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GirlKIND's AGM 2013

The Board of Directors of GirlKIND held it's Annual General Meeting earlier this week.  We reflected on the past year and the many different events, forums and screenings we have held, all in efforts to help bring an end to gendercide and the various forms of discriminations and violence girls and women face.

We look forward to continuing our efforts for 2014, with much in the works. We are fortunate to be able to have this platform to help bring change and will continue to be a voice for those who can't speak up. Much love for 2013, cheers to 2014!



Who Gives A Frock

Who Gives a Frock, is a fashion fundraising event which is raising awareness on the issue of gendercide. It will be held in Melbourne, Austrailia on Nov 1, 2013.

Net proceeds of the show going to GirlKind. So very grateful for creative individuals who have the drive and passion for making change. BTW if you live in Melbourne, go check it out, limited tickets!

Featuring Swank Sista Spring/Summer trends and live DJ AK spinning tunes. Live acts from Rowie J.


Every Girl Matters Day proclaimed in BC

The B.C. Government has officially proclaimed Oct. 11 as Every Girl Matters Day to coincide with the United Nations’ Day of the Girl. Official presentation was conducted by Minister Mike De Jong and MLA Simon Gibson of Abbotsford, BC.  I personally think that this proclamation sends a strong message throughout BC and Canada and even the rest of the world. As a  Province who believes in equal rights and opportunities for girls. A province that stands up to injustices that girls face in their own local backyards as well as our global backyards.

We are very proud to mark this day and feel that this is a step in the right direction for all girls and women. More pics can be viewed on our Facebook page or by clicking read more.


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Every Girl Matters Day in BC

GirlKIND Foundation in partnership with the Indo-Canadian Department of Studies at the University of the Fraser Valley to Host the first “Every Girl Matters,” Day in British Columbia.

“On December 19, 2011, the United Nations General Assembly adopted Resolution 66/170 to declare 11 October as the International Day of the Girl Child, to recognize girls’ rights and the unique challenges girls face around the world.“ --United Nations

As part of the effort to help bring attention to the many issues girls face around the world including "Gendercide," and many gender discriminations, GirlKIND asked the British Columbia Government to mark this day in conjunction with the UN’s “Day of the Girl,” as “Every Girl Matters Day,” in BC.


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