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Globally, the London 2012 Paralympic Games were watched by a television audience of 3.8 billion people, providing a rock-solid foundation for the continued growth of the Paralympic Movement. (...) Following on that success, the 2014 Paralympic Winter Games were held in Sochi, Russian Federation. Whereas the Winter Games are usually smaller in size than the Summer Games, they still provide a wonderful showcase of sport. (...) Enjoy the Rio 2016 Paralympic Games . Emile Schrijver Holocaust Museums Commemorate Victims and Provide Perspective for the Future In the summer of 2023, Amsterdam’s Jewish Cultural Quarter will open the National Holocaust Museum in the former Teacher School and the Hollandsche Schouwburg. 
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Score: 992605.7 - https://www.un.org/en/chronicl...on-rights-persons-disabilities
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Globally, the London 2012 Paralympic Games were watched by a television audience of 3.8 billion people, providing a rock-solid foundation for the continued growth of the Paralympic Movement. (...) Following on that success, the 2014 Paralympic Winter Games were held in Sochi, Russian Federation. Whereas the Winter Games are usually smaller in size than the Summer Games, they still provide a wonderful showcase of sport. (...) Enjoy the Rio 2016 Paralympic Games . Emile Schrijver Holocaust Museums Commemorate Victims and Provide Perspective for the Future In the summer of 2023, Amsterdam’s Jewish Cultural Quarter will open the National Holocaust Museum in the former Teacher School and the Hollandsche Schouwburg. 
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Score: 992605.7 - https://www.un.org/en/node/25607
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• Does gaming lead to inefficient outcome? Second-best outcome? (...) Game Theory -- Basic Economic Theory Game theory provides a theory of economic and strategic behavior. (...) The Game between Firms and Regulators Reaction of Firms to Policy Change • Firms will act according to their reaction function that will allow them to maximize their profits. • the policy maker must anticipate the reaction of the firms before making a policy change. • firms will attempt to skirt the intent of the policy if no deterrence of gaming is provided with the new policy.
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Score: 991207.4 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-D/treg...20Practices%20-%20Part%201.pdf
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the Media How Does the Media Cover the Games? From humble beginnings in terms of press coverage, the Olympic Games have today become the 'Greatest Show on Earth'. (...) For the Barcelona Olympics, 147 television and radio stations were accredited to provide coverage of the Games. They were housed in a facility second-to-none. (...) Journalists could take advantage of 125 production areas, a video library containing the televized production of the Games, monitors linked to every sporting event, a telecommunications centre, banks of networked computers providing instantaneous sports results, press rooms accommodating up to 1,200 people and providing simultaneous translation services, and telephone lines specially prepared to accept high-definition electronic transmission of photos, among other special facilities.
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Score: 990019.9 - https://www.itu.int/newsarchive/wtd/1996/media.html
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Search Close Search UNICEF Fulltext search Max Press release The Serbian Gaming Association and UNICEF Serbia sign a cooperation agreement 08 April 2021 SGA Available in: Srpski English Belgrade, 8 April 2021 - The Serbian Gaming Association (SGA) and UNICEF Serbia have signed a cooperation agreement with the aim of empowering children and young people who use games and gaming platforms to benefit from digitalisation and games in a responsible and safe manner. (...) Our latest report on the Serbian gaming industry (for 2020) shows the growth of revenue, the number of employees and the number of new games being developed in Serbian studios. (...) According to this survey, 70% of respondents like to play video games. For slightly below a third of respondents (29%) the main reason for playing is fun, for 12% it is relaxation, 12% play out of boredom, 8% cite virtual socialising as a reason, for 5% it is a challenge, 2% claim that it is just a habit, and 2% learn something new. “ Video games provide children with the opportunity to learn to collaborate with others, connect with friends across the world, learn new skills and have fun.
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Score: 983122.8 - https://www.unicef.org/serbia/...bia-sign-cooperation-agreement
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UNV-2022-02-06T11:42:20+0100.pdf General enquires Email: unv.media@unv.org Tel: +49-228-815 2000 Fax: +49-228-815 2001 Partnership enquires Email: partnershipsupport@unv.org Tel: +49-228-815 2000 Fax: +49-228-815 2001 1 03 September 2014 RIO 2016 Volunteer Programme The United Nations Volunteers (UNV) programme has organized consultations to explore how volunteerism can be given more visibility during the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro. This follows the successful support provided by UNV during the Beijing Olympic Games. The United Nations Volunteers (UNV) programme has organized consultations to explore how volunteerism can be given more visibility during the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro. This follows the successful support provided by UNV during the Beijing Olympic Games. On 28 August, Brazils National Volunteer Day, the 2016 Olympic Games Volunteer Recruitment website was launched.
