Tue, Dec 04, 2018

Location : Amman, Jordan


The No Lost Generation Initiative will be hosting a workshop in Amman, to reflect on programming so far in terms of good practices and learning, while identifying approaches and priorities ahead, in particular in light of the changing context. This workshop will bring together Child Protection practitioners, advisors and experts from Syria, Iraq and the neighboring countries (Jordan, Lebanon, Iraq, Turkey and Egypt)  to reflect, discuss, highlight, and explore promising CP practices from the region and identify ways forward.
Tue, Nov 27, 2018

Location : Online

Building Resilient Higher Education Spaces for Displaced Populations

Rapid advances in technology and online learning have laid the foundations for making higher education opportunities more accessible to adolescents and youth affected by crisis. In this webinar, you will hear about InZone, an academic center at the University of Geneva, focused on building higher education spaces in refugee contexts. InZone partners with UN agencies, NGOs, private sector companies, and higher education institutions to design, implement, and scientifically validate learner-centered and technology-supported pedagogical models. The webinar will feature projects in Azraq Refugee Camp in Jordan and Kakuma Refugee Camp in Kenya. Read more and register HERE.
Wed, Nov 07, 2018

Location : Royal Dublin Society, Dublin, Ireland

Collective Impact in Humanitarian Response

No Lost Generation (NLG) Tech Task Force has brought together experts in humanitarian response and private sector leaders to address the needs of conflict-affected children and youth through collective impact, and human-centered design. This panel, which takes place during the 2018 NetHope Global Summit, will discuss how cross-sector collaboration, technology and co-designing solutions with youth can provide valuable education opportunities. READ MORE
Mon, Oct 15, 2018

Location : Nairobi, Kenya

2018 Round table for Child Protection in Humanitarian Action and Education in Emergencies

No Lost Generation will share their experiences of collaboration and coordination at the regional level across child protection and education in humanitarian settings at the Alliance and Inter-Agency Network of Education in Emergencies (INEE) roundtable. This event will host practitioners, researchers, donors and policy makers to share experiences and ideas to highlight the advantages of collaboration and integrated programming in emergency contexts. The concept and framework of the No Lost Generation Regional Working Group will be presented at the roundtable for other humanitarian contexts to consider. Specifically, the presentation will draw on the multi-sector initiatives which No Lost Generation encourages, such as a regional Child Labor Framework, a regional ECCD forum, and the series of high-level cross-sectoral events No Lost Generation holds. 
Wed, Sep 26, 2018

Location : Beirut, Lebanon

Reads-out of Regional Level No Lost Generation Donor Briefing On Adolescents and Youth 2018

On 26 September, 2018 the Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands in Beirut hosted a regional level discussion under the auspices of the No Lost Generation (NLG) initiative on Adolescents and Youth in the Middle East and North Africa region (MENA). The event brought together young people affected by conflict, humanitarians, development experts and representatives of the international donor community, including: Australia, Canada, Denmark, EU, France, Germany, Italy Norway, Sweden, the UK and the US. Also present was a representative from the American University of Beirut. READ MORE
Tue, Sep 25, 2018

Location : Beirut, Lebanon

Solutions that Work! Evidence Symposium on Adolescents and Youth in the Middle East and North Africa

Following the successes of last year’s first evidence symposium, this September the MENA UN:NGO Group will host a second symposium. This event, which will build on the evidence base established in the 2017 symposium and engage adolescents and youth to identify ways to address issues of employment, engagement, gender and violence in MENA, will aim to collect and share this evidence to inform policy and promote the scale up of good practices to address key issues related to young people in the region. Please click here for more information on how to attend the 2018 Evidence Symposium on Adolescents and Youth.  READ MORE  
Thu, Sep 20, 2018

Location : Online

No Lost Generation Tech Task Force webinar Signpost: One-Stop Informational Portal for Crisis-Affected Individuals

Join us for our newest No Lost Generation Tech Task Force webinar to learn how Mercy Corps and Cisco, along with a number of other partners and supporters, are working together to provide crisis-affected people around the world with critical information and resources through the Signpost Initiative. REGISTER  HERE
Sun, Jun 24, 2018

Location : New York, USA

Education Cannot Wait Resource Mobilization Challenge 2018

ECW will award up to three prizes of up to US$25,000 to those who can offer the best, most innovative and credible idea and a business plan for resource mobilization. In addition to the prize, ECW may consider supporting the implementation of winning proposals with seed funding. READ MORE
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.