Education Under Attack 2020
This study is published by the Global Coalition to Protect Education from Attack (GCPEA), which was formed in 2010 by organisations working in the fields of education in emergencies and conflict-affected contexts, higher education, protection, and international human rights and humanitarian law that were concerned about ongoing attacks on educational institutions, their students, and staff in countries affected by conflict and insecurity.
Walking the talk: supporting young LGBTIQ+ people in our COVID-19 response
The COVID-19 crisis is posing increasing risks to already vulnerable young LGBTIQ+ people. This briefing paper is for all Plan International staff, to help protect and empower these young people by including them in our response to crises and programme adaptations across the world.
OPEN Plan: June 2020
This edition of OPENPlan brings to you a selection of eclectic studies that display a breadth of thematic topics to showcase recent and innovative works from Plan International.
Adolescent Girls in Crisis: Voices from the Sahel
This research was conducted with adolescent girls, their families and communities in the Sahel region of Burkina Faso and Mali where people struggle with a long, complex and violent crisis. Its primary focus is the rights and voices of adolescent girls.
Adolescent Programming Toolkit
The Adolescent Programming Toolkit has been designed to support frontline teams to work with and for adolescents in emergencies and protracted crises. It is based on programme evidence, numerous accounts from adolescents and good practices shared by frontline staff globally.
Beijing +25 Toolkit
A guide to the Beijing Declaration and Platform for Action (BPfA) and how girl and youth-led groups can use it for advocacy.
Periods in a Pandemic
How the current implications of COVID-19 is exacerbating challenges for people who menstruate around the world, plus recommendations on how to include menstrual hygiene management within COVID-19 responses.
Close to contagion
Evidence shows that the impact of COVID-19 on displaced and refugee girls and women – on their health, safety and opportunities for education and decent jobs – is making already difficult lives increasingly unendurable.
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