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Indigenous Young Women Leading Their Own Way

Of all the things I have worked on at Girls Action Foundation over the years, the one I am most proud of is our partnership with National Indigenous Young Women's Council.

5 Indispensable Tips For Your Nonprofit Fundraising

S’inspirer, se questionner, s’amuser – Ou comment réussir une journée des métiers

Vous souvenez-vous du métier que vous vouliez faire quand vous alliez être grande à 10, 11, 12 ans? Moi je voulais être archéologue… Comme quoi on a le temps de changer d’idée!

Girls’ Programmer Profile: Wendy Morin

Girls’ Programmer Profile: Laura Swaine

Girls Action talks with Laura Swaine, Coordinator of Healthy Relationships for Youth (HRY), a program for rural youth at the Antigonish Women's Resource Centre and Sexual Assault Services Association in Nova Scotia.

Megan and Tsiehente's youth journal about Mohawk Identity!

An excerpt from the Girls Action publication Community Leadership in ACTION -- Indigenous Young Women – Speaking Our Truths: Building Our Strengths: The Making of Community Actions across Canada. In this excerpt we learn about Megan Whyte and Tsiehente Herne, the creators of the first ever youth journal about Mohawk identity. Theirs is but one of many inspiring community actions that took place across Canada in 2012.