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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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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COVID-19 - 27th May 2021

Periods in a Pandemic: One Year On

Periods don’t stop during a pandemic. For millions of people in the countries where Plan International operates, privately and safely managing menstruation and addressing the taboo and stigma associated with it is vital to ensuring their human rights, health and dignity.

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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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COVID-19 - 10th May 2021

Halting Lives 2: In their own voice

COVID-19 is having an effect on all sectors of society across the world. But its impact does not fall equally: the virus itself does not discriminate between rich and poor, young and old, male and female but it does take advantage of pre-existing inequalities which over the last year have come sharply into focus.

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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.

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COVID-19 - 16th March 2021

Smart, Successful, Strong:

This report shines a light on the impact of COVID-19 on adolescent girls in South East Asia and the Pacific and their experiences of accessing secondary education over the last twelve months. The report is a collaboration between Plan International’s offices in Australia, Indonesia and Vietnam with support from colleagues and partners across the Asia Pacific region.

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