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Compendium Language: العربية 中文 English Français Русский Español Search   Home About Us Who We Are Contact Us Themes Participation and Accountability Digital Government Institution Building Public Service Innovation and Transformation Public Institutions for SDGs Intergovernmental Support CEPA WSIS+10 Research UN e-Government Surveys World Public Sector Reports Publications Databases Capacity Building Assessment Tools Projects Capacity Development News & Events News & Media UN Public Service Day & Awards Global Forums Internet Governance Forum Calendar COVID-19 Webinars Home About Us Who We Are Contact Us Themes Participation and Accountability Digital Government Institution Building Public Service Innovation and Transformation Public Institutions for SDGs Intergovernmental Support CEPA WSIS+10 Research UN e-Government Surveys World Public Sector Reports Publications Databases Capacity Building Assessment Tools Projects Capacity Development News & Events News & Media UN Public Service Day & Awards Global Forums Internet Governance Forum Calendar COVID-19 Webinars Compendium of Digital Government Initiatives Seniors Description: "This page contains many links to different programs: Activities and Community Centres The City of Brussels organizes various activities for and with seniors: events, workshops, conferences, excursions and meetings between generations. (...) Culture tickets The City of Brussels gives Brussels seniors free tickets for various cultural performances. Sports tickets The City of Brussels has sports tickets of up to 100 euros for seniors. (...) A rest and nursing home aims at older people who need help for their daily activities. Retirement pension The income guarantee for the elderly (GRAPA-IGO) is a benefit for people over 65 who do not have sufficient financial resources. " Country: Belgium Institution: Brussels Category: Smart City Focus: E-Service Technology: Website Links: https://www.brussels.be/seniors <<<< BACK TO ALL CASES Quick Links   Home Who We Are Our Mandates CEPA News & Media Related Links   UNPAN UNPOG UN DESA United Nations General Assembly Resources DPIDG Projects Publications Capacity Development Programme Management Office UN News Centre UN Web TV Contact Us Division for Public Institutions and Digital Government (DPIDG), UNDESA. dpidg@un.org   2 UN Plaza, New York, NY 10017     Copyright | Terms of Use | Privacy Notice | Contact
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Score: 855323.8 - https://publicadministration.u...nt/Compendium/CompendiumID/619
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It also raises the issue of harassment and violence in sport and discusses the role of the media. Generally women have fewer opportunities to participate in and benefit from sporting activities and bodies than men. (...) The exclusive promotion of male sports idols exacerbate the over-valuing of male athletes and male-dominated sporting activities, compared with women athletes and women's sport. (...) It is critical that gender perspectives are fully integrated into these activities. This requires developing a deeper understanding of the benefits of sport for women and girls and the specific barriers they may face in accessing, participating in and benefiting from sporting activities and identifying ways to address them.
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Score: 854205.3 - https://www.un.org/womenwatch/...20on%20women%20and%20sport.pdf
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The benefits for women and girls of physical activity and sport Although many of the clinical trials and epidemiological studies in health research have excluded women, the data available suggest that women derive many health benefits from an active lifestyle.3 The health benefits of women’s participation in physical activ- ity and sport are now well established. (...) —UNESCO International Charter of Physical Education and Sport, article 1 A rights-based understanding of sport and physical activity has been present since the founding of the United Nations. (...) [t]he rights to partici- pate in recreational activities, sports and all aspects of cultural life.”
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Score: 853517.8 - https://www.un.org/womenwatch/...public/Women%20and%20Sport.pdf
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Distance learning and cancellation of activities forced many adolescents to renounce significant events in their lives, including sport activities. (...) These results highlighted the need to find solutions to enhance adolescents’ physical activitySport is an important aspect of children’s development. (...) Developing the amateur sport will make the nation healthier’. Regular physical activity and sport have a direct positive impact on well-being and mood.
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Score: 851917.4 - https://www.unicef.org/moldova...s-project-moldovan-adolescents
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The continuity of physical activity and the practice of sports must be ensured throughout life by means of a global, lifelong and democratized education. 2.2. (...) Voluntary personnel, given appropriate training and supervision, can make an invaluable contribution to the comprehensive development of sport and encourage the participation of the population in the practice and organization of physical and sport activities. 4.3. (...) A prominent place must be assigned in curricula to educational activities based on the values of sport and the consequences of the interactions between sport, society and culture. 7.3.
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Score: 847937.8 - https://en.unesco.org/sites/default/files/sport_e.pdf
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Search Close Search UNICEF Fulltext search Max Article Inclusive Sports Event in Prijedor Sports will and competitive spirit for a more pleasant growing up Kristina Ljevak for UNICEF UNICEF Available in: Bosanski/Hrvatski/Srpski English 14 October 2018 Not a long time ago, avoidance of every form of physical activity was the favorite sports discipline among the Bosnian-Herzegovinian population. (...) With the changing habits of those, who do not have any obstacles to do sports, it is even more important to witness the popularization of sports, as well as numerous successes of children with disabilities from our country, who achieve top results not only at Paralympic competitions, but also in activities in which they equally participate with typical participants.   (...) It is not necessary to do sports, it is enough to walk, go out and play with our own children in nature and that is an activity that will be pleasant to us if we do not have time to deal with a specific sport,” explains Lucia, emphasizing how physical activity is necessary for children.  
