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As Champions for Peace we need to keep moving and keep our spirit. © Peace and Sport You are one of the Champions for Peace for Peace and Sport . (...) One of my dreams is to teach young people what the meaning of sport is. I love the culture of Chinese and Japanese sports. (...) She is a member of the IOC Athletes Commission, a teacher assistant in the Arab Academy for Science, Technology and Maritime Transport. News & Views Online About Latest Issue News & Views Online Archives Subscribe Our Team copy_of_draft_2_7.png Download × Aya Medany: sport as a tool for social change Download:  Sorry, this article is not downloadable Nous sommes désolés, cet article ne peut être téléchargé Lo sentimos, este artículo no se puede descargar Close Subscribe × Aya Medany: sport as a tool for social change Subscribe to our mailing list * indicates required Email Address * First Name Last Name Languages English Français Español Русский 中文 العربية Portuguese Email Format html text Close 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: 1018094 - https://en.unesco.org/courier/...edany-sport-tool-social-change
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The Flagship, led by UNESCO’s Social and Human Sciences Programme, has five interlinked objectives  : Increase grassroots participation in sport and quality PE to reduce inactivity and chronic disease (physical and mental) Support the development of quality and inclusive sport policies which drive health, education and equality outcomes Use values education through sport to empower young people , promote equality and build socio-emotional resilience Support teachers and coaches to deliver quality, student-centred sport education curricula Build evidence to support targeted investments in sport as an accelerator of COVID-19 recovery By strengthening inter-sectoral cooperation, increasing grassroots participation in sport and documenting intervention impact, Fit for Life will drive the behaviourial and systems level change needed to build back better. (...) Events 15 November 2021 Paris, France Official launch of the new sport flagship: "Fit for Life" COVID recovery: sport education as a high-yield investment Integrated sport education interventions provide productive pathways for societies to rebuild and recover, and for young people to build resilience and skills, such as leadership, communication, team-building, problem-solving and critical thinking. (...) Partnership compact At the international level, the Fit for Life partnership compact will spearhead the: establishment of a unique global dataset on sport policy and practice development of global standards on integrated policy and programming in sport, education and health roll-out of evidence-based advocacy campaigns, publications and events on the power of sport to build individual and social capital design and launch of Fit for Life’s digital infrastructure including website, data acquisition software and online resource library Through the champion country change programme, Fit for Life will: engage young people in schools, universities and communities through values-based sport and physical education designed to empower, build skills and enhance resilience review and revise national curricula frameworks to mainstream sport values education, build soft skills and embed quality PE support governments to develop quality and inclusive sport policy that combine outcomes across sport, education, health, youth and equality sectors equip educators to deliver Fit for Life resources in school, university and community settings Integrated framework to amplify impact Fit for Life will advance the delivery of multiple international development frameworks across sport, education, health, youth and equality sectors, including: Sustainable Development Goals 3, 4, 5, 8, 10 and 17 UNESCO’s Kazan Action Plan Education 2030: Incheon Declaration and Framework of Action WHO’s Global Action Plan on Physical Activity UN Women’s Generation Equality Framework UN Youth 2030 ILO’s Global Alliance for Employability Skills through Sport How can YOU get involved?
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Score: 1017278.5 - https://en.unesco.org/themes/s...ort-and-anti-doping/fitforlife
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UNESCO, as the United Nations’ lead agency for physical education and sport, promotes the educational, cultural and social dimensions of sport and physical education.  (...) The Power of Physical Education and Sport Sport and SDGs: Kazan Action Plan Intergovernmental Committee for Physical Education and Sport (CIGEPS) International Charter of Physical Education, Physical Activity and Sport World Conference of Physical Education and Sport Ministers (MINEPS) Sport-Education Partnership Traditional Sports and Games Women and Sport Youth and Sport Fit for Life : using sport to drive health, education and equality outcomes Fit for Life is UNESCO's sport-based flagship designed to accelerate COVID-19 recovery, support inclusive and integrated policy-making, and enhance the wellbeing of youth around the world. (...) Events More 15 November 2021 Paris, France Official launch of the new sport flagship: "Fit for Life" 15 June 2021 Moscow, Russian Federation Third meeting of the Approval Committee of the Fund for the Elimination of Doping in Sport 26 May 2021 Online, Lebanon Traditional Pharmacopoeia/medicine, sport values and COVID-19: a Regional Perspective International Day of Sport for Development and Peace International Day of University Sport Publications More 09 April 2021 Quality Physical Education Policy... 24 March 2021 Making the case for inclusive quality... 24 March 2021 How to influence the development of... 09 October 2020 Sport in the time of pandemic.
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Score: 1016991 - https://en.unesco.org/themes/sport-and-anti-doping
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All of these resources are now online and are accessible to anyone with an internet connection. (...) Teacher training has also moved online. Teacher training is also going online during school closures. In conjunction with the National Institute for Training Teachers and Educational Professionals (INFODEPE), the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sport and UNICEF are conducting online training on how to use the learning platforms and materials for teaches across Timor-Leste. 
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Score: 1016908.4 - https://www.unicef.org/timorle...-continue-learning-timor-leste
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We will be using the values of sport to help us get through this difficult time, together.” (...) The Youth and Sport Task Force represent creative, passionate and innovative young leaders across Asia and the Pacific who use sport as a tool for positive social change in their communities. (...) Be very active on the available online platforms and use the available information technologies to continue communicating, planning, exchanging ideas, organizing online mutual activities, etc.
