United Nations Web TV - Secretary-General Copyright 2013-14 Wed, 04 May 2016 02:01:01 -0400 http://webtv.un.org Ban Ki-moon, World Press Freedom Day 2016 http://webtv.un.org/watch/ban-ki-moon-world-press-freedom-day-2016-/4876646191001 United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon video message on the occasion of World Press Freedom Day 2016. Theme: 2016 Theme: Access to Information and Fundamental Freedoms - This Is Your Right! video4876646191001 Tue, 03 May 2016 17:56:47 -0400 4876646191001 97472 Ban Ki-moon (UN Secretary-General) on Healthcare in armed conflict - Security Council, 7685th meeting http://webtv.un.org/watch/ban-ki-moon-un-secretary-general-on-healthcare-in-armed-conflict-security-council-7685th-meeting/4876098372001 Opening remarks by United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon at the 7685th meeting of the Security Council on the Protection of civilians in armed conflict. Theme: Healthcare in armed conflict. video4876098372001 Tue, 03 May 2016 11:43:00 -0400 4876098372001 620607 Ban Ki-moon (UN Secretary-General) at the opening of the Economic and Social Council Integration segment - 2016 session, 19th meeting http://webtv.un.org/watch/ban-ki-moon-un-secretary-general-at-the-opening-of-the-economic-and-social-council-integration-segment-2016-session-19th-meeting/4874493982001 Opening remarks by H.E Mr. Ban Ki-moon, Secretary- General of the United Nations at the opening of the Economic and Social Council Integration segment (2016 session, 19th meeting). video4874493982001 Mon, 02 May 2016 11:14:03 -0400 4874493982001 272298 Ban Ki-Moon and Thomas Bach - Media Stakeout (Geneva, 29 April 2016) http://webtv.un.org/watch/ban-ki-moon-and-thomas-bach-media-stakeout-geneva-29-april-2016/4869697657001 The UN Secretary-General, Mr. Ban Ki-moon, and the President of the International Olympic Committee (IOC), Mr. Thomas Bach. After the Ceremony Celebrating the Olympic Spirit. video4869697657001 Fri, 29 Apr 2016 07:00:27 -0400 4869697657001 789472 Natalia Mayara - Celebrating the Olympic Spirit http://webtv.un.org/watch/natalia-mayara-celebrating-the-olympic-spirit/4869697648001 Natalia Mayara, Brazilian Paralympian and Women's singles Gold medalist in Wheel Chair Tennis video4869697648001 Fri, 29 Apr 2016 06:23:43 -0400 4869697648001 108334 Ceremony to commemorate the International Day of Sport for Development and Peace and the presentation of the Olympic Cup Award to the UN in the Presence of the Olympic Flame. The Olympic Flame will stop at the United Nations Office at Geneva on Friday 29 April 2016, as it starts making its way to the Olympic Games Rio 2016 in Brazil this summer. The Flame, to be officially lit at Ancient Olympia, Greece, tomorrow 21 April, will arrive at the Palais des Nations in a lantern carried by a child, and will shine brightly at a ceremony commemorating the International Day of Sport for Development and Peace. The United Nations Secretary-General, Ban Ki-moon, and the President of the International Olympic Committee (IOC), Thomas Bach, will attend the ceremony. Other dignitaries expected include: · Michael Møller, Director General of the United Nations Office at Geneva · Wilfried Lemke, the Secretary-General’s Special Adviser on Sport for Development and Peace · Ricardo Leyser, Brazil’s Minister for Sport · Carlos Arthur Nuzman, President of the Rio 2016 Organizing Committee · Regina Dunlop, Brazil’s Permanent Representative to the United Nations Office at Geneva and other international organizations in Geneva. The International Day of Sport for Development and Peace is normally celebrated on 6 April to highlight the positive influence sport can have on the advancement of human rights, and social and economic development. This year’s commemoration in Geneva coincides with the Olympic Flame’s arrival in Switzerland. During the ceremony, IOC President Thomas Bach will also be presenting the Olympic Cup to the United Nations. Its Secretary-General, Ban Ki-moon, will be accepting the award on behalf of the Organization. The IOC awards the Olympic Cup to an association or institution that has provided distinguished service to sport or contributed successfully to the promotion of the