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Many individuals are therefore not able to actively participate in their regular individual or group sporting or physical activities outside of their homes. Under such conditions, many tend to be less physically active, have longer screen time, irregular sleep patterns as well as worse diets, resulting in weight gain and loss of physical fitness. (...) The impact of COVID-19 on physical activity and well-being 1. Supporting physical activity. (...) International rights and values based sport education instruments and tools, such as the International Charter of Physical Education, Physical Activity and Sport, the Quality Physical Edu­cation Policy package and the Values Education through Sport toolkit remain highly relevant references to ensure that the many online physical activity modules that are being currently deployed comply with gender equality, non-discrimination, safety and quality standards.
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Score: 549446.1 - https://www.un.org/development...a/dspd/2020/05/covid-19-sport/
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Many in- dividuals are therefore not able to actively participate in their regular individual or group sporting or physical ac- tivities outside of their homes. Under such conditions, many tend to be less physically active, have longer screen time, irregular sleep patterns as well as worse diets, resulting in weight gain and loss of physical fitness. (...) Another important aspect of maintain physical fitness is strength training which does not require large spaces but helps maintain muscle strength, which is especially important for older persons or persons with physical disabilities. (...) The impact of COVID-19 on physical activity and well-being 1. Supporting physical activity.
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Score: 548255.9 - https://www.un.org/development...sites/45/publication/PB_73.pdf
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Many individuals are therefore not able to actively participate in their regular individual or group sporting or physical activities outside of their homes. Under such conditions, many tend to be less physically active, have longer screen time, irregular sleep patterns as well as worse diets, resulting in weight gain and loss of physical fitness. (...) The impact of COVID-19 on physical activity and well-being 1. Supporting physical activity. (...) International rights and values based sport education instruments and tools, such as the International Charter of Physical Education, Physical Activity and Sport, the Quality Physical Edu­cation Policy package and the Values Education through Sport toolkit remain highly relevant references to ensure that the many online physical activity modules that are being currently deployed comply with gender equality, non-discrimination, safety and quality standards.
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Score: 543994.1 - https://www.un.org/development...effects-on-social-development/
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Acknowledging  that cultural diversity in physical education, physical activity and sport forms part of humanity’s intangible heritage and includes physical play, recreation, dance, organized, casual, competitive, traditional and indigenous sports and games,  6.   (...) .   *   Article 2 Physical education, physical activity and sport can yield a wide range of benefits to individuals, communities and society at large 2.1 When appropriately organized, taught, resourced and practiced, physical education, physical activity and sport can make distinct contributions towards a wide range of benefits to individuals, families, communities and society at large.  2.2 Physical education, physical activity and sport can play a significant role in the development of participants’ physical literacy, well-being, health and capability by improving endurance, strength, flexibility, coordination, balance and control. (...)   *   Article 10 Protection and promotion of the integrity and ethical values of physical education, physical activity and sport must be a constant concern for all 10.1 All forms of physical education, physical activity and sport must be protected from abuse.
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Score: 538704.25 - https://en.unesco.org/about-us...on-physical-activity-and-sport
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But that does not mean we should stop being physically active, nor should we disconnect from the coaches, teammates, instructors and fellow fans who not only help us to stay physically fit but also socially active. The  World Health Organization  recommends 150 minutes of moderate-intensity or 75 minutes of vigorous-intensity physical activity per week, or a combination of both. (...) Through our unique individual skills and collective power, we can come together and share creative ways to improve our health and well-being through sport and physical activity – even from the confines of our own homes.
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Score: 538232.9 - https://www.un.org/development/desa/dspd/2020/04/sport/
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Physical Security | United Nations Skip to main content Toggle navigation Welcome to the United Nations العربية 中文 English Français हिन्दी Português Русский Español Kiswahili Department of Safety and Security Search the United Nations Submit Search A-Z Site Index Toggle navigation Home Leadership Governance » Legal Framework Policies Expertise » Risk Management Training Road Safety Critical Incident Stress Management Aviation Safety Fire Safety Hostage Incident Management Major Event Physical Security Protective Services Threat Analysis Partnerships » Approach Member States SLT UNSMS and IASMN Civil Society Private Sector Join Us » Career Your Profile Our Offer Apply About Us » Chart History Contact Us physicalsecurity.jpg   Physical Security                 The UN occupies premises all over the world, often in dangerous and high-risk locations. With direct attacks against UN premises on the rise, our Physical Security Unit (PSU) provides expert advice on physical security of UN offices to UNDSS security officials in the field, including premises’ assessments, technical specifications, blast vulnerability assessments, post-blast analysis and training in Physical Security.
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Score: 537747.75 - https://www.un.org/en/safety-and-security/physical-security
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Benefits and risks of physical activity and sedentary behavior  Regular physical activity, such as walking, cycling, wheeling, doing sports or active recreation, provides significant benefits for health. (...) Likewise, an increase in the use of "passive" modes of transportation also contributes to insufficient physical activity. Globally, 81% of adolescents aged 11-17 years were insufficiently physically active in 2016. (...) For more information -  Global action plan on physical activity 2018–2030: more active people for a healthier world To help countries and communities measure physical activity in adults, WHO has developed the Global Physical Activity Questionnaire (GPAQ).
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Score: 535850.63 - https://www.who.int/news-room/...heets/detail/physical-activity
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The freedom to develop physical, intellectual and moral powers through physical education and sport must be guaranteed both within the educational system and in other aspects of social life. 1.2. (...) Every overall education system must assign the requisite place and importance to physical education and sport in order to establish a balance and strengthen links between physical activities and other components of education. 2 Physical education and sport Article 3. (...) Training of personnel for the media may include elements relating to physical education and sport. Article 10. National institutions play a major role in physical education and sport 10.1.
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Score: 535841.65 - https://en.unesco.org/sites/default/files/sport_e.pdf
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The aims of the workshop were to: examine the evidence for health benefits of physical activity; review best practice interventions for physical activity and public health; and prepare a draft guide to population-based approaches for physical activity promotion. (...) The Background Mandate for physical activity 2 impact of globalization, urbanization and rapid aging on levels of physical activity is not clear. (...) A national policy in which physical activity has a central place may foster the imple- mentation of a national physical activity plan.
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Score: 535051.8 - https://www.who.int/dietphysic...ity/PA-promotionguide-2007.pdf
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Available experience and scientific evidence show that regular physical activity provides people, both male and female, of all ages and conditions - including disabilities - with a wide range of physical, social and mental health benefits. (...) Physical activity declines with age, falling off from adolescence, and physical activity and physical education is declining in schools worldwide. (...) PHYSICAL ACTIVITY © W H O 2 00 3 PHYSICAL ACTIVITY DR P.
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Score: 533574.7 - https://www.who.int/dietphysic...lactivity/media/en/gsfs_pa.pdf
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