Assessing Civil Society, Gender Politics and Youth Movements in Lebanon
This study asseses Lebanon’s civil society and examines youth activism movements and the challenges in Lebanon and the legal frameworks affecting youth movements and civil society at large.
Out of Sight
This publication looks at how policy, gender rights movements, and civil society are affecting the protection of girls and young women in Jordan
Adolescent Girls and Boys Needs in West Bekaa and Mount Lebanon
This needs assessment looks at the education and protection needs of adolescent Syrian refugees and vulnerable Lebanese communities in West Bekaa and Mount Lebanon.
Plan International Nepal annual highlights 2020
This report highlights the activities and impact of Plan International Nepal's work, including our COVID-19 response, for the period covering July 2019 to June 2020.
The protection of young women and girls in the Middle East and Northern Africa
This publication looks at how policy, gender rights movements and civil society are affecting the protection of girls and young women in Lebanon, Sudan, Egypt, Syria and Jordan.
COVID-19: Six Months on Report
Just over six months after the World Health Organization declared a global pandemic on 11 March 2020, the number of coronavirus disease (COVID-19) cases in many parts of the Asia-Pacific region continues to grow at a rapid rate. Although several countries are now stable or improving, this unprecedented global and regional crisis calls for targeted response and preventative measures to avoid and mitigate further effects.
Through her Lens: The Impact of COVID-19 on Filipino Girls and Young Women
This study, entitled “Through Her Lens”, is designed to analyze the impact of COVID-19 on Filipino girls and young women aged 13 to 24 years old.
Through an online survey, girls and young women from Luzon, Visayas, and Mindanao provided information on their perception on the effects of COVID-19 on various areas of their lives, specifically environment, health, education, and economic opportunities.
Call For Law Reform
The current law in Bangladesh that addresses child marriage is the Child Marriage Restraint Act, 2017 (CMRA) that repealed the earlier British law of 1929. The Act sets the minimum age of marriage for a male as 21 years and for a female as 18 years. CMRA criminalizes contracting, allowing, or solemnising of a child marriage. In 2018, the Child Marriage Restraint Rules (the Rules) had been also formulated providing details of the formation and responsibilities of the Child Marriage Prevention Committees, along with other functional details.
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