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Plan International's Global Policy on Gender Equality

Global Policy on Gender Equality and Inclusion

19 September 2017

Achieving gender equality, promoting gender justice, realising girls’ rights and fostering an inclusive society are core objectives of our work as an organisation dedicated to child rights and equality for girls. 

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Youth leadership: an annotated bibliography

12 September 2017

This annotated bibliography seeks to update the knowledge base on youth leadership by highlighting relevant recent additions to the literature on this important topic. 

Plan International UN Office in Geneva Annual Activity Report 2017

UN Office in Geneva Annual Report 2016-2017

29 August 2017

Plan International UN Office in Geneva works to improve the situation of children by influencing the agenda on issues relevant to children and their rights at the UN in Geneva, with a particular focus on girls. This report highlights the UN Office in Geneva’s key activities and advocacy success during 2016-2017

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Critical factors for skills-based youth employment programmes

21 August 2017

This study provides an overview of the critical factors which must be taken into account to create successful and sustainable youth employment programmes.

Research into Gender Equality and ECD initiatives

1 August 2017

Between 2014 and 2015, Plan and partner organisations conducted research on the gender dimensions of Early Childhood Care and Education (ECCE) initiatives in 11 countries. This synthesis report shows the research findings. 

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Gender inequality and early childhood development

8 June 2017

Right from birth, gender discrimination affects girls disproportionally. In this report, we describe why gender equality and early childhood development matter. We also explain why early childhood programmes engaging parents, caregivers, community leaders and educators are fundamentally important so girls have the chance to realise their rights and live a life of dignity.

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Pyschosocial support for Syrian and Egyptian children in urban areas

27 April 2017

This case study describes Plan International Egypt’s community-based psychosocial programme for over 4,000 Syrian refugee and vulnerable Egyptian children in Alexandria.

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Community-based alternative care for Burundian refugees in Rwanda

26 April 2017

This case study describes the community-based child protection programme implemented between 2015 and 2016 with Burundian girls, boys and adults in Mahama refugee camp in Rwanda.