THE EUROPE WE WANT: JUST, SUSTAINABLE, DEMOCRATIC AND INCLUSIVE
The 60th anniversary of the Treaty of Rome is a huge opportunity to take stock of how far Europe has come – and how far we still have to go in order to offer a sustainable and prosperous future to everyone in Europe. In a joint statement, 242 European civil society organisations set out their expectations for the future of Europe.
Addressing the refugee and migration influx in Europe: Key messages
As a development and humanitarian organisation that works to advance children’s rights and equality for girls, Plan International is calling for urgent action to protect the rights, and lives, of child migrants and refugees and their families, both within, at and outside Europe’s borders.
Girls' Rights Gazette 2016
The Girls’ Rights Gazette is a unique publication which makes girls’ rights front page news.
Key recommendations: Revision of the European Consensus on Development
Plan International's key recommendations to the European Commission on the revision of the European Consensus on Development.
SDG Watch Open letter to EC president Juncker
SDG Watch Europe, an alliance of 70 organisations including Plan International, wrote to European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker calling for him to adopt, as a matter of urgency, an overarching strategy to guide implementation of the 2030 Sustainable Development Agenda.
Girls' Rights Gazette - Special Edition
This special edition of the Girls’ Rights Gazette puts the focus on girls’ economic empowerment. It intends to inform readers of the barriers girls still face in reaching economic independence and security, while demonstrating how economically empowered girls can contribute to sustainable development worldwide.
Response to the Council Conclusions on the EU Gender Action Plan 2016-20
Plan International EU Office notes that a step change is required in levels of funding specifically dedicated to gender equality.
Girls' Rights Gazette 2015
The Girls’ Rights Gazette is a unique publication which makes girls’ rights front page news. It intends to inform readers of the barriers girls still face in the realisation of their rights, while demonstrating the transformative power empowering girls has on poverty reduction worldwide.
EU Gender ACTION PLAN 2016-2020: RECOMMENDATIONS
Plan International's Recommendations on the EU Action Plan on Gender Equality and Women's Empowerment 2016-2020
RESPONSE TO THE EU ACTION PLAN ON HUMAN RIGHTS AND DEMOCRACY 2015-2019
Plan International EU Office response to the Council Conclusions on the EU Action Plan on Human Rights and Democracy 2015-2019
NEPAL EARTHQUAKE: PLAN INTERNATIONAL RESPONSE
In April and May 2015, Nepal was struck by two massive earthquakes, affecting hundreds of thousands of people across the country. Plan International is responding to the emergency, ensuring children's core needs are met.
EU ACTION PLAN ON HUMAN RIGHTS AND DEMOCRACY 2015-2019: RECOMMENDATIONS
Plan International’s recommendations on the draft EU Action Plan on Human Rights and Democracy 2015-2019
Ebola Outbreak: Our response and Recommendations
Plan International's response plan to the Ebola outbreak covers prevention, case management, psychological first aid, child protection and other life-saving measures.
Commissioner Mimica's top 5 priorities
Plan International EU Office is calling on Commissioner Mimica to make lasting changes in the lives of millions of children living in poverty worldwide by focusing on 5 priorities.
GIRLS' RIGHTS GAZETTE 2014
The Girls' Rights Gazette has been produced by Plan International EU office for the third time to celebrate the international Day of the Girl Child on 11 October 2014.
TYPHOON HAIYAN: PLAN INTERNATIONAL EMERGENCY RESPONSE
Plan International’s response provided life-saving aid to some of the most remote and difficult to reach communities in The Philippines.
GIRLS' RIGHTS GAZETTE 2013
The Girls' Rights Gazette has been produced by Plan International EU office for the second time to celebrate the International Day of the Girl Child on 11 October 2013. It aims at gathering the views of European and International experts on the most pressing challenges faced by girls worldwide.
Briefing paper on Ending child marriage
While girls’ education is one of the most effective means of development, there are still numerous barriers that prevent girls from attending school. Child marriage is one of them.
PLAN INTERNATIONAL EU OFFICE LEAFLET
Overview of Plan International EU Office's priorities and activities towards the EU institutions: We represent Plan International to the EU institutions, and act as a coordination hub on EU issues for Plan International’s European and Country Offices.
In double Jeopardy: Adolescent girls and disasters
Plan International EU Office is offering an executive summary of the 2013 State of the World's Girls Report and formulating recommendations to the EU to ensure specific needs of girls in disaster settings are taken into account.
GIRLS' RIGHTS GAZETTE 2012
The Girls' Rights Gazette has been produced by Plan International EU office to celebrate the International Day of the Girl Child on 11 October 2012. It aims at gathering the views of European and International experts on the most pressing challenges faced by girls worldwide.
Policy recommendations to the EU
On the occasion of the European Week of Action for Girls 2013, here are our recommendations to the EU institutions for ensuring that girls are visible in policies and programming, and that their rights are promoted and protected Worldwide.
Our response to the EC consultation on post 2015
Overall, the new global development framework should focus on the most marginalized people in society, with special focus on women and children, says Plan International EU Office.
Policy briefing: Multiannual Financial Framework 2014-20
Plan International EU Office gives policy recommendations to the EU, and particularly to EU Member States and the European Parliament on the Multiannual Financial Framework 2014-2020.
CRAG position paper: MFF 2014-2020
The European Union must reflect its commitments on children's rights by allocating adequate financial means for children in the next MFF, say the members of the Children's Rights Action Group.