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As we mark International Jazz Day, Gronowski, who started playing jazz in memory of his piano-playing sister, tells us how “life is impossible without music.” (...) During the COVID-19 pandemic and first lockdown in Belgium, Gronowski played jazz “to give people courage.” He opened the window from his home in Brussels and started playing the jazz classic ‘On The Sunny Side Of The Street’ from his electric piano for neighbours and passers-by. (...) “I feel good when I play. I feel I am bringing happiness to those around me.”
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Score: 678258.5 - https://www.un.org/es/node/138430
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As we mark International Jazz Day, Gronowski, who started playing jazz in memory of his piano-playing sister, tells us how “life is impossible without music.” (...) During the COVID-19 pandemic and first lockdown in Belgium, Gronowski played jazz “to give people courage.” He opened the window from his home in Brussels and started playing the jazz classic ‘On The Sunny Side Of The Street’ from his electric piano for neighbours and passers-by. (...) “I feel good when I play. I feel I am bringing happiness to those around me.”
Language:English
Score: 678258.5 - https://www.un.org/ar/node/138430
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As we mark International Jazz Day, Gronowski, who started playing jazz in memory of his piano-playing sister, tells us how “life is impossible without music.” (...) During the COVID-19 pandemic and first lockdown in Belgium, Gronowski played jazz “to give people courage.” He opened the window from his home in Brussels and started playing the jazz classic ‘On The Sunny Side Of The Street’ from his electric piano for neighbours and passers-by. (...) “I feel good when I play. I feel I am bringing happiness to those around me.”
Language:English
Score: 678258.5 - https://www.un.org/fr/node/138430
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As we mark International Jazz Day, Gronowski, who started playing jazz in memory of his piano-playing sister, tells us how “life is impossible without music.” (...) During the COVID-19 pandemic and first lockdown in Belgium, Gronowski played jazz “to give people courage.” He opened the window from his home in Brussels and started playing the jazz classic ‘On The Sunny Side Of The Street’ from his electric piano for neighbours and passers-by. (...) “I feel good when I play. I feel I am bringing happiness to those around me.”
Language:English
Score: 678258.5 - https://www.un.org/ru/node/138430
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Some of them only attend the compulsory preschool programme prior to starting school. Around 18 percent of Roma live in the municipality, and some children do not speak Croatian at home with their families.  (...) Valentina is a professional cook, but in her search for work she found an opening for an assistant in a preschool, where she now helps children with disabilities. With time, she also started working in Play Centre, and is responsible for the Toy Library where children can play with and borrow didactic toys. (...) Possible options included an astronaut, an IT specialist or a criminalist, although he was a little worried about the distance from his parents should he choose the first one. Karlo has yet to start school, but he mentioned that tigers were his favourite animal and that he liked to play with toy cars the most. 
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Score: 678233.4 - https://www.unicef.org/croatia/en/node/1986
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So I think the big new message...In the old days, 10 years ago, people would say, "So when does a baby start to see?" or "When does a baby start to hear?" (...) Shonkoff, M.D.: Or people would think about learning in preparation for school, people would say, "Well, so...The year before you start school we should make sure that a child is oriented towards learning." Learning doesn't begin then, learning starts in infancy. Babies are learning all the time.
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Score: 678083.4 - https://www.unicef.org/parenti.../when-do-babies-begin-to-learn
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The journey of Caravan has started in Kant and continued to Cholpon-Ata, Karakol, Kochkor, Naryn, Talas, Bakay-Ata, Suzak, Bazar-Korgon, Osh, Aravan, Batken, Isfana, and Bishkek. (...) With teenagers I played the thread, which is very popular in Kyrgyzstan and Japan. (...) Visit the page Press release 07 June 2018 III World Nomad Games: Caravan of Children's Games starts its journey Visit the page Press release 28 January 2022 Dr.
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Score: 677705.76 - https://www.unicef.org/kyrgyzs...ipated-caravan-childrens-games
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The first four modules are focused on awareness raising and softer skills while the other five modules begin to introduce more technical aspects of starting a business. KAB also includes content to promote gender equality, environmental awareness and disability inclusion among young women and men. (...) Findings included2: • In Syria, 89% of former KAB students found the programme to be useful or very useful in preparing them to start a business, and over 80% found it useful in preparing them to enter the labour market. • In China, a sample survey of former KAB participants found that over 90% of business owners rated it as useful or very useful for starting a business, while former KAB students had fewer objections to employment in a small business than non KAB students, indicating that the programme had changed attitudes. • In Kyrgyzstan, 35% of former KAB students who were now employees said they had tried starting a business, compared with 17% in a control group. (...) Anchored in the ILO’s mission to create decent work for all women and men, this programme is centred on three pillars: • An enabling environment for enterprises - Creating the right framework that enables businesses to start, grow and create decent jobs; • Entrepreneurship and business development - Helping entrepreneurs, in particular youth, women and marginalized groups, to start and build successful enterprises; • Sustainable and responsible workplaces - Demonstrating the link between productivity gains and improved working conditions, good industrial relations and good environmental practices.
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Score: 677427.15 - https://www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/gro...ts/publication/wcms_175469.pdf
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Score: 676427.54 - https://media.un.org/en/asset/k1e/k1erpt9j63
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They told us that in a very polite way”, said Merisa, adding that the proper reaction played a very important role in this situation. “Everyone reacted in the right way, they immediately started working with Davud on his problem. He started his treatments in the Resource room and significant progress was made thanks to timely intervention. (...) If certain deviations are noticed, after consultations with parents, children are sent to Resource room where they have logopaedic treatment along with individual and group work. When they start school, they also receive assistance with studying” said Amina Bećirević, pedagogue and coordinator who was briefly interrupted by us during her work with boys Davud and Hamza.
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Score: 675535.7 - https://www.unicef.org/bih/en/...w-social-services-gora%C5%BEde
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