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On the first ever international day of the girl on 11 October 2012, The World Association of Girl Guides and Girl Scouts asked you to help create the World we want for Girls. You responded that the perfect world for girls was one in which girls were equal to boys, that everyone’s human rights were respected, that a sustainable future for all was guaranteed and that girls were educated, safe, healthy and had decent jobs and opportunities to lead.

Over the course of the year, as we worked with girls and young women, supporters and partners around the world to help make this imaginary world a reality, we asked what was the single biggest thing that would radically change the world as we know it into the world we want?

You sent us pictures, ideas, and events that you did for International Day of Girl. Now we want to hear about how many people you reached! Fill in the Activity Log below with activies you did during International Day of the Girl 2012, and what you will be doing to celebrate International Day of the Girl 2013! 

  • Name/Name of your organisation: WAGGGS/ Madagascar Girl Scouts
    Type of action: Speak Out for Girls' Rights
    Name of action: International Day of the Girls - Madagascar
    Description: Girl scouts will have political leaders, adult leaders in various domains: education, association, etc... as guests on the event they organize. GS will then advocate for their rights to peace, education, health and protection against violence.
    A spot of GS addressing their messages to the whole population messages will
    No. of participants: 200
    Country: Madagascar
    City: Antananarivo
    Date of Action: 11.10.2013
  • Name/Name of your organisation: World Association of Girl Guides and Girl Scouts
    Type of action: World Thinking Day
    Name of action: World Thinking Day Action Log
    Description: The World Association of Girl Guides and Girl Scouts asked everyone who celebrated world thinking day to update the action log. There were celebrations around the world.
    No. of participants: 12948
    Country: United Kingdom
    Date of Action: 22.02.2013
  • Name/Name of your organisation: World Association of Girl Guides and Girl Scouts
    Type of action: Raise Awareness Campaign
    Name of action: 24 Hour Chat
    Description: WAGGGS held a 24 hour chat to raise awareness of issues that girls and young women are facing today, to generate more ideas on how to build the world we want for girls, to encourage people to take action.
    No. of participants: 1016
    Country: United Kingdom
    Date of Action: 11.10.2012
  • Name/Name of your organisation: World Association of Girl Guides and Girl Scouts
    Type of action: Raise Awareness Campaign
    Name of action: The world we want for girls Tumblr site
    Description: Launched on International Day of the Girl 2012, we asked all of Members to share with everyone what they thought the world we want for girls should look like.
    No. of participants: 383
    Country: United Kingdom
    Date of Action: 30.09.2013
  • Name/Name of your organisation: Pakistan Girl Guides Association Baluchistan Branch
    Type of action: Speak Out for Girls' Rights
    Name of action: Poster Competition and Discussion among Senior Guides on Girls International Day
    Description: • A Poster Competition was conducted among Senior Guides for the celebration of “Girl’s International Day”. The theme of the competition was “The World we want in Reality (Freedom of Expressions for Girls)”
    Guides participated actively and showed their ideal expressions in the posters for the world they want
    No. of participants: 20
    Country: Pakistan
    City: Quetta
    Date of Action: 11.10.2012
  • Name/Name of your organisation: World Association of Girl Guides and Girl Scouts
    Type of action: Raise Awareness Campaign
    Name of action: Stop the Violence Rwanda Event
    Description: 48 participants from 28 countries around the world met in Kigali, Rwanda to take part in the 'Stop the Violence' training event as part of the Fifth World Centre Pilot Project. This was a week-long training programme where participants discovered, discussed, learned and inspired by actions undertaken by the Association des Guides
    No. of participants: 599
    Country: Rwanda
    Date of Action: 06.05.2013
  • Name/Name of your organisation: World Association of Girl Guides and Girl Scouts
    Type of action: Raise Awareness Campaign
    Name of action: 16Days
    Description: 16Days is an awareness campaign to end violence against women. In 2012 WAGGGS attended an event in Antwerp to help raise awareness on this day.
    No. of participants: 100
    Country: Belgium
    Date of Action: 25.11.2011
  • Name/Name of your organisation: Royal Bank of Scotland
    Type of action: Invested in a Girl
    Name of action: Royal Bank of Scotland IDG Event
    Description: RBS held an event on 11 October 2012 for the first International Day of the Girl. They had over 22,000 employees attend and pledge their support.
    No. of participants: 22000
    Country: United Kingdom
    Date of Action: 11.10.2012
  • Name/Name of your organisation: World Association of Girl Guides and Girl Scouts
    Type of action: Raise Awareness Campaign
    Name of action: Global Youth Forum in Bali
    Description: The International Conference on International Development held a Global Youth Forum in Bali. Providing the first UN mandated process, led by global youth, for global youth, over 3000 onsite and virtual delegates came together to make recommendations that formed the Bali Declaration - a groundbreaking document that will go directly to the
    No. of participants: 11
    Country: United Kingdom
    Date of Action: 01.12.2012
  • Name/Name of your organisation: World Association of Girl Guides and Girl Scouts
    Type of action: Raise Awareness Campaign
    Name of action: Family Planning Summit
    Description: The UK Government and the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation launched a groundbreaking effort to make affordable, lifesaving contraceptives, information, services, and supplies available to an additional 120 million women and girls in the world’s poorest countries by 2020.

    The summit’s vision was to ensure women in developing countries can
    No. of participants: 2
    Country: United Kingdom
    City: London
    Date of Action: 01.11.2012

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