Vote for Girls

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This December, the IDG Summit Team invites you to Vote for Girls  to keep girls’ voices and experiences in the Post-2015 Agenda at the United Nations.

Here’s what’s happening:
From 2000 – 2015, the United Nations used the Millennium Development Goals (or MDGs) to establish a vision of a better world for people everywhere.

The MDGs included 8 goals:

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In 2015, the Millennium Development Goals will come to an end and the international community will need to create a new plan to help people around the world.

This new plan is called the “Post-2015 Agenda.” This is where YOU come in! YOU can help make sure that the United Nations includes girls’ voices and experiences as the Post-2015 Agenda gets formed. And it is SO EASY. Here are 3 Steps that YOU can take:

Step 1: Vote for Girls
Go to the My World survey and add “Girls” to the Suggest a Priority section at the bottom. Complete the rest of the survey and Click “Vote” to make sure that your voice is heard!

Step 2: Show the World Why You Voted for Girls
On a piece of paper, write down why you think it is important to include girls in the Post-2015 Agenda. For example, “I Voted for Girls because…” then add your response.

Take a photo of yourself holding the Vote for Girls paper and post it on Instagram.

Make sure to add the hashtags #Vote4Girls #Post2015 #11MonthsofAction and add @IDG2014 and @NGOWGG in the caption.

Step 3: Join us in our fight for girls’ rights across the globe!
Follow us on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter to learn more about #IDG2014, #11MonthsofAction and stay involved!

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This Month of Action is sponsored by our friends at the Working Group on Girls at the United Nations.

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3 thoughts on “Vote for Girls

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  2. Sheryl Guyon

    Thank you for empowering girls! WE can support girls and education in our own backyard, in addition to globally. Look in your own neighborhood for girls who need your voice!

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