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Recent Posts

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Unafraid: speaking out for gender equality!

Guest blogger | 7 months ago

Meet Georgia! Georgia is one of our Speakers Bureau members. She’s part of a network of young people from across Canada who advocate for the advancement of girls’ rights and gender equality both locally and globally. She shares with us [...] Read more »

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Starting the Spread the Net Student Challenge!

Guest blogger | 7 months ago

The Spread the Net Student Challenge is well underway! Schools across Canada are working hard to raise funds towards life-saving bed nets. Rachel, is a student from Handsworth Secondary School. She is sharing her Spread the Net Committee’s experience getting [...] Read more »

Youth Fundraiser

Tips for Young Fundraisers!

Guest blogger | 10 months ago

Meet Amanda and Anjalee, the Founder/President and Vice-President of Project 10K! Project 10K is an initiative in support of Plan International Canada with a goal of raising $10,000 to help build a health clinic in Nigeria. Amanda and Anjalee are [...] Read more »

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Why you should join the Speakers Bureau!

Guest blogger | 12 months ago

Want to raise your voice and speak up for gender equality? Here’s your chance! We are now accepting applications for the 2016/2017 Speakers Bureau, which gives youth across Canada the chance to join Plan International’s Because I am a Girl movement in [...] Read more »

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Your Guide to Running for a Brighter Future

Jessica | 1 year ago

Calling all runners!! Plan International Canada wants YOU! This year we are a partner with the Scotiabank Toronto Waterfront Marathon Charity Challenge. Join us on Sunday, October 16th (just in time to celebrate International Day of the Girl) and help [...] Read more »

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Now Can You Hear Us?: Having Youth at the Table

Jessica | 1 year ago

The Prime Minister recently launched the application for the Prime Minister’s Youth Council, looking to find 30 young people, ages 16-24, to advise him on national issues such as employment, access to education, building stronger communities, climate change and clean [...] Read more »