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How to talk to your children about conflict and war | UNICEF Europe and Central Asia Skip to main content Europe and Central Asia Toggle navigation English русский Global Links Visit UNICEF Global High contrast Europe and Central Asia EXPLORE UNICEF About us Our mandate Regional Director The situation for children Where we work Our voices: Young people from the region Ambassadors and supporters Partners Press centre Donate Main navigation What we do Research and reports Stories Take action Search area has closed. Search area has opened. Search Close Search UNICEF Fulltext search Max Article How to talk to your children about conflict and war 8 tips to support and comfort your children. (...) With younger children, drawing, stories and other activities may help to open up a discussion. Kids can discover the news in many ways, so it’s important to check in on what they’re seeing and hearing. (...) Read the story Article Opening up about mental health Child protection worker from Albania helps families cope with psychosocial distress Read the story Statement 28 February 2022 Statement by UNICEF Executive Director Catherine Russell calling for a suspension of hostilities to carry out urgent humanitarian action in Ukraine Read now Footer UNICEF Home What we do Situation for children Where we work Data, Research and Reports Publications Partners Ambassadors and Supporters Become a donor Social Footer Secondary Contact us Legal Footer tertiary Report fraud, abuse, wrongdoing
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Score: 686770.2 - https://www.unicef.org/eca/sto...hildren-about-conflict-and-war
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Climate Change and Sustainable Development: Climate Change and Sustainable Development An international workshop to strengthen research and understanding CCoo--oorrggaanniizzeedd bbyy tthhee:: TThhee MMiinniissttrryy ooff EEnnvviirroonnmmeenntt aanndd FFoorreessttss,, GGoovvtt.. ooff IInnddiiaa,, UUnniitteedd NNaattiioonnss DDeeppaarrttmmeenntt ooff EEccoonnoommiicc aanndd SSoocciiaall AAffffaaiirrss ((UUNNDDEESSAA)) aanndd TThhee EEnneerrggyy aanndd RReessoouurrcceess IInnssttiittuuttee ((TTEERRII)) 7-8 April 2006 New Delhi, India Venue: Magnolia Hall, India Habitat Centre, New Delhi DAY 1- FRIDAY, 7 APRIL 9:30-10.00 REGISTRATION OPENING SESSION 10:00-10:05 WELCOME ADDRESS Dr. R. (...) Kui-Nang Mak, Chief, Energy and Transport Branch/DESA DEFINING OPTIONS FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT PATHS Dr. Mohan Munasinghe, MIND INTEGRATING CLIMATE CHANGE CONCERNS – COUNTRY/REGIONAL CASE STUDIES Dr. (...) Venue: Magnolia Hall, India Habitat Centre, New Delhi Day 1- Friday, 7 April Opening Session Session 1: key elements of the climate change-sustainable development nexus (10:30 am- 11:30 am) Session 2: Impacts of climate change on sustainable DEVELOPMENT (11:45am- 13:00 pm) Chair: Dr.
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Score: 686500.63 - https://www.un.org/esa/sustdev...orkshop/workshop_programme.pdf
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We want to have, indeed, we need to have, an open, transparent and inclusive process, with nothing new or novel, nothing untried, nothing untested or nothing unfamiliar. (...) However, let me just emphasize that after the formal opening of the Conference on the afternoon of Tuesday 13 December, we will move quickly to the business session of the conference at which we will need to adopt an agenda and agree on the organization of work. (...) I also have in mind the need for some flexibility in the organization of work as negotiations evolve during the conference.
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Score: 686500.63 - https://www.wto.org/spanish/ne...ews05_s/stat_tsang_dec05_s.htm
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Microsoft PowerPoint - Fiddaman UNECE Regional Forum for Women Entrepreneurs Andrew Fiddaman Enterprise & entrepreneurship • Increasing importance to governments • Major development challenge within UN • Create employment • Ease social pressures • Improve economic and social prospects • Improve regional and international trade Need for entrepreneurs • Engines of economic growth • SMEs are fastest growing businesses • Create most new jobs • Innovators and inventors • Create technological change • Often drive social change Global manager • Must be flexible • Must have an open mind • Must be a team builder • Must be culturally aware • Must be patient • Must be able to communicate Entrepreneurial qualities • Determined • Able to motivate people • Capacity for hard work • Flair • Lateral thinking • Imagination Entrepreneurs require • Different attitudes as well as skills • The ability to create and translate ideas into events or action • Timely knowledge and strong networking skills Prescription for success • Passion • Intelligence and clarity of thinking • Great communication skills • High energy level • Positive attitude Strengthening entrepreneurs • Build local, regional and international networks • Share information and ideas • Promote entrepreneurship • Demonstrate your success • Consider developing business incubators Strength of networks • Provide business links • Opportunity to share ideas and exchange information • Provide entry to new markets • Strengthen role as advocates • Increase influence A good incubator • Quick and easy access to support • Flexible leases • Like-minded people • Access to high-speed network connections • Room for expansion • The right location for your business • The right impression for clients 6 strengths of incubation • Achieve higher survival rate • Encourage faster growth • Help identify investment opportunities • Help create new businesses and jobs • Facilitate commercialisation of ideas • Tackle economic development issues Developing young entrepreneurs • Youth Business International • Active in 30 countries • Aimed at unemployed and underemployed young people • Providing mentors • Providing access to seed funding Think like an entrepreneur • Research your sector • Be innovative about financing • Be prepared to take risks • Be flexible and capitalise on opportunities • Never be off duty • Use all types of networks • Ask for all the help you can get • Take a long term view • Remember why you started your own business • Have fun andrew.fiddaman@iblf.org www.iblf.org
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Score: 686180.03 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DA...nterp/women/documents/fid2.pdf
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BELARUS B E L A R U S Please check against delivery UNITED NATIONS GENERAL ASSEMBLY Open Working Group on Sustainable Development Goals Sixth session New York, 3 February 2014 STATEMENT by Mr. (...) Nonetheless, Belarus and Serbia remain open to review options that favor a stand-alone goal for biodiversity itself with appropriate targets for its various components. (...) When people talk about inequality, they mainly have in mind economic inequality. Economic inequality is one of the largest single challenges of our time, the greatest paradox, if you will.
