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The Commission generally did not support the proposed inclusion of additional costs relating to extracurricular activities, such as music or sport, under the provisions of the education grant scheme. (...) The ICSC report for 2015 shows that the Commission did not consider “additional costs relating to extracurricular activities, such as music or sport, under the provisions of the education grant scheme” as admissible expenses under the revised scheme. 63. (...) The Tribunal notes that in the ICSC report for 2015, it was clearly stated that the Commission did not consider “additional costs relating to extracurricular activities, such as music or sport, under the provisions of the education grant scheme” as admissible expenses under the revised scheme. 90.
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Score: 1194997.2 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2020-215.pdf
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The impact of COVID-19 on sport, physical activity May 2020 United Nat ions Depar tment of Economic and Socia l Affa i rs 1 The impact of COVID-19 on sport, physical activity and well-being and its effects on social development Authors: Daniela Bas, Melissa Martin, Carol Pollack and Robert Venne, Division for Inclusive Social Development in UN DESA. (...) 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. (...) The following recommendations seek to both support the safe re-opening of sporting events and tournaments following the pandemic, as well as to maximize the benefits that sport and physical activity can bring in the age of COVID-19 and beyond.
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Score: 1142287.5 - 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. (...) The following recommendations seek to both support the safe re-opening of sporting events and tournaments following the pandemic, as well as to maximize the benefits that sport and physical activity can bring in the age of COVID-19 and beyond. (...) Read the full UN DESA policy brief on “The impact of COVID-19 on sport, physical activity and well-being and its effects on social development”.
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Score: 1140857.1 - https://www.un.org/development...a/dspd/2020/05/covid-19-sport/
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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. (...) The following recommendations seek to both support the safe re-opening of sporting events and tournaments following the pandemic, as well as to maximize the benefits that sport and physical activity can bring in the age of COVID-19 and beyond. (...) 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: 1130203.6 - https://www.un.org/development...effects-on-social-development/
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The closure of gyms, sport facilities and stadiums, public pools, dance studios, and playgrounds mean that many of us are not able to actively participate in individual or group sporting or physical activities, nor watch live sporting events. (...) 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. #BeActive In the lead up to and on 6 April, the  International Day of Sport for Development and Peace , we are asking everyone to be active, stay healthy and demonstrate solidarity during this period of physical and social distancing.
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Score: 1118569.9 - https://www.un.org/development/desa/dspd/2020/04/sport/
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The brief sets out a vision to support the reopening, recovery, and resilience of sport. The brief first highlights critical intersects between sport, physical activity, SDG achievement, and COVID-19 impact, the consequences of these intersect for our individual and collective wellbeing, and ideas for addressing these consequences. It then presents critical actions or issues to be addressed across four key areas – promoting human rights and combatting discrimination; ensuring equal access to sport and physical activity; safeguarding participants, and ensuring integrity in sport- seeking to imagine the necessary course adjustments for bringing the sporting world safely back into full operation with renewed and refocused vigor. (...) Prepared in the context of the global coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic, the report highlights the important role of physical activity and sport in mitigating the impact of the pandemic on health and well-being and examines the role of digital technology in helping sport to fulfill that role.
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Score: 1099891.8 - https://www.un.org/development...d/sport-development-peace.html
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UN Secretary-General António Guterres Sport and physical activity for better reopen and recover Sport has the power to change the world; it is a fundamental right, a powerful tool to strengthen social ties and promote sustainable development and peace and well as solidarity, and respect. (...) The International Day of Sport for Development and Peace on 6 April presents an opportunity to recognize the role that sport and physical activity plays in communities and in people’s lives across the world. (...) Sport and physical activity can also help us get through times of crisis, like COVID19, by reducing anxieties and improving physical and mental health.
