World's Humanitarian Summit
Growing numbers of crises around the world and the largest numbers of displaced people since World War II are crippling our international humanitarian system and it is children who are bearing the brunt. Nearly 250 million children now live in regions affected by conflict and over 100 million are affected by new disasters each year.
In the midst of so much need, Save the Children welcomes the UN Secretary General’s call for a once-in a-generation World Humanitarian Summit to tackle some of the biggest challenges facing humanity.
We will be at the Summit on May 23-24 engaging world leaders, setting forth our solutions, making bold commitments and mobilizing the public in support of our An Agenda for the Future, including our call for a "A New Deal For Every Forcibly Displaced Child"
- NGO Leaders' Letter to the President
- A New Deal For Every Forcibly Displaced Child
- A World At Risk: Humanitarian Response at a Crossroads
- An Agenda for the Future: Save the Children's Policy, Recommendations and Commitments for the World Humanitarian Summit
- Education in Emergencies: A Community's Need, a Child's Right
- Narrowing the Humanitarian Gap
- One Size Doesn't Fit All: Tailoring the International Response to the National Need Following Vanuatu's Cyclone Pam
- Putting Children at the Heart of the World Humanitarian Summit
- The Road to Sustainable Development Runs Through Istanbul and the Humanitarian Summit," Devex, October 2015
- The Mounting Call for a Humanitarian Revolution," The Christian Science Monitor, April 2016
Refugee Crisis Video From The Field
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