December 13, 2019

Make Your Idol Proud • CHOOSE SPORT • S3E6

Djanbulot always looked up to his idols Jackie Chan and Jet Li who inspired him to start doing wushu. Years of practice and hard work turned Djanbulot from a street hooligan to a disciplined martial artist who would make his idols proud.

December 13, 2019

Find Your Happy Pace • CHOOSE SPORT • S3E5

"The things we learn from sport we use in life," - 23-year-old Hokim believes that if it was not for running, he'd have made many wrong and harmful decisions in his life.

November 28, 2019

Love at First Spike • CHOOSE SPORT • S3E4

Playing team sports, youth find power in being supportive, generous and open. "I learned a lot about how to communicate with friends," - says Ulan.

November 28, 2019

Kicking up Confidence • CHOOSE SPORT • S3E3

14-year-old Malika won't let anyone push her around! Boys used to pick up on her... but not anymore! Malika chose a sport that empowers her & builds her confidence.

November 28, 2019

Find Your Guiding Light • CHOOSE SPORT • S3E2

When young people #ChooseSport over risky habits, their lives transform. 15-year-old Ibodullo used to hang out with the wrong crowd and was a street hooligan. After starting practicing jujitsu, he became more disciplined and "found his light for a healthy life".

November 28, 2019

Down Hill but on the Rise • CHOOSE SPORT • S3E1

From the city streets to the city council - Ivan from Kyrgyzstan has traveled a long way. When his life was going downhill, he decided to take a sharp turn and #ChooseSport . Skiing gave Ivan the inner strength to help others in his community.

November 25, 2019

The Global Judicial Integrity Network: Upholding Judicial Integrity

Judge Edith Zeller, President of the Association of European Administrative Judges, speaks with the Global Judicial Integrity Network on how to promote judicial integrity and prevent judicial misconduct by creating codes of judicial conduct. 

November 8, 2019

A Gender-Responsive Approach to Human Trafficking and Migrant Smuggling

Trafficking in persons and smuggling of migrants are very complex crimes. It is important to understand these complexities for a sustainable and effective response. Indeed, there are several misconceptions about victims of trafficking and the smuggling of migrants. Truth is that victims of trafficking and smuggled migrants can be men, women, girls, and boys who are exploited for different purposes. Thus, it is important to know what is a gender-responsive approach to human trafficking and migrant smuggling and why is it important to understand the complexities of these crimes?