Thursday, 30 October 2014

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UNRIC campaigns

In an organized effort to promote the work of the United Nations system, raise awareness and influence international decision making, there are a number of campaigns being organized throughout the year that the public can take part in.

Red Card to Child Labour

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redcardIn several sporting disciplines, but especially in football, the red card sanctions faults which are liable to exclusion from the field In 2002, the ILO's International Programme on the Elimination of Child Labour (IPEC) decided to use the symbol of the red card to raise awareness in preventing, challenging and eliminating child labour through advocacy campaigns.

World Tourism Day Campaign

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WTD13 logo EN-WEBIn support of United Nations International Year of Water Cooperation, World Tourism Day (WTD) 2013 will be held under the theme Tourism and Water: Protecting our Common Future.

Be part of the Day! Take part in the upcoming WTD Photo Competition, join the conversation on Twitter (#WTD2013), and let them know how you will be celebrating.

MY World: Global Survey

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MyWorld-bannerVote for the changes that would make the most difference to your world

The United Nations and partners want to hear from YOU! MY World is a global survey asking you to choose your priorities for a better world. Results will be shared with world leaders in setting the next global development agenda. Tell us about the world you want, because your voice matters.

Global contribution for global peace

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pk-dashboardsmallDPKO's Public Affairs Section has launched its latest digital campaign on 'A global contribution for global peace,' to acknowledge over 110 countries that contribute more than 95,000 UN military and police personnel to UN peacekeeping. They come from nations large and small, rich and poor. They bring different cultures and experience to the job, but are united in their determination for peace.

Innovate Your Future

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#InnovateYourFutureECOSOC has launched a major online campaign aimed at bringing the voices of youth into the important discussions and decisions of the Council ahead of its annual meeting in July. Youth are invited to share their ideas and thoughts on how science, technology and culture can help shape a sustainable world on ECOSOC's dedicated Facebook page. Just launched is also a Thunderclap page, asking people across the globe to help empower youth to sustain the planet.

The online forum will run from 20 March to 1 July 2013

Zero Hunger Challenge

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ZeroHungerChallengeEliminating hunger involves investments in agriculture, rural development, decent work, social protection and equality of opportunity. It will make a major contribution to peace and stability and to the reduction of poverty. It will contribute to better nutrition for all – especially women from the beginning of pregnancy and children under the age of two. The United Nations Secretary-General gives top priority to the elimination of hunger. He appreciates the bold leadership by many from government, civil society, business, labour unions, consumer groups and the scientific community. They succeed through working together.

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