Girl app developer raises awareness of the environment
By developing apps to raise awareness on issues that matter most to her, 11-year-old Samantha, from Nicaragua, is proving that girls are capable of creating technology and positive change.
Ruby: "Stop showing us as weak and powerless."
Eighteen-year-old Ruby wants to become a lawyer. She won't let stereotypical representation of girls and women in Bollywood stop her achieving that dream.
Girls in Nepal are demanding radio airtime
After taking over her community radio station to mark International Day of the Girl, Neetika now wants to see an end to discrimination against girls.
Chaguinha: football coach, girls’ rights ally and LGBTIQ+ advocate
Chaguinha is a football trainer, girl’s rights ally, LGBTIQ+ advocate, and role model to girls across his Brazilian community.
Radha escaped child marriage. Now she's a girls' rights leader
At 14-years-old Radha escaped from a child marriage. Now, at 24, she is continuing the fight for girls’ rights.
The changing face of fatherhood in the Middle East
Adnan and Abu are proud to share the household workload with their wives. They are an example of changing gender norms in the Middle East that will pave the way for equality.
La Siembra: the family tackling toxic masculinity through rap
Adriana and her two daughters are helping fight machismo and gender stereotypes in Colombia through the power of rap music.
Santina: I want to be prime minister
Last year, Santina, 11, from Timor Leste, took over the position of her prime minister for a day. Now she's determined to inspire girls across her country to become leaders.
Cash project supports children’s education in Mali
Conflict-affected families in Mali can now afford to send their children to school thanks to a cash for work project.
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