Olympic ideals. Geneva will be the first stopover in Switzerland for the Flame before it moves to the Olympic Museum in Lausanne and then heads to Brazil. Accredited media are welcome to attend the ceremony and take part in the following photo opportunities and press encounter. Ricardo Leyser (Brazil) - Celebrating the Olympic Spirit http://webtv.un.org/watch/ricardo-leyser-brazil-celebrating-the-olympic-spirit/4869697647001 H.E. Mr. Ricardo Leyser Gonçalves, Brazil's Minister for Sport video4869697647001 Fri, 29 Apr 2016 05:58:37 -0400 4869697647001 409995 Ceremony to commemorate the International Day of Sport for Development and Peace and the presentation of the Olympic Cup Award to the UN in the Presence of the Olympic Flame. The Olympic Flame will stop at the United Nations Office at Geneva on Friday 29 April 2016, as it starts making its way to the Olympic Games Rio 2016 in Brazil this summer. The Flame, to be officially lit at Ancient Olympia, Greece, tomorrow 21 April, will arrive at the Palais des Nations in a lantern carried by a child, and will shine brightly at a ceremony commemorating the International Day of Sport for Development and Peace. The United Nations Secretary-General, Ban Ki-moon, and the President of the International Olympic Committee (IOC), Thomas Bach, will attend the ceremony. Other dignitaries expected include: · Michael Møller, Director General of the United Nations Office at Geneva · Wilfried Lemke, the Secretary-General’s Special Adviser on Sport for Development and Peace · Ricardo Leyser, Brazil’s Minister for Sport · Carlos Arthur Nuzman, President of the Rio 2016 Organizing Committee · Regina Dunlop, Brazil’s Permanent Representative to the United Nations Office at Geneva and other international organizations in Geneva. The International Day of Sport for Development and Peace is normally celebrated on 6 April to highlight the positive influence sport can have on the advancement of human rights, and social and economic development. This year’s commemoration in Geneva coincides with the Olympic Flame’s arrival in Switzerland. During the ceremony, IOC President Thomas Bach will also be presenting the Olympic Cup to the United Nations. Its Secretary-General, Ban Ki-moon, will be accepting the award on behalf of the Organization. The IOC awards the Olympic Cup to an association or institution that has provided distinguished service to sport or contributed successfully to the promotion of the Olympic ideals. Geneva will be the first stopover in Switzerland for the Flame before it moves to the Olympic Museum in Lausanne and then heads to Brazil. Accredited media are welcome to attend the ceremony and take part in the following photo opportunities and press encounter. Carlos Arthur Nuzman - Celebrating the Olympic Spirit http://webtv.un.org/watch/carlos-arthur-nuzman-celebrating-the-olympic-spirit/4869697646001 Carlos Arthur Nuzman, President of the Rio 2016 Organizing Committee video4869697646001 Fri, 29 Apr 2016 05:54:18 -0400 4869697646001 377441 Ceremony to commemorate the International Day of Sport for Development and Peace and the presentation of the Olympic Cup Award to the UN in the Presence of the Olympic Flame. The Olympic Flame will stop at the United Nations Office at Geneva on Friday 29 April 2016, as it starts making its way to the Olympic Games Rio 2016 in Brazil this summer. The Flame, to be officially lit at Ancient Olympia, Greece, tomorrow 21 April, will arrive at the Palais des Nations in a lantern carried by a child, and will shine brightly at a ceremony commemorating the International Day of Sport for Development and Peace. The United Nations Secretary-General, Ban Ki-moon, and the President of the International Olympic Committee (IOC), Thomas Bach, will attend the ceremony. Other dignitaries expected include: · Michael Møller, Director General of the United Nations Office at Geneva · Wilfried Lemke, the Secretary-General’s Special Adviser on Sport for Development and Peace · Ricardo Leyser, Brazil’s Minister for Sport · Carlos Arthur Nuzman, President of the Rio 2016 Organizing Committee · Regina Dunlop, Brazil’s Permanent Representative to the United Nations Office at Geneva and other international