Most read reports
- The State of Food Security and Nutrition in the World 2018: Building climate resilience for food security and nutrition [EN/AR/RU]
- El Nino Outlook – September 2018
- Levels & Trends in Child Mortality: Report 2018
- IDMC Mid-Year Figures: Internal Displacement in 2018
- Extreme hunger could kill 600,000 children in war zones this year
En situaciones de emergencia humanitaria, la infancia, pero especialmente las niñas y las adolescentes, corren un alto riesgo de contraer enfermedades o convertirse en víctimas de tráfico infantil, violencia y abusos sexuales.
Twenty-one humanitarian and human rights organizations respond with dismay to the Dutch Parliament’s approval of the EU’s new asylum plans to offshore asylum protection. With a joint appeal, they ask the government for a humane asylum policy, in line with international law.
WASHINGTON (19 June) – Plan International is urging the U.S. administration to reverse its “zero tolerance” immigration policy and to end the practice of forcibly separating families at the U.S.-Mexico border, including the detention of children taken from their parents.
Such practices are reprehensible, regardless of migrants’ legal status, and are a direct violation of the legal rights of asylum seekers under U.S. law, as well as under treaties to which the U.S. is a ratified party.
This annotated bibliography provides a brief overview of the state of evidence on gender-transformative child protection.
Gender-transformative child protection seeks to challenge gender dynamics, and actively confronts gender norms and unequal gender relations that drive violence against children and hinder effective response systems.
This annotated bibliography seeks to update the knowledge base on inclusive, quality education by reviewing and compiling existing evidence and literature on this important topic.
This report covers the following key thematic areas as they relate to inclusive quality education:
This annotated bibliography seeks to update the knowledge base on sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR) of children, adolescents and young people through exploring evidence and literature on this important topic in low- and middle-income countries.
Paying particular attention to literature published within the last decade, this report covers the following key thematic areas as they relate to SRHR:
We, UN and non-UN entities, re-affirm our determination to prevent future acts of sexual exploitation and abuse by our personnel.
We note the issuance of this Statement at the High-level Conference on Eliminating Sexual Exploitation and Abuse by UN and NGO Personnel on 4 December 2006 in New York, USA and welcome future endorsement of this Statement by others.
OVERVIEW: ACCESS TO EDUCATION
Plan International believes that education should be available and accessible to all children on the basis of equal opportunity and non-discrimination. Every child must be able to access and complete an inclusive, quality pre-primary, primary and secondary education in order to meet global commitments.
Girls continue to be the largest excluded group in the world. They face discrimination and abuse simply for being young and female. At all stages of their early lives up to adulthood, girls face distinct disadvantages that are directly related to this double discrimination.
Sexual abuse and exploitation has no place in our world, and certainly not among those who serve the most vulnerable.
At Plan International, our purpose is to improve the lives of others. As a child rights organisation, protection of the children and young people who we serve is our foremost priority – nothing trumps this. That’s why we must do everything in our capacity to safeguard those we work with.
Planning and budgeting for inclusive education
World leaders meeting at the Global Partnership for Education financing conference made commitments backing girls education, but action must now follow the pledges if girls are to truly thrive
More than $2 billion pledged by governments to fund education in low income countries is a welcome start. Now donors’ commitments to focus on girls’ education must quickly be turned into action.
Government leaders announced the pledges at the Global Partnership for Education (GPE) financing conference in Dakar.
World leaders must adequately fund education for girls when they meet at the Global Partnership for Education Financing Conference this week.
Plan International is calling on world leaders to give girls the same chances as boys by pledging more funding to education at the Global Partnership for Education Financing Conference in Dakar, Senegal on 1-2 February.
Gender inequality is a barrier to both social cohesion and economic prosperity. Despite some progress over the years, there has been no real shift in power which - at home, in the workplace and in public life - lies firmly in male hands.
Global efforts to tackle gender inequality have traditionally focused on improving policies and laws, and increasing the participation of girls and women in sectors like education, health and employment.
Seeking to bring you research from across the organisation, this edition of OPENPlan has a strong focus on gender, particularly covering the complex, interrelated issues of gender discrimination in both education and child marriage.
Girls with disabilities are kept in the dark about their sexual and reproductive health and often don’t know how to protect themselves against abuse, pregnancy and disease. This report highlights the perfect storm of discrimination faced by girls with disabilities, which leaves many of them totally unaware of their rights.
Plan International participa en COP23, la conferencia de la ONU sobre cambio climático, del día 6 al 18 de noviembre, para que los gobiernos de todo el mundo hagan políticas y programas de adaptación al cambio climático enfocados en la infancia y género.
- Las organizaciones de derechos de infancia se unen para instar a la Cooperación Española a poner el bienestar de los niños y las niñas en el corazón de su acción
Madrid, 27 de septiembre de 2017
No dejar a ningún niño y niña atrás. Es la consigna bajo la que el Grupo de Infancia* ha lanzado hoy el documento V Plan Director de la Cooperación Española: Una oportunidad para millones de niños y niñas. Una serie de recomendaciones para garantizar que la infancia sea una prioridad del V Plan Director y que este contribuya al cumplimento de los Derechos del Niño.
Global commitments and Accelerated Education Programmes