GIRLS GET EQUAL: Girls' Leadership SchoolBrazil
Gender inequality, abuse and violence are major barriers to the full development of millions of girls. At least 3529 women were murdered in 2018 on the basis of gender in 25 countries in Latin America and the Caribbean, although the actual data could be much higher since in some countries only those committed by the partner or ex-partner of the victims are collected as femicide or femicide.
Total raised €100%raised
Nicequest clients 570€
Those people who have naturally benefited from the project's interventions.
- Materials 570€
- Total 570€
Child marriage and physical and sexual violence are the main obstacles for girls to access secondary school and to acquire the personal and academic knowledge that will facilitate their entry into the labour market and allow them to break out of the cycle of poverty.
Plan International works to defend the rights of young women and girls, so that they can actively participate in their community or country. Access to education for young people has been shown to be the solution to ending child poverty and gender inequality.
The "Leadership School for Girls" project is aimed at empowering girls between 14 and 18 years of age in situations of vulnerability for the prevention of gender violence, the development of their life skills, knowledge of their rights and the promotion of their citizen participation as leaders for change.
Through this 9-month training course, participants are expected to learn how to prepare plans for political influence and help fight feminicide.
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- Develop their skills to a life where they can fully develop their potential and autonomy
- Strengthen their knowledge of their rights, so that they can transform their realities and effect change around them
- Encourage their participation in advocacy actions so that they themselves can promote the right to a life free of violence, abuse and gender inequalities in their schools and communities.
Who will benefit?
50 girls between 14 and 18 years old in a vulnerable situation in the city of Sao Paulo.
In addition, about 1,000 people (girls and adults) will benefit from the actions carried out by the groups of girls who are beneficiaries of the project.
To contribute to the process of empowerment of girls and young women, through the development of their leadership skills and their knowledge of rights, promoting their citizen participation with actions of political influence in favour of gender equality and girls' rights.
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