Giving girls a fighting chance for economic equality leads to a social transformation that will benefit all, says Plan International CEO, Anne-Birgitte Albrectsen.
Harmful, discriminatory gender norms have a lasting effect on girls’ economic justice. A holistic, life-cycle approach is needed to address these issues.
Securing rights for women and girls is the key to achieving gender equality by 2030, says Plan International’s CEO, Anne-Birgitte Albrectsen.
Girls' futures are being put at risk in Bangladesh due to an unclear loophole in the Child Marriage Restraint Act, says Country Director Soumya Guha.
Girls remain the most discriminated against group on the planet. Plan International’s Adam Vink champions a youth-led movement that empowers girls to speak up and make the decisions that shape their lives.
We must work with youth activists and partners to keep up the momentum of early successes, says Plan International's Amanda Lundy.
Providing families in Nigeria with cash transfers is a critical step to address the growing nutrition emergency caused by Boko Haram attacks, blogs Plan International’s Syed Mohammed Aftab Alam.
The world’s first ‘playable’ conference will encourage open discussions on the challenges and solutions around the implementation of the Sustainable Development Goals, writes Plan International’s Adam Vink.
Girls and young women must have opportunities to lead countries, cities and businesses if we are to meet development targets, blogs Plan International CEO Anne-Birgitte Albrectsen.