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Score: 682806.25 - https://sdgs.un.org/sites/defa...les/statements/6325belarus.pdf
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And this had made some reluctant to even consider further trade opening in the WTO Doha Round. Though Aid for Trade is not part of this Round — the so-called “Single Undertaking” — it will be critical to maximizing a successful outcome for many country. (...) By focusing on the policies, institutions and infrastructure that developing countries need to benefit from trade opening — and globalization — Aid for Trade had focused new attention on the growth and competitiveness agenda — of which trade is a central part. (...) As expressed by African finance ministers meeting in Addis early this month, trade opening, investment, and development assistance as interlocking pieces of a broader pro-growth strategy — whose overall objective is to raise living standards and reducing poverty.
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Score: 682724.7 - https://www.wto.org/english/news_e/sppl_e/sppl60_e.htm
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.” | UNICEF Bhutan Skip to main content Bhutan Toggle navigation Global Links Visit UNICEF Global High contrast Bhutan Explore UNICEF About us Work with us Contact us Press centre Main navigation What we do Research and reports Stories Take action Search area has closed. Search area has opened. Search Close Search UNICEF Fulltext search Max Article “There are so many things to look forward to in life.” (...) Only then following a series of counselling sessions was she able to open up and speak about what was on her mind. It was 2016. (...) You can call and talk to someone — without judgement — about what’s on your mind. Call 17861294; 17609443; 17751625; 77258332 or contact the Sherig Counselling Facebook page   Related topics Mental health Psychosocial support COVID-19 Bhutan More to explore Article Promoting mental health deserves our undivided attention A joint Op-Ed Read the story Article Empowering the custodians of WASH services To maintain and operate WASH facilities at monastic institutions.
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Score: 681929.6 - https://www.unicef.org/bhutan/...-many-things-look-forward-life
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The practice of periodically convening meetings of the Bureau of the Commission open to the participation of all interested States should be encouraged and consolidated. 4. (...) The Bureau should convene meetings open to the participation of all interested States to ensure a broad base of participation. 8. (...) II, paras. 70-78. -10- system, to identify emerging issues, trends and new approaches affecting the situation of women or equality between women and men, and to review and appraise progress achieved and problems encountered in implementation of critical areas of concern in the Platform for Action: (a) Should strengthen its cooperation with other relevant bodies of the United Nations system, including other functional commissions and their respective secretariats; (b) Should monitor progress on the system-wide medium-term plan for the advancement of women; (c) Should make relevant documents available, through the Economic and Social Council, to other functional commissions and relevant United Nations expert bodies and mechanisms in order to assist in the integration of a gender perspective in their work; (d) Notes, bearing in mind the role of the Economic and Social Council in overall coordination, that increased dialogue between the Bureau of the Commission on the Status of Women and the Economic and Social Council, the chairpersons and secretariats, as appropriate, of the other functional commissions, other subsidiary bodies and related bodies, including the relevant executive boards, would assist in identifying issues that could be addressed under the agenda item on emerging issues and trends; (e) Encourages the voluntary presentation of national information and suggests that such information should address the priority issues identified by the Commission on the Status of Women in its programme of work, bearing in mind that Governments are to develop comprehensive implementation strategies or national plans of action, including time-bound targets and benchmarks for monitoring, in order to implement the Platform for Action fully; (f) Encourages States to submit national reports by the year 2000 for the comprehensive quinquennial review and appraisal of the implementation of the Platform for Action in the year 2000. -11-
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Score: 681929.6 - https://www.un.org/womenwatch/daw/csw/AC-1996-1.pdf
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I intend to continue the IGN in the 70th session with this in mind, placing the positions and proposals of Member States in the centre of our discussions. (...) The meeting will be focused on the key issue of the relationship between the Council and the General Assembly with the aim of identifying areas of convergence between the positions and proposals of Member States on that particular key issue. With the same aim in mind, subsequent meetings will focus on the other key issues beginning with the size of an enlarged Security Council and working methods of the Council. (...) I would like to emphasise that my door always remains open. I strongly encourage Member States and groups of States to be proactive in reaching out to me to discuss any and all issues related to the IGN, while also reaching out to each other in preparation for a substantive and interactive engagement within the framework of the IGN.
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Score: 681438.3 - https://www.un.org/pga/70/wp-c...il-Reform-14-December-2015.pdf
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Generation Unlimited Youth Challenge 2020 - Zimbabwe | UNICEF Zimbabwe Skip to main content Zimbabwe Toggle navigation Global Links Visit UNICEF Global High contrast Zimbabwe EXPLORE UNICEF About Us Children in Zimbabwe Partners Representation Work for us Contact Us Press Centre Donate Main navigation What We Do Research and Reports Stories Take Action Search area has closed. Search area has opened. Search Close Search UNICEF Fulltext search Max Page Generation Unlimited Youth Challenge 2020 - Zimbabwe We are bringing together bright young minds to tackle some of the biggest challenges facing their generation. (...) Visit the page Article Bright young minds have what it takes to change the world. These bright young minds have what it takes to change the world.
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Score: 681438.3 - https://www.unicef.org/zimbabwe/GenU2020
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