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ITU Young Minds in Telecoms 2005 Finalists Français  |  Español   Print Version   Home : Office of the Secretary-General : CSD : Young Minds Programme A winner of the ITU young minds programme shares her story Svetlana Skvortsova, one of the two winners of the Young Minds in Telecom 2005, shares her experiences from the SPU internship   My name is Svetlana Skvortsova and I am a winner of 2005 Young Minds in Telecom competition. (...) At a time the market for traditional wireline and mobile telecom services is approaching saturation, communication between “things” opens a new world of commercial opportunities for vendors, operators and service providers.   (...) Svetlana Skvortsova, October 2005   International Telecommunication Union Young Minds Programme Strategy and Policy Unit Place des Nations CH-1211 Geneva Switzerland Tel.: +41 22 730 5203 Fax: +41 22 730 6453 E-mail: spumail (at) itu.int   << Back to main Young Minds page << Back to SPU home page   Top  -  Feedback  -  Contact Us  -  Copyright © ITU 2011  All Rights Reserved Contact for this page :  Strategy and Policy Unit Updated : 2011-04-04    
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Score: 746052.73 - https://www.itu.int/osg/spu/youngminds/experiences_2005.html
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Information and communication technologies are opening new worlds for expression and action. Social media are creating new platforms for participation and democracy. (...) UNESCO’s 1945 Constitution states “if wars start in the minds of men, it is in the minds of men that the defences of peace must be constructed.” (...) New horizons for human dignity are opening. In this International Youth Year, we salute these peaceful aspirations and we must rise to the expectations that drive them.
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Score: 743167.97 - https://www.un.org/en/events/peaceday/2011/pdf/211764e.pdf
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Search area has opened. Search Close Search UNICEF Fulltext search Max Press release Break the silence on mental health in Thailand with UNICEF’s Every Day is Mind Day UNICEF launches a nationwide campaign to normalize and address mental health challenges with young people and caregivers. 25 October 2021 UNICEF Thailand Available in: English ไทย BANGKOK, October 25, 2021 – UNICEF is launching its Every Day is Mind Day campaign nationwide to normalize conversations about mental health for young people aged 10-24 and caregivers in Thailand. (...) "Our campaign Every Day is Mind Day is an opportunity for young people and caregivers to talk openly, learn how to cope and get professional help as well as support their loved ones – because mental health is just as critical as physical health.” (...) Follow UNICEF on Twitter and Facebook Related topics Mental health Thailand More to explore Press release 08 October 2021 COVID-19 pandemic continues to drive poor mental health among children and young people Visit the page Press release 04 March 2021 At least 1 in 7 children and young people globally has lived under stay-at-home policies for most of the last year, putting mental health and well-being at risk Visit the page Article Five opportunities for children we must seize now An open letter on why I believe we can reimagine a better post-COVID world for every child Read the story Footer Main page What we do Research and reports Stories Take action Press centre About us Our targets 2021 UNICEF Thailand Representative Goodwill Ambassador and Friends of UNICEF Programme partners Corporate engagement Take action Volunteer with I Am UNICEF Become a donor Job vacancies Young People Advisory Board (YPAB) UNICEF NextGen Subscribe for newsletter Donate Social Footer Secondary Contact us Legal Footer tertiary Report fraud, abuse, wrongdoing
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Score: 741852.4 - https://www.unicef.org/thailan...and-unicefs-every-day-mind-day
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All videos The next normal Short version Disasters and emergencies do not just throw light on the world as it is. They also rip open the fabric of normality. Through the hole that opens up, we glimpse possibilities of other worlds. (...) Since wars begin in the minds of men and women, it is in the minds of men and women that a better world must be constructed, argued the Organization’s founders. (...) The campaign is part of a wider effort by UNESCO to reflect on the world to come, notably through the UNESCO forum initiative, a laboratory of ideas bringing together prominent thinkers, the Resiliart movement, a series of panel debates on the future of culture and the cultural industries, the Futures Literacy Network, as well as the Futures of education programme and the global recommendations for open science and the ethics of artificial Intelligence.
