As the we continue to build a global community of people standing up for girls’ rights and speaking out against violence we want to share helpful resources with our community to support their work.

You can access resources to support your work on the Stop the Violence campaign below.

If you or your Member Organisation have any questions, or you think something is missing from this list, please email – we’d love to hear from you!

To find our 16 Days of Activism 2021 resources go here.

WAGGGS Online Webinars

Education as a tool to tackle GBV

Education is key in addressing violence against girls. By empowering girls and young women to take the lead in asserting their rights you create a powerful force for transformation. By challenging gender stereotypes and reaching boys and young men through non-formal education you challenge the root causes of violence. As experts in non-formal education, we have experience in making big subjects and topics accessible to young audiences.

This webinar will introduce the Voices against Violence curriculum and examples from different countries on how this curriculum has been implemented before.

Webinar 1 Recording and Resources here

Advocacy and girl-led campaigning

This campaign is not about adults or men stopping violence against girls on behalf of girls. It is about empowering girls and young women to be the drivers of change, while recognising that it is never a girl’s responsibility to end the violence she faces. Instead it is saying girls are more than just victims, they are agents of change. They are the instigators of their own futures and the leaders of change within their communities

An opportunity to learn more about how Girl Guides and Girl Scouts around the work are speaking out and leading advocacy campaigns.

Webinar 2 Recording and Resources here

GBV as a human rights violation and legal mechanisms to address it 18 June at 17:00-18:20 (UK, GMT+1)

Violence against girls and young women is a human rights abuse. States around the world have signed up to a number of different international declarations and conventions that provide a legal and policy framework to ensure the rights of young women and girls. It holds communities accountable for their role in upholding girls’ and women’s rights and preventing violence. Join this webinar to learn more about the legal mechanisms and how to support and empower girls and young women to assert these rights.


How to build a girl-led campaign and effectively use social media 25 June at 12:00-13:20 (UK, GMT+1)

Regardless of your understanding of advocacy, you are Your unique voice, motivation and strong commitment to improving people’s lives make the best starting points for this journey. If you are looking to improve your advocacy skills, take action in your community, or help your organisation or group to start a campaign, this webinar is for you.


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