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Sport has the power to convince, convene and activate. (...) Submit a photo or a portfolio of photos (5 maximum) showcasing sport as an engine for equality, empowerment, and/or inclusion to sport@unesco.org . (...) The winners will: Receive a 500$ gift card Be interviewed for a profile feature on the UNESCO website Have their entry exhibited at UNESCO headquarters in 2022, and promoted online on the Organization’s website, social media platforms, in publications and as part of Fit for Life advocacy campaigns Be published in the Women Sports (tbc) Runner-ups will: Have their entry exhibited at UNESCO Headquarters in 2022, and promoted online on the Organization’s website, social media platforms, in publications and as part of Fit for Life advocacy campaigns Important: UNESCO reserves the right to modify the contest prizes and its rules and regulations as and when necessary, without prior notice.
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Score: 1027606.3 - https://en.unesco.org/news/une...aunches-fit-life-photo-contest
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UNESCO is the United Nations’ lead agency for Physical Education and Sport (PES). Why sport? Sport has historically played an important role in all societies, be it in the form of competitive sport, physical activity or play. But one may wonder: what does sport have to do with the United Nations? In fact, sport presents a natural partnership for the United Nations (UN) system, including UNESCO: sport and play are human rights that must be respected and enforced worldwide; sport has been increasingly recognized and used as a low-cost and high-impact tool in humanitarian, development and peace-building efforts, not only by the UN system but also by non-governmental organizations (NGOs), governments, development agencies, sports federations, armed forces and the media. (...) Report on the fight against discrimination and racism in football International Charter of Physical Education, Physical Activity and Sport Quality Physical Education   Message from the Director-General Resources All UNESCO Commemorations News 29 September 2020 African Youth Promoting Values of Sports during the COVID-19 Pandemic 18 June 2020 Any time is Sports Time: Online Campaign in Response to COVID-19 crisis 27 April 2020 Youth and Sport Webinar for Africa   1 of 2 next › all UNESCO applies a zero tolerance policy against all forms of harassment   WWW.UNESCO.ORG Disclaimer of use Access to Information Policy Privacy Policy UNESCO Name & Logo FAQ Environmental and Social Policies Protection of human rights : Procedure 104 Transparency Portal Scam alert Report fraud, abuse, misconduct © UNESCO 2021
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Score: 1025059.8 - https://en.unesco.org/commemorations/sportpeaceday/2018
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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: 1025045.7 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...get?open&DS=A/HRC/45/24&Lang=E
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Theme: International Day of Sport for Development and Peace (IDSDP) 2021 The International Day of Sport for Development and Peace 2021 there is an opportunity to recognize the role that sport plays in communities, in individuals’ lives, in building resilience and in the recovery from the pandemic through online and social media activity in the lead up to and on the Day. The Department of Global Communications, in collaboration with DESA, WHO and the co-chairs of the Group of Friends of Sport for Sustainable Development in New York – Qatar and Monaco – have developed social media and online messaging around the theme of recovery from the pandemic, the importance of equity in that recovery, and what is necessary to build back better for a more resilient and equitable world. (...) Sporting analogies, such as “achieving success through teamwork,” and “using a level playing field” can also be incorporated to deliver the important equity and resilience messaging, and sports personalities and organizations can help promote.
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Score: 1023802 - https://www.un.org/development/desa/dspd/2021/03/sportday/
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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: 1023757.4 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...DS=CAC/COSP/EG.1/2021/2&Lang=E
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The role of technology in advancing sport for development and peace | DISD Skip to Content Welcome to the United Nations Toggle navigation Department of Economic and Social Affairs Social Inclusion Search UN DESA Home About Us What We Do Meet our Director International Days Expert Group Meetings Social Development Briefs Resources Newsletters Careers *COVID-19 Policy Briefs SDGs Issues Ageing Cooperatives Disability Employment Family Indigenous Inequality Poverty Social Inclusion Sport Youth Publications Civil Society Capacity Development News Calendar Contact Us Home About Us What We Do Meet our Director International Days Expert Group Meetings Social Development Briefs Resources Newsletters Careers *COVID-19 Policy Briefs SDGs Issues Ageing Cooperatives Disability Employment Family Indigenous Inequality Poverty Social Inclusion Sport Youth Publications Civil Society Capacity Development News Calendar Contact Us Home The role of technology in advancing sport for development and peace The role of technology in advancing sport for development and peace 10 December 2020 The United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs, through its Division for Inclusive Social Development (DESA/DISD) has, since 2017, housed the substantive portfolio on sport for development and peace in the UN system. Guided by the UN Action Plan on Sport, UN DESA has been working to maximize the positive contributions of sport through its support for inter-governmental processes, research and thought leadership, capacity development work and partnerships. (...) The dialogue brought together stakeholders from different sectors with diverse backgrounds and experiences to share new research and good practices and to identify challenges, opportunities and policy recommendations on a key issue: the critical role that technology can play in advancing sport as an enabler of development and peace. This topic corresponds to General Assembly Resolution on Sport as an enable of sustainable development, which “invites Member States to work together with the United Nations system and other stakeholders to increase engagement and cooperation with one another to harness digital technology to advance sport as a tool to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals and, in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic and beyond, to support sport and physical activity at home, while broadening access to sport training and physical activity opportunities via online platforms.”
