Your Journey with Girl Up
How are you advancing gender equality? No matter what issue you focus on, you are an important part of the movement to realize girls' rights. Share your own story, or read other members' stories - so we can learn from each other and be inspired!
Hi, Girl Up Club and Coalition members! Last year, I served as the Director of Audio and Visuals for the Nebraska Coalition, and I learned how to work with the new Girl Up branding guidelines. I've noticed that a lot of new clubs are unaware of these guidelines when creating their new club logos. The new Girl Up club logo is downloadable on the resources page of the community. Your Girl Up club name can go under or above the Girl Up logo. However, the Girl Up logo should have the length of the "U" outlining its composition. I've noticed a lot of new clubs putting their Club name too close to the Girl Up logo, which can make the overall logo look really cramped. Additionally, for all marketing materials like logos, sponsorship decks, and ads, the new Girl Up colors and logos should be used. The Girl Up Brand and Logo Guidelines are available on the resources page of the community! Happy designing! An example of an acceptable logo is attached. more...on 11/27/2019 08:14 PM
Every girl/ woman deserves free pads especially those girls in the rural areas especially in Nigeria . It will shock you to know that so many of this girls use their cloths or same rappers used my their mothers during their flow. Which is so sad. Study has shown that 70 percent of girls in rural places miss school for at least 4 days each months over ... more...on 11/02/2019 06:42 PM
I am one of the people who believes that it is very important to be aware of the different realities of our world. That's why when we started planning our fundraising activity to help Girl Up fight gender-based violence in Uganda, India, Liberia and Guatemala, it occurred to me to investigate the issue and talk to people about it. Many of the people who ... more...on 10/12/2019 04:59 PM