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The Necessity of Education for Migran...

The Necessity of Education for Migrant Girls

In a cafe in Rabat, Morocco, Grace* told me that she wanted to go back to school. She drummed her fingers on the metal table before adding that she had to quit primary school and that the violence of a war was too much to risk for an education. But, at least she knew how […]

Honoring HRH Basmah Bint Saud and Ms ...

Honoring HRH Basmah Bint Saud and Ms Rima Salah

HRH Princess Basmah Bint Saud addressed the Working Group on Girls in September 2012. Accompany the Princess is Ms Rima Salah, Former Deputy Secretary Representative of the Secretary General, United Nations to the Central African Republic and Chad and UNICEF Deputy Executive Director in NY for many years.  Beth Adamson and Winifred Doherty, proud co-chairs of WGG […]

What do you think are the most import...

What do you think are the most important issues facing girls today that should be addressed by the United Nations?

UNICEF Global Consultation on Social ...

UNICEF Global Consultation on Social Policy, Equity, Rights and Development

This is to invite you to participate in The Road to Pratolino, an online discussion forum and its companion blog, that will run until February 2012, and which will inform the strategies that will be formulated at the Pratolino IV Consultation, to be held on 21-24 February 2012 in Italy, on the future of UNICEF […]

Lydia Cherop and Andres Guerrero-Feli...

Lydia Cherop and Andres Guerrero-Feliu to Speak at WGG Membership Meeting

DATE: DECEMBER 1, 2011 TIME: 2.00—4.00 P.M. VENUE: BAHA’I INTERNATIONAL OFFICE Speakers: Lydia Cherop, Founder of Women Integrated Initiative for Deveopment (WIIDE) ‘Rural Girls’ – Progress and Challenges in Africa and UNICEF Presenter: Andres Guerrero-Feliu, Partnerships Manager Download Flyer: WGG Mtg Flyer.12.1.11

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