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The establishment of this Center is also made possible thanks to the efforts of Mr Hassan Bastani Rad, the Assistant Professor in the Department of History of Shaid Beheshti University and the Iranian focal point to the International Network for the UNESCO Silk Roads Online Platform. The center will run on two scientific groups: the Department of Interdisciplinary Studies on the Silk Roads, as well as the Department of Common Heritages of the Silk Roads.   (...) Iran has also participated in various international initiatives, including the UNESCO Integral Study of the Silk Roads, Roads of Dialogue (1988-1997), as well as the Silk Roads Online Platform, of which it has been a member since 2015. (...) The exact number of Pashto speakers is not known for sure, but most estimates range from 45 million to 55 million.
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Score: 1248645.8 - https://en.unesco.org/silkroad/taxonomy/term/31/feed
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The transformative potential of the ICT and digital technologies is well known. The Generation Four technologies such as AI, data analytics, synthetic biology, genome editing, artificial materials, additive manufacturing, internet of things, etc., have the potential to transform our lives in ways unimaginable. The role that these technologies have played in combating Covid-19 is well known. 3. In India, digital technology have proved invaluable in pushing back the pandemic. They have enabled contact tracing, vaccine delivery, online and mobile-based diagnosis; and targeted delivery of welfare, including food rations for 800 million persons and cash transfers to 400 million persons.
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Score: 1247527.1 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...igital-technologies-India.docx
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The diagnostic screening identifies learning gaps and generates a personalized learning programme that links to the online tutoring resources. These include engaging video lessons involving well-known public figures, which allow progress to be tracked as the child advances. (...) They are designed to be engaging for children with appealing visuals and narration often by famous people well known to the child. Progress reports track individual student progress. (...) As well, since 2017, a national programme led by the Ministry of Education and Science has provided funding for technology-based catch up programmes.
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Score: 1240946.7 - https://www.unicef.org/media/6...-CountrySolutions-Bulgaria.pdf
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The inspiration for the NFT auction are the well-known UNICEF greeting cards that have carried messages of solidarity with the world’s children over the years. With the help of artists, gamers, and tech leaders, as well as UNICEF 's National Ambassadors, we have modernized the initial idea of the greeting cards and created 15 unique NFTs to raise funds for children.  (...) The creation of these works was also supported by the City of Belgrade, which provided mobile cranes, as well as by the Boje paint company, which donated the paint used by the artists.
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Score: 1234592.4 - https://www.unicef.org/serbia/...ion-help-children-disabilities
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The thematic of the 2020 Diaspora Days is “One week at home”, as the city halls, in partnership with hometown associations, prepare 220 online activities during August. The switch to online is a solution in times of pandemic. (...) “August offers the opportunity to support communities to engage with diaspora members. Despite the online celebration, the spirit of the Diaspora Days is special thanks to the wide array of online activities and tools. (...) “The Diaspora Days are a unique chance to make the local opportunities well known to Moldovan emigrants. It is in August when we have the chance to reach out to a wider diaspora public, to people who are back home either virtually or physically,” tells Raisa Dogaru, Head of the NEA.
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Score: 1232237.5 - https://www.undp.org/moldova/p...s-dedicated-2020-diaspora-days
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The full scale and impact of COVID-19 is not yet known. However, what is clear is the need for skilled professionals and civic engagement in the response; particularly in countries where the United Nations is working. (...) UN Volunteer are ready, as well, to be part of longer-term recovery efforts for economic recovery, monitoring and evaluation, and strengthening health systems. (...) Online volunteer assignments vary from translation and graphic design, to impact assessments and data analysis.
