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Girls' rights campaigner badly injured during anti-slavery protest
6 June, 2013
Slavery and people trafficking: Plan presents to parliamentary inquiry
16 May, 2013
A mother's reflections this Mother's Day
12 May, 2013
Promoting rights and accountabilities in African communities
2 May, 2013
The youth bulge: what is it?
Ensuring girls' right to education in Cameroon
24 April, 2013
Plan responds to earthquake in China
23 April, 2013
Plan in Australia wins Award
12 April, 2013
Hope for Mali one year on
5 April, 2013
The number of children we reached in 2011
The number of communities we work in, ensuring childrens voices are heard
We work in 50 countries in Asia, Africa and the Americas
The Kilimanjaro Challenge