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Beat the Clock

They say it will be 131 years until we achieve true gender equality. We say that’s far too long.

The World Economic Forum estimates it will be 131 years until every girl has the same rights as everyone else. That’s why we’re launching a collective and unwavering quest to Beat the Clock on gender equality.

And we need you to come together and play your part in helping us. To learn, to take action, to donate, advocate, champion, speak up and speak out.

To stand together with girls everywhere to help them fight for their rights.

To fight until we are all equal.

Equality by 2154? Girls deserve better. Get updates on actions you can take to advance gender equality.
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Donate to Beat the Clock on Gender Equality

From child and forced marriage to being denied an education, all around the world, girls are still subjected to exclusion, inequality and human rights abuses every single day. And situations of conflict and crisis exacerbate harmful gender stereotypes, increase the care burden on women and girls, and can result in higher instances of gender-based violence.

Your donation goes to providing safe spaces for children and girls, youth programmes that work to change gender stereotypes in communities around the world, and education in emergency settings.

Read about the girls who Beat the Clock on Gender Equality

Meet 12 tireless young women who, hour by hour, are innovating, advocating and taking action to make gender inequality a thing of the past. Will you share their stories?

How we’re working towards achieving true gender equality

Plan International aims to provide millions of girls across the world with safe, quality, gender-transformative education so they may find their voices and learn to lead. We work ensure that girls realise they are equally deserving of the skills required to succeed.

We focus our efforts on equality, inclusion and diversity. Our programmes don’t just work in classrooms with teachers, but also include communities, governments, religious leaders, family members and children in order to bring an end to gender inequality in education. Join us today.

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