We must act to transform girls’ lives
Gender equality is essential to international development and can only be achieved by listening to the voices of girls, blogs Plan International CEO Anne-Birgitte Albrectsen.
This document provides a guidance on the importance of consulting with children with disabilities. It provides practical suggestions for consulting with children and young people with disabilities in a variety of situations.
Engaging children and the community themselves to keep children safe from all forms of violence is the aim of this manual. It was compiled grounding on years of grassroots experiences of Plan International Cambodia and through consultations with relevant government bodies, civil society organizations, parents and children.
This reference manual establishes the links between each child-relevant Sustainable Development Goals target and corresponding human rights obligations.
This policy brief jointly released by Plan International and our partners in the Asia Pacific Coalition for School Safety shows that children’s right to quality education is being disrupted because of natural and man-made disasters.
This report looks at adolescents during emergencies. It analyses available data and looks at the work of Plan International and other organisations to strengthen work with and for adolescents during emergencies.
Over a year after child marriage was outlawed in Malawi, Plan International youth advocate Tionge, 24, blogs about why she is still campaigning for an end to the practice in her country.
Plan International's new ambition will see us work with 100 million girls to transform their lives in the next five years, writes CEO Anne-Birgitte Albrectsen.
Progress in Bangladesh shows we can only eradicate child marriage if governments, communities and girls work together, writes Senait Gebregziabher, Regional Director for Plan International in Asia.