Today is International Day of the Girl, an annual United Nations initiative to support and empower young women around the world by focusing this year on helping girls overcome adversity. On the occasion of International Day of the Girl, we take a moment to reflect on what the day means to us and how we can celebrate it.
International Girls “Day is designed to promote the empowerment of young girls everywhere by working to ensure that girls around the world are treated with respect for human rights. It is also an opportunity to celebrate the achievements of girls, to promote the strengthening of their rights and empowerment, and also to work against violence against women and girls, especially girls and women of colour. In addition to these themes, the International Day for Girls is celebrated every first Sunday of the month to “promote the fulfillment of girls” rights “and empower girls. Priorities will include services related to puberty and sexual health, as well as addressing gender violence, education, health, education and health care.
On the occasion of International Day of the Girl, we reaffirm our commitment to engage youth in the Northwest and Southwest in initiatives to eliminate discrimination against women and girls by building GirlForce, an initiative to empower young girls and women of color. Let us be part of a world that celebrates girls on International Girls Day and do our part to make the world a better place. You can participate in International Children’s Day by raising awareness of the challenges facing girls around the world and by donating to causes that implement programs to improve girls’ lives. With International Girls Day, you can share your efforts to meet girls “needs and reach their potential, and inspire others to take action.
International Girls Day will highlight the importance of investing in the needs and opportunities of girls who are investing in a better, more prosperous future that is equal for all. Saving and educating girls should be our common priority as a nation.
This year’s International Day of the Girl is an important milestone for all those working to empower girls worldwide. We are proud to celebrate this as we unite in the fight for a world without discrimination against girls.
The International Day of the Girl, launched in 2012 by the United Nations General Assembly, has since been celebrated worldwide on 11 October. On 19 December 2011, Resolution 66 / 170 was adopted, which declared 10 October 2012 International Day for the Protection of Girls, and on 18 December 2013, Resolution 67 / 160. The United States, United Kingdom, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, Brazil, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Mexico, Korea, Peru, Singapore, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Taiwan, Turkey, Ukraine, Russia, China, India and South Korea have all adopted or adopted resolutions 66 and 170, both of which declare October 11 International Day of the Child of the Girl, to recognize the unique challenges facing girls around the world.
On 11 October 2012, the United Nations established the International Day of the Girl, also known as National Day for Girls. In 2012, more than 1.5 billion girls and young women worldwide celebrated, and 11 October was designated International Day of the Girl, according to the UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA). s Day is also important because the campaign for generational equality was launched on 10 October 2011 in partnership with the World Health Organisation (WHO) and UNICEF.
The initiative started as a growing business and the campaign aims to educate people about the importance of empowering girls around the world, especially in developing countries. Thus, according to UNICEF, the goal of the first International Day of the Girl was to combat the fact that 12 million girls under the age of 18 were married before they became pregnant. The girl is the girl and underlines the need to provide greater support for girls and young women, as well as for girls’ rights in developed countries, particularly in the Middle East, Africa and Asia.
Although child marriage remains a problem, projects like International Day of the Girl highlight the dissemination of the issue, provoke important government-level conversations, and inspire others to act, UNICEF said.
Half of our coaches and players are women and girls, so it is fitting that today, International Girls “Day, we celebrate their lives and achievements. On National Girl – Child Day, we reaffirm our commitment to ending child marriage and promoting equal opportunities for girls, ending discrimination against girls, and supporting girls’ rights to education, health care, employment, education, and health and well-being in all their forms. And on the International Day for Boys and Girls and Girls around the world, we can promise to offer every girl a safe, equal, progressive and opportunity-rich world! On the occasion of the International Year of the Girl, we would like to reiterate our support for the empowerment of girls to lead healthy and safe lives.