Explore our toolkits, youth summaries, and resources to learn more about some of the most important topics for children and young peoples' rights and girls' equality. Discover how to effectively create change and become a campaigner or advocate for children and girls’ rights.
Power, Rights and Participation
Use this practical guide for youth action developed by Plan International UK, Restless Development, Action Aid and the British Youth Council to build your knowledge and skills on how to be a successful advocate.
The education we want
There are over 15 million girls who will never have the opportunity to learn to read or write in primary school.
This toolkit was developed by young people, for young people, in collaboration with A World at School and the Youth Advocacy Group Global Education First Initiative. It's full of ideas, inspiring stories, and tools to help children and young people effectively advocate for their right to an education.
Read the youth summary of the 2011 report looking at the role of men and boys.
Read the youth summary of the 2010 report, focusing on two of the 21st century's fastest growing areas.
Read the youth summary of the 2009 report, which covers the issue of girls' place in the global economy.
View the youth summary of the 2008 Because I Am A Girl report: In the Shadow of War.
Read the youth report from the 2014 Girls Summit
A practical guide for youth action in a post-2015 world by Plan International UK with Actionaid, British Youth Council and Restless Development