How does it feel to be raised in the worst country in the world on gender equality? What does it mean to be a Yemeni woman?
Girls’ Globe"Now, Yemen is entering its 5th year of war. The economy has collapsed. There's a shift in gender roles, as women are seeking work to help support their families." - Hadil Al-Ashwal
>> Read the post by @yemenifeministm here
Is it impossible to be a feminist and a football fan? Chanté Moos reflects on the reasons I could have stopped being a football fan.
Girls’ Globe"These are enough reasons to absolutely hate football, but I simply cannot. I am optimistic about the future of women's football. It starts with investment and representation." writes @coco_chante.
#football #womensfootball #soccer #womenssoccer
Bashirat Oladele talks about her intersectional approach to activism as a Black Muslim and African woman. #BlackLivesMatter must include ALL black people
Girls’ Globe"My identities as being a Black Muslim woman who is also African come in one. I experience discrimination in many unique ways: my skin colour, my gender, my religion and being African." writes Bashirat Oladele
>> Read the full post here
Demand that the South African Government act against Gender Based Violence
Girls’ GlobeDemand that the South African Government act against Gender Based Violence - Sign the Petition!
Thanks @coco_chante for starting this petition. Add your voice. #endGBV #endsexism #endviolence #blm
chng.it/fNjPdFqx via @Change
If you are anti-sexist, you should be anti-racist. Sandra Blands death in police custody sparked the #SayHerName-movement started.
Girls’ Globe"My own country, South Africa is the femicide capital of the world. What I have observed about gender based violence here is that mainly white women and middle-class women get the media attention" writes @coco_chante ... girlsglobe.org/2020/06/08/say…
#SayHerName #BlackLivesMatter #blm
For Evalin Karijo, her youth leadership role at Amref Health Africa – especially during this time of the pandemic – has put those skills to the test.
Girls’ Globe"During this pandemic, my experiences in adapting to changing times and leading teams to do so has come in handy." - Evalin Karijo, @Amref_Worldwide
Read Leading Youth Advocacy Movement in the Wake of COVID-19 by @Amref_UK here
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Many are experiencing a lockdown or something similar. I've compiled a list of things to do, read, listen to and think about during this isolated time.
Girls’ GlobeSouth African blogger Mia du Toit shares her isolation inspiration with us! Get her 9 tips for dedicating time to yourself here: ow.ly/dkFK50ziV7L
#isolationinspiration #covid19 #workingfromhome #lockdown