#Girls & Women Month

  • Article: The world gets an extra second today, use it to support girls and women around the world

    The world gets an extra second today, use it to support girls and women around the world

    By Brandon Blackburn-Dwyer|June 30, 2015

    Using your extra second to march can change the world for everyone. Read more

  • Article: What has Emma Watson been up to? Just saving the world

    What has Emma Watson been up to? Just saving the world

    By Alex Vinci|June 24, 2015

    HeForShe is collecting some major commitments towards gender equality. Read more

  • Article: Why would a parent send their child to be married?

    Why would a parent send their child to be married?

    From World Vision|June 23, 2015

    The reasons might shock you. Read more

  • Article: Improving water and sanitation for girls and women

    Improving water and sanitation for girls and women

    By Ryan Nardi|Global Poverty Project|June 23, 2015

    The lack of clean water, sanitation and hygiene facilities is holding back girls and women. Read more

  • Video: Global :60 A march that only takes a second

    Global :60 A march that only takes a second

    By Brandon Blackburn-Dwyer|June 19, 2015

    You can make a difference for girls and women around the world and it will just take a second. Read more

  • Article: Investing in female farmers to lift communities out of poverty

    Investing in female farmers to lift communities out of poverty

    By Christina Nuñez|June 19, 2015

    A gender gap is holding female farmers back from reaching their full potential. Read more

  • Video: Global Voices: Let's talk about the power of GOOD sex

    Global Voices: Let's talk about the power of GOOD sex

    By Brandon Blackburn-Dwyer|June 18, 2015

    GOOD sex can empower women, communities and help end extreme poverty, this is how. Read more

  • Video: It’s time to Let Girls Learn and Michelle Obama is onboard

    It’s time to Let Girls Learn and Michelle Obama is onboard

    By Brandon Blackburn-Dwyer|June 17, 2015

    The US and UK are putting $200 million dollars behind sending girls to school. Read more