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Social media highlights from Australia, Qatar, South Sudan and more

Here’s a selection of photos you may have missed posted on UN social media accounts from around the UN system over the past few weeks and shared with our social media team.  We’ve also included some photos taken by fans and followers.  Thank you to all who contributed!

Staff and students from Valmar Disability Services make a banner for Monday’s International Day of People with Disability (3 December). Our colleagues at UN Information in Canberra posted this picture and more on their Twitter page.

UN humanitarian chief Valerie Amos (@ValerieAmos) and UNICEF Representative Dominique Hyde visit a school supported by UNICEF. Our colleagues at @UNICEFmena posted this picture and more on their Twitter page.

World Food Programme mechanics working in Juba, South Sudan, pose after finishing a training course on truck repair with Renault Trucks Co staff. Our colleagues at @WFPLogistics posted this picture and more on their Twitter page.

UN Refugee Agency (UNHCR) aid worker Kathryn Mahoney posted this photo on Instagram of women fetching water in South Sudan.

Sports can foster peace & development — find out about the visit of representatives from football/soccer club @Inter Milan to the UN this week.  Read more about their visit in this UN News Centre story.

Our colleague Shymaa El-Ansary shared this picture of Palestinian journalists participating in a UN training programme interviewing Twitter’s Mark S. Luckie at their New York offices last week.

Delegates attending the Doha Climate Change Conference in Qatar were treated to many cultural performances on the margins of their negotiations.  Here is a photo of folklore dancing at Qatar National Theater. Follow Doha UN Climate Change Conference Twitter page for more pictures and event updates.

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