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Score: 977960.9 - https://www.unv.org/node/15143/pdf
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“Focusing on the potential risks associated with the Olympic and Paralympic Games, the Committee reviewed information provided by Brazil and advisors specializing in arboviruses, the international spread of infectious diseases, travel medicine, mass gatherings and bioethics,” WHO  said  in a press release. “The Committee concluded that there is a very low risk of further international spread of Zika virus as a result of the Olympic and Paralympic Games, as Brazil will be hosting the Games during the Brazilian winter when the intensity of autochthonous transmission of arboviruses, such as  dengue  and Zika viruses, will be minimal and is intensifying vector-control measures in and around the venues for the Games, which should further reduce the risk of transmission,” WHO added. The Committee was also briefed on the implementation of the temporary recommendations issued by the Director-General on 8 March and updated on the epidemiology and association of Zika virus infection, microcephaly and Guillain-Barré Syndrome since that time   Advisors to the Committee provided further information on the potential risks of Zika virus transmission associated with mass gatherings and the upcoming Olympic and Paralympic Games, and the Committee thoroughly reviewed the range of public perspectives, opinions and concerns that have recently been aired on the subject, according to WHO.
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Score: 975433.2 - https://www.un.org/nwfz/node/8
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“Focusing on the potential risks associated with the Olympic and Paralympic Games, the Committee reviewed information provided by Brazil and advisors specializing in arboviruses, the international spread of infectious diseases, travel medicine, mass gatherings and bioethics,” WHO  said  in a press release. “The Committee concluded that there is a very low risk of further international spread of Zika virus as a result of the Olympic and Paralympic Games, as Brazil will be hosting the Games during the Brazilian winter when the intensity of autochthonous transmission of arboviruses, such as  dengue  and Zika viruses, will be minimal and is intensifying vector-control measures in and around the venues for the Games, which should further reduce the risk of transmission,” WHO added. The Committee was also briefed on the implementation of the temporary recommendations issued by the Director-General on 8 March and updated on the epidemiology and association of Zika virus infection, microcephaly and Guillain-Barré Syndrome since that time   Advisors to the Committee provided further information on the potential risks of Zika virus transmission associated with mass gatherings and the upcoming Olympic and Paralympic Games, and the Committee thoroughly reviewed the range of public perspectives, opinions and concerns that have recently been aired on the subject, according to WHO.
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Score: 975433.2 - https://www.un.org/geospatial/node/8
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“Focusing on the potential risks associated with the Olympic and Paralympic Games, the Committee reviewed information provided by Brazil and advisors specializing in arboviruses, the international spread of infectious diseases, travel medicine, mass gatherings and bioethics,” WHO  said  in a press release. “The Committee concluded that there is a very low risk of further international spread of Zika virus as a result of the Olympic and Paralympic Games, as Brazil will be hosting the Games during the Brazilian winter when the intensity of autochthonous transmission of arboviruses, such as  dengue  and Zika viruses, will be minimal and is intensifying vector-control measures in and around the venues for the Games, which should further reduce the risk of transmission,” WHO added. The Committee was also briefed on the implementation of the temporary recommendations issued by the Director-General on 8 March and updated on the epidemiology and association of Zika virus infection, microcephaly and Guillain-Barré Syndrome since that time   Advisors to the Committee provided further information on the potential risks of Zika virus transmission associated with mass gatherings and the upcoming Olympic and Paralympic Games, and the Committee thoroughly reviewed the range of public perspectives, opinions and concerns that have recently been aired on the subject, according to WHO.
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Score: 975433.2 - https://www.un.org/geospatial/...-low-risk-zika-spread-olympics
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“Focusing on the potential risks associated with the Olympic and Paralympic Games, the Committee reviewed information provided by Brazil and advisors specializing in arboviruses, the international spread of infectious diseases, travel medicine, mass gatherings and bioethics,” WHO  said  in a press release. “The Committee concluded that there is a very low risk of further international spread of Zika virus as a result of the Olympic and Paralympic Games, as Brazil will be hosting the Games during the Brazilian winter when the intensity of autochthonous transmission of arboviruses, such as  dengue  and Zika viruses, will be minimal and is intensifying vector-control measures in and around the venues for the Games, which should further reduce the risk of transmission,” WHO added. The Committee was also briefed on the implementation of the temporary recommendations issued by the Director-General on 8 March and updated on the epidemiology and association of Zika virus infection, microcephaly and Guillain-Barré Syndrome since that time   Advisors to the Committee provided further information on the potential risks of Zika virus transmission associated with mass gatherings and the upcoming Olympic and Paralympic Games, and the Committee thoroughly reviewed the range of public perspectives, opinions and concerns that have recently been aired on the subject, according to WHO.
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Score: 975433.2 - https://www.un.org/nwfz/news/u...-low-risk-zika-spread-olympics
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