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  • Gender Summary: 2016 Global Education Monitoring Report (GEM Report)
    Gender Summary: 2016 Global Education Monitoring Report (GEM Report)
    The Gender Review 2016 discusses global and regional trends in achieving parity in education access, participation and completion and in selected learning outcomes, stressing that there is much room for progress. It then shifts to an evidence-based discussion of relationships between education, gender and sustainable development by discussing work, civic and political engagement and leadership, as well as health and well-being. It concludes with ways forward: what action is implied by evidence and data for achieving more gender-equal societies and how progress towards such societies is to be measured. 
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  • Policy Brief: Girls’ Learning and Empowerment – The Role of School Environments
    Policy Brief: Girls’ Learning and Empowerment – The Role of School Environments
    The ‘Girls’ Learning and Empowerment – The Role of School Environments’ Policy Brief finds that, despite major increases in girls’ access to education and improvement in girls’ learning outcomes over the past decade, gender inequalities persist, and are particularly stark in many low-income countries. Given the developmental benefits of education – for individual girls, their families and communities, and wider society – these inequalities represent significant lost opportunities.  
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  • Counting the Invisible
    Counting the Invisible
    Counting the Invisible: Using data to transform the lives of girls and women by 2030 explores the current state of gender data. This report identifies some of the approaches that will be needed during the next 15 years, and introduces a vibrant new partnership that Plan International is spearheading. 
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  • Harnessing the Power of Data for Girls
    Harnessing the Power of Data for Girls
    Accountability for progress during the SDG era will depend on data, yet their availability for two thirds of the SDG indicators relevant to girls is either limited or non-existent; where data do exist, they are not always utilized or made available in user-friendly formats. In some cases, data are not sufficiently disaggregated or analysed by sex and age. In other cases, there is insufficient data collection on issues unique to or of critical importance to girls. 
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