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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Climate Change - 25th February 2022

Rising Tides

Mapping Youth Movements for Climate Resilience in Ethiopia, Fiji, Indonesia, Laos, Mozambique, Myanmar, Solomon Islands, Uganda and Zimbabwe.

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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.

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Girls Leadership - 20th April 2021

We Can Lead

Girls in Australia should be growing up believing anything is possible – that they have choices and opportunities in their lives to shape the world they want to see. Instead, many are forced to abandon their leadership aspirations out of concern for their own safety in Parliament.
This isn’t good enough. In new polling we conducted this month of 507 young women aged 18-25, that figure has increased dramatically.

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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Girls Leadership - 6th June 2019

Taking The Lead

Girls are redefining what it means to be a leader and projecting powerful self-assurance about their own potential. Almost two thirds of the girls and young women who participated in this research told us they are confident in their ability to lead and three-quarters actively want to become leaders in their careers, communities or countries.

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