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I'm a Girl by Yasmeen Ismail - Watch the Trailer!
Every day, millions of girls around the world are denied their basic human rights — simply because they're girls. Because I am a Girl is Plan lnternational's initiative that supports the youth-led movement for girls' rights and gender equality. Around the world, girls continue to face unique barriers that violate their rights and keep them from reaching their full potential. Discrimination leads to grave injustices like gender-based violence, limited or no educational opportunities, child marriage and early pregnancy. Plan International is standing with girls and young women by providing a platform, opportunities and support for them to become leaders and make change happen. Once girls are aware of their rights and have an improved social position, they can successfully advocate for change in their lives, in their community, or around the world.
About I'm a Girl!
Girls Get Equal. Together with girls and our supporters we were able to raise hundreds of millions of euros, change laws in numerous countries and, most importantly, support millions of girls to get an education. Between and , we released a series of annual reports focusing on girls and young women in the world. The reports highlighted the double jeopardy girls face for being young and female and the concerted effort needed for real progress. While there has long been an International Women's Day and an International Day of the Child, neither recognise the unique position of girls who are discriminated against simply for being young and female. Plan International campaigned alongside girls for an international day that celebrates their power and highlights the issues they face. It is now celebrated globally with girls, their allies, governments, charities, corporations and the media increasingly focussing on the power of girls on the day each year.
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