Power To Girls campaign

Power To Girls campaign

Let's end child marriage together

Who are we calling on to act?

Decision makers

You have the power to end child marriage. Will you? Girls need governments, donors and duty bearers to make sure that their rights and futures are a political and financial priority. We are calling on you to commit funds or take action to end child marriage.

Activists and civil society organisations

Every action and commitment to end child marriage matters, however big or small. Speaking out, together, is essential in urging governments around the world to act, and deliver on their commitments. Add your voice to the Power to Girls campaign and demand a better future for girls everywhere.

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Together, we have made 39 Power to Girls commitments to end child marriage.

Every voice and action counts. Join those governments, donors, duty bearers, civil society, girls and communities who have already made a commitment, and make sure that this is the last generation affected by child marriage.

Power to Girls campaign toolkit

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Plan your campaign action

Our strength is in our collective voice as a global movement. This toolkit is for Girls Not Brides member organisations, civil society organisations and individuals to plan a Power to Girls campaign action. It gives step-by-step guidance on how to get involved in the campaign as well as a set of campaign resources, social media assets, and templates.

Get the toolkit

Latest updates and resources

Power To Girls campaign info sheet

Between September 2021 and March 2022, the Girls Not Brides partnership will mobilise our global movement through the Power to Girls campaign.

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