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 Anatoly Karpov: UNICEF Regional Ambassador
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Anatoly Karpov

Damage Assessment Reports

International Meeting for the Sustained Elimination of Iodine Deficiency Disorders, Beijing, 2002

Copenhagen Consensus





World Chess Champion from 1975-1985 and again in 1993, Mr. Karpov's many books on his career as an International Grand Master have been best-sellers in several languages. He became UNICEF’s Regional Ambassador for Central and Eastern Europe, the Commonwealth of Independent States and the Baltic states in 2000.

Background of Anatoly Karpov
UNICEF Regional Ambassador for CEE/CIS and Baltic States

Activities and achievements 2003-2004
UNICEF Regional Ambassador for CEE/CIS and Baltic States

Briefing to UN Palais Media, Geneva, 23 September 2004


Talking points for Anatoly Karpov

Presentation: Ending Iodine Deficiency Progress and challenges in CEE/CIS and the Baltic States (POWER POINT)
Regional Ambassador, UNICEF CEE/CIS & Baltics 23 September 2004 Palais des Nations



Selected press material related to Karpov's work in the region  

An interview with UNICEF Regional Ambassador Anatoly Karpov who champions iodized salt
UNICEF (By Tani Ruiz) GENEVA, September 2004

Briefing Notes for Mr. Karpov, Chess World Champion in Almaty
Press-Conference at Scientist’s House
Kazakhstan, February 2003

Press Release: Anatoly Karpov Visits Yugoslav Commission for Iodine Deficiency Disorder Prevention and Control
June 2002

Chess whiz Anatoly Karpov helps launch campaign against iodine deficiency
NEW YORK, 8 May 2002

Speech of Anatoly Karpov at the Special Session on Children Panel: A smart start for children, 8 May 2002

Mr. Karpov draws attention to the problem of iodine deficiency in Ukraine
September 2002 (PDF version with photo)

Press Release: Former world chess champion Karpov makes move to help children
November 2000



A Guide to Working with UNICEF Goodwill Ambassadors


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