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The Forgotten Development Goal: Personal Reflections

Sustainable Development Goal 18: Engagement and Interest for Development Within All People. How does that sound? Why is this goal needed when we already have 17 of them? But I know that if it actually was an SDG it would already be achieved. I can

Unity is Strength: Co-creating a Future for Women and Girls

A journey of thousand miles begins with one step! This month, September 2016, marks one year since the adoption of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) by Heads of States. While global policy agreements are key, they are no longer enough in today’s world. And sure

Meet Zanele Mabaso – Girls’ Globe Blogger from South Africa

Girls’ Globe is in New York City this week during the United Nations General Assembly – bringing young women from three different continents together to participate, provide live coverage and provide their perspectives on conversations related to the Sustainable Development Goals and the rights and health

The Power of Empowering Women and Girls

We can’t talk about creating sustainable change and development without taking into account available resources. Engaging people and allowing more and more citizens – particularly women and girls – to actively participate in global processes and decision making bodies, and letting their opinions guide action,

“It’s a story that keeps me up at night.” – Q&A with Chernor Bah

I always give the example of the civil rights movement. You don’t spend finite resources on trying to convince white people that black people are human beings. When you’ve achieved critical mass, when it’s not the exception anymore for a young girl born in a village somewhere to become a businesswoman, mindsets will change.

What is SRHR? Why Should You Care?

At a UNGA meeting on sexual reproductive health and rights, one of the panelists looked around the room and noted that all the attendees knew each other. And as someone interested in the field, but something of a newcomer, I was occasionally lost in the

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