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Score: 741454.64 - https://en.unesco.org/news/unescos-next-normal-campaign
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021002ED Page 337  1                          Wednesday, 2 October 2002  2                          [Rule 62 bis Hearing]  3                          [Open session]  4                          [The accused appeared via videolink]  5                          --- Upon commencing at 3.00 p.m.  6            JUDGE MAY:  Yes, let the registrar call the case.  7            THE REGISTRAR:  Good afternoon, Your Honours.  (...) I have in mind statements from witnesses and 12    the like, could be produced to the Tribunal in written form.  (...) Pursuant to Rule 62  7    ter (C), the plea agreement is required to be disclosed in open session,  8    and therefore we would request that the seal be lifted on the plea  9    agreement only. 10   (redacted) 11   (redacted) 12   (redacted) 13   (redacted) 14   (redacted) 15                          [Open session] 16            JUDGE MAY:  Very well. 
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Score: 737572.3 - https://www.icty.org/x/cases/plavsic/trans/en/021002ED.htm
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ITU Young Minds in Telecoms Competition Français  |  Español   Print Version   Home : Office of the Secretary-General : CSD : Young Minds Programme THE ITU YOUNG MINDS PROGRAMME 2005-2007 The ITU Corporate Strategy Division's Young Minds in Telecoms competition, which ran from 2005 to 2007, was open to graduate students and recent graduates in economics, political science, law, literature, telecommunications, computer science, information systems and related fields. The objective of the ITU Young Minds Programme was to give young people valuable exposure to the international telecommunication environment and to the work of the ITU. (...) Announcing the 2007 ITU Young Minds Winner Stelios Papadakis (Mozambique) Read Essay: Technological convergence: Opportunities and Challenges Read the runner-up essays for 2007 The 2006 ITU Young Minds Winners   Chin Yung Lu (Hong Kong SAR, People's Republic of China) Read Essay: Key opportunities and threats raised by the growing use of Services over IP such as VoIP and IP-TV   My name is Chin Yung Lu and I am a winner of the ITU Young Minds Competition 2006.
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Score: 736494.63 - https://www.itu.int/osg/spu/youngminds/
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I believe they would view this openness and willingness to cooperate across languages, cultures, races, and nationalities with pride and approval. (...) In fact, tolerance is a frame of mind that can positively shape all of our social interactions. (...) My hope is that good women and men from all nations continue to strive every day to become more open-minded and more willing to learn from the people around them.
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Score: 736477.3 - https://en.unesco.org/events/f...ions-unesco-s-70th-anniversary
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ICT FOR ECONOMIC RECOVERY AND SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT As the thematic underpinning of the entire event, Open Networks - Connected Minds sets the aspirational ambitions of WORLD 2009. Linking the concepts open and connected convey diversity in ap-proaches to innovation, problem solving, collaboration and co-operation across all stakeholders. And particularly in these times of economic strain and complexity, these notions of openness and connection are more than a reference to technical stand-ards, and focus most importantly on the modes of dialogue that bring peoples of the world together.
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One beat at a time | 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 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 Blog post One beat at a time An aspiring rapper’s journey from uncertainty to hope Youssouf Konate, aka MC-Yool-B Youssouf Konate 03 April 2019 My name is Youssouf and I live for music. Rhythm and rhymes just pop into my mind, and it seems my ideas often present themselves as lyrics. (...) But I knew I made it to a more open-minded world. It was like being born a second time, Even though I felt so afraid.
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Score: 735409.9 - https://www.unicef.org/eca/our-voices/one-beat-time
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(...) Since wars begin in the minds of men and women, it is in the minds of men and women that the defences of peace must be constructed. (...) Global  citizenship ,  the  value  of  sport  and  civic  spaces  for  open  and  inclusive dialogue are essential elements for the younger generations to open up an inclusive dialogue.
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Score: 734920.6 - https://en.unesco.org/news/global-call-against-racism
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