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The collection of perspectives and ideas from a broad range of people across the globe is essential, that is why UNESCO has launched different engagement modalities. (...) First video invites viewers to think about what things are best learned in school alongside teachers and other students. Key Message What needs to be learned at schools with teachers and other students? (...) This includes our education systems — where how people learn, where people learn and even what people learn has changed for students almost everywhere around the globe.
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Score: 890932.6 - https://en.unesco.org/futureso...-%20Social%20Media%20Pack.docx
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The event was attended by more than 200 students from ten high schools. In a presentation to the students, UNIC Lagos explained the significance of the 2017 theme, “Remember Slavery: Recognising the Legacy and Contributions of People of African Descent”. (...) The presentations focused on the 2017 theme, “Remember Slavery: Recognising the Legacy and Contributions of People of African Descent”.   Approximately 2,000 students and teachers participated in these sessions.  (...) Yaoundé, Cameroon Photo: “Remember Slavery” poster exhibit in Cameroon (UNIC Yaoundé) On 24 March, UNIC Yaoundé held an educational talk for more than 175 students from La Gaieté International School Complex on the theme “Remember Slavery: Recognising the Legacy and Contributions of People of African Descent”.
Language:English
Score: 890830.2 - https://www.un.org/en/rememberslavery/unics/
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The event was attended by more than 200 students from ten high schools. In a presentation to the students, UNIC Lagos explained the significance of the 2017 theme, “Remember Slavery: Recognising the Legacy and Contributions of People of African Descent”. (...) The presentations focused on the 2017 theme, “Remember Slavery: Recognising the Legacy and Contributions of People of African Descent”.   Approximately 2,000 students and teachers participated in these sessions.  (...) Yaoundé, Cameroon Photo: “Remember Slavery” poster exhibit in Cameroon (UNIC Yaoundé) On 24 March, UNIC Yaoundé held an educational talk for more than 175 students from La Gaieté International School Complex on the theme “Remember Slavery: Recognising the Legacy and Contributions of People of African Descent”.
Language:English
Score: 890830.2 - https://www.un.org/en/node/136259
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The event was attended by more than 200 students from ten high schools. In a presentation to the students, UNIC Lagos explained the significance of the 2017 theme, “Remember Slavery: Recognising the Legacy and Contributions of People of African Descent”. (...) The presentations focused on the 2017 theme, “Remember Slavery: Recognising the Legacy and Contributions of People of African Descent”.   Approximately 2,000 students and teachers participated in these sessions.  (...) Yaoundé, Cameroon Photo: “Remember Slavery” poster exhibit in Cameroon (UNIC Yaoundé) On 24 March, UNIC Yaoundé held an educational talk for more than 175 students from La Gaieté International School Complex on the theme “Remember Slavery: Recognising the Legacy and Contributions of People of African Descent”.
Language:English
Score: 890830.2 - https://www.un.org/en/rememberslavery/unics
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Following a chance meeting of female students with Mr. Jamshed Kazi, Representative for UN Women Pakistan, on International Women’s Day 2015 where he spoke of the HeForShe Campaign recently launched in Pakistan, the students jumped at the idea to create a movement among other students. (...) Jamshed Kazi, speaking on this student-led initiative, said “Currently 40% of Pakistan’s people are aged 10-29 years, the largest cohort of young people in its history – this is expected to become even larger. (...) Promoting gender equality requires input from both women and men, so it’s great to see our male students actively getting involved with female students.
