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Media release - 9th May 2022

Three quarters of young women voting for first time in the federal election do not believe Australian politics is an equal space for women and people of colour

From sexism and misogyny to racism, homophobia, transphobia and a lack of inclusive practices for people living with a disability, new Plan International Australia research has found that 75% of young Australian women do not feel politics is an equal or inclusive space for them. What’s more, 60% of the young people surveyed said that they didn’t feel that Parliament has become any more safe or equal in the last 12 months ­– despite multiple reviews into the toxic culture of Parliament and promises to fix things­.

Media release - 30th March 2022

Star-studded concert to launch Emergency Action Alliance Ukraine appeal

The Emergency Action Alliance (EAA) has today launched their first emergency appeal in conjunction with media partner ABC. A two-hour Concert for Ukraine will bring together leading names from the music world, including Ed Sheeran, Camila Cabelo and Manic Street Preachers, to raise money for victims of the humanitarian disaster.

Media release - 24th March 2022

Plan InternationalAustralia condemns reports that secondary schools will be banned for girls in Afghanistan – denying girls an education is unacceptable

Plan International Australia is appalled by reports from Afghanistan today that secondary schools have been closed yet again for adolescent girls, on the same day these girls were set to resume classes. The charity for girls’ equality urges the Afghan authorities to fulfil their obligation under the UN’s Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination against Women and ensure that all girls have access to education.

Media release - 3rd March 2022

Renewables, reforestation and resilience: New youth-led report shows that it’s young, diverse people leading the way on climate action

As devastating floods have submerged swathes of eastern Australia this week and just days after the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) released one of its most damning assessments of global inaction on climate change, a new report has highlighted that it is young people from some of the most vulnerable places in the world who are at the forefront of climate action.

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