The potential of sport for gender equity
Partnering with UN Women to empower girls to achieve their rights and athletic dreams
Building leadership and exchanging gender equity ideas across borders
The global conference confirmed it - sport is incredibly important for development.
Programme research reveals major leaps in girls' leadership through sport & life skills
To equip adolescent girls to exercise their rights through sport.
One Win Leads To Another; by 2018, 2 million adolescent girls realise their leadership potential through sport.
One Win Leads to Another
What does being a winner mean? For 12-year old Adrielle Alexandre, who will carry the Olympic torch, it’s not only about becoming an Olympic rhythmic gymnast, but to make her community a place free of violence and full of respect. She is among 400 girls who are participating in a programme in Brazil that empowers girls through sport and by creating safe spaces.