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ACTIVITIES OF THE UNITED NATIONS OFFICE ON DRUGS AND CRIME : REPORT OF THE EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
In addition, more than 215 online training events were delivered to a total of nearly 2,800 law enforcement officers. 36. (...) The organization of meetings in online or hybrid formats allowed the participation of a wider range of stakeholders. 51. (...) UNODC published a technical guide on preventing violent extremism through sport, conducted policy and capacity-building events on the use of sport for life skills development, strengthened partnerships with the education, youth and sport sectors and continued to engage youth through online and face-to-face sports activities. 66.
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REPLIES OF CAMBODIA TO THE LIST OF ISSUES IN RELATION TO ITS COMBINED 4TH TO 6TH REPORTS :COMMITTEE ON THE RIGHTS OF THE CHILD
Seeing the impact and challenges that arise with the online sexual exploitation and abuse of children, the Kingdom of Cambodia entered the global partnership for the elimination of violence against children (Path Finding Country) on September 12, 2019. Besides, the Kingdom of Cambodia has also signed the WePROTEC Declaration in Abu Dhabi in 2015 in relation to the prevention campaign of online child abuse and exploitation, with the Ministry of Interior as the mediator. (...) Currently, there are two cases of online child sexual abuse and exploitation, the case of child pornography distribution with conditioning order and threat, and the case of child pornography dissemination on the Internet.
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CHAIR'S SUMMARY - HIGH-LEVEL INTERACTIVE DIALOGUE ON THE REVIEW THEME-PARTICIPATION IN AND ACCESS OF WOMEN TO THE MEDIA, AND INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATIONS TECHNOLOGIES AND THEIR IMPACT ON AND USE AS AN INSTRUMENT FOR THE ADVANCEMENT AND EMPOWERMENT OF WO
New Zealand had conducted a study on the gendered nature of digital harm, which had shed light on young people’s online lives. The gender-specific findings had clearly demonstrated the need to empower young people through education and awareness-raising on how to be safe online and by involving young women in particular in developing digital tools. 8. To address gender stereotypes, Germany had launched its “Discover Football” initiative, aimed at promoting diversity and successes of women athletes to counter the association of sports with men and enhance the popularity of sports among women and girls. (...) Such partnerships had helped to expand broadband availability in rural and remote areas and had enabled better access to online information, for example for women farmers.
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CANADA: PERIODIC REPORT
Jodhan 2012 FCA 161, online: decisions.fca- caf.gc.ca/en/2012/2012fca161/2012fca161.html. (...) Swayze, 2003 1 S.C.R. 722, online: scc.lexum.org/en/2003/2003scc32/2003scc32.html. (...) VIA Rail Canada Inc., [2007] 1 SCR 650, online: scc.lexum.org/en/2007/2007scc15/2007scc15.html.
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REPORT OF THE SPECIAL RAPPORTEUR ON CONTEMPORARY FORMS OF RACISM, RACIAL DISCRIMINATION, XENOPHOBIA AND RELATED INTOLERANCE ON THE IMPLEMENTATION OF GENERAL ASSEMBLY RESOLUTION 69/160
Preventing and countering racism and extremism in sport ...................................... 23–27 8 V. (...) According to reports received, extremist groups, including neo-Nazis and skinhead groups, operate at sporting venues, in particular football matches, and at some individual professional sporting events. (...) He also notes the creation in a Latin-American country of a monitoring mechanism for hate speech on the Internet, which aims to identify early racist crimes online and the eradication of any form of discrimination online, including the removal of discriminatory material from public web pages. 38.
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GENERAL COMMENT NO. 17 (2013) ON THE RIGHT OF THE CHILD TO REST, LEISURE, PLAY, RECREATIONAL ACTIVITIES, CULTURAL LIFE AND THE ARTS (ART. 31)
This general comment only touches tangentially on the issue of sport, as it is a major issue in its own right. (...) Compulsory or enforced games and sports or compulsory involvement in a youth organization, for example, do not constitute recreation. (...) The growing opportunities for online gaming, where children may be exposed to a global network of users without filters or protections, are also a cause for concern
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COMPETITION ISSUES IN THE SALE OF AUDIOVISUAL RIGHTS FOR MAJOR SPORTING EVENTS
Sports content 1 United Nations Inter-Agency Task Force on Sport for Development and Peace, 2005, Sport as a tool for development and peace, Final report. (...) The Olympic Games are the most viewed sporting event in the world. The Games in 2016 were viewed by half the global population, with online consumption rising to 7.2 billion views on social media platforms, double the figure for the Games in 2012. (...) In February 2017, the European Parliament reached an informal agreement with the Council of the European Union on a draft regulation on the cross-border portability of online content. From 2018 onward, European nationals travelling to another member State of the European Union will be able to retain subscriptions for online content, such as sports, music, games and films; portability will not be restricted in time and will apply to all subscription service content and to free services that wish to participate. 35.
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DRAFT REPORT : ADDENDUM : OPEN-ENDED INTERGOVERNMENTAL WORKING GROUP ON THE PREVENTION OF CORRUPTION, VIENNA, 15–17 JUNE 2022
He referred to the recently established online courses on preventing and combating corruption, which included notions of ethics and integrity, and a master’s degree programme on human rights and preventing and combating corruption developed by the National Anti-Corruption Academy of Egypt. (...) He indicated that several universities had offered specialized training programmes to anti-corruption experts and public officials, including through online courses. Some universities had launched master’s degree programmes on combating corruption and enhancing compliance. (...) In the ensuing discussion, speakers raised issues such as the development of online educational platforms and the use of information and communications technologies, means of assessing the effectiveness and impact of anti -corruption educational programmes and materials at all levels of education, cooperation with the private sector and civil society in relation to education, and the inclusion of anti-corruption education and awareness-raising in national anti-corruption plans and strategies. 11.
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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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