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One girl can make a difference in the lives of girls around the world, and Girl Up Youth Champion Priyanka is proof! Check out this inspiring video about Priyanka's Girl Up group at Stanford University. A special thanks to HooplaHa for producing!watch more videos
If you thought teenage girlhood was full of nail polish, boys, and cattiness, think again. The only “boy talk” at the Girl Up Leadership Summit was a conversation on how to get the boys in their respective schools involved in solving global issues that face young women worldwide.
Over 100 passionate, energetic, and excited teen girls from around the country gathered last week in the Sun Trust building in Washington, D.C. for the 2nd Annual Girl Up Leadership Summit. Five inspiring highlights resonated with me.
Hello from Moscow! Our Girl Up Director, Melissa, and I landed here on Friday and got a behind-the-scenes look at the 2013 G(irls)20 Summit so far.
On Father’s Day, we celebrate strong and inspiring men. That’s where Girl Up Champion Nigel Barker comes in.
I am so grateful that I have been given the opportunity to attend both the 2012 and 2013 Leadership Summits; I've learned so much and met so many wonderful people. I can't wait for 2014!
From the Queen of Buckingham palace to the Queen of the Music Stage, who runs the world? GIRLS. I was fortunate enough to witness this firsthand…in London!
What do many girls want to be like when they grow up? Strong minded and passionate women, who use their personal experiences to facilitate change, just like Zainab Salbi.
“We believe adolescent girls are the most powerful catalysts for change on the planet,” wrote UN Foundation President & CEO Kathy Calvin and Nike Foundation President & CEO Maria Eitel in a piece that appeared on the Guardian website this week.
Passionate about girls’ education and the impact it has in developing countries? What’s the one thing you would want to tell girls around the world about education? Add your message on girls’ education and it could be featured on CNN.com!
What do Beyoncé, Jennifer Lopez, Ellie Goulding and Florence + the Machine all have in common? They’ll be at The Sound of Change Live concert, and you can be, too! Girl Up is thrilled to announce “The Sound of Change Sweepstakes”, your chance to win two tickets to The Sound of Change Live on June 1, 2013 at Twickenham Stadium in London.