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Score: 1099738.5 - https://www.un.org/en/observances/sport-day
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UNDT/NBI/2020/014 Judgment No.: UNDT/2021/148 Page 5 of 20 2016-2017 Academic Year Actual paid to WIC (CAD) Claimed (CAD) Excess Tuition (plus registration) 11,900 (tuition plus registration) 11,900 (tuition only) 0 Registration N/A 1,700 1,700 Admission fees 300 1,400 1100 Uniforms N/A 1,258 1,258 Tutorial N/A 2,150 2,150 Materiel Didactique N/A 2,300 2,300 Sports activities and equipment N/A 558 558 TOTAL 12,200 21,266 9,066 Claims submitted for DD 7. (...) In the EG claim that the Applicant presented for DD on 22 July 2016 for the 2015-2016 academic year, there are excess claimed expenses as the table summarizes.21 2015-2016 Academic Year Actual paid to CDI (CAD) Claimed (CAD) Excess Tuition 13,400 13,440 (tuition only) 40 Registration fee 160 160 0 Materiel informatique N/A 3,200 3,200 school supplies N/A 500 500 Tutorial N/A 2,900 2,900 Sports activities N/A 1,100 1,100 Transport N/A 900 900 Frais de subsistence N/A 1,600 1,600 TOTAL 13,560 23,800 10,240 b. (...) There were no subsequent payments to CDI.22 2016-2017 Academic Year Actual paid to CDI (CAD) Claimed (CAD) Excess Tuition 0 13,440 13,440 Registration fee 0 160 160 Materiel informatique N/A 3,400 3,400 school supplies N/A 700 700 Tutorial N/A 3,900 3,900 Sports activities N/A 1,200 1,200 Transport N/A 1,400 1,400 Frais de subsistence N/A 2,600 2,600 TOTAL 0 26,800 26,800 19 Reply, annex R/1, Doc.
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Score: 1098385.6 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2021-148.pdf
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A Link Up Hub is a local group of sports clubs, community organisations, educational institutions, businesses, and local authorities working together collaboratively to improve the contribution of sport and physical activity in a community. (...) The leaders of these organisations work together to develop active communities where everyone benefits not only from sport and physical activity, but also from further services to improve their education and offer various career paths into employment. (...) With sports taking the lead, we can create a more active, engaged, cohesive and sustainable community by empowering and enlightening local people to improve the social and economic affairs of their region.
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Score: 1087653 - https://sdgs.un.org/partnershi...cruitment-education-employment
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Social inclusion of children and youth with autism through sports | Department of Economic and Social Affairs Skip to main content Welcome to the United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs Capacity Development Search the United Nations Submit Search A-Z Site Index Header-02-Main Menu Bar Home About Us Our Vision Our Divisions Capacity Development Programme Management Office Vacancies What We Do Areas of Work How we deliver Our Resources Projects Capacity Development Tools Work with Us Capacity Development Support Partnering Stories and Events Calendar of DESA events Digital Learning Centre Resident Coordinators System Evidence-based Policy Policy Coherence Social inclusion Institutions and integrated and inclusive approaches Means of Implementation Least Developed Countries (LDCs) Small Island Development States (SIDS) Social inclusion of children and youth with autism through sports Fri, 04/08/2022 - 13:08 The objective of the project is to strengthen the capacity of Governments, civil society organizations and sport associations/federations, including Paralympic committees and national special Olympic organizations in the target countries to jointly elaborate plans for the full and effective inclusion of persons with disabilities, with a specific focus on autism, in society through sport. At the same time, the project aims at developing the skills of sport instructors in the field of running to train young people with autism and their family members and monitor their progress in sporting activities over time.  Status Active Lead Division Division for Inclusive Social Development Funding source XB Budget 567,572 Start Date 01/01/2020 End Date 30/12/2024 Areas of work Social inclusion SDGs SDG3 SDG4 SDG10 Partners UNDP, UNICEF, UNCTs Donors Italy Thematic Area Youth Policies, Sports for development, Social, SDGs Region Americas Country Cuba Dominican Republic Panama IMPORTANT LINKS DESA Highlights Report 2030 Agenda Addis Ababa Action Agenda Paris Agreement National Voluntary Reviews Quadrennial Comprehensive Policy Reviews Secure page for Demand Editors AREAS OF WORK Evidence-based Policy Institutions and integrated and inclusive approaches Means of Implementation Policy Coherence Social inclusion DESA DIVISIONS Office of Intergovernmental Support and Coordination for Sustainable Development Division for Inclusive Social Development Division for Sustainable Development Goals Statistics Division Population Division Economic Analysis and Policy Division Division for Public Institutions and Digital Government United Nations Forum on Forests Financing for Sustainable Development Office ABOUT US Capacity Development Programme Management Office Junior Professional Officers Fellowships Development Account Contact Us United Nations Donate facebook twitter youtube Footer-Bottom-UN Standard Privacy Links A-Z SITE INDEX CONTACT COPYRIGHT FAQ FRAUD ALERT PRIVACY NOTICE Terms of Use
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Score: 1048738.2 - https://www.un.org/development/desa/cdpmo/node/3417
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