Girl Justice Roundup: Trying Something New!

With the new year looming, I’m trying something new! As a result the roundup is going to look a little bit different. What you’ll see: A link to the paper.li magazine, followed by a list of this week’s stories by category. If you want to see the fancy version, follow the paper.li link. If you want to see what’s in the magazine without clicking the link, scroll on!

I won’t comment on each article like I’ve done in the past. I’m hoping that will free me up to write longer posts about the most compelling girl justice issues. Let’s get started!

My weekly roundup of the local, national, and international girl justice news from across the internet. Check it my online magazine in paper.li, or read on!

Local

Powerful Voices: Powerful Voices Blog: Girl Justice 2015
Girl Scouts of Western Washington: Go Gold: Lending a Hand (and Paw!) to Make the Holidays Warm
Girls On the Run Our Girls Say it Best!
Powerful Voices Powerful Voices Blog: Top 14 of 2014
Girl Scouts of Western Washington: Bonney Lake Police Department welcomes Chief for a Day – Bonney Lake-Sumner Courier-Herald

National

Everyday Feminism: 4 Lies About School Dress Codes That Cover Up Their Oppressive Effects — Everyday Feminism
Girl Scouts USA: Girl Scout Blog: Lessons in Leadership: Girls See Themselves in Politics
Spark Movement: In Solidarity | SPARK Movement
Representation Project: “The Mask You Live In” World Premiere
Girls 20: A Day on Community Mobilization for Girls’ Education with First Lady Michelle Obama
Youth Today: Teacher, Author Knows How to Talk to Boys about Sexual Violence against Girls

International

The Girl Effect: Advocating for an end to child marriage: 5 global successes in 2014 – Girls Not Brides
4 Girls Global Leadership: Research
T
he Girl Effect: Do no more harm. How one man changed himself before changing his community – Girls Not Brides
Half the Sky: Educating Pakistan’s Girl
The Girl Effect: Laos: condoms, teenage pregnancies and sex talk on youth agenda | Carla Kweifio-Okai | Global development
The Girl Effect: The campaigners who won’t forget the schoolgirls kidnapped by Boko Haram | World news

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