Girls and women have a right to be equal everywhere — in every country and in every aspect of life.
Yet today, girls and women are not equal anywhere. And setbacks for gender equality block global progress.
People and partners around the world are stepping up the fight. And we won’t stop until we achieve equality for all girls and all women, wherever they are.
Let the world know you stand with the champions and changemakers working to ensure girls and women are equal everywhere.
Rebecca Stern, the president of the Girl Up Pennsylvania Coalition and the Girl Up Great Valley High School Club, is a strong advocate and leader of menstrual equity in PennsylvaniaRead Her Story
Irene Irere, a youth activist living in Musanze city in northern Rwanda, is committed to eliminating gender-based violence and preventing pregnancy among young girls. She understands from her own life the importance of having links to jobs and self-employment, entrepreneurship training and coaching, and access to financing, family planning, and reproductive health services.Read Her Story
Courage. Equal opportunity. Designing your own future. Eradicating gender norms.
These are just a few of the ways that Girl Up leaders across the world-- Chicago, New Jersey, India, Venezuela – describe what being #EqualEverywhere means to them. In their communities, they’re leading to drive progress on equality for all girls and women—everywhere.Read Her Story
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