I wanted to do something that would focus on the hyper-sexualization of women in video games.
I proposed my idea to Sophie and she wanted to do something with me to address social justice.
When a girl has self-belief and is supported by her family and community; when she's empowered with skills, ideas and knowledge; when she has access to services, role models and other girls: when she is visible and vocal - she can demand to stay in school, to get healthcare, and to get married and have children when she chooses.
Grounded in our theory of change, our unique approach to social norm change uses the latest 21st century tools such as mass and social media, technology and girl-centred community engagement to challenge individual and social barriers that hold girls and their communities back.
We've seen governments, NGOs, private sector providers and international agencies work tirelessly to deliver services to ensure girls' health, safety, education, economic security and rights.
But by working beyond single issues, we've got to know a girl's whole reality.
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During the Summer Immersion Program, we had to code an mp3 player.
Americans in the 25-34 age bracket look at their devices 50 times per day, and those between 35 and 44 do so 35 times each day.African-American teens are the most likely of any group of teens to have a smartphone, with 85% having access to one, compared with 71% of both white and Hispanic teens.These phones and other mobile devices have become a primary driver of teen internet use: Fully 91% of teens go online from mobile devices at least occasionally.Are you one of those people who can't go more than five minutes without checking your phone?As it turns out, most of us are exactly the same way.