New research on girls equality
This summary of research with adolescents in Colombia, Uganda and Spain reveals why gender equality is the main social and political issue of our time.
Our new report gives recommendations on opening up digital career paths to girls and young women. It's vital girls participate in and contribute to our shared digital future if we are to achieve gender equality.
Qualitative research conducted in partnership with World Vision International and Save the Children, reflecting the views, hopes and desires of children that have been affected by the Rohingya crisis.
In-depth study into the status of girls in international law, shedding light on gaps and trends related to girls’ rights prompting the question: does the international human rights framework adequately protect girls from discrimination?
These studies from Uganda and Colombia identify opportunities to change beliefs and behaviours that limit girls’ freedoms and rights.
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.
On International Girls in ICT Day, Plan International's Nora Lindstrom discusses why and how the internet needs to change if we are to achieve gender equality.
We're working with men and boys to improve their attitudes and make them allies to city girls' safety, blogs Plan International CEO, Anne-Birgitte Albrectsen.
Girls Get Equal is the world’s biggest girl-led campaign for gender equality. Now is the time for change, blogs Plan International CEO, Anne-Birgitte Albrectsen.