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On 7 October 2016, the Applicant, a Liaison Officer at the P-3 level with the United Nations Office on Sport for Development and Peace, contested “the decision to recover $22,380.28 as overpayment of dependency benefit”. 2. (...) The whole procedural activity will take place within its limits and the application must be filed by the person who has the right to Case No.
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Score: 1028680 - www.un.org/en/internalj...es/undt/orders/ny-2016-242.pdf
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To share the experiences of Youth Advocacy Forum Sessions and underline the importance of youth participation in sports and healthy living activities, 3 | P a g e 3. (...) What kind of benefits could you state for the development of your NGO with the Youth Advocacy Forum initiative and what are the salient benefits of youth participation in sports and healthy living activities as well as quality education? (...) What is the relation between Youth Advocacy Forum and young people engaging in sports and healthy living activities? How does the aforementioned relation contribute to the 2030 Agenda and Sustainable Development Goals?
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Score: 1027959.5 - https://www.un.org/ecosoc/site...h-green-crescent%20society.pdf
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OPPORTUNITIES: THE ROLE OF SPORT IN COMBATTING CLIMATE CHANGE Sport is both one of the contributors and casualties of global warming. (...) With this goal, it has set a “Strategic intents for 2030” plan which entails a reduction of both direct and indirect greenhouse gas emissions for operations and events associated with the Olympic Movement’s activities, and an adaptation to the consequences of climate change in the planning of sport facilities and events. (...) The resulting report identified existing resources, best practices and case studies for more sustainable sporting venues and stadiums. Second, in 2017 and 2018, the US State Department’s Sports Diplomacy Division in collaboration with US embassies and consulates worldwide, sent sports envoys—American professional athletes and coaches—abroad to engage with youth and participate in community outreach activities on issues including the environment.
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Score: 1027163.9 - https://www.un.org/development...-climate-change-through-sport/
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Given the dire situation engulfing our planet, the time to act is now. CHALLENGES: HOW SPORT AFFECTS AND, IS AFFECTED BY, CLIMATE CHANGE There is an increasing acknowledgement of the connection between sport and climate change as sport both affects and is affected by this crisis. (...) OPPORTUNITIES: THE ROLE OF SPORT IN COMBATTING CLIMATE CHANGE Sport is both one of the contributors and casualties of global warming. (...) The resulting report identified existing resources, best practices and case studies for more sustainable sporting venues and stadiums. Second, in 2017 and 2018, the US State Department’s Sports Diplomacy Division in collaboration with US embassies and consulates worldwide, sent sports envoys—American professional athletes and coaches— abroad to engage with youth and participate in community outreach activities on issues including the environment.17 Cape Verde’s State Secretariat for Youth and Sport has included environmental sustainability in its efforts towards infrastructure development completing all infrastructure developments with minimum environmental impact.
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Score: 1010006.1 - https://www.un.org/development...ites/45/publication/PB_128.pdf
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OPPORTUNITIES: THE ROLE OF SPORT IN COMBATTING CLIMATE CHANGE Sport is both one of the contributors and casualties of global warming. (...) With this goal, it has set a “Strategic intents for 2030” plan which entails a reduction of both direct and indirect greenhouse gas emissions for operations and events associated with the Olympic Movement’s activities, and an adaptation to the consequences of climate change in the planning of sport facilities and events. (...) The resulting report identified existing resources, best practices and case studies for more sustainable sporting venues and stadiums. Second, in 2017 and 2018, the US State Department’s Sports Diplomacy Division in collaboration with US embassies and consulates worldwide, sent sports envoys—American professional athletes and coaches—abroad to engage with youth and participate in community outreach activities on issues including the environment.
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Score: 1008802.5 - https://www.un.org/development...-climate-change-through-sport/
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OPPORTUNITIES: THE ROLE OF SPORT IN COMBATTING CLIMATE CHANGE Sport is both one of the contributors and casualties of global warming. (...) With this goal, it has set a “Strategic intents for 2030” plan which entails a reduction of both direct and indirect greenhouse gas emissions for operations and events associated with the Olympic Movement’s activities, and an adaptation to the consequences of climate change in the planning of sport facilities and events. (...) The resulting report identified existing resources, best practices and case studies for more sustainable sporting venues and stadiums. Second, in 2017 and 2018, the US State Department’s Sports Diplomacy Division in collaboration with US embassies and consulates worldwide, sent sports envoys—American professional athletes and coaches—abroad to engage with youth and participate in community outreach activities on issues including the environment.
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Score: 1008802.5 - https://www.un.org/development/desa/dspd/publications.html
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We provide same opportunities to our young guest refugees in cooperation with UN institutions. With all these activities that women participate in more actively, we strive for the further empowerment of our youth. (...) As the Ministry of Youth and Sports of the Republic of Türkiye, we have declared 2022 as “The Year of Youth Participation”. (...) Mehmet Muharrem Kasapoğlu, Ph.D http://www.gonulluyuzbiz.gov.tr/ Minister of Youth and Sports of the Republic of Türkiye
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Score: 990920.7 - https://www.un.org/ecosoc/site...s/Turkey_Written-Statement.pdf
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We provide same opportunities to our young guest refugees in cooperation with UN institutions. With all these activities that women participate in more actively, we strive for the further empowerment of our youth. (...) As the Ministry of Youth and Sports of the Republic of Türkiye, we have declared 2022 as “The Year of Youth Participation”. (...) Mehmet Muharrem Kasapoğlu, Ph.D http://www.gonulluyuzbiz.gov.tr/ Minister of Youth and Sports of the Republic of Türkiye
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Score: 990920.7 - https://www.un.org/ecosoc/site...-of-Minister-for-ECOSOC-YF.pdf
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Such an inclusive society is equipped with mechanisms which accommodate diversity and facilitate/enable people’s active participation in their political, economic and social lives. (...) UNDESA DISD works for the social inclusion of older persons, youth, family, persons with disabilities, indigenous peoples and persons marginalized from society and development. Learn More Sport for Development and Peace The Secretary-General Report on “Strengthening the global framework for leveraging sport for development and peace” provides a review of progress towards the implementation of the United Nations Action Plan on Sport for Development and Peace and proposes an update to the Action Plan, drawing on input received from Member States, the United Nations system and other stakeholders. It also includes recommendations for action by Member States and the United Nations system that bring the existing tracks of sport-based policy and practice at the international level closer together in order to promote improved coherence and collaboration in placing sport at the service of humanity, as an enabler of sustainable development.
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Score: 967791.7 - https://www.un.org/development/desa/dspd/issues.html
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Moreover, adjusted sports activities, adapted to the special needs of those citizens, must be a priority. (...) Portugal has governmental structures and non-governmental sports organizations at national, regional and local levels that promote and develop integrated sport activities. (...) Members of these three umbrella organizations include the National Sports Federations, which can be dedicated to one sport activity or multisport.
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Score: 952686.9 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...ysicalActivities/portugal.docx
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