“For me Girls’ Globe has been a space to raise my voice and speak for those who can’t do that in my country. Girls’ Globe means freedom of speech, connection with other girls around the world and digital sisterhood. Girls’ Globe has taught me the hunger we have as women to speak up and to put our stories on the table and realize we are united for change.”

Lorena Monroy, Girls’ Globe Blogger, Mexico

“Girls’ Globe is an alive community of globally minded women. It’s a mentorship program and a launching pad for its members. I can’t say enough about how something seemingly so straightforward can have such a long lasting impact on the people involved in it.”

Farahnaz Mohammed, Girls’ Globe Blogger Jamaica

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“Being a part of Girls’ Globe has enriched my life in so many ways. As a blogger, I’ve gained skills in writing and research that have helped me grow professionally. Girls’ Globe has also given me a platform to explore my creativity through contributing with photographs and illustrations. It has also given me a space to share the story of my life and my struggles with mental health as a way to destigmatize the conversation around this still taboo topic.

Girls’ Globe has helped me become a better storyteller, and most importantly, a better person and advocate for girls and women worldwide.”

Gabrielle Rocha Rios, Girls’ Globe Blogger Brazil/USA

“Girls’ Globe means sorority, empowerment, a platform that has allowed me and other women to share our stories and to remind us that what we have to say matters. It has also given me a chance to meet women from many different countries who I deeply admire. Needless to say, I am incredibly grateful to be part of this community.”

Mariana Lizárraga, Girls’ Globe blogger, Mexico

Illustration by Laiza Onofre

“As an illustrator, Girls’ Globe has been a place of constant encounter and creation. It is a platform that has inspired me and taught me that there are more things that unite us as women that what we have been led to believe.”

Laiza Onofre, illustrator, Mexico

“Being part of Girls’ Globe is such a wonderful and empowering experience. It’s liberating to have a platform to share my thoughts as a young woman and a space to demand action on girls’ and women’s rights. But what’s more, is the feeling of being part of an inspiring community of women that is spread across the globe that collectively forms a movement pushing strongly for social justice.”

Sanne Thijssen, Girls’ Globe blogger, The Netherlands


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