The lives of marginalised Colombian children could be transformed as a result of the Peace Agreement, blogs Plan International's Gabriela Bucher.
Though the need in Tanzania’s refugee camps is immense - particularly among girls - there are also some amazing stories of success, blogs Plan International’s Madeline Baker.
Despite being agreed only a year ago, time is already running out to deliver the promises made in the global goals by 2030, writes Plan International CEO Anne-Birgitte Albrectsen.
Plan International will be at the UN General Assembly making sure girls' rights stay at the top of the global agenda, writes Plan International's Leslie Archambeault.
Children orphaned or separated from their families as a result of the ongoing conflict in South Sudan are at an increasing risk of abuse and exploitation, blogs Plan International’s Issa Kipera.
Plan International’s Banking on Change programme shows how providing girls and young women with savings skills doesn't just produce financial rewards, blogs Plan International’s John Schiller.
One of the best ways to tackle youth unemployment and to support economic and social growth is through education. This needs to go beyond the classroom and include long-term learning that focuses on skills development and growth, blogs Plan International's John Barrett Trew
The next UN Secretary-General will face many challenges. To deliver on the vision of the Sustainable Development Goals and boost prosperity worldwide, they will have to commit to realising far-reaching changes for girls.
It is vital we do all we can to overcome division, following the British referendum. In particular, we must listen to children and young people and stand up for those who are excluded and denied their rights, writes Plan International CEO Anne-Birgitte Albrectsen.