Launch of #Girl2Leader campaign 2022

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The #Girl2Leader Campaign 2022 aims to encourage and empower girls to become leaders, not just in politics but in everyday life, work, and society in general.  This campaign is being held in collaboration with ‘The Malta Foundation for the Wellbeing of Society, Business, and Professional Women’ and Women Political Leaders (Tag) and highlights the nine articles of the BPW Charter of the Girls’ Rights.


#Girl2leader was launched in 2017 by Women Political Leaders in the European Parliament on the International Day of the Girl Child, under the patronage of the then President of Malta, Marie Louise Coleiro Preca, who still champions the initiative.

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A series of five webinars are being organised with the aim to discuss issues being faced by girls and young women based on the New Charter of the Girls’ Rights.


Webinar 1: Protection and Safeguarding – 27 April 2022

Based on Articles 1 and 2, this webinar focuses on the safety and protection from all types of abuse, and violence against girls and women ensuring wellbeing for all.


Webinar 2: Inclusion – 20 May 2022

Based on Articles 3 and 8, this Webinar discusses the issues of discrimination faced by girls including the correct sharing of all possible resources.


Webinar 3: Girls’ Rights are Human Rights – 22 June 2022

Based on Article 4, this webinar focuses on discussing the New Charter for Girls’ Rights, Children’s Rights, and Human Rights. Are the rights of girls being respected?


Webinar 4: Stereotypes – 3 August 2022

Based on Articles 5 and 9, this Webinar discusses gender stereotypes created by society focusing mainly on education and the image of the girl and woman portrayed in the media.


Webinar 5: Health – 14 September 2022

Based on Articles 6 and 7, this Webinar discusses the aspect of health, focusing on the specific needs of a girl during childhood, puberty, and adolescence.


The series of webinars are being launched on the 1st of April 2022. Every webinar is open to both adults and children from all over Europe. The information and outcomes from these webinars are being compiled into a final report that will be launched and disseminated on the 11th of October 2022 during the final webinar on the occasion of the International Day of the Girl Child. Registration details for the webinars to follow.