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Read the Latest Action for Girls!

Read the Latest Action for Girls!

Read the latest edition of Action for Girls and learn about the latest news in girls’ rights, and the work of the Working Group on Girls! Special thanks to our Communications Team: Susan O’Malley, Jackie Shapiro, Carolyn Donovan, Margery Cohen, and Rebecca (Girl Advocate extraordinaire).

NEW Girl Advocate Applications Availa...

NEW Girl Advocate Applications Available

Are you passionate about girls’ issues around the world? Do you want to speak with global leaders, activists, politicians and change-makers about girls’ rights? The Working Group on Girls is looking for a team of dynamic, passionate, motivated Girl Advocates to join us this year and make sure girls’ voices and experiences are heard, listened […]

Join UN Women’s Beijing +20 Cam...

Join UN Women’s Beijing +20 Campaign

As part of UN Women’s Beijing +20 campaign, they will focus on the Girl Child for the month of August. Throughout the month, you can help share the message about girls’ rights with #Beijing20 and their social media package which includes images, fast facts, and stories to share with your network. Check out their latest […]

Celebrate IDG 2014 at the 2nd Annual ...

Celebrate IDG 2014 at the 2nd Annual Girls Speak Out

The Working Group on Girls is proud to partner with Day of the Girl Summit to host the 2nd Annual Girls Speak Out at the United Nations on 10 October 2014. This year, the Girls Speak Out will focus on tell the stories of girls from around the world. We need to hear from YOU!  Reflect on […]

Beijing+20 and the Importance of Part...

Beijing+20 and the Importance of Partnerships with Girls

WGG Girl Advocate, Christina was invited to speak on “Beijing + 20 and Partnerships” at the May membership meeting of the NGO CSW.  The panel, moderated by Beth Adamson of the WGG included:  Rosemary Lane:  Senior Social Affairs officer at DESA, Focal Point on Aging, who discussed the importantance of hearing the voices of women […]

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