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Intersectionality: from Theory to Practice by Girls' Globe

Intersectionality: from Theory to Practice

In a lot of mainstream feminist media, culture and conversation, intersectionality has become a buzzword. But what does it actually mean, and how does it relate to gender equality? To understand more, we spoke to Mpho Elizabeth Mpofu.

Starting a Career in International Development? This Advice is for You. by Girls' Globe

Pursuing a Career in Development? This Advice is for You

Whether you’re building your international development career already or you hope to enter the sector in the future, a little guidance from those who have done it all before can be really valuable. But for many of us, accessing the collective knowledge of successful women

Hopes for the Future after the Nairobi Summit on ICPD25 | Girls' Globe on the ground

Hopes for the Future after the Nairobi Summit on ICPD25

“My vision is that we will have all girls being able to access sexual and reproductive health knowledge and rights.”
– Mourine Achieng, Moving the Goalposts

This week, Girls’ Globe has been on the ground at the Nairobi Summit to amplify the voices of grassroots activists, youth leaders and passionate advocates. 25 years ago, in 1994, the International Conference on Population and Development adopted a landmark Programme of Action. There has been significant progress since then, but dramatic inequality remains, and we have a long way still to go. What happens after this year’s summit is crucial.

In this video, we hear from women about their hopes and visions for the future.

Grassroots activists at the Nairobi Summit on ICPD25

Grassroots Activists Reflect on the Nairobi Summit on ICPD25

The Girls’ Globe team met youth advocates and SRHR-leaders at the She Decides Open House in Nairobi. She Decides is a global movement with the vision of a world where every girl and woman can decide what to do with her body, with her life

Why is the Nairobi Summit on ICPD25 important?

Nairobi Summit on the International Conference on Population and Development is taking place 25 years after the first conference was held in Cairo in 1994. The Summit gathers civil society, youth activists, UN leaders, ministers and heads of state in the Kenyan capital this week. There are very many aspects as to why this Summit comes at a critical time. We asked grassroots advocates: “why is the Nairobi Summit on ICPD25 important to you?” Here’s what they said…

Felogene Anumo and Jade Maina talking about the Nairobi Summit on ICPD25

Why Women March to the Nairobi Summit on ICPD25

“I envision a country, or rather, a continent, where young girls and young women have power to decide on what to do with their bodies and have access to information so that they can make better and good decisions.”
– Ruth Mumbi, Social Justice Defender, Kenya

The Girls’ Globe team, led by Felogene Anumo and Abigail Arunga, spoke to women marching in the lead up to the Nairobi Summit on ICPD25. A common thread in the responses to why they were marching was access to information and services for women and girls – especially those in marginalized communities. Realizing sexual and reproductive health and rights will lead to better decisions about their bodies. Women were marching for women to have full autonomy over their bodies and to put an end to maternal deaths.

Female Freestyle by @nadineelroubi on Instagram

Female Freestyle by Nadine

We came across Nadine on Instagram (@nadineelroubi). She’s a brilliant musician, rapper, photographer, videographer (and more!) from Sudan. Nadine’s latest freestyle that she posted on the gram, was far too fierce not to share with you here too. She asks what it actually means to be a female something… and yeah – what is that?! 

Nomtika Mjwana shares her power message through a megaphone

Power Advice for Activists from Nomtika Mjwana

Nomtika Mjwana is an activist for sexual and reproductive health and rights from South Africa. Many women and girls may be struggling to claim their space when fighting for human rights, social justice or gender equality. In this recorded monologue for Girls’ Globe, Nomtika shares her power advice to activists and advocates worldwide.

Nomtika encourages you to know that you are not alone, to dare to challenge power and to not be afraid to take up space. Watch and listen to this piece of power advice to girls.

Investing in the Power of Nurses

Investing in the Power of Nurses

Investing in the Power of Nurse Leadership: What Will It Take? is a new report reflecting the voices of nurses around the world.

The Power of Female Health Workers

Women make up more than 70 percent of the health workforce. Despite the fact that they play a critical role in improving and saving the lives of people around the world, female health workers are often unrecognized, underpaid or unpaid. These  facts were presented by

In Conversation with Christine Sayo Girls' Globe SRHR

In Conversation with Christine Sayo

In this conversation with Girls’ Globe, Christine Sayo talks about feeling judged by others for simply talking openly about issues related to sex.

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