Global, 2.43 mins
65 million girls around the world are denied their right to an education by the daily realities of poverty, violence and discrimination.
Cameroon, 3.41 mins
When Lamana from Cameroon turned 15 she was forced to marry a man who would not let her go to school or even leave the house. He beat her if she tried.
See what Malala Day meant to the Plan-supported delegates who took part in the first ever youth takeover of the United Nations in New York.
Pakistan, 5.56 mins
Malala was shot by the Taliban in Pakistan because she dared to be a schoolgirl. But violence isn't the only thing stopping girls from getting an education.
Nepal, 3.43 mins
Because I am a Girl ambassador Urmila Chaudhary has spoken out after suffering serious injuries during an anti-slavery protest in Nepal.
Malawi, 1.49 mins
See how Brendar, a young Malawian, took up the challenge of starring in Plan’s 'I'll take it from here' film.
Bangladesh, 5.32 mins
Meet the Wedding Busters - a group of Bangladeshi children who have successfully stopped 7 child marriages in their community.
Actress and Plan Ambassador Marcia Cross recently visited India to see how Plan is helping to strengthen communities through programmes that focus on empowering girls.
A flash mob took over the central train station in Copenhagen, Denmark to mark the first ever international Day of the Girl
In several Belgian schools, Plan changed the schedule for one day. The girls were given manual labour while the boys continued their lessons.
An increase of only 1% in girls secondary education attendance, adds 0.3% to a country's GDP.