Girls Get Equal

Girls everywhere are undervalued, undermined and underestimated. But we’re calling time on inequality.

We are done with being silenced and ignored. 

With every action we take we are creating a new world, with new rules. 

Where we have power in all decisions affecting our lives. Where we are safe to speak up without fear and harassment. Where the world stops promoting stereotypes. 

This is a movement for us all. Are you with us?

About Girls Get Equal

Girls Get Equal is the global campaign demanding power, freedom and representation for girls and young women

It’s about ensuring every girl and young woman has power over her own life and can shape the world around her. A world free from discrimination, harassment and violence.

Imagine a world where you see and hear girls equally in the corridors of power, at decision-making tables, in boardrooms, in the media.

Imagine a world that values girls, and where girls value themselves. 

Girls Get Equal is campaigning in support of girls’ power, voice, participation and leadership in over 60 countries. 

The girls’ rights movement is changing our world but girls can’t achieve equality alone, they need allies. They need you.

Actions for girls and their allies

Gradi, an activist from Mali stands in a classroom with Girls Get Equal stripes on her face in blue.

Activist Hub

Inspiration, resources and tools for young campaigners.

To mark the International Day of the Girl in Mali, Fatoumata took over the role of Deputy Ambassador of the European Union Delegation in Mali from Pascal Perennec.

Share your power

Stand in solidarity with girls across the globe.

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What holds girls back from politics?

Girls told us outdated stereotypes and threats of violence have held them back from political participation.

Hear their stories.

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Meet the young people behind the Equal Power Now Youth Manifesto


Equal Power Now: Girls, Young Women and Political Participation

The State of the World’s Girls, 2022.