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Score: 846127.9 - https://www.unicef.org/bih/en/...nclusive-sports-event-prijedor
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День государственной службы ООН Глобальный форум Интернет Форум правительство Календарь COVID-19 Webinars Compendium of Digital Government Initiatives Seniors Description: "This page contains many links to different programs: Activities and Community Centres The City of Brussels organizes various activities for and with seniors: events, workshops, conferences, excursions and meetings between generations. (...) Culture tickets The City of Brussels gives Brussels seniors free tickets for various cultural performances. Sports tickets The City of Brussels has sports tickets of up to 100 euros for seniors. (...) A rest and nursing home aims at older people who need help for their daily activities. Retirement pension The income guarantee for the elderly (GRAPA-IGO) is a benefit for people over 65 who do not have sufficient financial resources. " Country: Belgium Institution: Brussels Category: Smart City Focus: E-Service Technology: Website Links: https://www.brussels.be/seniors <<<< BACK TO ALL CASES Быстрые ссылки   Главная Кто мы Наши мандаты СЕПА Новости & средства массовой информации ссылки   ЮНПАН UNPOG ДЭСВ ООН Организация Объединенных Наций Генеральная Ассамблея ресурсы Проекты DPIDG Публикации Наращивание Управление по развитию Центр новостей ООН Веб-ТВ Свяжитесь с нами Отдел государственных институтов и цифрового правительства , ДЭСВ . dpidg@un.org 2 UN Plaza , Нью-Йорк , Нью-Йорк 10017 Авторское право | Условия пользования сайтом | Конфиденциальность | Контактная информация
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Score: 845989.5 - https://publicadministration.u...nt/Compendium/CompendiumID/619
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Such experiences motivated me and a few other fellow sports fanatics to co-found Crowdsukan . As a crowdfunding platform in the region that primarily targets building sports facilities and organising sports activities in Malaysia and the South-East Asia region, the initiative’s aim is to give hope to those in despair mainly by providing them with sports facilities to spend their time, and to enable them to discover sports stars or celebrities who help   bridge unity among people. (...) In addition, my colleagues took the opportunity to share TEDx-style presentations using sports to achieve the SDGs. Some of the work included country specific innovative activities such as cycling through conflict zones across the  Thai-Malaysian border  with the aim to promote messages of peacebuilding, bridging the social differences of North and South Koreans, tackling human trafficking along the Vietnam-China border,  creating hopes for street children in Indonesia  through the Street Child World Cup, teaching yoga in Cambodia and the Philippines, using football to  include troubled children in Vietnam, using sports to build community resilience of domestic workers in Singapore and promoting active sports participation among kids from disaster areas in the Philippines and East Timor. (...) This involves actively connecting private sector partnerships and the public to contribute towards achieving a more inclusive and sustainable society, through the creation of sports facilities and activities.
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Score: 845535.7 - https://www.un.org/development...th-flash/tag/youth-and-sports/
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Such experiences motivated me and a few other fellow sports fanatics to co-found Crowdsukan . As a crowdfunding platform in the region that primarily targets building sports facilities and organising sports activities in Malaysia and the South-East Asia region, the initiative’s aim is to give hope to those in despair mainly by providing them with sports facilities to spend their time, and to enable them to discover sports stars or celebrities who help   bridge unity among people. (...) In addition, my colleagues took the opportunity to share TEDx-style presentations using sports to achieve the SDGs. Some of the work included country specific innovative activities such as cycling through conflict zones across the  Thai-Malaysian border  with the aim to promote messages of peacebuilding, bridging the social differences of North and South Koreans, tackling human trafficking along the Vietnam-China border,  creating hopes for street children in Indonesia  through the Street Child World Cup, teaching yoga in Cambodia and the Philippines, using football to  include troubled children in Vietnam, using sports to build community resilience of domestic workers in Singapore and promoting active sports participation among kids from disaster areas in the Philippines and East Timor. (...) This involves actively connecting private sector partnerships and the public to contribute towards achieving a more inclusive and sustainable society, through the creation of sports facilities and activities.
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Score: 845535.7 - https://www.un.org/development...uth-east-asia-by-yik-wai-chee/
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Regular participation in sport and physical activities provides various social and health benefits. (...) Through sport and physical activity, women and girls can be empowered and benefit from the positive impact that sport has on health and psychosocial conditions. (...) In times of conflict or instability, sporting activities can provide participants with a sense of normalcy.
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Score: 845037 - https://www.un.org/en/chronicl...-sustainable-development-goals
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