Everything you need to know about No Lost Generation

Vendor: UNHCR

Start: Tue, Mar 21, 2017 10:00 AM
End: Tue, Mar 21, 2017 11:00 AM

Tue, March 21, 2017 - 10:00 - 11:00 AM (US East)

Last year, donors spent $0.5 billion on education and child protection in response to the Syria and Iraq crises. This level of investment in sectors which are normally last in line is unprecedented in humanitarian response. The challenge now is to keep it up.

Please join us for a webinar briefing on the No Lost Generation initiative – a multi-partner effort led by UNICEF, Mercy Corps, Save the Children and World Vision international which aims to keep children and youth high on the agenda in the response to the Syria and Iraq crises.

Presentations will be relevant to anyone working on programming, communications, donor relations or advocacy in support of responses in Syria, Iraq, Jordan, Lebanon, Turkey and Egypt – as well as to anyone curious to link with or No Lost Generation or try something similar in another context. Please do share this invite with colleagues or partners who may be interested to join.

Programme:

  1. Overview of No Lost Generation: how it started, how it works now and learning so far.

    UNICEF’s NLG Advisor in MENARO, Katy Barnett

  2. No Lost Generation advocacy in 2017: what to expect.

    UNHCR’s Senior Regional Protection Officer (MENA), Amit Sen

  3. How No Lost Generation can best support your work.

    Mercy Corps’ Regional Youth Advisor in MENA, Amie Wells

  4. Q and A, including any suggestions and ideas on how to make No Lost Generation accessible and relevant to all those whose work it can support.

Questions to: Jack Davies, No Lost Generation Knowledge Management officer 

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