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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: 921366.5 - https://www.un.org/development...uth-east-asia-by-yik-wai-chee/
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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: 921366.5 - https://www.un.org/development...th-flash/tag/youth-and-sports/
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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: 920443.6 - https://www.un.org/en/chronicl...-sustainable-development-goals
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Through a series of eight webinars, involving panellists from across the sport and physical activity system and audience Q&A, we will explore different dimensions of what it will take to build back better. (...) Who will be participating in these webinars? Europe Active, Global Sports Innovation Center, International Health and Racquet Sports Association, McKinsey and Company, Sport for Development Coalition, The Commonwealth Secretariat, UNESCO, Yunus Sport Hub, Youth Charter, and others from across youth, academia, civil society, industry and government to be confirmed. (...) All webinars are open to public and professionals across the physical activity and sport system including exercise, fitness, sport, physical activity, primary health care and public health from across public, private and social enterprises.
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Score: 918921.1 - https://www.who.int/news-room/...nvent-rebuild-working-together
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Despite the fact that the Government set the priority to promote and encourage the sportive activities for persons with disabilities, still the unequivocal attention and adequate funding are needed for the development of physical culture and sports for persons with disabilities in the Republic of Armenia as no tangible results have been registered and the adaption of the physical culture, sports and the courses of the physical education has not been ensured so far. · Are joint activities between sportspersons in disability-specific sports and mainstream sports encouraged or carried out to facilitate exchange among sportspersons within similar disciplines? Currently, no joint activities between sportspersons in disability-specific sports and mainstream sports are carried out in the Republic of Armenia. · Are persons with disabilities considered in sports beyond their role as sportspersons, including as referees, coaches, spectators, administrators, workers, volunteers in the sports industry, board members, among others? (...) It is of an utmost significance for the Republic of Armenia to engage athletes with disabilities in the sportive activities, initiate and organize sports events for persons with special needs.
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Score: 918117 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...ooperation/States-Armenia.docx
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The Bulan Institute is studying repatriation of ISIS associates in Central Asia and we believe that female returnees and children should be involved in sport activities. Some states are trying to organize sport activities, but not in big scale. For example, in Kazakhstan NGOs are organizing team building exercises that involve some sport activities, but according to local NGOs they don`t have capacity and adequate conditions to organize more… The Bulan Institute recently has published a big report on the experiences of Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan and Uzbekistan, and we when conducted interviews, many local specialists highlighted that football, tennis or other sport activities would give another Breakout session A: Prevention through innovative programmes, including sports and behavioural insights to unite communities and build resilient societies 3 meaning and passion to children, and they have recommended to include more sport activities into rehabilitation programs. Thus, the Bulan Institute emphasizes the positive role of sport activities for returnees, especially for children and we urge all countries that repatriated or plan to bring back their citizens from Syria and Iraq, to consider sport activities as one of the main pillars of rehabilitation and reintegration programs.
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Score: 917959.8 - https://www.un.org/counterterr...lpon_orozobekova_statement.pdf
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Additionally, projects, which promote sportive participation of youth with disabilities and encompass disadvantageous people and persons with disabilities from all age groups, within the scope of “Physical Activity, Exercise and Sports” Title of the project support program No. 2020/1, announcement process is in progress, continue to be supported. (...) In the first session of the seminars, each companion has been presented with a “Special Education and Sports Book”. During the training seminars, the families of the youth with disabilities have been provided with the general information about autism and the behavioral problems therapy trainings and the examples of the activities for children with autism. (...) In cooperation with the related stakeholder organizations, it will be appropriate to raise and develop the awareness of the disabled individuals through the relevant platform. Volunteering Activities Considering the efforts to increase the participation of disabled individuals in the activities in the field of sports, it is understood that these should be supported by volunteering activities.
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Score: 917773.9 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...istry-of-youth-and-sports.docx
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UNHCR’s ‘Sport for Protection’ approach builds on this understanding, and the unique capacity of sport to actively and meaningfully engage young people. (...) Physical and social barriers in many forced displacement settings often exclude people with disabilities from sport and other community activities. However, even minor adaptations to the physical space, meeting times, equipment or activities can result in significant protection outcomes for a wide range of young people. (...) Are joint activities between sportspersons in disability-specific sports and mainstream sports encouraged or carried out to facilitate exchange among sportspersons within similar disciplines?
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Score: 917572 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...nPhysicalActivities/unhcr.docx
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“By analysing Georgia’s legislation in this field, we identified the main challenges and obstacles that prevent girls and women from fully engaging in sport activities and outlined specific recommendations for government institutions and other actors to counter gender-based inequality existing in sport.” (...) The assessment echoes the findings of a recent parliamentary thematic inquiry on expanding sports and physical activity in Georgia, supported by the European Union and UNDP in cooperation with the Westminster Foundation for Democracy. (...) “Their analysis will help make Georgian legislation more gender-sensitive and provide for practical measures to ensure that girls and women have an equal opportunity to experience the thrill of sports and the benefits of regular physical activity.”
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Score: 916834.8 - https://www.undp.org/georgia/p...ing-field-women-and-men-sports
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In connection with activities related to the IYSPE 2005, the UN is encouraging partnerships between sport institutions and UN agencies, funds and programmes to develop projects and policies concerning sport for development. (...) He has also directed national publicity activities for a series of outdoor adventure and sports marketing programmes. (...) Recently, they embarked on sports projects that created decent job opportunities for youth and income-generating activities for women in Albania, El Salvador and Mozambique as part of the ILO Youth Sport Programme (YSP) and its Common Framework.
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Score: 916588.2 - https://www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/gro...ts/publication/wcms_116484.pdf
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