Plan International is independent of governments, religions and political parties. Our work is rooted in the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child and other international and regional human rights treaties. This provides a strong basis for policy analysis and advocacy to achieve meaningful change for girls, boys, adolescents and youth.
We work across the global organisation, with children and young people, and with strategic partners to:
Drawing on more than 75 years of experience and programme evidence and connecting to the lives of millions of children, youth and communities around the world, our advocacy targets changes to policies, resource allocation, legislation, institutions and practices so that both current and future generations can realise their rights and fulfil their potential.
Plan International has 4 liaison offices. They represent the organisation’s advocacy agenda towards the United Nations in New York and Geneva, towards the African Union in Addis Ababa and the European Union in Brussels. Click on the buttons below to find out more about their work.