The European Union will host a second Brussels Conference on Supporting the Future of Syria and the Region in spring 2018. The 2018 Conference will come as a follow up to the 2017 Brussels Conference, and will aim at keeping the international community’s attention and response to the Syrian crisis on top of the international agenda, and will encourage the full implementation of commitments taken in Brussels in April 2017. This includes continued support to the UN-led process for a negotiated political solution in line with UNSCR 2254, and ensuring respective needs for Syrians inside Syria and in neighbouring countries are met.
Defined Without Borders - is an online Challenge designed by Mercy Corps, a co-lead of the No Lost Generation (NLG) initiative, with the support from the NLG Tech Task Force. Defined Without Borders focuses on the issue of participation: Young people affected by conflict are faced with myriad obstacles and have limited access to participate in and contribute to their communities and connect with their peers in a positive way.
Education partners and donors will meet to be briefed on the Brussels education report prior to the Brussels conference on Supporting the Future of Syria and the Region.
An innovation forum with and for youth and adolescents impacted by the crises in Syria and Iraq to highlight how technology can support education, employment, participation and representation.
Pursuant to its resolution 36/20, the Human Rights Council will convene a high-level panel discussion on violations of the human rights of children in the Syrian Arab Republic.
How an NGO and a University are Collaborating to Provide Language Training to Displaced Youth