No Lost Generation champions are influential individuals who passionately believe that children and youth affected by the Syria crisis must be protected, have access to safe, equitable, quality education; and be given opportunities to meaningfully engage and contribute to social and economic life. They promote the goals of No Lost Generation in their private and public communications as well as delivering key messages at high-level events and over social media.
Dr. Al Meraikhi, the UN Humanitarian Envoy to the UN Secretary-General
“Every Syrian and Iraqi child has the right to learn and develop in a safe environment. When violence shuts downs schools, splits up families, and puts children in harm’s way, we can’t just fail those children. It is our collective responsibility to support them. This should be at the top of the priority list for anyone who would like a peaceful and productive future for the region.”
– Dr. Al Meraikhi, the UN Humanitarian Envoy to the UN Secretary-General
Muzoon Al-Mellahan, UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador, Education Activist
“Conflict can take away your friends, your family, your livelihood, your home, but it can never take away your knowledge. I hope one day to [..] tell stories of how the children of Syria returned to rebuild their country with their education"
– Muzoon Al-Mellahan