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Plan puts birth registration on UN agenda

Plan puts birth registration on the UN agenda

March 22, 2012: March 22, 2012: United Nations Human Rights Council’s 19th session adopted a resolution dedicated to birth registration and the right of everyone to recognition everywhere as a person before the law.

Celebrities support universal birth registration

Celebrities support universal birth registration

March 20, 2012: Archbishop Desmond Tutu (2:07min) and Anil Kapoor (27sec) support Plan and call for universal birth registration to be placed at the top of agenda's around the world. ''Every child deserves a birthday.''

Put birth registration at the top of your agenda

Put Birth Registration at the top of your agenda

(2:58 Minutes)

Bangladesh (2.58 min)- Shaheeda and Shojun from Dhaka, Bangladesh, are among the 40 million people who have benefited from Plan's global birth registration campaign since it launched in 2005. Play the video»

Anil Kapoor Support for Universal Birth Registration

Anil Kapoor for Universal Birth Registration

(28 seconds)

Plan India Goodwill Ambassador Anil Kapoor gives his support to Plan's Count Every Child campaign and calls on governments across the world to change the laws preventing mothers registering the births of their children. Play the video»

Mother to Child: how discrimination prevents women registering the birth of their child

Mother to Child Report: how discrimination prevents women registering the birth of their child

A study commissioned by Plan in 50 developing countries shows that mothers routinely suffer multiple barriers to birth registration due to local attitudes and discriminatory cultural practices.

Count Every Child

Count Every Child

This report documents Plan’s ground-breaking work with children, parents, communities, partners and governments throughout the Universal Birth Registration campaign.

Mass mobile registration in Cambodia

Mass mobile registration in Cambodia

Plan has worked with the government of Cambodia to register millions of children.

I don't have a birth certificate because my father used it, like any piece of paper, to roll a cigarette

Cameroonian child