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Typhoon Haima: Plan International UK begins preparations as second, stronger storm threatens Philippines this week
Global child rights and humanitarian organization Plan International UK is preparing for its second typhoon in just one week as an even stronger storm, Typhoon Haima (locally named Lawin), enters the Philippines area of responsibility today.
Almost two thirds of adult women (63%) in Britain say they feel unsafe walking alone after dark. Almost half (48%) felt the same way when they were of school age.
A major new report published today (12th) ranks for the first time the best and worst areas to be a girl in England & Wales.
Over a fifth of British women aged 18 and over say they’ve experienced unwanted sexual contact in or around school as girls, but the majority did not report it.
A host of celebrities came together tonight for an evening of celebration and fundraising, at Plan International UK’s Because I am a Girl Gala Dinner, presented by comedian Katherine Ryan.
Thousands of children in Nepal at risk as monsoon season approaches a year on from devastating earthquake
Thousands of child survivors from the Nepal earthquake last year are at risk during monsoon season unless permanent homes and schools are built.
Reports of sexual offences in UK schools more than doubled in four years, figures obtained by global children’s charity Plan International UK reveal.
Nearly 8 out of 10 British adults (79 per cent) agree that young people should be taught about sexting through compulsory sex and relationships education, a new survey reveals.