Girls' Education Policy Briefing
Around the world, there are 63 million girls out of school. Less than 50 per cent of countries - and none in sub-Saharan Africa - have achieved gender parity in both primary and secondary education.
Now is the time for global leaders to take action for girls' right to education. Policies must focus on equality and on the most marginalised girls to ensure they can access a quality education. This paper sets out the challenge for girls' education, shares Plan International UK's work and puts forward recommendations to global leaders to ensure that no girl is left behind.
Report from the Global Campaign for Education UK on children's right to an education during crises
Findings from the DFID and Plan International UK youth consultation ahead of the Girls' Education Forum 2016
Our policy paper sets out the challenge for girls’ education and our recommendations to global leaders to ensure no girls are left behind.
Read the report from the Global Campaign for Education UK on the UK’s crucial role in fnancing quality education for all
A report on early and forced marriage it's impact on girls' education
Working to end child marriage and keep girls in school