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Our staff are available for expert commentary on issues such as community development, child rights, emergencies, global poverty, disaster relief, child rights and gender related issues. Get in touch with our media team for more information.

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Claire Knox

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media-centre - 20th December 2021

Plan International responds to communities affected by Super Typhoon Rai

Plan International is responding with relief supplies in communities hard-hit by super typhoon Rai (Odette). The child rights and humanitarian organisation, along with partners, is geared up to provide emergency response to communities submerged with floodwater and with no power, in Visayas and Mindanao. 

media-centre - 1st December 2021

“Enough is Enough”: Jenkins findings sends powerful message to politicians and power holders on toxic workplace culture of Parliament

The release of Sex Discrimination Commissioner Kate Jenkins’ damning review into the workplace culture of Parliament House has underscored the systemic gender inequality and misogyny entrenched within the Australian political system, yet its findings are “unsurprising”, according to charity for girls’ equality Plan International Australia.

media-centre - 25th November 2021

New report finds girls are leading the fight for gender equality through digital activism – but they must be better protected from abuse and harassment in new online privacy bill

As we mark the beginning of 16 Days of Activism, a global campaign to end violence against women and girls, Plan International Australia’s youth activists are calling for greater regulation of online platforms by the Australian Government to ensure girls and young women in all their diversity are protected from harassment, abuse, misogyny and dangerous misinformation, as well as for greater protection of their online data.

media-centre - 5th November 2021

Climate change is the single biggest threat facing the Asia-Pacific region – Australia needs to urgently direct financing towards climate education, especially for girls

As young climate activists and power holders meet today at COP26 to mark Youth and Public Empowerment Day, a new report released today by charity for girls’ equality Plan International Australia, has found that Australia’s climate financing in the region must be more focussed on girls’ education and learning as a pathway to tackling climate change.

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