State of the World's Girls
Plan's yearly State of the World's Girls reports.
Plan International's 2014 report on girls asks what will shift the unequal power relations that bolster gender discrimination, injustice and inequality for girls across the world?
Plan's annual report on the world's girls investigates what happens to adolescent girls in disasters, and how to better protect girls’ rights and well-being.
The sixth report in Plan’s annual State of the World’s Girls series, ‘Learning for life’, takes a critical look at the state of girls’ education.
The fifth in a series of annual reports examining the rights of girls, focuses on why working for gender equality must involve boys and men.
Because I am a Girl: The State of the World's Girls 2010 - Digital and Urban Frontiers is the fourth in a series of annual reports published by Plan examining the rights of girls throughout their childhood, adolescence and as young women.
The third in a series of annual reports examining the rights of girls, focuses on the global economy and warns that failing to send girls to school is costing developing countries billions of pounds each year.
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This report looks at girls living in conflict-affected states and the impact on their lives before, during and post conflict when the rights and needs of girls and young women are ignored and the damage done to them often remains unacknowledged.
The first in a series of annual reports published by Plan examining the rights of girls throughout their childhood, adolescence and as young women.
An extra year of secondary school can increase a girl’s potential income by 15 to 25%.