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This closing plenary session will be a momentous occasion of inspiring calls to action, rallying cries from renowned activists and highlights of key opportunities for all Festival goers to engage, act and catalyse their own SDG Description:  Time to act! (...) Part 1: Your voice counts The session will open with a performance of 'I NEED AIR' by the Bonn Opera Choir amd SAVE THE WORLD Theatre group, setting the stage for an inspirational address from an Amazon activist. (...) The session will draw to a close with concluding remarks, and festival-goers will be sent off with an inspiring audio and visual performance.
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This closing plenary session will be a momentous occasion of inspiring calls to action, rallying cries from renowned activists and highlights of key opportunities for all Festival goers to engage, act and catalyse their own SDG Description:  Time to act! (...) Part 1: Your voice counts The session will open with a performance of 'I NEED AIR' by the Bonn Opera Choir amd SAVE THE WORLD Theatre group, setting the stage for an inspirational address from an Amazon activist. (...) The session will draw to a close with concluding remarks, and festival-goers will be sent off with an inspiring audio and visual performance.
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Score: 2222936 - https://media.un.org/en/node/178015
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Entirely new theatrical genres were intro- duced, such as opera and ballet, and new kinds of theatrical organizations and schools were 786 ISBN 92-3-103985-7 The Soviet period opened. (...) From the mid-1930s to the early 1940s, European theatrical genres began to incor- porate local literary and folkloric traditions and theatre-goers could visit both Russian- language and local-language performances. During this period, each of the Central Asian republics had its first ‘national’ operas and ballets performed. The earliest national opera was the Kazakh Kyz-Jibek (1934) and the earliest national ballet was the Uzbek Pakhta (1933).
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The Refugee Food Festival captivated restaurant goers in Copenhagen – UNHCR Northern Europe Donate Menu Search Nordic and Baltic Countries Menu Go to country site: Danmark Eesti Regional site Suomi Island Lietuva Latvija Norge Sverige Select a language for our global site: English Français Español عربي Select a country site: Select a country site: Africa (English) Asia Pacific (English) Australia (English) Austria | Österreich (Deutsch) Belarus (English) Belarus | Беларусь (Русский) Belgium | Belgique (Français) Belgium | België (Nederlands) Brazil | Brasil (Português) Bulgaria | България (българин ) Canada (English) Canada (Français) Central Asia (English) Central Asia | Центральная Азия (Русский) Central Europe (English) China (中文) Croatia | Hrvatska (Hrvatski) Cyprus (English) Czech Republic | Česká republika (Čeština) Denmark | Danmark (Dansk) Egypt (English) Estonia (Eesti) Finland | Suomi (Suomi) France (Français) Germany | Deutschland (Deutsch) Ghana (English) Greece | Ελλάδα (ελληνικά) Hong Kong SAR (English) Hong Kong SAR | 香港特別行政區 (繁體中文) Hungary | Magyarország (Magyar) Iceland | Ísland (Íslenska) India (English) Indonesia (English) Indonesia (Indonesian) Iran (English) Iran (فارسی) Ireland (English) Israel (English) Israel | ישראל) עברית) Italy | Italia (Italiano) Japan | 日本 (日本語) Jordan (English) Jordan | لعربية) الأردن) Kenya (English) Korea, Republic of | 한국 (한국어) Latvia | Latvija (Latviešu) Lebanon (English) Lithuania | Lietuva (Lietuvių) Luxembourg (Français) Luxembourg (Nederlands) Malaysia (English) Malta (English) Mexico | México (Español) Moldova (Romanian) Netherlands | Netherland (Nederlands) Nigeria (English) Nordic and Baltic Countries (English) Norway | Norge (Norsk Bokmål) Pakistan (English) Philippines (English) Poland | Polska (Polski) Qatar (English) Qatar (عربي) Romania | România (Romanian) Russia | Россия (Русский) Rwanda (English) Saudi Arabia (عربي) Serbia | Србија (српски) Slovakia | Slovensko (Slovenčina) Slovenia | Slovenija (Slovenščina) South Eastern Europe (English) Spain | España (Español) Sri Lanka (English) Sweden | Sverige (Svenska) Switzerland | Schweiz (Deutsch) Switzerland | Suisse (Français) Syrian Arab Republic (English) Thailand (English) Thailand | ไทย (ไทย) Turkey | Türkiye (Türkçe) Ukraine (English) Ukraine | Україна (Українська) United Kingdom (English) United States (English) Donate Data and Resources Employment Get Help Share Country Sites UNHCR Danmark UNHCR Eesti UNHCR Suomi UNHCR Ísland UNHCR Latvija UNHCR Lietuva UNHCR Norge UNHCR Sverige Our work Community sponsorship programmes Family Reunification Global Compact on Refugees Integration Resettlement Statelessness The Sustainable Development Goals News Government Donor Denmark as a Donor Estonia as a Donor Finland as a Donor Iceland as a Donor Latvia as a Donor Lithuania as a Donor Norway as a Donor Sweden as a Donor Contact us Information for refugees and asylum-seekers Media Contacts Employment Search UNHCR Search UNHCR Close Search   Home The Refugee Food Festival captivated restaurant goers in Copenhagen For the past four years, restaurants around the world have opened their kitchens to refugee chefs during the Refugee Food Festival, and this year, the festival reached the Danish capital. (...) ©Hannah Kraus By Elisabeth Arnsdorf Haslund in Copenhagen  |  07.08.2019 Tables were sold out when the Refugee Food Festival made its debut in Copenhagen, offering restaurant goers an array of flavors and gastronomic innovations designed by chefs with refugee backgrounds. 
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. • 47 percent of DCL work excessive hours, over 16 hours in the case of school goers and 14 hours for non‐school goers.5 • 79 of every 100 DCL work until or beyond nine at night, meaning the majority work at night. • Seven percent of DCL are employed before the age of 10.
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