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Cover of the Raising our Voice report by Plan International
Climate Change - 5th November 2021

Raising our voice: Funding Climate Education and Youth Leadership in SE Asia and the Pacific

This summary report highlights the key findings and recommendations from Plan International Australia’s technical report Mapping the financing for Climate and Girls’ Education in SE Asia and the Pacific, which provides the policy overlay to supporting young people’s calls to action as outlined in Plan International’s Reimaging Climate Education and Youth Leadership survey report.

Climate Change - 20th July 2021

SURVEY REPORT: Reimagining climate education and youth leadership

Climate change is a social, intergenerational, gender, and racial injustice. Plan International aims to support children and youth to meaningfully and safely engage in climate policy processes and to reduce the barriers preventing them from engaging in and influencing climate policy and advocacy.

How to talk to your kids about out-of-control fires - report cover
Climate Change - 9th January 2020

How to Talk to Your Kids About Out-of-Control Fires

With Australia going through the worst bushfire crisis on record, it can be hard to talk to kids about the destruction these fires are having across the country – especially the impact the fires may be having on them. This helpful guide is designed to help you navigate some of the difficult discussions with children that may come up during natural disasters.

Girls’ Rights in Climate Strategies
Gender Equality - 11th December 2019

Girls’ Rights in Climate Strategies

The social and regional impacts of climate change are not distributed equally or evenly. Instead, inequality – whether economic, social, or gender-based – increases vulnerability. This particularly impacts girls. Girls are powerful agents of change, yet their rights and their potential to combat the climate crisis are not being considered by governments in global climate strategies.

She Has A Plan: The Unique Power of Girls to Lead Change
Girls Leadership - 11th October 2019

She Has A Plan: The Unique Power of Girls to Lead Change

In our latest research, we asked girls and young women around Australia to share their hopes, dreams and concerns for the future, along with the people who inspire them the most. We found that they are overwhelmingly eager to lead change on the big social issues facing their generation and they look up to fierce, determined and unapologetic female leaders for inspiration.

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