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Study on the Impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on human rights of young people -Response by the Republic of Croatia- 1. What are the main challenges that young people face in your country in connection with the Covid-19 pandemic and the response to it? (...) Regarding mental health issues of young people, assessments of the impact of the pandemic on students are worrying. (...) Within the ESF project " Improvement of the system of lifelong career guidance and career development in the Republic of Croatia" , in the period from the end of 2022 to 2024, national models of provision and career guidance services will be developed for pupils and students, young unemployed people, young employees who want to change careers and NEET groups.
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Score: 902697 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...covid-youth-state-Croatia.docx
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Human Rights Council Resolution 48/12 Impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on human rights of young people in the Republic of Azerbaijan Responses provided by the Ministry of Education The COVID-19 pandemic has caused unprecedented disruption to learning and education, with school closures affecting students in most countries, including Azerbaijan. (...) Yet health-related and social-economic impacts on young people are proving to be significant. A common understanding of these impacts and the role young people are playing in driving solutions is essential to the pandemic response. (...) This program specifically targeted young people. Appropriate measures have been taken by the Government to preserve jobs and wages for 900,000 people in the public sector and 760,000 people in the private sector during pandemic.
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Score: 898797.3 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...id-youth-state-Azerbaijan.docx
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Blind Citizens NZ is a disabled people’s organisation (DPO). Our membership comprises people who are blind, deafblind, and vision impaired. (...) In New Zealand, the right to education is an important civil right upheld in our Education Act 1989. People between the ages of five and nineteen, including disabled students, are entitled to free enrolment and free education at any state school or partnership school. (...) The Convention recognises that, for disabled people to realise this right, inclusive education systems must be in place.
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Score: 897486.5 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...on/BlindCitizensNewZealand.doc
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Organizing in the lead-up to this vote took 5 months, and the last two months were particularly intensive. Over 500 people attended the hearing itself, the largest display of civic political involvement seen on our campus that year, and perhaps the largest since the protests against tuition hikes in 2010. 19 student groups, together representing the largest communities on campus, endorsed the resolution, however it ultimately failed by a 5-7 margin. Nevertheless, this period of friction and organizing caused a significant number of people, including future candidates for student government, to think through the issue and come to a position in favor of divestment. (...) But to reach them takes serious work. Student activists must continue to learn how to educate and persuade people with lower levels of political knowledge and engagement than we are used to.
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Score: 897157.3 - https://www.un.org/unispal/wp-...s/2018/06/S3-Rahim-Kurwa-E.pdf
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As a result, the Local Life Skills programme supports experts in various subjects to go into schools to provide valuable extracurricular learning and training to students. Generation Future shares the same objectives of improving soft skills and empowering young people to take action, so the two programmes are well aligned. (...) In Danrun School, where Raksa taught organic gardening, the Principal has decided to build a permanent school garden so that children can continue to put their nutritional knowledge to work for years to come. Other teachers and students were so inspired by what they learnt from the young leaders from Generation Future that they have signed up for further online training led by the young people, during which teachers and students in Siem Reap will learn how to run their own workshops. Inspiring and educating young people is only a first step for Generation Future.
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Score: 897074 - https://www.unicef.org/cambodi...e-900-young-students-siem-reap
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How do we include young people in solving development challenges while working with them? (...) How do we include young people in solving development challenges while working with them? (...) The other challenge that AccLab provided is Public Awareness Raising on SDGs. Here, the students are expected to create a solution to increase public awareness on SDGs and they have been asked to focus on how to encourage people to take action.
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Score: 897059 - https://www.undp.org/turkiye/b...-challenges-while-working-them
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GEM General Template 2020 DON’T LOOK AWAY: OVER HALF OF LGBTI STUDENTS IN EUROPE REPORT HAVING BEEN BULLIED IN SCHOOL PARIS, 17 May - Today, on the International Day Against Homophobia Biphobia and Transphobia, UNESCO’s Global Education Monitoring Report and the International LGBTQI Youth and Student Organisation (IGLYO) have released findings from research and surveys on the situation of LGBTI students in education entitled Don’t Look Away: No place for exclusion of LGBTI students. Fifty-four percent of LGBTQI people have experienced bullying in school at least once based on their sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression or variations of sex characteristics, according to a survey of more than 17,000 children and young people aged 13 to 24. The survey also showed that 83% of students had at least sometimes heard negative comments towards LGBTQI students, and 67% had been the target of negative comments at least once.
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Score: 896473.1 - https://en.unesco.org/gem-repo...ok_Away_Press_Release_EN_1.pdf
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The CRPD requires us to respect deaf people's linguistic and cultural rights. However, the principle of non-exclusion on the basis of disability (i.e. hearing impairment) alone does not guarantee quality and inclusive education to the deaf students. (...) Traditionally, deaf students have been categorised as students in special education. (...) Additionally, we need to ensure that governments and the relevant UN agencies are aware of such cooperation works and in turn reference them when designing and implementing inclusive education to deaf students. More importantly, development of such projects must be led by deaf people and their organisations.
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Score: 896415.6 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...RPD/DGD/2015/MarkkuJokinen.pdf
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The pilot, tested to help reduce young people’s vulnerability to black and white thinking, was held with university students in Swat and Malakand.   (...) “I never identified myself with people who take drugs. But after attending these sessions, I want to spend some time with them to try to understand how they become addicted and what I can do for them; being intolerant will not solve the problem,” shares a student from the University of Swat.   (...) In this regard, the low IC percentage of university students was similar to the data collected from radicalized young people undergoing rehabilitation through Government run reintegration and rehabilitation camps.
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Score: 895783.1 - https://www.undp.org/pakistan/...-avoid-conflict-and-antagonism
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Vietnamese students create a skills development platform to connect IT market and young people | UNICEF Viet Nam Skip to main content Viet Nam Toggle navigation English Tiếng Việt Global Links Visit UNICEF Global High contrast Viet Nam EXPLORE UNICEF ABOUT UNICEF CONVENTION ON THE RIGHTS OF THE CHILD THE CHILDREN IN VIET NAM WHERE WE WORK PARENTING REPRESENTATIVE DEPUTY REPRESENTATIVE WORK FOR US CONTACT US PRESS CENTRE Donate Main navigation What we do Research and Reports Our stories Take action Search area has closed. (...) Search Close Search UNICEF Fulltext search Max Article Vietnamese students create a skills development platform to connect IT market and young people Six students took part in the first Generation Unlimited Youth Challenge. (...) “I joined because we need to change students’ mindsets. Young people need to be proactive about their future; Pathfinder is the perfect place to start.”
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Score: 895003.3 - https://www.unicef.org/vietnam...ect-it-market-and-young-people
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