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Hundreds of students gathered in the classroom for team presentations looking at different angles of people with disabilities. (...) She was glad that the students’ perspectives about people with disabilities and their rights completely changed after the course. (...) ‘I will surely advise junior students to take it,’ she said. In Viet Nam, only a few people with disabilities have a stable job and regular incomes.
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Score: 886452.05 - https://www.ilo.org/hanoi/Info...WCMS_241249/lang--en/index.htm
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‘Unsafe and unwelcome’ In a call for action to tackle the global problem, report co-author, the International LGBTQI Youth and Student Organisation (IGLYO), said that although many countries had adopted a more inclusive approach to all students, “many LGBTQI students still feel unsafe and unwelcome in school”. (...) “Furthermore, as the work of voluntary organizations is more complex, LGBTI people are likely to lack contacts and trusted people to talk to.” (...) She now works to ensure fair laws for people who are harassed because of their sexual orientation or gender identity in her country – and she will continue “to protect and advocate for LGBTIQ+ forcibly displaced people around the world” – Mr.
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Score: 886226.8 - https://news.un.org/en/story/2021/05/1092112
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Half of world’s teens experience peer violence in and around school – UNICEF Skip to main content Lao People's Democratic Republic Toggle navigation English ລາວ Global Links Visit UNICEF Global High contrast Lao People's Democratic Republic Explore UNICEF About us Our mission Our representative Work with us Contact us Press centre Donate Main navigation What we do Research and reports Stories Take action Search area has closed. (...) An Everyday Lesson: #ENDviolence in Schools says that peer violence – measured as the number of children who report having been bullied in the last month or having been involved in a physical fight in the last year – is a pervasive part of young people’s education around the world. It impacts student learning and well-being in rich and poor countries alike. (...) As part of the campaign, UNICEF is holding a number of #ENDviolence Youth Talks around the world over the coming months. The series of student-led discussions will give young people a platform to share their experiences of violence and voice what they need to feel safe in and around school, and will inform a set of recommendations to global leaders.
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Score: 885951.1 - https://www.unicef.org/laos/pr...lence-and-around-school-unicef
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Ladies and Gentlemen, The Oromo people represent the largest national group in the country accounting about 35 million people out of the total 75 million people of the total population of Ethiopia. They are considered as one of the indigenous peoples inhabiting the Horn of Africa. Despite their numeric majority, the Oromo people are in a minority-like situation in the country. (...) Attacks and harassment against the Oromo people continue allegedly by the security forces perpetuating the fears of the people in Oromia and other southern parts of Ethiopia.
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Score: 885735.4 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...kegn_chimdi_oromo_ethiopia.doc
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This is the 5th event held in Greece to promote the U-Report platform to teenagers and young people! Seventy students participated in the event, registered and attended a short training on the means of participation in public life, electronic governance and the importance of involving young people in decision-making processes that concern them! (...) As new U-Reporters, students responded to the first poll on "What would you like from local authorities to make your cities friendlier to children and young people?" (...) At the end of the event, it was found that the 580 responses received from teenagers and young people from different parts of Greece coincide, with the priorities and concerns of young people being common.
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Score: 885410.2 - https://www.unicef.org/greece/...ric-city-hall-vathi-completion
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Participants include members of the Children and Youth Council of Thailand, young people with disabilities, young people from Juvenile Justice System, a Bad Student Group, Student Federation of Thailand, LGBTQ, academic and innovation youth networks and marginalized youth groups. (...) “Young people must be given the opportunity to be co-creators of solutions,” said NESDC Secretary-General Danucha Pichayanan in his address to students and youth leaders. (...) On increasing opportunity and equality in the business sector and access to quality public services, and reducing economic inequality  Greater access to quality education was selected as a priority by students and youth leaders. In particular, they called for equitable access to quality education among rural and urban populations and an education system which builds practical skills to better prepare young people for today’s labour market.
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Score: 885343.5 - https://www.unicef.org/thailan...ocial-and-economic-development
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Environmental Action Camps started in 1990 to address the growing need for environmental education that inspires and empowers young people to take action. Currently ninety-five percent of US high school students do not believe the world will be a better place in 30 years. Young people without a sense of hope often become cynical and bitter towards the world, and cease to feel a sense of responsibility for meaningful and positive participation in the global community. (...) Environmental Action Camps help young people to meet the challenges of our world from a place of courage and vision.
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Score: 885191.4 - https://www.un.org/esa/dsd/dsd...ccess_stories/csd8/PCBCP-2.htm
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“Ignorance creates a gap between people of different nationalities. Therefore, such presentations are welcome as they offer facts about wartime events. That contributes to better understanding among people and creates the conditions for reconciliation and co-existence,” said one fourth-year student. Another student suggested that violence is not the answer to disagreements among people and that any lingering resentment should be put aside for the sake of reconciliation.
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Score: 885126.7 - https://www.icty.org/en/outrea...press-great-interest-work-icty
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“Ignorance creates a gap between people of different nationalities. Therefore, such presentations are welcome as they offer facts about wartime events. That contributes to better understanding among people and creates the conditions for reconciliation and co-existence,” said one fourth-year student. Another student suggested that violence is not the answer to disagreements among people and that any lingering resentment should be put aside for the sake of reconciliation.
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Score: 885126.7 - https://www.icty.org/en/node/7332
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Sunstein outlined the potential for more innovative and less coercive government interventions to shape people’s behaviour. A central premise behind nudge theory is that people frequently behave in a way that is difficult to predict and not in their own best interest. (...) Lessons regarding food waste impacts on the environment, on loss of resources, on its cause were given to the students, in order to raise awareness of a selected group of students (30 students for each school). (...) We apply a “nudge” approach for enabling and encouraging change in students, families and people in order to overcome food wasting behavior.
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Score: 885014.2 - https://www.fao.org/fsnforum/zh-hans/comment/8327
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