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Since March 23rd, the Goals4Girls team have been working remotely to support some of London’s most vulnerable girls and young women. Lockdown has no doubt posed challenges to the team’s Educational Practitioners in particular. Not being able to see their mentees face-to-face throughout the school week has perhaps been the biggest adjustment they have had...
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Earlier this month Goals4Girls launched their ‘My hair, my identity’ campaign centred around their young women and girls after a G4G participant had been subjected to systemic racism. After being told their was ‘too big’, they were excluded for a week and upon their return spent another week in internal isolation – a room where...
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In recent weeks, our mentors have been creating a unit on ‘Identity’ in light of the Black Lives Matter movement. Our young people have been hurting after hearing of and witnessing the murder of George Floyd. With immediate access to news online, nearly all of them have seen the footage of his arrest. Our girls...
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  To celebrate International Women’s Day, Goals4Girls worked in partnership with Adidas and online crowdfunding platform IFundWomen to raise funds for the programme’s mentorship scheme, all in aid of helping young women break down barriers associated with gender stereotypes and mental health. Our Founder & CEO of Goals4Girls, Francesca Brown, was flown out to NYC...
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In preparation for International Women’s Day later this year, Goals4Girls Founder & CEO Francesca Brown was flown out to New York City to meet with a phenomenal group of women. In partnership with iFundWomen and adidas, several women from around the world were called upon to showcase the incredible work they do in the world...
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