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Watch our videoView our 6-minute video "Listen to Girls" posted on YouTube!

The video shows young women from around the world meeting in St. Paul in an international summit to learn the leadership skills they need to change the world.

Girls International Forum is a girl-led organization, where girls learn leadership skills by taking direct action, including planning and facilitating our events. We are currently raising funds to host our second international summit. Please click here to help us bring girls together to continue planning for the second international summit, hosting Global Girls Day, and launching an improved interactive website.


Global Girls Day


Girls International Forum (GIF) created Global Girls Day as a way for more girls to learn about the issues facing girls all around the world. For two years, Girls International Forum has hosted a Global Girls Day event at Macalester College in St. Paul, Minnesota. For this event, Girl Summit Leaders (girls from our national planning team of girls) facilitated workshops on girls’ education, human trafficking, gender-based violence, and HIV/AIDS. Presenters from the Minnesota AIDS Project, Asian Media Access, TVByGirls, Civil Society, WATCH, and New Moon Magazine have all helped make Global Girls Day a great success!

The Girls Summit Leaders are currently developing a model for hosting a Global Girls Day event in your community! Please check back for more information.

Please browse our website and consider joining us to advance girls rights. Feel free to contact us with any questions and comments at gif@girlsforum.org.

 

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