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DEVELOPMENTS REGARDING CRIME PREVENTION AND CRIMINAL JUSTICE AS A RESULT OF THE CORONAVIRUS DISEASE (COVID-19) PANDEMIC :WORKING PAPER / PREPARED BY THE SECRETARIAT
The Programme has used the period to refocus its efforts to: (a) tailor responses to the pandemic; (b) enhance multilingualism; and (c) continue the delivery of global activities through online means. 55. To mark International Day of Sport for Development and Peace, in April, “Sports challenge”, a social media campaign on sport as a tool to remain focused, positive and united, was launched in Uzbekistan. (...) The Programme has organized over 250 online activities that have reached nearly 100,000 people. The activities have included workshops with academics, online Model United Nations simulations, online training for primary school teachers and awareness-raising activities for higher academic institutions.
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INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION IN COMBATING TRANSNATIONAL ORGANIZED CRIME AND CORRUPTION : REPORT OF THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
A total of 230 active users of the portal responded to an online survey conducted by UNODC to assess the usefulness of the different sections of SHERLOC. (...) Discussions are ongoing with a number of sports organizations about further cooperation in addressing integrity and good governance in sport, with a focus on prevention, enforcement and education. (...) An updated list of competent authorities and government agencies is available from an online directory (www.unodc.org/compauth_uncac/en/index.html). 64.
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INTERNATIONAL YEAR OF YOUTH : DIALOGUE AND MUTUAL UNDERSTANDING :REPORT OF THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
In this context, as at 6 July 2011, Member States, civil society groups and United Nations entities have organized 354 events to mark the year, ranging from conferences, forums, camps, exhibitions, competitions (such as sports, writing, photography, art), film screenings, concerts and training workshops, to intergenerational conferences, model United Nations conferences, youth summits, festivals, online and offline courses on youth-related issues and community-service projects.4 These activities focused on key topics such as the environment, HIV and AIDS and youth participation and empowerment. 8. (...) In addition, a large-scale sporting event, “Building bridges for friendship”, was organized in Shenzhen. 12. (...) In Trinidad and Tobago, the Ministry of Sport and Youth Affairs ran programmes on environmental issues.
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Also developing a new online hub with information for parents to find our more so they have the confidence to talk to their children about online safety. 8 Role of parents 2012 consultation found that: Parents believe that they have the main responsibility for their children’s online safety Parents want help and support from industry and others. (...) Encouraging self-regulation has delivered significant achievements more quickly than legislation would (although future legislation is not ruled out) Department for Culture, Media & Sport According to FOSI, the most advanced of all Western nations in respects of online child safety and UKCCIS is widely regarded as a model approach to making the internet safer for children. Our self-regulatory, multi-stakeholder approach is responsive and has achieved significant progress through building consensus and drawing on a strong evidence base. 11 Future challenges International cooperation Staying ahead of emerging risks Giving parents the confidence to talk to their children Making sure industry behaves responsibly Giving children the skills and resilience to stay safe and happy online. Department for Culture, Media & Sport The internet is constantly evolving.
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It is in this spirit that UNESCO, for the fifth consecutive year, celebrates the International Day of Sport for Development and Peace on 6 April. Throughout the day, with our numerous partners, we will take part in a vast online mobilization in which everyone is invited to participate, especially via #IDSDP2018 and #Sport2030, and by sharing events and activities on platforms such as sportanddev.org. Together with the organization Peace and Sport, we encourage you to join the #whitecard campaign, to think up initiatives and to share them online at www.april6.org . The values of sport are the values of universality and harmony.
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Score: 967538.1 - https://en.unesco.org/commemor...tions/sportpeaceday/dg-message
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STATUS OF IMPLEMENTATION OF CONFERENCE RESOLUTIONS 7/5, ENTITLED “PROMOTING PREVENTIVE MEASURES AGAINST CORRUPTION”, AND 7/6, ENTITLED “FOLLOW-UP TO THE MARRAKECH DECLARATION ON THE PREVENTION OF CORRUPTION”
An updated list is available to competent authorities and government agencies from an online directory on the UNODC website (www.unodc.org/compauth_uncac/en/index.html). 2. (...) In addition, UNODC conducted a workshop on preventing corruption in sport for sport governance bodies, law enforcement officials and relevant stakeholders in Hanoi in August 2017. (...) A UNODC representative participated in the third LawInSport Annual Conference, entitled “Understand the rules of the game 2018”, contributing as a panellist on good governance and anti-corruption in sport. The conference, held in London in September 2017, involved over 250 leading sports lawyers, sports executives, academics, students and athletes, who networked and discussed the key issues and developments in international sports law. 84.
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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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SUMMARY RECORD OF THE 2412TH MEETING, HELD AT THE PALAIS DES NATIONS, GENEVA, ON MONDAY, 16 SEPTEMBER 2019 :COMMITTEE ON THE RIGHTS OF THE CHILD, 82ND SESSION
Sports, the assumption had been, could only be good; criticism had been viewed as tantamount to a desire to destroy the sports system. (...) Concussions were an additional threat to the well-being of children who played contact sports. Some children were even encouraged to drop out of school to focus on their sport. (...) Despite such steps, both States and sporting federations lacked solid frameworks for protecting and promoting the rights of children involved in sports.
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SPORT FOR DEVELOPMENT AND PEACE : MAINSTREAMING A VERSATILE INSTRUMENT :REPORT OF THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
The Ministry of Youth and Sports of Ghana has a policy to collaborate with sports federations, non-governmental and intergovernmental organizations and private sector sports academies to use sport for development and peace. (...) The Cyprus Sport Organization also initiated a study on leisure sport participation in Cyprus to identify the participation of Cypriots in mass sports and grass-roots sports. (...) The site serves as the online hub for the involvement of the United Nations system in sport for development and peace and is complemented by presences on social media sites (Facebook, Twitter, Flickr and YouTube). 37.
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REPORT OF THE ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL COUNCIL FOR 2019 (SUPPL. NO. 3)
Reaffirms that sport is an important enabler of sustainable development, and recognizes the growing contribution of sport to the realization of development, justice and peace through its promotion of tolerance and respect and the contributions it makes to the empowerment of women and of young people, individuals and communities, as well as to health, education and social inclusion objectives; 2. Invites Member States, entities of the United Nations system, the International Olympic Committee, the International Paralympic Committee and other stakeholders, including sports-related organizations, federations and associations, athletes, the media, civil society, academia and the private sector, to promote greater awareness and action to reduce crime so as to contribute to the implementation of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development 16 through sports-based initiatives, taking into account the importance of youth crime prevention and criminal justice and the risks to youth posed by corruption and crime in sport, and to use sport as a tool to promote peace, justice and dialogue during and beyond the period of the Olympic and Paralympic Games; 3. (...) Welcomes the work of the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime in the field of crime prevention and criminal justice, particularly its efforts to promote sport in the context of youth crime and drug abuse prevention as a vehicle for life-skills training, and its efforts to address the risk posed to youth by corruption and crime in sport, including through the development of tools and the provision of technical assistance in the context of the Global Programme for the Implementation of the Doha Declaration: Towards the Promotion of a Culture of Lawfulness, and the Global Programme on Safeguarding Sport from Corruption and Crime; 7.
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