Girls’ Globe is an innovative, women-led online magazine and a global network of individuals and organizations focused on the rights and health of women and girls. With expertise in the area of communications and advocacy our network spans over twenty countries with unique global reach and diversity. Our goal is to amplify youth voices and highlight relevant issues related to women and girls around the world, and to create spaces for women and girls to be heard on issues relevant to them. Our readership spans almost every country with interests ranging from feminism to global development and women’s health to motherhood, and beyond.
Since the launch of girlsglobe.org as a blog in 2011, through the power of social media Girls’ Globe has grown into a global network of passionate young women who are leading the way in global advocacy and communications to advance the health and rights of women and girls. Girls’ Globe aims to bridge the gap between action at the grassroots level and international advocacy and decision making. Enormous change has already occurred through empowering young women in our global network to write, speak and report at an international level. The Girls’ Globe platform fosters new connections and creates a safe space for young women’s voices to be heard, which further instills confidence to advocate for their health and rights and that of their peers.
The mission of Girls’ Globe is to:
▪ raise awareness and educate others about global issues concerning the rights and health of women and girls
▪ advocate for change both online and offline at international and national levels in regards to the rights and health of women and girls
▪ inspire you to join the movement for change and give concrete suggestions on things you can do to promote gender equality
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The Girls’ Globe logo aims to turn the female symbol into a positive, forward and upward facing stroke. The form has been taken from a hand drawn gesture, representing the personal and human accounts of real events around the globe that are posted onto the blog by the various Girls’ Globe bloggers. Girls’ Globe is a registered non-profit organization in Sweden with a team located around the world. You can support the work of Girls’ Globe through making a donation here.