For the last 2 years people all over the world have been raising their hands as part of a Plan International petition to put pressure on the United Nations to make girls' education a priority.
Congrats to girls' education campaigner Malala Yousafzai, who is joint winner of this year's Nobel Peace Prize!
Meet the young YouTubers from across the globe who have teamed up with Plan International to create It’s a Girl Thing.
10 great days of global action for education have just resulted in world donors pledging $28 billion to help get children into school.
Plan’s new youth advocacy toolkit equips young people so that they can effectively call for their right to an education - and the next few months will be critical, blogs Plan CEO Nigel Chapman.
A delegation of Plan-supported girls from Malawi and Pakistan have attended the United Nations in New York to reveal what life’s really like for girls in their communities.
Plan and partners are taking the call to end child marriage to the United Nations in Geneva with a striking photo exhibition Too Young to Wed.
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.
An extra year of secondary school can increase a girl’s potential income by 15 to 25%.