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Score: 1015782.6 - https://en.unesco.org/news/how...e-cope-covid-19-southeast-asia
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1 Human Rights of Youth: Working with and for youth in vulnerable situations including conflict, violence and insecurity Youth Consultations | Uzbekistan Report Dates: The consultation was launched with an online questionnaire to participants on 20 May, followed by two in-person sessions, held in Samarkand, Uzbekistan on 26 and 27 May. (...) Working languages: Uzbek, Russian and sign language Human rights barriers and obstacles for youth and the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic Right to education and cultural rights  Restriction of access to formal education due to the transfer of schools, colleges and universities to online learning. The low quality of the Internet, coupled with its high cost, led to the exclusion of some young people from the formal education process  The lack of technical equipment necessary for online learning (computer, telephone, Internet), especially in the regions of the country, has had a negative impact on young people's access to education  As a result of the pandemic, most of the language and other courses in the country have been closed and only a small part has been transferred online.  The closure of borders has resulted in the restriction of the right of young people to receive education outside of Uzbekistan. Many young people were forced to return.  The transition to online has led to a shortage of teaching staff, as not all teachers were willing and/or able to use technology to work online.
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Score: 1015310.3 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...h-Consultations-Uzbekistan.pdf
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New technologies and Internet are giving unprecedented chances to ISIS and other terrorist groups to win minds of people online without any big efforts. In this context, we need to reinforce our efforts to counter these challenges and take united actions to defeat online propaganda and recruitment. (...) When they feel excluded, sport can help them to reunite to their classmates or friends. Sport is a teamwork, and it teaches young people to have a feeling of serving to bigger goals.
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Score: 1014960.3 - https://www.un.org/counterterr...lpon_orozobekova_statement.pdf
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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: 1014553.9 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...sf/get?open&DS=A/76/122&Lang=E
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This will be the first time in history that Peru will host the competition, with close to 10,000 athletes from 41 national sports teams across the American continent competing in 39 sports and 62 disciplines. (...) This will be the first time in history that Peru will host the competition, with close to 10,000 athletes from 41 national sports teams across the American continent competing in 39 sports and 62 disciplines. The competitions will take place from 26 July to 11 August 2019 (Pan American Games) and from 23 August to 1 September 2019 (Parapan American Games) in various venues: Lima (Metropolitan and province), Callao and Ica. 31 January 2019 News facebook twitter linkedin youtube-play instagram flickr Main navigation Become a UN Volunteer Unified Conditions of Service Volunteer abroad Volunteer in your country Volunteer online Frequently Asked Questions Engage a UN Volunteer UN Partner Toolkit Request UN Volunteers United Nations partners UNV funding partners Sponsor UN Volunteers UNV and the private sector Volunteerism State of the World's Volunteerism Volunteerism and the Global Goals Knowledge Portal on Volunteerism Plan of Action 2016-2030 Our campaigns International Volunteer Day 2021 About UNV Who we are Our mission: Mobilize volunteers Our mission: Promote volunteerism Publications database Employment & internships Procurement information Scam alert Contact us Reports Annual Report 2020 Annual Report 2019 Annual Report 2018 Our legacy A short history of UNV UNV at 50 UNV alumni Regional offices Regional offices Europe and the CIS Asia and the Pacific Latin America and the Caribbean Arab States East and Southern Africa West and Central Africa My UNV Profile UNV eCampus This website benefits from the continuous support of Online Volunteers.
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Score: 1013897.2 - https://www.unv.org/taxonomy/term/3887
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This will be the first time in history that Peru will host the competition, with close to 10,000 athletes from 41 national sports teams across the American continent competing in 39 sports and 62 disciplines. (...) This will be the first time in history that Peru will host the competition, with close to 10,000 athletes from 41 national sports teams across the American continent competing in 39 sports and 62 disciplines. The competitions will take place from 26 July to 11 August 2019 (Pan American Games) and from 23 August to 1 September 2019 (Parapan American Games) in various venues: Lima (Metropolitan and province), Callao and Ica. 31 January 2019 News facebook twitter linkedin youtube-play instagram flickr Main navigation Become a UN Volunteer How to register in our Talent Pool Unified Conditions of Service Volunteer abroad Volunteer in your country Volunteer online Frequently Asked Questions Engage a UN Volunteer COVID-19 pandemic response UN Partner Toolkit Request UN Volunteers United Nations partners UNV funding partners Sponsor UN Volunteers UNV and the private sector Volunteerism State of the World's Volunteerism Volunteerism and the Global Goals Knowledge Portal on Volunteerism Plan of Action 2016-2030 International Volunteer Day About UNV Who we are Our mission: Mobilize volunteers Our mission: Promote volunteerism Publications database Employment & internships Procurement information Scam alert Contact us Reports Annual Report 2021 Annual Report 2020 Annual Report 2019 Our legacy A short history of UNV UNV at 50 UNV alumni Regional offices Regional offices Europe and the CIS Asia and the Pacific Latin America and the Caribbean Arab States East and Southern Africa West and Central Africa My UNV Profile UNV eCampus This website benefits from the continuous support of Online Volunteers.
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Score: 1013897.2 - https://www.unv.org/tags/juegos-panamericanos
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