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Nearly half (48%) of girls aged 11-18 in the UK have experienced some form of harassment or abuse on social media, a new survey has found, while nearly three quarters (73%) have taken specific actions to avoid being criticised online.
Plan International UK CEO Tanya Barron responds to the news of increased funding from DFID for family planning services.
A pair of period pants has been chosen as the winning design following a campaign to create a new period emoji by girls’ rights charity Plan International UK.
A campaign by girls’ rights charity Plan International UK to create a new period emoji is gathering momentum as more than 20,000 people voted for their favourite design.
With heavy rainfall expected to resume this week, urgent humanitarian support is needed for the thousands of children who have been affected by severe flooding in Sri Lanka, warns child rights organisation Plan International UK.
Half of women aged 18-34 believe a ‘period emoji’ would make it easier for them to talk about their periods with female friends and partners
Plan International welcomes the release of 82 girls abducted from their hostel at the Government Secondary School in Chibok in 2014