Tue, Oct 30, 2018
Location : Amman, Jordan
INTERAGENCY SYRIA CRISIS CHILD PROTECTION REGIONAL WORKSHOP FOR WoS and 3RP COUNTRIES
The No Lost Generation Initiative will be hosting a workshop in Amman, bringing together Child Protection in Emergencies (CPiE) practitioners, advisors and experts from Syria and crisis response countries (Jordan, Lebanon, Iraq, Turkey and Egypt). The workshop will reflect on CPiE programming, appraise and strengthen CP systems and community based approaches, and identify regional priorities and approaches for CPiE programming in the next stages of the Syria response.
Stay tuned for more information.
Thu, Jun 21, 2018
Location : UN Secretariat, New York, USA
Scaling what works: innovative approaches to education in emergencies
In partnership with the Permanent Mission of Jordan and the Global Alliance for Humanitarian Innovation, the NLG Tech Task Force presented a side-event to the ECOSOC Humanitarian Affairs Segment, titled “Scaling what works: innovative approaches to education in emergencies.” The event, which featured videos of Jordanian and refugee children as well as a Q&A with panelists from several different education-oriented organizations, aimed to show thought leaders how the process of leveraging partnerships, innovation, and technology can directly support young people in emergencies, as well as NLG’s role as a key partner for refugee children.
Tue, Jun 05, 2018
Location : The Claremont Club & Spa, Berkeley, California, USA
NLG Tech Task Force at the World Refugee Council workshop
On June 5th, Leila Toplic represented theTech Taskforce on a panel discussion at the World Refugee Council (WRC) Workshop on the role of technology in the Global Migration Crisis. Toplic emphasized that tech alone cannot solve the crisis: the humanitarian and tech communities need political will, positive narratives, and collaboration. This and other recommendations from the workshop will be presented by the WRC to the UN in September.
Tue, Apr 24, 2018
Location : Brussels, Belgium
Second Brussels Conference on Supporting the Future of Syria and the Region
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.
Thu, Mar 15, 2018
Location : Amman - Jordan
Education donor and partner briefing in Amman
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.