Glowing pink landmarks, giant erasable walls and Plan events across the world marked this year’s International Day of the Girl.
We’ve done it! We’ve smashed through our 1 million target of raised hands in support of girls’ education before the International Day of the Girl.
Malala Yousafzai has celebrated her 16th birthday by leading the first ever youth takeover of the United Nations in New York.
Join us as we take action for girls at the ‘Learning for All’ ministerial summit in Washington DC, USA.
Fear of sexual attacks and violence is creating 'no-go' areas for girls in cities, reveals new research by Plan.
Plan-supported girl delegates are at the United Nations to speak out on violence in schools – one of the biggest barriers girls face in completing an education.
Girls are bearing the brunt of the global economic recession – being more likely to experience poverty, suffer malnutrition and drop out of school, according to a new report from Plan and the ODI.
Gordon Brown, the United Nations Special Envoy for Global Education, has raised his hand to support Plan's campaign for girls' education.
It shouldn’t take another girl like Malala to be shot before we wake up to the cause of girls’ education, blogs Plan Pakistan Gender Specialist Sofia Naveed on Human Rights Day.
Plan ambassador Samantha Davies has set sail solo in the Vendee Globe around-the-world boat race.
1 in every 3 girls in the developing world is married by the age of 18.