G(irls)20 Summit to Empower Girls to Build Strong, Innovative Economies

Calling all changemakers!

If you're 18-20 years old from one of the G20 countries or Equitorial Guinea, you could serve as ambassador to the second annual G(irls)20 Summit, October 18 to 21 in Paris, France. Apply now.

What is the Summit?

The G(irls)20 Summit, modeled after the annual G20 leaders meeting, brings together delegates from every G20 country as well as a representative from the African Union. The delegates, all girls between the ages of 18 and 20, will discuss economic challenges facing their countries and design innovative solutions to promote strong economies.

Activities for the delegates include panel discussions and speakers, workshops on areas such as media relations, social media and business planning, and discussions on how to find concrete, feasible solutions towards more prosperous economies in their countries.

Get your number

Any girl, boy, woman or man can join this global campaign to empower girls and women. "Get your number" and send a message to G20 leaders that the billions of girls and women in the world need to be empowered because, their empowerment leads to healthier families, innovative economies and stable countries. Sign up and get your #.

The G(irls)20 Summit gives a voice to 21 girls from across the globe who, in turn, represent and speak for the billions of girls and women around the world to develop innovative, global economic solutions.

How is Vital Voices involved?

Vital Voices strongly believes that women and girls are some of the most powerful and largely untapped resources for finding solutions for the world’s problems. When educated and empowered, girls can make the difference in improving the health and wealth of their communities and countries. Each girl will return home from the Summit having gained useful tools to be ambassadors in their communities and to help advance and empower girls and women globally. Vital Voices is proud to be a partner in this inspiring campaign to raise girls’ voices around the world.

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Mar 11