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Being A Girl… Is that So Bad!

As part of the series for the International Day of the Girl child, Youth Champion, Anupriya Sathe uses creative writing to explore subsumed gender identities and gender discrimination in this blogpost. Anupriya works with Population First, Mumbai (India).  I came into … Continue reading

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Is This Interest In Young Girls Merely A Matter Of Tokenism?

The second blogpost in our series for the International Day Of The Girl Child, Oct 11 comes from Nepal, and is written by our youth champion Shreejana Bhajracharya. She also blogs at Kumari: A feminist.  We all agree that “Safe … Continue reading

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Oct 11: What Makes You A Man, and Me A Woman

Today, we celebrate the International Day Of The Girl Child. ASAP’s Youth Champions will be writing a series of articles on the barriers and challenges that young girls and women face in patriarchal societies. We will run this series for … Continue reading

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