organizations in Geneva. The International Day of Sport for Development and Peace is normally celebrated on 6 April to highlight the positive influence sport can have on the advancement of human rights, and social and economic development. This year’s commemoration in Geneva coincides with the Olympic Flame’s arrival in Switzerland. During the ceremony, IOC President Thomas Bach will also be presenting the Olympic Cup to the United Nations. Its Secretary-General, Ban Ki-moon, will be accepting the award on behalf of the Organization. The IOC awards the Olympic Cup to an association or institution that has provided distinguished service to sport or contributed successfully to the promotion of the Olympic ideals. Geneva will be the first stopover in Switzerland for the Flame before it moves to the Olympic Museum in Lausanne and then heads to Brazil. Accredited media are welcome to attend the ceremony and take part in the following photo opportunities and press encounter. Presentation of the Olympic Cup - Celebrating the Olympic Spirit http://webtv.un.org/watch/presentation-of-the-olympic-cup-celebrating-the-olympic-spirit/4869697645001 IOC President Thomas Bach presenting the Olympic Cup to the United Nations Secretary-General, Ban Ki-moon. video4869697645001 Fri, 29 Apr 2016 05:53:08 -0400 4869697645001 354964 Ceremony to commemorate the International Day of Sport for Development and Peace and the presentation of the Olympic Cup Award to the UN in the Presence of the Olympic Flame. The Olympic Flame will stop at the United Nations Office at Geneva on Friday 29 April 2016, as it starts making its way to the Olympic Games Rio 2016 in Brazil this summer. The Flame, to be officially lit at Ancient Olympia, Greece, tomorrow 21 April, will arrive at the Palais des Nations in a lantern carried by a child, and will shine brightly at a ceremony commemorating the International Day of Sport for Development and Peace. The United Nations Secretary-General, Ban Ki-moon, and the President of the International Olympic Committee (IOC), Thomas Bach, will attend the ceremony. Other dignitaries expected include: · Michael Møller, Director General of the United Nations Office at Geneva · Wilfried Lemke, the Secretary-General’s Special Adviser on Sport for Development and Peace · Ricardo Leyser, Brazil’s Minister for Sport · Carlos Arthur Nuzman, President of the Rio 2016 Organizing Committee · Regina Dunlop, Brazil’s Permanent Representative to the United Nations Office at Geneva and other international organizations in Geneva. The International Day of Sport for Development and Peace is normally celebrated on 6 April to highlight the positive influence sport can have on the advancement of human rights, and social and economic development. This year’s commemoration in Geneva coincides with the Olympic Flame’s arrival in Switzerland. During the ceremony, IOC President Thomas Bach will also be presenting the Olympic Cup to the United Nations. Its Secretary-General, Ban Ki-moon, will be accepting the award on behalf of the Organization. The IOC awards the Olympic Cup to an association or institution that has provided distinguished service to sport or contributed successfully to the promotion of the Olympic ideals. Geneva will be the first stopover in Switzerland for the Flame before it moves to the Olympic Museum in Lausanne and then heads to Brazil. Accredited media are welcome to attend the ceremony and take part in the following photo opportunities and press encounter. Thomas Bach (IOC) - Celebrating the Olympic Spirit http://webtv.un.org/watch/thomas-bach-ioc-celebrating-the-olympic-spirit/4869697644001 Thomas Bach, President of the International Olympic Committee (IOC) at Ceremony to commemorate the International Day of Sport for Development and Peace and the presentation of the Olympic Cup Award to the UN in the Presence of the Olympic Flame. video4869697644001 Fri, 29 Apr 2016 05:52:30 -0400 4869697644001 569354 The Olympic Flame will stop at the United Nations Office at Geneva on Friday 29 April 2016, as it starts making its way to the Olympic Games Rio 2016 in Brazil this summer. The Flame, to be officially lit at Ancient Olympia, Greece, tomorrow 21 April, will