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UNICEF and Microsoft launch global learning platform to help address COVID-19 education crisis
As school closures in more than 190 countries force over 1.57 billion students from their classrooms, the Learning Passport aims to keep children learning.
GenU Global Board responds to COVID-19
4th meeting of the GenU Global Board identified urgent solutions to address the needs of young people whose opportunities are being impacted by COVID-19.
The partnership’s primary decision making body approves annual strategic priorities and budget, and oversees the GenU Trust Fund, among other functions
Generation Unlimited and COVID-19 pandemic
Mobilizing the assets of public-private partnerships in response to the unprecedented global crisis with major and prolonged consequences on young people.
Meet the Unlimited | Victoria Quaynor
Victoria Quaynor, 21, Ghana, works as a Child Rights advocate at “Curious Minds”, a broadcasting platform for children and young people
New York Academy of Sciences upskills youth
Generation Unlimited and the New York Academy of Sciences will launch STEM and 21st century skill-building programming in several priority countries.
Connecting every young person to information
UNICEF and the International Telecommunication Union aim to connect every school to the internet and every young person to information.
Reaching 10 million young people by 2021
The African Union Commission, Generation Unlimited and UNICEF aim to reach 10 million young people by 2021.
5 tips to be ready for the future of work
By Ulises Brengi, 22, Argentina, a member of the Generation Unlimited Young People’s Action Team
Our Journey in Review
Launched at the UN General Assembly in 2018, Generation Unlimited has generated broad interest from government and leaders from business and civil society.
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