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11 Oct 2017

The rate of change towards gender parity on all fronts is agonisingly slow and bad news for the next generation of girls growing up in Australia and around the world.

We know that at the heart of this issue is lack of visibility about the experiences of girls. The data simply does not...

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13 May 2016

Reveals Australian teenage girls’ perceptions about uninvited sexually explicit images, pressure to take and send sexy photographs and cyber bullying.

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  • seven out of ten Australian girls aged 15-19 believe online harassment and bullying is endemic
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12 May 2016

Reveals one third (30 percent) of young Australian women aged 15-19 report avoiding public places after dark, with approximately 23 percent believing it’s not safe to travel alone on public transport.

Making our cities safer

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01 Dec 2015

This project was designed to improve education for children in Gia Lai province, particularly ethnic minority children in disadvantaged areas. The project had four components:

  • Improved education for children aged 0 - 3 years. This included support for parents to deliver early
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11 Oct 2017

The rate of change towards gender parity on all fronts is agonisingly slow and bad news for the next generation of girls growing up in Australia and around the world.

We know that at the heart of this issue is lack of visibility about the experiences of girls. The data simply does not...

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13 Oct 2016

Plan International and Our Watch commissioned this survey to obtain a deeper understanding of young women’s gendered experiences, their most pressing desires for change, and their insights into how to address gender inequality in Australia. 

The survey found that while most young women...

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Research report

13 May 2016

Reveals Australian teenage girls’ perceptions about uninvited sexually explicit images, pressure to take and send sexy photographs and cyber bullying.

Key findings

  • seven out of ten Australian girls aged 15-19 believe online harassment and bullying is endemic
  • ...
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APO Collection(s): 
Geographic Coverage: 
Broad Subject Area(s): 

Survey

12 May 2016

Reveals one third (30 percent) of young Australian women aged 15-19 report avoiding public places after dark, with approximately 23 percent believing it’s not safe to travel alone on public transport.

Making our cities safer

We asked participants what they wanted...

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