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The  International Charter of Physical Education, Physical Activity and Sport , adopted by UNESCO’s 38th General Conference, affirms that ‘equal opportunity to participate and be involved at all supervision and decision-making levels in physical education, physical   activity and sport, whether  for  the   purpose  of recreation, health promotion or high performance, is the right of every girl and every woman that must be actively enforced’. UNESCO’s physical education and sport programmes endeavour to mainstream the gender dimension, which can be structured around three main types of interventions: enforce the right of girls and women to participate in physical education, physical activity and sport at all levels; protect participating girls and women from harassment, misconduct and abuse; use sport to promote gender equality and empower girls and women;     These issues are reflected, in the  Kazan Action Plan (KAP)  and, especially, its Action 4 ' Conduct a feasibility study on the establishment of the Global Observatory for Women, Physical Education, Physical Activity and Sport '. (...) To achieve these goals and promote women’s and girl’s empowerment and gender equality in and through sport, UNESCO works in partnership with national and international organisations, including notably: UN Women International Working Group on Women and Sport ,  International Association for Physical Education and Sport for Girls and Women ,  Women Sport International Regional and/or continental intergovernmental organizations  International Olympic Committee , International Paralympic Committee , other international sports organizations Sporting goods industry and the wider business community Media  Academia UNESCO applies a zero tolerance policy against all forms of harassment   WWW.UNESCO.ORG Disclaimer of use Access to Information Policy Privacy Policy UNESCO Name & Logo FAQ Environmental and Social Policies Protection of human rights : Procedure 104 Transparency Portal Scam alert Report fraud, abuse, misconduct © UNESCO 2021
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Score: 910535.6 - https://en.unesco.org/themes/s...t-and-anti-doping/women-sports
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In a statement released on Monday, the UNAOC noted the launch of a Global Programme on Security of Major Sporting Events, and Promotion of Sport and its Values as a Tool to Prevent Violent Extremism.  To demonstrate the power of sports as a tool for diversity and inclusiveness, UNAOC has also initiated new partnerships with renowned soccer clubs and sports entities. (...) Giving the virus a red card FIFA, the world football body, has joined forces with WHO on the campaign, enlisting some of the world’s biggest clubs, such as Liverpool, Barcelona and Real Madrid, to ask fans to set aside their rivalries and come together to be active, and beat the virus. “We are delighted that football is strongly supporting the International Day of Sport for Development and Peace by asking everyone to be active and to remain healthy at home during this difficult time”, António Guterres, UN Secretary-General, said in a statement.
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Score: 909375.3 - https://news.un.org/en/story/2020/04/1061212
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Sport for All: Donation of sports and recreational equipment for children with disabilities in Belgrade Skip to main content Serbia Toggle navigation Srpski English Global Links Visit UNICEF Global High contrast Serbia Secondary - English Explore UNICEF About UNICEF Contact us Partners and Ambassadors Work with us Media centre Active Campaigns The Friends of UNICEF Club Main navigation What we do Research and reports Stories DONATE Search area has closed. (...) “The integration of children and young people with disabilities into the community is made possible through sports, recreational activities and play. Therefore, this procurement of equipment and other gear will significantly contribute to sports and recreational activities organised in the Centre for Day-care and the Accommodation of Children with Disabilities. (...) In addition to donations in equipment, this project provides support to improve the professional capacity of employees, as well as the organisation of a series of monthly inclusive sports events and continuous weekly joint sports and recreational activities for children with and without disabilities that will be implemented throughout the year.
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Score: 909214.2 - https://www.unicef.org/serbia/...children-disabilities-belgrade
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Session 332— International Day of Sport for Development and Peace: Girls in ICT and Sport | WSIS Forum 2021 Home Agenda Session 332— International Day of Sport for Development and Peace: Girls in ICT and Sport Agenda International Day of Sport for Development and Peace: Girls in ICT and Sport WSIS/ITU Session 332 13:00–14:00 (UTC+02:00), Tuesday, 6 April 2021 Thematic Workshop Session Recording The annual World Summit on the Information Society (WSIS) Forum is a global multi-stakeholder platform facilitating the implementation of the WSIS Action Lines for advancing sustainable development. (...) Lea Hinnen Project Manager The Scort Foundation – the Football Club Social Alliance Having been with the Scort Foundation for almost 4 years now, I have had the privilege to meet many truly inspiring women across the globe that use sports to empower girls in their communities. While most have used technology to promote their activities before, we have now witnessed how they started to deliver their sports and educational activities through the use of videos, live streams, radio podcasts and social media in order to keep the children active and safe during the pandemic. (...) She tried to reconcile her sports activity with her Muslim faith. She is acting as a mentor for young female athletes. 
