Young people must have the opportunity to lead change within their own communities. We seek ways to enable vulnerable children to understand and defend their rights.
Across the world girls suffer injustices every day simply because they are young and female. We aim to help the girls’ rights movement to grow, to take it from grassroots to global, so girls have greater control in their lives.
We encourage boys and young men to respect girls and women, and empower them to become allies to the global girls’ rights movement.
HOW GIRLS ARE TACKLING HARASSMENT IN CAIRO
Girls are coming together in Cairo to tackle harassment and outdated attitudes in their community and defend their right to an education. Here's how.Read more
Safe spaces for youth: How girls transform their cities
Through the many conversations we had with girls in the different cities, we came to understand that they rarely feel safe in their cities. In 2030, there will be more than 700 million girls living in cities. The growing number of girls living in urban areas opens up opportunities in their...Read more
Boys are becoming gender equality allies
Boys across Latin America are embarking on a process of self-discovery. They're learning to identify their privileges and understand the part they can play in helping achieve gender equality.Read more
Young activist campaigns for safer cities in Uganda
Meet Faridah, 21, from Uganda. Her inspirational story shows how girls and young women have the power to overcome adversity to become leaders of change in their lives and communities.Read more
Girls Get Equal campaign launches in Uganda
Girls Get Equal, the global campaign demanding power, freedom and representation for girls and young women, has officially launched in Uganda.Read more