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Media release - 4 December 2023

“We won’t COP it”: New youth-led climate study to be presented at COP28 finds climate change is having profound impact on girl’s education in Asia Pacific

As the world’s most influential climate experts convene this week in Dubai for COP28, new research by humanitarian organisation Plan International and young people from three countries in the Asia Pacific has revealed the immense impact the climate crisis is having on girls’ and young women’s access to education.

Media release - 13 September 2023

‘Until we are all equal’: Plan International Australia releases Gender Compass, a first-of-its-kind study revealing what ordinary Australians really think about gender equality

Plan International Australia today released a ground-breaking new piece of research, Gender Compass, revealing what ordinary Australians really think about gender equality.
Gender Compass is a first-of-its-kind project which segments the Australian public into six groups according to their beliefs, values, motivators, policy preferences and behaviours around gender equality.

Media release - 8 August 2023

Plan International Australia responds to Government’s new International Development policy: “We can and must do more for adolescent girls”

The Albanese Government’s new International Development Policy, published today, includes a greatly-needed focus on gender equality and addressing the climate crisis – however it has missed an opportunity to address the unique and urgent needs of adolescent girls and young people, according to Plan International Australia.

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