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Score: 908522.5 - https://www.itu.int/net4/wsis/...rum/2021/en/Agenda/Session/332
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Session 332— International Day of Sport for Development and Peace: Girls in ICT and Sport | WSIS Forum 2021 Home Agenda Session 332— International Day of Sport for Development and Peace: Girls in ICT and Sport Agenda International Day of Sport for Development and Peace: Girls in ICT and Sport WSIS/ITU Session 332 13:00–14:00 (UTC+02:00), Tuesday, 6 April 2021 Thematic Workshop Session Recording The annual World Summit on the Information Society (WSIS) Forum is a global multi-stakeholder platform facilitating the implementation of the WSIS Action Lines for advancing sustainable development. (...) Lea Hinnen Project Manager The Scort Foundation – the Football Club Social Alliance Having been with the Scort Foundation for almost 4 years now, I have had the privilege to meet many truly inspiring women across the globe that use sports to empower girls in their communities. While most have used technology to promote their activities before, we have now witnessed how they started to deliver their sports and educational activities through the use of videos, live streams, radio podcasts and social media in order to keep the children active and safe during the pandemic. (...) She tried to reconcile her sports activity with her Muslim faith. She is acting as a mentor for young female athletes. 
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Score: 908522.5 - https://www.itu.int/net4/wsis/forum/2021/Agenda/Session/332
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The project aims to organize prevention of human health by increasing physical activity and maintaining physical condition. Implementation of the Project/Activity The program of the health-improving movement "Peace Relay" provides for a person to perform uniform test physical exercises at home or on a sports field ("Peace Relay" - https://rotw20.blogspot.com/ ), then friends, acquaintances and many others are invited to participate in the Relay others. (...) Results/Outputs/Impacts The project has passed a thorough scientific examination in a number of national scientific organizations on the instructions of the Ministry of Education and the Ministry of Sports of Russia. More than 11 million people are currently involved in this health movement. (...) Ongoing No SDGs 3 5 10 17 Other beneficiaries Interested in the implementation of the health movement: Ministries of Education and Sports, the Olympic Committee, the Government of Russia ( https://ogfaen.blogspot.com/ ), WHO, senators, youth.
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Score: 908284.6 - https://sdgs.un.org/partnerships/relay-peace
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The document welcomes the growing attention by the international community to exploring and leveraging the role of sport and physical activity in the attainment of development objectives and the enjoyment of human rights. (...) The resolution acknowledges the endorsement by the UNESCO General Conference of the Kazan Action Plan and the sport policy follow-up framework of the International Conference of Ministers and Senior Officials Responsible for Physical Education and Sport as a voluntary, overarching reference for fostering international convergence amongst policy-makers in the fields of physical education, physical activity and sport, as well as a potential  tool for aligning international and national policy in these fields and the endorsement by the World Health Assembly of the Global Action Plan on Physical Activity 2018-2030 . The General Assembly expressed its appreciation of the report submitted by the Secretary-General on “Strengthening the global framework for leveraging sport for development and peace” A/73/325. The report recognizes the “broader policy focus of the Kazan Action Plan [KAP], providing a deeper look and comprehensive course of action for universalizing access and eliminating barriers to physical activity and maximizing the contribution of physical activity to improving health and well-being for all, particularly those groups of society in situations of vulnerability or marginalization.”
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Score: 907804.5 - https://en.unesco.org/news/uni...an-action-plan-advancing-sport
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They are taking action and using traditional knowledge and practices as well as preventive measures – in their languages.  Read more.. Sport for Development and Peace Sport is a major contributor to economic and social development. (...) Social and physical distancing measures, lockdowns of businesses, schools and overall social life, which have become commonplace to curtail the spread of the disease, have also disrupted many regular aspects of life, including sport and physical activity. This policy brief highlights the challenges COVID-19 has posed to both the sporting world and to physical activity and well-being, including for marginalized or vulnerable groups. It further provides recommendations for Governments and other stakeholders, as well as for the UN system, to support the safe reopening of sporting events, as well as to support physical activity during the pandemic and beyond.
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Score: 906078.2 - https://www.un.org/development...veryone-included-covid-19.html
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Theme: International Day of Sport for Development and Peace (IDSDP) 2021 The International Day of Sport for Development and Peace 2021 there is an opportunity to recognize the role that sport plays in communities, in individuals’ lives, in building resilience and in the recovery from the pandemic through online and social media activity in the lead up to and on the Day. (...) Sport can cross boundaries, defy stereotypes, improve our physical and emotional health, and inspire hope across nations, but we will only be able to get back to this, if we recover better and help end the pandemic by helping ensure everyone is protected from COVID-19 Using the hashtags #SportDay and #OnlyTogether, interested UN entities and external organizations will be able to tailor the theme to closely fit their own specific mandates and activities to demonstrate how sport and physical activity can help build back better and stronger as society begins to reopen and recover, once the pandemic ends. (...) Objectives The 2021 International Day of Sport for Development and Peace messaging aims to: – Reaffirm the place of sport in the recovery from the pandemic and beyond – Foster equity, solidarity, community and team spirit in response to the pandemic – Encourage healthy habits through physical activity and building emotional wellbeing – and inspire hope through sporting analogies.
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Score: 905232.7 - https://www.un.org/development/desa/dspd/2021/03/sportday/
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Move for Health activities can include organising walking, cycling and leisure sport campaigns in the community and the development of parks and open spaces where people can practice physical activity. (...) The first International Conference for Sport and Development, from 16-18 February, focuses on the role sport can play in development and peace promotion. It is co-organised by Mr Adolf Ogi, the United Nations Secretary-General Special Adviser on Sport for Development and Peace with the Swiss Federal Office of Sport and the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation.
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Score: 903905 - https://www.who.int/news/item/...-benefits-of-physical-activity
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