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Score: 1211462.8 - https://www.unv.org/node/15744/pdf
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Specifically, it provides media workers, as well as their families, the proper action to take when confronted with any of five different situations considered as acts of violence, namely: (a) personal threats; (b) online threats; (c) actual physical attack, torture, etc.; (d) surveillance; and (e) killing. (...) These are applicable to women journalists as well. These include:  Republic Act 6725, also knowns as Anti-Discrimination Against Women Act prohibits discrimination with respect to terms and conditions of employment solely on the basis of sex.  Republic Act 9262, or An Act Defining Violence Against Women and Their Children, Providing Protective Measures for Victims, Prescribing Penalties Therefor and for Other Purposes, recognizes the need to protect the family and its members particularly women and children, from violence and threats to their personal safety and security.  Republic Act 7882, also known as the Women in Development and Nation Building Act the act that states the Provision of Assistance to Women Engaging in Micro and Cottage Business Enterprises, and for other purposes.  Republic Act 7877, also known as Anti-Sexual Harassment Act, addresses the issue of sexual harassment committed in employment, education or training environment.  Republic Act 8353, also known as Anti-Rape Law of 1997 states that any person having carnal knowledge of a woman through force, threat, or intimidation or by means of fraudulent machination or grave abuse of authority will be punished.  Republic Act 8505, also known as Rape Victim Assistance Protection Act of 1998 declares the policy of the State to provide necessary assistance and protection for rape victims.  Republic Act 9710, also known as the Magna Carta for Women is a comprehensive women's human rights law that seeks to eliminate discrimination through the recognition, protection, fulfillment, and promotion of the rights of Filipino women, especially those belonging in the marginalized sectors of the society. (...) Worth mentioning is House Bill 2476 (HB 2476), otherwise known as the “Media Workers’ Welfare Act” (MWWA), pending before Congress.
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Score: 1207294.9 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...ists/Government/Philipines.pdf
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Specifically, it provides media workers, as well as their families, the proper action to take when confronted with any of five different situations considered as acts of violence, namely: (a) personal threats; (b) online threats; (c) actual physical attack, torture, etc.; (d) surveillance; and (e) killing. (...) These are applicable to women journalists as well. These include:  Republic Act 6725, also knowns as Anti-Discrimination Against Women Act prohibits discrimination with respect to terms and conditions of employment solely on the basis of sex.  Republic Act 9262, or An Act Defining Violence Against Women and Their Children, Providing Protective Measures for Victims, Prescribing Penalties Therefor and for Other Purposes, recognizes the need to protect the family and its members particularly women and children, from violence and threats to their personal safety and security.  Republic Act 7882, also known as the Women in Development and Nation Building Act the act that states the Provision of Assistance to Women Engaging in Micro and Cottage Business Enterprises, and for other purposes.  Republic Act 7877, also known as Anti-Sexual Harassment Act, addresses the issue of sexual harassment committed in employment, education or training environment.  Republic Act 8353, also known as Anti-Rape Law of 1997 states that any person having carnal knowledge of a woman through force, threat, or intimidation or by means of fraudulent machination or grave abuse of authority will be punished.  Republic Act 8505, also known as Rape Victim Assistance Protection Act of 1998 declares the policy of the State to provide necessary assistance and protection for rape victims.  Republic Act 9710, also known as the Magna Carta for Women is a comprehensive women's human rights law that seeks to eliminate discrimination through the recognition, protection, fulfillment, and promotion of the rights of Filipino women, especially those belonging in the marginalized sectors of the https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Malaca%C3%B1ang_Palace Republic of the Philippines Office of the President PRESIDENTIAL TASK FORCE ON MEDIA SECURITY 2nd Floor, Philippine Cancer Society Bldg., 310 San Rafael St., Malacañang, San Miguel, Manila Tel. (...) Worth mentioning is House Bill 2476 (HB 2476), otherwise known as the “Media Workers’ Welfare Act” (MWWA), pending before Congress.
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Score: 1186057.2 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...ts/Government/Philippines2.pdf
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As the world moves towards a sustainable development agenda for beyond 2015, this Event is especially timely, for reviewing progress to date as well as for developing proposals for future-oriented action. (...) This entails not only continuity and reliability of ICT services, but also effective prevention and combating of online criminal threats. As is well known, ICTs – in addition to bringing many positive benefits – can also be misused. (...) Such actions are critical for enabling and empowering citizens, whilst ensuring the protection of their privacy, personal data, and human rights in the digital environment; as well as enhancing the safety of children and other vulnerable groups online.
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Score: 1180049.4 - https://www.itu.int/net/wsis/i.../Ms.Sara.Greenblatt_UNODC.docx
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The full scale and impact of COVID-19 is not yet known. However, what is clear is the need for skilled professionals and civic engagement in the response; particularly in countries where the United Nations is working.  (...) UN Volunteer are ready, as well, to be part of longer-term recovery efforts for economic recovery, monitoring and evaluation, and strengthening health systems. (...) Online volunteer assignments vary from translation and graphic design, to impact assessments and data analysis. 
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Score: 1171309.5 - https://www.unv.org/news/un-vo...unteers-join-covid-19-response
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