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Score: 890646.3 - https://www.un.org/youthenvoy/...bal-heforshe-champions-300000/
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“When teachers from remote schools are also involved, our students can benefit in many ways. Students can now identify their problems and come up with solutions.” (...) “I am hopeful that the focal persons would be able to roll out this programme well and few social innovative ideas may come up from our students,” he said. Phub Lham is as hopeful. “UPSHIFT will help my students feel needed and valued in the society.” (...) UNICEF Bhutan/2022 UNICEF Bhutan/2022 Related topics Adolescents Life skills Education Bhutan More to explore Article Empowering young people An Op-Ed by UNICEF Bhutan Representative Read the story Blog post From a youth volunteer to a software engineer How volunteering helped a youth gain employability skills Read the story Press release 20 May 2022 MoE, UNICEF & Partners launch Adolescent Skills and Employability Bhutan Project Visit the page Article Deaf students construct first sign language for Bhutan Based on home-grown sign language already in use Read the story Footer UNICEF Bhutan home What we do Research and reports Take action About us Press centre Work with us Contact us Donate Social Footer Secondary Contact Legal Footer tertiary Report fraud, abuse, wrongdoing
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Score: 890215.6 - https://www.unicef.org/bhutan/...dolescents-become-changemakers
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Co-hosted dialogue on 2021 regional report with the Global Student Forum, European Students Union and Organising Bureau of European School Student Unions | Global Education Monitoring Report Skip to main content Building peace in the minds of men and women English Français Español Русский العربية 中文 About us About Team Contact Advisory Board Funders Evaluations Opportunities Fellowship Reports Publications Multimedia Videos Infographics Outreach Campaigns News alert Press Events SDG 4 Blogs Search Search Co-hosted dialogue on 2021 regional report with the Global Student Forum, European Students Union and Organising Bureau of European School Student Unions BACK TO CALENDAR Co-hosted dialogue on 2021 regional report with the Global Student Forum, European Students Union and Organising Bureau of European School Student Unions Virtual event, 16:00 - 17:15 CET To mark Zero Discrimination Day 2021, the GEM Report team, the Global Student Forum , th e European Students Union and the  Organising Bureau of European School Student Unions  will convene an interactive webinar on the findings and recommendations from the 2021  Central and Eastern Europe, Caucasus and Central Asia report on inclusion and education: All means all . The event will spotlight the activities of young people across the region advocating to protect the rights of every child, including their right to go to school and learn regardless of who they are and where they live. These experiences will provide insights into the 3.7 million young people across the region who are missing out on education and share promising youth-led initiatives for change.
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Score: 890203.9 - https://en.unesco.org/gem-repo...-forum-european-students-union
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After the pilot initiative, students feel more self-confident about their lives. (...) He believes this support service for students should continue and offer young people a chance to learn the details of certain professions. (...) Thus, he expects the improvements to the “Prilike” initiative will help young people to better choose their future careers. "Studies show that the students who saw real work environments during their schooling stand greater chance of finding a job, even set up their own business.
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Score: 889811 - https://www.unicef.org/montene...dents-choose-their-professions
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On this globally celebrated day, the intention of the initiative is to promote the safer and more responsible use of online technology and mobile phones by children and young people across the world.   A 2019 U-Report poll conducted in 30 countries, with responses from over 170,000 young people, found that 1 in 3 young people have experienced cyberbullying, and 1 in 5 of those who responded had stopped going to school on occasion because of online bullying.   (...) Media education. We need to inform students, parents, teachers about the possible dangers they may face and prevent unpleasant situations before something happens to the child. ” According to estimates, older students are more exposed to online violence than younger students. (...) So far, more than 10 thousand young people have registered on the platform, while responding to the polls launched on a regular basis.    
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Score: 889758.9 - https://www.unicef.org/moldova...-learned-about-online-violence
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The trained young people will disseminate information about media education to their colleagues. In May 2021, the CIJ, with the support of the Romanian-American Foundation and UNICEF, will organize a national media literacy conference for teachers, students and other civil society actors. The event aims to increase the level of information on the role of media literacy in stimulating the civic participation of children and young people, but also to raise awareness of best practice models in media literacy at national and international level, which can be applied in formal and non-formal educational contexts. (...) Follow UNICEF on Twitter and Facebook Related topics Information and communication technology Literacy Romania ECARO More to explore Press release 31 May 2021 The Center for Independent Journalism and UNICEF invite students and teachers to a media literacy lesson on conspiracy theories Visit the page Press release 19 May 2021 The media literacy on the public agenda Visit the page Statement 09 February 2021 Growing concern for well-being of children and young people amid soaring screen time – UNICEF Read now Footer UNICEF Home What we do Research and reports Stories Take action About us Press centre Results for children Work for UNICEF Contact us Become a donor Social Footer Secondary Contact us Legal Footer tertiary Report fraud, abuse, wrongdoing
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Score: 889543.2 - https://www.unicef.org/romania...media-and-information-literacy
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