arrive at the Palais des Nations in a lantern carried by a child, and will shine brightly at a ceremony commemorating the International Day of Sport for Development and Peace. The United Nations Secretary-General, Ban Ki-moon, and the President of the International Olympic Committee (IOC), Thomas Bach, will attend the ceremony. Other dignitaries expected include: · Michael Møller, Director General of the United Nations Office at Geneva · Wilfried Lemke, the Secretary-General’s Special Adviser on Sport for Development and Peace · Ricardo Leyser, Brazil’s Minister for Sport · Carlos Arthur Nuzman, President of the Rio 2016 Organizing Committee · Regina Dunlop, Brazil’s Permanent Representative to the United Nations Office at Geneva and other international organizations in Geneva. The International Day of Sport for Development and Peace is normally celebrated on 6 April to highlight the positive influence sport can have on the advancement of human rights, and social and economic development. This year’s commemoration in Geneva coincides with the Olympic Flame’s arrival in Switzerland. During the ceremony, IOC President Thomas Bach will also be presenting the Olympic Cup to the United Nations. Its Secretary-General, Ban Ki-moon, will be accepting the award on behalf of the Organization. The IOC awards the Olympic Cup to an association or institution that has provided distinguished service to sport or contributed successfully to the promotion of the Olympic ideals. Geneva will be the first stopover in Switzerland for the Flame before it moves to the Olympic Museum in Lausanne and then heads to Brazil. Accredited media are welcome to attend the ceremony and take part in the following photo opportunities and press encounter. Michael Møller (UNOG) - Celebrating the Olympic Spirit http://webtv.un.org/watch/michael-møller-unog-celebrating-the-olympic-spirit/4869697643001 Michael Møller, Director General of the United Nations Office at Geneva video4869697643001 Fri, 29 Apr 2016 05:52:15 -0400 4869697643001 376489 Ceremony to commemorate the International Day of Sport for Development and Peace and the presentation of the Olympic Cup Award to the UN in the Presence of the Olympic Flame. The Olympic Flame will stop at the United Nations Office at Geneva on Friday 29 April 2016, as it starts making its way to the Olympic Games Rio 2016 in Brazil this summer. The Flame, to be officially lit at Ancient Olympia, Greece, tomorrow 21 April, will arrive at the Palais des Nations in a lantern carried by a child, and will shine brightly at a ceremony commemorating the International Day of Sport for Development and Peace. The United Nations Secretary-General, Ban Ki-moon, and the President of the International Olympic Committee (IOC), Thomas Bach, will attend the ceremony. Other dignitaries expected include: · Michael Møller, Director General of the United Nations Office at Geneva · Wilfried Lemke, the Secretary-General’s Special Adviser on Sport for Development and Peace · Ricardo Leyser, Brazil’s Minister for Sport · Carlos Arthur Nuzman, President of the Rio 2016 Organizing Committee · Regina Dunlop, Brazil’s Permanent Representative to the United Nations Office at Geneva and other international organizations in Geneva. The International Day of Sport for Development and Peace is normally celebrated on 6 April to highlight the positive influence sport can have on the advancement of human rights, and social and economic development. This year’s commemoration in Geneva coincides with the Olympic Flame’s arrival in Switzerland. During the ceremony, IOC President Thomas Bach will also be presenting the Olympic Cup to the United Nations. Its Secretary-General, Ban Ki-moon, will be accepting the award on behalf of the Organization. The IOC awards the Olympic Cup to an association or institution that has provided distinguished service to sport or contributed successfully to the promotion of the Olympic ideals. Geneva will be the first stopover in Switzerland for the Flame before it moves to the Olympic Museum in Lausanne and then heads to Brazil. Accredited media are welcome to attend the ceremony and take part in the following photo opportunities and press encounter.