical surveys, we adopted computer auto online searching, online survey, offline sampling and receive statistics from relevant institutions. (...) CES/SEM.52/7 Page 21 Online survey 5. The online survey focuses on understanding the situation, custom of the Internet users in accessing the Internet and their views on some hot issues. (...) From June. 11 to 30, 2003, CNNIC conducted the online survey, and gained great support by many domestic well-known websites and media. 72,767 questionnaires were received with 19,096 effective responses.
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INFORMATION FOR PARTICIPANTS, THIRD INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON SMALL ISLAND D
Failure to submit photographs at the time of online registration will result in delegates having to line up to be photographed at the Nu’utele Accreditation Centre. (...) Access to the Conference venue, Faleata Sports Complex 64. Each registered representative of NGOs and other major groups will receive one individual conference grounds pass to allow him or her to ga in access to the Faleata Sports Complex. 65. (...) It is important that each participant complete the online accommodation booking so that local officials can obtain travel details for the arrangement of transport from and to the airport.
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Score: 1028949.8 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...pen&DS=A/CONF.223/INF/1&Lang=E
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SUMMARY REPORT ON THE INTERNATIONAL YEAR OF INDIGENOUS LANGUAGES, 2019 :NOTE / BY THE SECRETARIAT
Cultural events and activities constituted by far the most common type of activity undertaken (296 out of 683 for which a category was reported, or 34 per cent __________________ 7 The event categories were the following: (a) international conference of States; (b) international meetings; (c) non-governmental organizations; (d) international congress; (e) advisory committees; (f) expert committees; (g) seminars and training/courses; (h) symposiums; (i) concerts; (j) performance/theatre; (k) exhibitions; (l) sports events, traditional sports and games; (m) film screenings; (n) media; and (o) online events. 8 Expected outputs included decisions, recommendations and conclusions addressed to intergovernmental organizations, promotion of the exchange of knowledge at the international and national levels, advice on the execution programmes, advice on the formulation of programmes, training, promotion of cultural expression, promotion of sports and traditional sports and games, and dissemination of information. (...) The same applied to online events, which perhaps also reflects the relatively more disadvantageous economic status of indigenous communities. (...) Furthermore, UNESCO held an online consultation from August to September 2019.
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Score: 1025246.7 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...t?open&DS=E/C.19/2020/9&Lang=E
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PROTECTING CHILDREN FROM BULLYING : REPORT OF THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
Bullying and cyberbullying feed into each other, forming a continuum of damaging behaviour. 13. Whether online or in person, bullying is among children’s top concerns. (...) The forum included, for the first time, a session on “Safeguarding the Future: Online Protection of Underage Users”. The forum, organized in cooperation with UNICEF and with the participation of the Special Representative, recognized the opportunities the Internet can bring to children, as well as the risks o f exposure to online abuse, including cyberbullying. (...) Supported by significant awareness raising and online resources, and a wide network of human rights volunteers, this initiative ensures that children’s voices are heard and acted on. 62.
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Score: 1024215.8 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...sf/get?open&DS=A/73/265&Lang=E
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And that is either practising sport, or following our favourite sporting teams or heroes or heroines. (...) Gyms and individual trainers have gone online, getting to grips with Zoom, Facebook Live and other online meeting platforms, to help people stay fit, despite lockdown [and to help gyms survive!]. Although some major sporting events were regrettably postponed (such as the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games), many people have still been able to follow their sporting passion, as league or cup sports play out in empty stadiums, but to massive online and TV followings much bigger than ever before.
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Score: 1021641.7 - https://www.itu.int/en/osg/dsg...speeches/Pages/2020-08-03.aspx
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IMPLEMENTATION OF THE MANDATES OF THE UNITED NATIONS CRIME PREVENTION AND CRIMINAL JUSTICE PROGRAMME, WITH PARTICULAR REFERENCE TO THE TECHNICAL COOPERATION ACTIVITIES OF THE UNITED NATIONS OFFICE ON DRUGS AND CRIME :REPORT OF THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
Under its initiative on youth crime prevention through sport, UNODC promoted sport in the context of holistic crime prevention approaches, providing life skills training to youth and promoting pro-social behaviour, youth empowerment and social inclusion. (...) As part of the initiative, UNODC continued to engage at-risk youth in both face- to-face and online activities through the “Line Up, Live Up” training programme and other sport-based interventions aimed at building life skills and providing opportunities for youth participation, and training has been provided for 15,000 young people and 1,200 trainers and coaches so far. The programme also conducted webinars and workshops to promote sport in crime prevention and developed guidance tools, including the UNODC publication Preventing Violent Extremism through Sport: Technical Guide. 25.
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Score: 1020753.3 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...sf/get?open&DS=A/76/122&Lang=E
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