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World Refugee Day: Adolescence in Gaza, Bangladesh and South Sudan: implications for policy-makers

20 Jun
09:30-12:00 GMT
London, UK

Organiser: GAGE, Plan International UK, Gender Action for Peace and Security (GAPS)

To commemorate World Refugee Day on June 20th, GAGE, Plan International UK and Gender Action for Peace and Security (GAPS) organised a public event featuring presentation of GAGE and Plan findings, targeting key policy actors working in conflict and humanitarian settings as well as the UK humanitarian sector. At the event we shared emerging evidence from GAGE and Plan International UK, focusing on the lives experience of adolescent girls Gaza, Bangladesh and South Sudan. Speakers included Tanya Barron; CEO of Plan UK, Nicola Jones, GAGE Director; Razmi Farook and head of DRM at Plan UK. Hannah Bond from GAPS and Rebecca Terzeon, head of Gender at DFID acted as discussants.  Kathleen Spencer Chapman, Head of Policy, Advocacy & Research, Plan International UK, moderated the discussion.