Girls, calling all girls! Hillary and Chelsea Clinton want to hear from YOU! This Thursday, April 17, The Clinton Foundation will present Girls: A No Ceilings Conversation as part of its No Ceilings: The Full Participation Project to begin a dialogue with girls across the country about their lives, experiences and hopes for the future.
Buckle up! On April 9, the United Nation’s Foundation is taking a trip halfway around the world to partake in a collaborative and innovative event called India +SocialGood. Why India, you ask? Well...
The past few months have been action-packed for actress Lupita Nyong’o. From one award to the next, culminating in an Academy Award for her role as Patsey in 12 Years a Slave, Lupita has been lighting up screens everywhere with her gracious and insightful acceptance speeches.
Get this: Sharing an inspiring story on social media can help girls and mothers around the world lead happy, healthy lives. How? The Global Moms Relay!
“Happy” makes us happy, and that’s why the United Nations Foundation has partnered with singer and songwriter Pharrell to celebrate this year’s International Day of Happiness on March 20. Here’s how you can join in on the happy.
State Department's Special Adviser for Global Youth Issues Zeenat Rahman interviews two remarkable women who are making a positive impact in the lives of Syrians.
It has been three years since the civil war in Syria started, changing the lives of more than 5 million children. As the devastating conflict approaches its fourth year, the No Lost Generation initiative reminds us that the children of Syria cannot be forgotten.
With International Women’s Day right around the corner, the news of Somayya Jabarti being appointed Saudi Arabia’s first female newspaper editor is pure poetry.
Tell your family. Tell your friends. There is going to be a big celebration you don't want to miss. What am I talking about? International Women's Day on March 8!
You can support Girl Up’s efforts in Guatemala right now by making a donation through Catapult. Your money will be used to fund the Girl Leader and Girl-to-Girl training program, which are designed to empower rural indigenous girls who would otherwise be inhibited due to poverty or language barriers.
Next week Ellen Degeneres is hosting the 86th Academy Awards. There is no doubt that Ellen leads a successful career as a comedian and TV personality, but what many people may not know is that her heart is as big as her smile.
If you were asked to showcase your culture in a six second video, what would you do? People all over the world are asking themselves this same question in preparation for the Cultural Diplomacy Vine-A-Thon, a global digital event hosted by the Digital Diplomacy Coalition during Social Media Week.
Walking into her first engineering class at Stanford University, Debbie immediately felt different – she didn’t fit in. Debbie was experiencing a feeling that many other female engineers understand. Why? Because out of all U.S. engineers, only 11% are women.
Every year, the Friendship Ambassadors Foundation presents the Youth Assembly at the United Nations, an action packed two-day event that inspires social entrepreneurship among youth.
Asha-Rose Migiro is the ultimate trailblazer. She was the first woman to be top of her class at the University of Dar es Salaam, the first woman in Tanzania to become Minister of Foreign Affairs, and the first woman and African to be appointed Deputy Secretary General of the United Nations.
With Chideo, you have the chance to ask top stars in entertainment and news whatever you want to know about them, all while supporting your favorite charities – like Girl Up!
Pauline Miller is the type of person you meet and then think to yourself, “Wow, she’s amazing!” and, “Whoa, she’s got a really cool job."
Earlier this week, I was lucky enough to attend the event announcing the new Global Advocate for Girl Up, Angelica Fuentes. Mrs. Fuentes is the Mexican CEO of the incredibly successful Grupo Omnilife Angelissima Chivas.
Each year, economic, political, and academic leaders meet to discuss ways to improve the world at the World Economic Forum. This year, they will meet in Davos, Switzerland at the end of this month. During this meeting leaders in the international community will share insights and discuss actions necessary to face current global challenges.
This past year Girl Up has gained yet another incredibly impressive and strong supporter: Angélica Fuentes, one of Mexico’s most powerful business leaders. And today we’re excited to announce Angélica as the campaign’s newest Global Advocate!
The Girls Count Act of 2013 has the potential to be a powerful tool against human trafficking, aimed to help ensure that all girls are counted and have access to birth certificates and other necessary documentation. Moreover, proper birth registration is critical in protecting children from child labor, illegal adoptions, and other forms of exploitation.
Recently, a list of the Top 100 Most Influential People in Africa, published by New African Magazine, was released. Powerful politicians, business moguls, music producers and celebrities topped the list of influencers. Who else was included? None other than 11-year-old Zuriel Oduwole from Nigeria.
Every year for 51 million girls under 5 years old around the world are denied birth certificates or other forms of official identification due to an unavailability of systems to count these girls, and sometimes simply due to a lack of political will. These girls are invisible members of society. At Girl Up, we’re trying our hardest to make these girls visible. We’re spreading the word to members of Congress – and we hope you will spread the word, too.
Eyewear company Warby Parker is collaborating with fashionista Leith Clark on a new line of glasses that will help girls around the world: Together, they are launching the limited edition Leith x Warby Parker collection, and a percentage of each sale will go to Girl Up. We are so excited!