Innovation Brief: Girl-Led Activism and Advocacy - CARE

Innovation Brief: Girl-Led Activism and Advocacy

Research shows that major social change only occurs when those who have been excluded from power organize collectively in the form of social movements to challenge existing systems and their impact. Therefore, Tipping Point facilitates adolescent girl-led activism and structured allyship by parents and adolescent boys as girls find and collectively step into spaces to reflect on and tackle inequality. Available in English, French, Spanish, and Arabic.

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