#NOlostgeneration "Think, Write, Discuss"

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“Winter was another major issue, with a need for children's winter clothing. 'How are we going to keep the children clean during winter if there is no hot water?'” UNICEF emergency specialist Abdulkadir Musse reports on his experiences in Al Waer, Syria in. Thanks to the US Fund for UNICEF and their latest Global Citizenship Briefs, Musse's visit gives us a first hand look into the war-torn city. Not only does this brief give YOU further insight into the conflict, but also...


Under Siege

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3 years of conflict in Syria. UNICEF has just released their report, 'Under Siege- the devastating impact on children of three years of conflict in Syria.' “Under Siege” is a call on the global community to undertake 6 crucial steps: End the cycle of violence in Syria NOW Grant immediate access to the under-reached 1 million children inside Syria Create an environment where children are protected from explotiation and harm Invest in children's education...


Keeping Young People in Employment, Education, and Training

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Let's keep young people in employment, education, and training! A look at the Bucharest NEET Conference: UNICEF is partnering with the Government of Romania, Civil Society organizations, donors and adolescents and young people themselves to advocate on behalf of adolescents and young people not in employment, education or training (NEET) --- especially those missed in policies, services and programmes What is the goal of the conference? “To create effective learning...


Climate4Action

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Enter the Action4Climate documentary competition by April 1, 2014, and stand a chance to win! What does climate change mean to you? http://ow.ly/sCS7S Climate change is one of the biggest challenges facing our generation. Make a film and show the world what it means to you. Highlight your solutions. Enter Action4Climate: http://connect4climate.org/competition/action4climate


Blanc Ebene

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Selembao, Kinshasa, Congo, RDC. Commentaire de la photographe, Patricia Willocq Ce matin là, je me suis réveillée de bonne heure pour rendre visite à Merveille et son bébé, Basunga. Je l’avais rencontrée par hasard dans la rue, quelques jours auparavant et elle m’avait fièrement présenté Basunga et insisté pour que je prenne sa famille en photo en me disant “Tu sais, je suis la seule albinos en RDC à avoir donné vie à un enfant albinos. Toutes les autres f...


OneMinutesJr. Life of an Ant

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(Wafa'a, 20, Jordan, 2014) A young woman muses on the strength of those who must stand strong and make their own way. As International Women's Day quickly approaches us this week, Wafa'a reminds us about empowerment. Share your stories with us by commenting below or using one of the tags in this post.


"I even achieved my purpose of finding my path.."

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Somar, a young Syrian from Hama is studying Turkish in Nizip-2 Camp in Gaziantep, Turkey.


“We need education so we can rebuild our home”

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Amman, Jordan, February 2014 – Like many teenagers in Jordan, Ghada is nervously awaiting her exam results. “The exams were very hard. They consisted of multiple choice questions on many different areas. I hope I did well.” The 18-year-old from Syria took the first round of her final year Tawjihi exams in January; nine subjects including Maths, English, Arabic and History. “The English and Maths exams were the hardest,” she says. But unlike other teenagers, Ghada stud...


Imagine a world without them.

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Imagine your favorite wild animal or place, like the majestic polar bear bounding across the northern ice tundras, a graceful turtle gliding through the Great Barrier Reef, a soulful orangutan swinging through the magnificent Borneo forest, or a small orange frog glistening in the Amazon. Now imagine a world without them. Pretty hard to fathom?

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March 3rd marks World Wildlife Day, but after today and beyond should we stop thinking about wildlife crime? Does this happen in your country? Tell us here and tag your post as wildlife. Editor’s Note: This post originally appeared on Climasphere to mark World Wildlife Day on March 3. By Kellie Caught, National Manager Climate Change, WWF-Australia Imagine your favorite wild animal or place, like the majestic polar bear bounding across the northern ice tundras, a graceful...


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