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Score: 1023252.5 - https://www.un.org/development...0/12/role-of-technology-sport/
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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: 1023022.7 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...pen&DS=A/CONF.223/INF/1&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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Score: 1022587.3 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...et?open&DS=CES/SEM.52/7&Lang=E
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Sports & Trade Roundtable | United Nations Economic Commission for Africa Skip to main content Trending Data on Women and Girls Takes Centre Stage as Representatives from 40 African Countries Convene in Nairobi for the Joint Africa Gender Statistics Conference ECA kicks off training on SDG monitoring tool in Botswana Finalists Announcement : Tech Africa Women Initiative Experts Deliberate on Greening MSMEs to Harness AfCFTA Benefits In Abuja, stakeholders gather to share experiences on the Integrated National Financing Framework (INFF) implementation Search form × English Français Toggle navigation Menu Home About Us Overview Commission Terms of Reference and Rules of Procedure Acting Executive Secretary Former Executive Secretaries Opportunities Vacancies Fellowship Procurement Expression of Interest Internship Programmes Our Experts Our Work Data and statistics African Institute for Economic Development and Planning (IDEP) Gender equality and the empowerment of women Macroeconomics and governance Poverty, Inequality and Social Policy Private sector development and finance Regional integration and trade Subregional activities for development Technology, climate change and natural resource management Strategic Directions Advocate Build Design Formulate Support Subregional Offices Central Africa Eastern Africa North Africa Southern Africa West Africa Knowledge Gateway Publications Africa UN Knowledge Hub for COVID-19 ECA Repository ASKIA Federated Search Engine ECA Research Guide Thematic Portals Data & Statistics Events Upcoming Events Main events Statutory Events Other Events Past Events Calendar of Conferences, Meetings and Events Media Centre Blogs Statements and Messages Podcasts Contact ECA You are here Home Home Sports & Trade Roundtable Share this: facebook twitter email print 29 April, 2021 Online | 16:00 to 18:00 EAT The United Nations Economic Commission for Africa (ECA) in collaboration with Africa Sports Unified (ASU) will be hosting an interactive online Roundtable focused on Sports, Trade & Advocacy within the African sports market. (...) Join us for an interactive discussion with leading trailblazers from Government, a leading Sports Academy and first of its kind Sports City. To join the event, please register here For more information:  https://mailchi.mp/6a82421ae711/sports-trade-advocacy-roundtable Podcast - Advocating AfCFTA through Sports, Integrating the continent Recent Stories ECA launches Programme of Work on Sport and Trade for the youth and people with...
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Score: 1022389.4 - https://www.uneca.org/node/2876
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Sports & Trade Roundtable | United Nations Economic Commission for Africa Skip to main content Trending Data on Women and Girls Takes Centre Stage as Representatives from 40 African Countries Convene in Nairobi for the Joint Africa Gender Statistics Conference ECA kicks off training on SDG monitoring tool in Botswana Finalists Announcement : Tech Africa Women Initiative Experts Deliberate on Greening MSMEs to Harness AfCFTA Benefits In Abuja, stakeholders gather to share experiences on the Integrated National Financing Framework (INFF) implementation Search form × English Français Toggle navigation Menu Home About Us Overview Commission Terms of Reference and Rules of Procedure Acting Executive Secretary Former Executive Secretaries Opportunities Vacancies Fellowship Procurement Expression of Interest Internship Programmes Our Experts Our Work Data and statistics African Institute for Economic Development and Planning (IDEP) Gender equality and the empowerment of women Macroeconomics and governance Poverty, Inequality and Social Policy Private sector development and finance Regional integration and trade Subregional activities for development Technology, climate change and natural resource management Strategic Directions Advocate Build Design Formulate Support Subregional Offices Central Africa Eastern Africa North Africa Southern Africa West Africa Knowledge Gateway Publications Africa UN Knowledge Hub for COVID-19 ECA Repository ASKIA Federated Search Engine ECA Research Guide Thematic Portals Data & Statistics Events Upcoming Events Main events Statutory Events Other Events Past Events Calendar of Conferences, Meetings and Events Media Centre Blogs Statements and Messages Podcasts Contact ECA You are here Home Home Sports & Trade Roundtable Share this: facebook twitter email print 29 April, 2021 Online | 16:00 to 18:00 EAT The United Nations Economic Commission for Africa (ECA) in collaboration with Africa Sports Unified (ASU) will be hosting an interactive online Roundtable focused on Sports, Trade & Advocacy within the African sports market. (...) Join us for an interactive discussion with leading trailblazers from Government, a leading Sports Academy and first of its kind Sports City. To join the event, please register here For more information:  https://mailchi.mp/6a82421ae711/sports-trade-advocacy-roundtable Podcast - Advocating AfCFTA through Sports, Integrating the continent Recent Stories ECA launches Programme of Work on Sport and Trade for the youth and people with...
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Score: 1022389.4 - https://www.uneca.org/events/a...re/sports-and-trade-roundtable
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