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Conversation with Kizanne James, Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights Advocate Interview

In Conversation with Kizanne James

Let us introduce you to Kizanne James. Kizanne is a physician from Trinidad & Tobago working on reproductive health and rights. In this conversation with Girls’ Globe, Kizanne speaks about the challenges she has faced as a woman – and especially as a black woman

interview with Girls' Globe, Tasneem Kakal navigating public space as a young woman

In Conversation with Tasneem Kakal

Tasneem Kakal from India talks to Girls’ Globe about her experience of navigating and claiming public space as a young woman.

Breastfeeding for Nutrition, Food Security & Poverty Reduction

Breastfeeding is a vital part of sustainable development. It has the potential to end malnutrition, ensure food security and contribute to poverty reduction. World Breastfeeding Week takes place from 1 – 7 August 2017 and will focus on the need to work together to sustain breastfeeding.

“Shake S**t Up!”: Kiran Gandhi Talks Stigma

Yesterday morning I stopped by a small shop. I had woken up to my period in the most inconvenient of all it’s forms – the surprise period – so I didn’t have anything in the way of supplies. I picked up a box of tampons,

Be #Bold4Her: Erasing Gender Norms

During this Tuesday’s sessions at the Women Deliver Conference I attended a plenary called “Be #Bold4Her on gender norms: What are we so afraid of?” where a panel of distinguished speakers were discussing the issue of gender norms. This was an interesting session in many ways, highlighting

The Importance of Data: To Make Women Count, Count Women

“We can’t close the gender gap without closing the data gap.” That was the key message of the speech by Melinda Gates at a session titled “A Girls’ and Women’s lens on the SDGs ” at Women Deliver. With a new plan of action, new

ALUTA CONTINUA: Securing a Healthy Future for Girls and Women

Women’s health news continues to dominate, inform, and affect our lives and imaginations. Ahead of the Women Deliver Conference, I highlight some of the most influential advances in young women’s sexual and reproductive health of this past few decades and their potential to promote women’s

Story Power

As I travelled to work last week, mentally racing through the growing list of things I had left to do before departing for Copenhagen, I absent-mindedly opened the book I had been filling my train journeys with. On the first page I read, the protagonist

#YouthVoices: The Present and Future of Global Health

Young people are the future. This phrase is used time and time again when talking about how and why to engage youth around global issues. Today, at what was one of the most inspiring youth events I have attended to date, Robin Gorna, the Executive Director

Why Are Youth Voices Around the World So Valuable?

Insight for the article provided by Nick Oketch As a college student passionate about empowering youth and improving conditions in developing countries, I have thought about the ways and means to making a difference. I asked myself, “How can I, personally, make a difference to help

The Integration Hypothesis: Let’s Empower Women and Girls

The challenges women and girls experience around the world are interlinked and multi-dimensional. Addressing and developing effective solutions to empower women, girls and communities requires a coordinated global and local response. Last month, Girls’ Globe had the opportunity to be a part of FHI 360’s Integration Hypothesis event

Women Deliver Announces 2016 Conference on 500 Day MDG Milestone

August 18, 2014 marks the 500 day milestone until the deadline to achieve the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) – the eight goals established by the United Nations and governments around the world tackling some of the world’s biggest problems. As the world gears up for

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