Programme research reveals major leaps in girls' leadership through sport & life skills
UN Women Executive Director speaks out for sport as a tool to reach and empower girls and women.
The recent ten day leadership exchange programme in Nepal was much more than just a trip for Soccer Without Borders staff Katy Nagy.
After five years of collaboration through the Girl Power Alliance, over 1.5 million girls have experienced positive change.
Displacement and migration means an increased risk of experiencing gender-based violence for girls and women. What does it mean for them to play?
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
"Dirty and different; that is what I felt." Bertha was abused twice in her life and felt there was no hope. She had lost dreams that she thought would never come true. Now, she tells her story to young girls so that they realise that, with support, their dreams can come true.