Protection in Humanitarian Action
These minimum standards are aimed at those working in child protection or related areas of humanitarian action. This revision has the input of over 1,900 individuals in 85 countries.
Time to Act - Let's Go Digital!
Using digital technology to end child, early and forced marriage and reduce adolescent pregnancy.
Halting Lives 2
In their own voice: girls and young women on the impact of COVID-19.
Mobile child protection programming guide
Guidance for child protection technical specialists, child protection programme managers, mobile field team members, and other DRM technical advisors considering employing a mobile approach to deliver integrated child protection services.
Listen to Us: Adolescent Girls in North West South West Cameroon on Conflict and COVID-19
Adolescent Girls in North West South West Cameroon on Conflict and COVID-19
Preventing and Responding to Child Labour in Humanitarian Action
The Inter-Agency Toolkit: Preventing and Responding to Child Labour in Humanitarian Action offers a strong global commitment to addressing child labour in humanitarian action.
Localisation of humanitarian action
This paper sets out Plan International’s position on the localisation of humanitarian action. It explains why and how Plan International works with local actors, in humanitarian contexts, including youth led organisations and those focused on girls’ and young women’s rights.
Economic empowerment in the world of work
This paper sets out Plan International's policy position on economic empowerment in the world of work, with a focus on youth, especially girls and young and women.
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