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International Day of the Girl Child
October 11 All day
International Day of the Girl Child is an annual and internationally recognized observance on October 11 that empowers girls and amplifies their voices.
Like its adult version, International Women’s Day, celebrated on March 8, International Day of the Girl Child acknowledges the importance, power, and potential of adolescent girls by encouraging the opening up of more opportunities for them.
At the same time, this day is designated to eliminate gender-based challenges that little girls face around the world, including child marriages, poor learning opportunities, violence, and discrimination. – click for more information, including the history of the event –
International Day of the Girl Child is celebrated during a weeklong period of time. Organizations around the globe use this event as an opportunity to experience a Pioneers in Skirts watch event with the girls and families in their community.
There are SIX amazing ways to watch Pioneers in Skirts. Click here to find out how!!
At the present rate of change, it will take nearly a century to achieve parity, a timeline we simply cannot accept.
Major themes in the film:
1. The best ways to support women and girls who struggle with career-limiting obstacles and setbacks
2. How to be more aware of perpetuating gender bias in the culture you live, work, and go to school in
3. The approach we ALL can take when advocating for our female co-workers, classmates, and family members
4. What workplaces can do to make a positive impact for their female employees
Book a movie screening of your own!
Use the power of film to foster engagement, meaningful dialogue, and social impact in your community.
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