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Infobite saying Girls' rights matter

Girls’ rights matter. Girls’ rights are human rights. Education. Healthy living. Nutrition. Freedom from violence. Read more facts.

  • Accessible version of the infobite

    Image shows two young girls of different racial background facing the camera, one in front of the other. The girl in the back is embracing the girl in front. There is an image of a backyard in summertime in the background, slightly out of focus. In the foreground, a blue, horizontal bar appears near the top of the image. Under the bar, the words “Girls’ rights matter” appear. All of the text appears in black, except for the word “matter”, which is in pink. Additional text appears underneath in black: “Girls’ rights are human rights”. The words “human rights” are bolded. Under this, the following text appears in black: “Education; Healthy living; Nutrition; Freedom from violence.” At the bottom of the image is a thick, pink, horizontal bar. Inside the bar, the following words appear in white at the left: “Strong Girls. Strong World.” The words “Girls” and “World” are bolded. On the right-hand side of the bar, the Canada Wordmark appears in white.

Infobite saying Girls' rights matter

Girls’ rights matter. When a girl is safe, healthy and educated, she is free to pursue her dreams. Read more facts.

  • Accessible version of the infobite

    The image features a young girl wearing a helmet and sunglasses sitting on an orange bicycle and looking up and to the right. She is positioned in front of a turquoise, wooden fence. On the left of the image, the following text appears in the foreground: “Girls’ rights matter. When a girl is safe, healthy and educated, she is free to pursue her dreams.” All of the text is in black, except for the word “matter”, which appears in pink. The words “safe, healthy and educated” are bolded. At the bottom of the image is a thick, pink, horizontal bar. Inside the bar, the following words appear in white at the left: “Strong Girls. Strong World.” The words “Girls” and “World” are bolded. On the right-hand side of the bar, the Canada Wordmark appears in white.

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