Girls’ rights

Here’s what we could find on the subject.

Teenage Girls in Argentina Deserve Better

As multilateral organizations continue to research sexual and reproductive rights in Latin America, I’ve been learning many sad truths about my country. This year, we learned that Argentina’s teenage pregnancy rates are the highest in the Southern Cone (Brazil, Argentina, Chile, and Uruguay). It’s estimated

International Day of the Girl 2018

I’m very excited about International Day of the Girl because this year, I am spending the day working at an organization fighting to ensure that all girls have access to free, safe and quality education. The more time I spend working in this environment, the more

Challenging Prejudices in Girls’ Circles

The recent surge in tragic violence in Myanmar’s westernmost Rakhine State has prompted critical discussions in Girl Determined’s weekly adolescent girls’ Circles.

From Child Worker to Girl with Big Dreams

A stable family can change the course of a girl’s life. Around the world, SOS Children’s Villages work to provide loving and stable families for children in need – children like Diane*.

The Girl Child Platform is going to CSW

For the second year in a row the Girl Child Platform is going to the UN:s Commission on the Status of Women (CSW) in New York. The 61st session of CSW begins on March 13th and continues for two weeks. Representatives from UN member states,

A Beginner’s Guide to Stopping Time

This piece was written by Julia Z. – a high school student from the United States of America. All opinions are her own. We hear our grandparents say it. Preach it. Sitting around a crackling fire surrounded by family. Those wise with age warn those

Remember the Forgotten Ones

On a brisk Sunday afternoon, I sat down with two true human rights advocates. These two women shared countless reasons why educating children particularly girls was important to the recovery and betterment of a nation. And why girls need quality education just as much as they

White Ribbon Alliance: Passionate Citizens Changing Communities

Girls’ Globe bloggers have had the opportunity to meet with and speak to Midwives and Citizen Journalists from Uganda, Malawi and Zimbabwe, who are working with White Ribbon Alliance to strengthen the rights and health of women and children, and to change communities so that they

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