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Girls' Education Challenge Oct 11
The has 27 projects working in 15 countries, many in areas severely affected by conflict. Find out what they are learning about getting girls into school and helping them to learn
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Janina Kugel Oct 11
Girls can do anything! 💪 Wishing all the girls around the world in who you are and in what you're doing! Access to and opportunities! Happy ! 🙋‍♀️
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Laura Williams Oct 12
Proud of the team this week... 1. Delivering 2 Cross country events 2. Providing an invaluable and inspiring experience to over 400 young girls to try 22 different sports at 3. Demonstrating the value of the team being based
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STATE OF MIC Oct 11
Today we celebrate the life of every girl around the globe and we are telling them “you’re loved, you’re strong and you matter”. Walk through every struggle and soar beyond the set standards.
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Jingle & Rudolf Oct 11
If she can see it, she can be it. 🙋 It's International Day of the Girl today , so we couldn't be happier we've got this month as our Illustrator in Residence. Check out her awesome interpretation of
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Beth  Ulrich Oct 11
For International Day of the Girl we organized an event that brought 100 girls to 4 Fire Paramedic Halls. In Wpg, 5% of fire fighters identify as female; 35% for paramedics. Today girls learned that this exciting career is an option for them 💪🏼👩🏾‍🚒🙌🏼
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Florian Rathgeber Oct 14
Blown away by the amazing pitches, ideas and prototypes delivered by 11-18 yo girls at this weekend. Humbled & honoured to have the chance to mentor these rising stars!
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Samuel Leadismo Oct 13
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Kathy Lette Oct 11
While mentoring clever, creative school girls for in the Eye, it's infuriating to note that 2 out of 3 UK girls have been sexually harassed in public. This I’m backing to say it’s not ok >
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chesang domtila Oct 12
Men sharing with fellow men on issues affecting girls.
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BudgiT for Business Oct 11
Let’s help girls achieve their greatest potential by investing in them.
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Louis #GlobalCitizen Adekola Oct 11
Thank you so much for organizing the conversation here on Twitter. Thanks also to the two incredible facilitators and . Wishing you the best in all that you do. Happy International I rep.
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Sadia Hussein Oct 12
We always complained that men are violating our rights. Today a man has vowed to protect girls' rights. This is a great achievement to see men at the forefront fighting against female genital mutilation. Let's support this and donate however small.
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AB Albrectsen Oct 11
Let’s give a huge round of ❤️👏🏿💐and appreciation for Caren who took over my Twitter account today. She is already an amazing leader and change maker and a real champion of our common mission to make every girls seen, heard and valued
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Mandy Van Deven Oct 11
"There is no such thing as the voiceless, only the deliberately unheard." – Arundhati Roy
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Maria G Lindsay Oct 11
Globally, 62 million girls ages 6-15 are not in school. Encourage everyday by telling them: You are amazing, you are strong, you are powerful, you are special, you are loved. ⁠ ⁠
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Episcopal UN Oct 11
Standing ovation and thundering applause for Shreeya, 14 year old Girl Advocate: “Girls are not animals, girls are not garbage...girls are strong and beautiful, like me.” ❤️ . .
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Musu Bakoto Sawo Oct 11
It was an exciting day for us in The Gambia. We collaborated with and to commentate the . It is important to highlight that with education and economic empowerment, girls can change the world. With her: a skilled force.
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Rep. Bonnie Watson Coleman Oct 11
Today on International Day of the Girl, is honoring the remarkable 2018 National Gold Award Girl Scouts at a ceremony at the . Congrats to these young women on being leaders who fought to change the world around them.
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Lyari's Girls Cafe Oct 11
The Lyari's Girls Cafe celebrated the ‘International Day of the Girl’ ’ “let’s go cycling” at Sea view, Karachi to highlight the challenges girls face while advocating for their empowerment. Any distance, every mile - you can achieve your dreams.
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