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Statistics released today reveal nearly nine in ten girls want to be taught about coping with sexism online. It comes as girls’ rights charity Plan International UK calls for schools to better deal with the challenges affecting young women.
This statement is in response to the Women and Equalities Select Committee inquiry into sexual harassment.
Plan International UK has conducted the only current UK-wide research into period poverty and stigma.
This statement is in response to the survey released by National Education Union and UK Feminista about sexual harassment in schools.
In response to Layla Moran MP's comments in parliament on 29 November about period poverty.
A new survey by Plan International UK has found that one in 10 (10 per cent) of girls have been unable to afford sanitary products.
Nearly half (48 per cent) of girls aged 14-21 in the UK are embarrassed by their periods, a new survey has found. The findings, based on a survey commissioned by girls’ rights charity Plan International UK, expose the impact stigmas, shame and silence around periods is having on the lives of teenage girls in the UK.
Child rights and humanitarian organisation Plan International is launching a humanitarian response in Bangladesh to support the Rohingya people fleeing violence in Myanmar.