This is a new list in the making, based on the huge success of AWR's list of online resources to empower girls.
If the main purposes of your organisation is to empower women, you belong on this list! Help me to build it, here's how:
7Wonderlicious was created to provide young girls with great empowering role models that they can relate to and aspire to be.
They have created seven amazing characters that guide and inspire young girls all over the world to play full out in life and fulfill their true nature and potential.
The 7Wonderlicious girls will be soon featured in books and other educational products that will showcase them fixing and building things, applying maths, being active in sports and other activities that help reduce the impact of gender stereotypes that make girls obsess with body image, keep girls from taking leadership roles, that limit girls' interests in sciences and maths and cause them to feel self-aware when playing sports.
The United Nations Girls’ Education Initiative (UNGEI) was launched in 2000 by the UN Secretary-General to assist national governments as they fulfill their responsibilities towards ensuring the right to education and gender equality for all children, girls and boys alike.
It has a challenging, focused and simple goal: “A world where all girls and boys are empowered through quality education to realize their full potential and contribute to transforming societies where gender equality becomes a reality.”