Tanya Barron is CEO of Plan U.K. since January 2013. Previously, she was international director at Leonard Cheshire Disability, and in 2003 was given the European Woman of Achievement (Humanitarian) award. Barron also holds various trusteeships and is currently a board member of the World Bank's Global Partnership on Disability and Development.
Spendthrift their image may be, young people can and do save. If traditional savings group methodologies aren’t working for the young, we need to adapt them, writes Plan UK's Tanya Barron in this guest commentary.
Comprehensive sexuality education is a vital means through which to engage with young people on the fundamentals of sex, relationships, gender, consent and sexual health, according to Plan U.K. CEO Tanya Barron. How can the global community tap into it's potential?
Far from being the exclusive burden of poorer countries, effective, secure health systems that will work in the long term should be a universal prerogative. An exclusive commentary from Plan U.K. CEO Tanya Barron for the European health month.
While universal health care is a crucial component to realizing the right to health, it cannot be seen in isolation. On World Health Day, Plan U.K. CEO Tanya Barron tells us why we need to join up and scale up on health.