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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Protection - 4th March 2022

Marriage registration: a pathway to protection and empowerment

This study analyses and assesses the current marriage registration system in Bangladesh and identifies recommendations to improve understanding, access and availability of marriage registration services in Bangladesh, including urban, rural, and remote locations.

Adolescent Girls in Crisis - 2nd December 2021

In harm’s way: Adolescent Girls in Northwest Syria

A decade of conflict in Syria has led to a sharp decline in girls’ rights. This research – carried out in Northwest Syria with Women Now for Development – examines the “invisible” toll that years of war, exacerbated by gender inequality, has taken on girls and young women.

Time to Act! Let’s Go Digital! Report Cover
Protection - 25th May 2021

Time to Act! Let’s Go Digital!

Plan International’s research Time To Act: Let’s Go Digital reveals the benefits of using digital technologies in efforts to eliminate CEFM, particularly in terms of reaching a large number of people at once. The research report also offers key information about more than 40 existing digital technologies and applications with a high potential to prevent and end child marriage.

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Protection - 15th October 2020

Online Safety in the Pacific

With cable internet systems rolling out across the Pacific, access to affordable and fast digital connectivity in the region is set to rapidly expand, opening up unprecedented opportunities for children but also potentially exposing them to new risks of harm.

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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