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UNOSDP Launches New Partnership to Nurture Future Sports Leaders 6 August 2015
Geneva, Switzerland (UNOSDP) – The United Nations Office on Sport for Development and Peace continues to deliver on one of its key priorities as it seals a new cooperation agreement aimed to foster youth development through sport. 
Sport as Globalization and Development Catalyst in Focus at Doha GOALS 2015 27 July 2015
Geneva, Switzerland (UNOSDP) – What opportunities can sport open for emerging economies and how does it help create more inclusive societies? These are two of the questions addressed today by the “Sport and Globalization” panel at the Doha GOALS Forum, featuring the Special Adviser on Sport for Development and Peace Wilfried Lemke. 
Special Adviser Meets Young Reporters to Discuss Media’s Role in Development Thought Sport 3 July 2015
Gwangju, Republic of Korea (UNOSDP) – As part of his visit to Gwangju, where the 2015 Summer Universiade opens today, the United Nations Special Adviser on Sport for Development and Peace Wilfried Lemke met twelve aspiring sports journalists participating in the “U-Media” Young Reporters’ Programme. 
Wilfried Lemke to Attend the Gwangju Universiade 1 July 2015
Geneva, Switzerland (UNOSDP) – With just two days left until the Opening Ceremony of the 28th Summer Universiade, Special Adviser to the United Nations Secretary-General on Sport for Development and Peace Wilfried Lemke departs to Gwangju, Republic of Korea, to attend the event and discuss further cooperation of his office with the Korean partners.
Youth Leadership Programme Alumni Lead Post-Disaster Relief Initiatives in Nepal 22 June 2015
Geneva, Switzerland (UNOSDP) – Since the devastating earthquake hit Nepal in April this year, Lokendra Acharya and Prateek Syangdem have been on the frontline of the country’s recovery efforts.  The two Nepalese youth, who in different years participated in the UNOSDP Youth Leadership Programme (YLP), share with us how the knowledge acquired during the programme is helping them maximize the post-disaster relief activities they are involved in.    
Celebrating first International Yoga Day, UN says ancient practice can boost public health and promote peaceful relations 21 June 2015
New York (UN News Centre) – The first International Day of Yoga is being celebrated around the world today following recognition by the United Nations General Assembly that the holistic benefits of the ancient Indian practice and its inherent compatibility with the principles and values of the UN.
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