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An International Day of the Girl project by the World Association of Girl Guides and Girl Scouts

international day of girl photo from Girl Scouts of the Philippines ( Batangas Council)

احتفلت مرشدات قطر باليوم العالمي للفتيات وهذه نماذج من امنياتهم وتصورهم  للعالم الذي يريدونه

احتفلت مرشدات قطر باليوم العالمي للفتيات وهذه نماذج من امنياتهم وتصورهم  للعالم الذي يريدونه

احتفلت مرشدات قطر باليوم العالمي للفتيات بطرق واساليب مختلفة وهذه بعض تصوراتهم و امنياتهم    

احتفلت مرشدات قطر باليوم العالمي للفتيات بطرق واساليب مختلفة وهذه بعض تصوراتهم و امنياتهم    

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مرشدات قطر

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Deniz’s World

Deniz’s World

vision of an Equal world

Where women are adored loved and cared so that they can freely love , care and adore and both men and women may walk, sing and play - hand-in-hand, step-in-step, through mind-waves and equal heart games.  

2nd Salisbury Rainbows, the world we want for girls

Pictures of a world for girls by the 2nd Salisbury Rainbows aged between 5 and 7 years old

Pictures drawn by Rainbows in the UK aged between 5 and 7 years old of the things they love and think all girls across the world should have. 

Everton Park Gumnut Guides (5-7 yrs) Queensland Australia

Everton Park Gumnut Guides (5-7 yrs) Queensland Australia

Everton Park Gumnut Guides (5-7 yrs) Queensland Australia

Everton Park Gumnut Guides (5-7 yrs) Queensland Australia

Everton Park Gumnut Guides (5-7 yrs) Queensland Australia

Everton Park Gumnut Guides (5-7 yrs) Queensland Australia

Everton Park Gumnut Guides (5-7 yrs) Queensland Australia

Everton Park Gumnut Guides (5-7 yrs) Queensland Australia

Everton Park Gumnut Guides (5-7 yrs) Queensland Australia

Everton Park Gumnut Guides (5-7 yrs) Queensland Australia

Everton Park Gumnut Guides (5-7 yrs) Queensland Australia

Everton Park Gumnut Guides (5-7 yrs) Queensland Australia

12th Lisburn (Wallace) Senior Section, Northern Ireland have a “pink evening” while thinking about how to put Girls in the Lead

12th Lisburn (Wallace) Senior Section, Northern Ireland have a “pink evening” while thinking about how to put Girls in the Lead

    
Fiji Girl Guides and members of the community contributing their ideas to the Commitment Corner at the 
On this year’s International Day of the Girl, the Fiji Girl Guides provided a community platform for young girl leaders to speak out on issues affecting girls and young women in Fiji and imagine a world where ‘girls are in the lead’.  Supported by UNICEF Pacific, Fiji Girl Guides used photography, creative banner design and public speaking as tools to develop leadership and advocacy skills and empower Girl Guides to become change makers in their communities. Girl Guides and guests were also invited to pledge their commitment and contribute their own ideas to putting girls in the lead. 
 More photos of the event can be seen on the UNICEF Pacific blog - http://unicefpacific.blogspot.com/2013/10/girls-can-do-anything.html

Fiji Girl Guides and members of the community contributing their ideas to the Commitment Corner at the 

On this year’s International Day of the Girl, the Fiji Girl Guides provided a community platform for young girl leaders to speak out on issues affecting girls and young women in Fiji and imagine a world where ‘girls are in the lead’.  Supported by UNICEF Pacific, Fiji Girl Guides used photography, creative banner design and public speaking as tools to develop leadership and advocacy skills and empower Girl Guides to become change makers in their communities. Girl Guides and guests were also invited to pledge their commitment and contribute their own ideas to putting girls in the lead.

 More photos of the event can be seen on the UNICEF Pacific blog - http://unicefpacific.blogspot.com/2013/10/girls-can-do-anything.html