534 results for ["UN in Action"]
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Features

Lynn's Digital Dialogue

27 Jun 2022

"Lynn's Digital Dialogue" is the story of a young journalist from Beirut who participates in UNSCOL's digital dialogue with Lebanese youth in May 2022.

Also available in Arabic, English

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Features

Liita's Conversa

27 Jun 2022

"Liita's Conversa" is the story of a young woman who participates in "Bolivia Conversa", an AI-assisted digital dialogue with Bolivian citizens launched in December 2021.

Also available in English, Spanish

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Features

Making People's Voices Matter

27 Jun 2022

Using case studies from Yemen, Libya, and Iraq, the UN DPPA Innovation Cell explains how AI-assisted digital dialogues can meaningfully enhance inclusivity and engage diverse voices in peace processes.

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Features

Marwa's Election

27 Jun 2022

"Marwa's Election" is the story of a young Iraqi lawyer-activist who participates in the UN's first-ever AI-assisted digital dialogue with Iraqi voters.

Also available in Arabic, English

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Simon Gronowski is an 89-year-old lawyer, jazz pianist and author who escaped the Holocaust in Nazi Germany during the World War II. He started playing the piano in memory of his late sister who was deported to Auschwitz concentration camp. During the COVID-19 lockdown, he played the piano to his neighbours and passers-by from the window of his Brussels home to lift their spirits up.

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In the small coastal Japanese city of Hakui, elementary students visit local shops to learn how the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) are incorporated in their businesses. They are making "SDG newspapers" for their school and the city. The SDGs, also known as the Global Goals, were adopted by the United Nations in 2015 as a universal call to action to end poverty, protect the planet, and ensure that by 2030 all people enjoy peace and prosperity. UNIA 1681

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With help from the "CURANT" project connecting refugees with locals for house-sharing, Wasil, a young Afghan refugee, has a buddy: Bente, a young man in Antwerp, Belgium.

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Madame Bonjour JohnJ is a drag queen/performer/activist who desires "a world of glitter beyond boundaries."

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We follow the Senegalese photographer Ina Makosi as she wanders between the historic island of Gorée and Dakar's suburbs where she meets with iconic hip hop musicians from West Africa who act as youth influencers and guides.

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Fatma Al Jassim credits the forward-looking approach of the United Arab Emirates in promoting inclusion for persons with disabilities, known in the country as persons of determination. As a young disability activist, she brought a message of inclusion to EXPO 2020 in Dubai, where she spoke with the UN Commissioner-General Maher Nasser.

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