Girls in the Global Economy: Adding It All Up

“The global economic downturn means girls in the developing world are the first to lose their jobs, may end up in the sex trade and more likely to die young.

Plan’s new report shows that economic development is stifled by a lack of in-vestment in girls in the world’s poorest countries. Investing in women is smart economics, investing in girls even smarter.”

Roundtable with the EU institutions, UN and Civil Society

15 October 2009
12:30 – 14:30 Hrs, room ASP A3H-1, European Parliament

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