Reports and Publications

In everything we do, we are informed by evidence, and always learning. We collaborate with partners to develop research that informs our programmatic work and gives credibility to our broader advocacy and influencing goals.
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Free to Be Online? Report cover
Gender Equality - 5th October 2020

Free to Be Online

This year’s Plan International’s annual State of the World’s Girls report is based on research conducted across 31 countries with over 14,000 girls and young women. It aims at uncovering and understanding girls’ and young women’s experiences of being online on social media platforms.

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Gender Equality - 24th September 2020

Halting Lives: The impact of COVID-19 on girls and young women

COVID-19 is having an impact on all sectors of society across the world. But its impact does not fall equally: the virus seems to discriminate between rich and poor, young and old, male and female but is in fact taking advantage of pre-existing inequalities.

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Inclusion - 7th September 2020

Leaving No Girl Behind

Now, more than ever, we need a clear picture of the impact of COVID-19 on girls and young women all over the world. However, specific data on girls and young women with disabilities in all their diversities is woefully inadequate.

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Gender Equality - 8th August 2020

Our Education, Our Future: Research Summary

This ground-breaking report and photograph collection is an important evidence base that highlights what adolescent girls think and feel about the interlinking challenges they face to stay in school, and the change they want to see.

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.

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