Girls in Motion
How can local communities in humanitarian settings foster gender transformative environments through sport, with adolescent girls in the lead?
Over the last decade, sport has increasingly been used as a tool for empowering youth in developing countries, including in humanitarian settings. Women Win has noticed a significant gap in the tools, frameworks and approaches available at the intersection of sport programming, girls’ rights and humanitarian contexts. To close this gap, Women Win has supported the creation of Girls in Motion, a collaborative exploration of how local communities in humanitarian settings can foster gender-transformative environments, with adolescent girls in the lead, through sport
Specifically, our aim is to:
A Practical Guide for Girls' Sport Programming in Humanitarian Settings
The Girls in Motion playbook seeks to support organisations and practitioners to design, develop and deliver adolescent girl-centred sport programmes in humanitarian settings everywhere.
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Why Girls, Why Sport, Why Humanitarian Settings?
Sport Programming in Humanitarian Designs
Sport and Key Themes for Girls in Humanitarian Settings