Girls’ Globe was founded in November 2011 and since then we have grown from a one-person blog to a global network of passionate advocates for women and girls.

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We now have the possibility to join the Women Deliver 2013 conference and actively participate to learn more about the front-line issues facing women and girls and what we can do to continue our work to help empower women and girls around the world. At Women Deliver the Girls’ Globe bloggers are meeting each other for the first time face to face!

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Girls’ Globe is thrilled to be contributing to the live coverage of the Women Deliver 2013 conference, partnering with Women Deliver and fhi360.

Here is a recap of the Girls’ Globe bloggers pre-conference participation in Kuala Lumpur on Monday, May 27th, 2013!

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A big shout out and thank you to all our funding partners that made this Girls’ Globe meet up possible!

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