Our Impact

The Stop the Violence - speak out for girls' rights campaign belongs to all Girl Guides and Girl Scouts, so we love hearing about the work taking place around the world to end the violence.

Do you have a story to share about working on the Stop the Violence campaign? Perhaps you made a speech at an event demanding an end to violence against girls, or perhaps you started a discussion in your Guide Unit about what it means to be a girl in your country. Whatever it is you have been doing, if you are helping to end violence against girls we want to hear about it! Email stoptheviolence@wagggs.org and we may even feature your story below.

Here are some of our latest success stories and examples of where you are making an impact in your world:

April 2016 - Portuguese National Trainers deliver Stop the Violence training in Lisbon

March 2016 - Veronica from Kenya shares her powerful story, during the 60th session of the UN Commission on the Status of Women, of the impact of Voices against Violence in Kenya

March 2016 - Hanine, Tunisia, delivers an advocacy session to highlight that there is never justification for domestic violence

January 2016 - Amy Quinn-Graham, Advocacy Coordinator, reflects on the last four ACTIVATE training events

November & December 2015 - Girl Guides and Girl Scouts tell the world #GirlsAreValuable for 16 Days of Activism

May 2015 - Bharat Scouts and Guides deliver a Stop the Violence National Training Event

April 2015 - The second ACTIVATE event, funded by Zonta International, takes place in Zambia

March 2015 - Henda from Tunisia delivers a speech on the power of Voices against Violence at the UN

September 2014 - Stefanie from the USA develops training sessions on gender equality in Nevada

August 2013 - Lesotho Girl Guides launch their own Stop the Violence campaign

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