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JP Morgan Challenge

July 9 – 10 2014 WHO and Unicef announced a report on how polio vaccination coverage has dramatically declined in Syria from an average of 99 per cent to 52 per cent. At least 60 per cent [...]

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★ Cool Britannia ★

Join us at Village Underground, 10:30 PM – 2:00 AM on the 5th of February for what will be a very special London-themed event, with music from friends and special guests, with a couple of [...]

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Yoga for Charity

21st of September 2015 Unicef Next Generation hosted Yoga for Charity in collaboration with Copé Active. The event was hosted at Google HQ and taught by Bodyism’s wonderful instructor, [...]

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City Wide London Scavenger Hunt

19th of September 2015 Four teams of ten supporters took the streets of London to compete in a citywide scavenger hunt. The hunt included a list of tasks, which the teams had to complete within [...]

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Syrian Arab Republic

What is happening in Syria? Next Generation London has chosen the Syria cause as its primary focus. Syria remains the largest humanitarian crisis in recent history with over 6.5 million children [...]

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Central African Republic

What’s happening in Central African Republic? Two and a half million children in the Central African Republic are still caught up in the ongoing conflict in Central African Republic and are [...]

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South Sudan

What’s happening in South Sudan? Since the conflict started over a year ago, hundreds of thousands of children have been driven from their homes, schools and communities. Their lives [...]

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Child Protection

Unicef currently supports global efforts to prevent violence, abuse, exploitation and neglect through improved and equitable prevention and child protection systems. This includes promoting areas [...]