What is Next Generation?
Next Generation is a global Unicef initiative bringing together diverse groups of young professionals, aged 21 to 40, who are committed to helping transform the lives of the world’s most vulnerable children. Next Generation is Unicef’s bridge to young professionals.
Every day, 18,000 children die of preventable causes. Next Generation London will strive to help Unicef reduce that number.
This group of passionate advocates work together to raise vital awareness and donations for Unicef’s work. The group also partner with Unicef on programmes and strategic initiatives.
Who are Next Generation?
Next Gen London is led by Noura Al-Maashouq and Linda Blank
Steering Committee: Isabella Aballi, Emily Ames, James Bamford, Jamie Bartlett, Sofia Bombieri, Anne-Helene D’Arenberg, Hortense Decaux (Next Gen Europe Co-Chair) Hussein Faridany, Serena Guen, Sybille Lancksweert, Cyrus Mahboubian, Shivani Mawji, Sandra Nuoramo, Catrin Nye, Olivia Stolt-Nielsen, Layla Yarjani (Next Gen Europe Co-Chair).
You can find out more by contacting Next Generation London.
How can I get involved with Next Gen?
You can become a Next Generation London member today by setting up a monthly donation of £20 or more. As well as supporting our life-saving work for children, you’ll also be invited to exclusive Next Generation briefings and events. Be sure to register on the new members form so you’ll be contacted about the latest events and campaigns.
You can also make a one-off donation to support Next Generation London’s Syria Appeal.
To find out more about Next Generation London and how you can get involved please email firstname.lastname@example.org.