Wed, Jul 08, 2020

Location : Webinar

MHPSS Multi-Stakeholder Meeting

The MHPSS Task Force of NLG was established in March 2019 with the aim to improve the coordination and quality of the MHPSS response for children, adolescents and youth. The multi-stakeholders webinar presented the mapping results of MHPSS programmes targeting children, adolescents and youth and their parents/caregivers in Syria and from Syria and Iraq crises affected countries – Egypt, Jordan, Lebanon and Turkey. For final results read the MHPSS Mapping Executive Summary. 
Tue, Jun 30, 2020

Location : Webinar

Brussels IV Syria Conference

The Brussels IV Conference on "Supporting the Future of Syria and the Region" (Brussels IV) which was co-chaired by the European Union and the United Nations is a major pledging event for the region. Read more about the outcomes of the event here   
Mon, Jun 29, 2020

Location : Webinar

Keeping Promise for the No Lost Generation: Protecting, Educating, and Listening to the Voice of Syria's Children, Adolescent, and Youth

The No Lost Generation partners launched key advocacy messages on the Syria crisis during the Brussels Conference. The NLG initiative sought to ensure that children’s needs and concerns were heard as part of the Brussels Conference. The webinar reflected on achievements, challenges, and recommendations to host governments, authorities in Syria and the donor community. The session was aligned with NLG’s key advocacy messages and focused on ensuring an environment for children, adolescents and youth’s well-being. The No Lost Generation initiative launched a NLG Advocacy Brief, NLG Advocacy Package, and a short video of the NLG Adolescent and Youth Voices.
Sun, Dec 15, 2019

Location : Doha, Qatar

Special Session on the No Lost Generation initiative in the margins of the Doha Forum

On 15 December 2019, at the invitation of the UN Secretary-General’s Humanitarian Envoy H.E. Dr. Ahmed Al-Meraikhi and with the gracious support of the Qatar Ministry of Foreign Affairs, No Lost Generation organized a special session on the initiative in the margins of the Doha Forum.The session aimed to familiarize Qatar-based funding partners with the work and advocacy objectives of the NLG partner organizations. The NLG co-chairs provided a brief overview of the NLG initiative, highlighted the continued need for high levels of support to children, adolescents and youth affected by the Syria and Iraq crises, and described how NLG partners are working to address some of the core issues related to education, child protection and adolescents and youth that are holding children and young people back. The presentation was followed by a Q&A session and was attended by representatives from organizations such as THIMUN Foundation, Ooredoo, Education Above All, World Innovation Summit for Education, Qatar National Research Fund, Silatech, Reach out to Asia, Qatar Charity, UNHCR, Brookings Doha Center, Doha International Family Institute and WFP.
Tue, Dec 10, 2019

Location : Amman, Jordan

No Lost Generation Donor Briefing and Panel Discussion on Early Childhood Development

On 10 December, 2019, the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation hosted a briefing on Early Childhood Development (ECD), under the auspices of the No Lost Generation (NLG) initiative and organized by Plan International and the International Rescue Committee. The briefing addressed the effect of emergency contexts on ECD and the opportunities and obstacles stakeholders experience when investing in solutions. In the first panel, panelists addressed best practices, challenges, and recommendations in programming, while the second panel addressed the funding and programming gaps affecting ECD projects in the region. Plan International, War Child, IRC, and UNICEF discussed the importance of a multi-sector approach to ECD, including education, protection, health, and nutrition sectors. In the second panel, the Bernard Van Leer Foundation, Lego Foundation, Doha International Family Institute, and the WHO discussed policy and funding gaps that donor agencies, experts, and policy makers should address to improve ECD programming in the region. The panelists highlighted the importance of continuing to develop strong partnerships between ECD actors responding to the crisis in Syria and Iraq. 
Tue, Jun 25, 2019

Location : Amman, Jordan

NLG Tech Summit 2019: Connecting Learning to Earning

The third annual No Lost Generation Tech Summit, co-led by UNICEF and NetHope, will be held 25 – 26 June in Amman, Jordan. The NLG Tech Summit will bring together youth, private sector actors, humanitarian experts, academic institutions and donors to explore new, innovative and tech-enabled solutions for addressing the education and employment needs of young people across the region, particularly those affected by the crises in Syria and Iraq. We are calling on all organizations across the Middle East and North Africa region - UN:NGO agencies, nonprofits, private sector, academic institutions and the startup community - to submit their solutions and programs that are helping to address the education and employment needs of young people in MENA before April 1, 2019. If you are a private sector organization, a nonprofit, an academic institution, or a startup/accelerator/incubator and would like to come to NLG Tech Summit, please apply here to attend.
Mon, Apr 22, 2019

Location : Landmark in Amman, Jordan

Briefing on Participatory Action Research: A Dialogue with Young Researchers from the MENA Region

The EU Delegation in Jordan is pleased to invite you to a regional level briefing and discussion co-hosted by UNICEF’s Regional Office for the Middle East and North Africa on behalf of the No Lost Generation partnership, on 22 April 2019, at the Landmark hotel in Amman from 9am to 12pm.  Funded by the EU Regional Trust Fund in Response to the Syrian Crisis (the “Madad” Fund), the Participatory Action Research project is a systematic adolescent and youth engagement initiative that aims to generate evidence with and for young people – particularly from vulnerable and marginalized backgrounds, to empower them to lead community-based research, and support them in becoming change makers/advocates on issues of concern to them. This briefing will focus on research produced by young people from Syria and Syria-crisis-affected countries, providing them a forum to share their main findings and advocate on the issues they have explored and prioritized for action in their communities.  To RSVP, please contact Henrik Dale at by April 10, 2019
Tue, Mar 12, 2019

Location : Belgium, Brussels

Third Brussels Conference on Supporting the Future of Syria and the Region

On 12-14 March the EU and the UN will co-host a third Brussels Conference on Supporting the Future of Syria and the Region. No Lost Generation partners are working with bloggers on the Voices of Youth Arabic blogging platform to produce a short video where young people can share their experiences and perspectives with policy makers and donors at the conference. It is hoped that one session in the conference will focus on the importance of Education and Child Protection, urging the international community and governments in the region to continue and step up their efforts to ensure that all children and young people have access to high quality learning opportunities, and are protected from exploitative labor, child marriage, and other forms of violence that disrupt access to education.
Tue, Dec 04, 2018

Location : Amman, Jordan


No Lost Generation will be hosting a workshop in Amman, supported by the EU regional trust fund "MADAD", 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.