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Stop the violence speak out for girls rights

Stop the Violence: speak out for girls’ rights

Global Advocacy Campaign


Session outline

Session Outline

  • WAGGGS Advocacy Programme

    • Global Advocacy Campaign

  • 5 pillars

    • Raising Awareness

    • Education Programme

    • Research and Policy

    • Lobbying

    • Action Plans

  • Nigerian Girl Guide Association

  • UN Women Representative


Advocacy

Advocacy

We influence

people to take decisions

that will improve our lives

and the lives of others


Vision

Vision

All girls and young women are valued and take action to change the world.

Mission

To enable girls and young women to develop their fullest potential as responsible citizens of the world.


Advocacy programmes

Advocacy Programmes

  • Global Action Theme

    • Millennium Development Goals

      • MDG 7 – Environmental sustainability

    • Post 2015 Agenda

  • Global Advocacy Campaign


Stop the violence campaign

Stop the Violence campaign

  • WAGGGS’ first Global Advocacy Campaign

  • Launched at 34th World Conference in Edinburgh, UK in 2011


The campaign

The Campaign

  • Awareness Campaign

  • Education Programme

  • Research and Policy

  • Lobbying Agenda

  • Campaign Action Plans


1 awareness campaign

1. Awareness Campaign

  • ‘Add Your Voice’

  • Advocacy Network

  • Website

    • www.stoptheviolencecampaign.com

  • Resources

    Action:

    - Promote Add Your Voice

    - Join Advocacy Network

    - Submit Website Stories and Events

    - Create national resources


2 research and policy

2. Research and Policy

  • WAGGGS is uniquely placed to fill the gaping holes in data on violence against girls

  • Reports and policy papers

  • Global research programme

    Action

    - Position Statements


3 lobbying agenda

3. Lobbying agenda

  • International Events- CSW, UN Human Rights Council

  • International Action Days

  • 16 Days of Activism Campaign

  • Action:

  • Send delegates to UN events

  • Action Days

  • National Lobbying


4 campaign action plans

4. Campaign Action Plans

  • National and community campaigns will be launched in 55 countries by 2015

  • Forms of Violence

  • Campaigning Activities

  • Action:

  • Use Campaign Action Plan toolkit

  • Attend ACTIVATE Training


5 education programme

5. Education programme

  • Voices against Violence

  • Non-formal education curriculum

  • Co-educational

  • 6 week programme

  • 2012 pilot

  • By 2020 5 million girls and young women

    Action

    - Attend ACTIVATE event to roll out programme


Stop the violence speak out for girls rights

  • START

  • THINK

  • IDENTIFY

  • SUPPORT

  • SPEAK OUT

  • TAKE ACTION


Think activity

THINK Activity

Puppets (Early and Younger Years)


Roll out the curriculum

Roll-out the curriculum

  • Expression of interest form

  • Consultation with WAGGGS

  • ACTIVATE event

  • Roll-out plan


Stop the violence speak out for girls rights

Tejiri Okeregbe

Nigerian Girl Guides Association


Stop the violence speak out for girls rights

Nigerian Girl Guide AssociationPilot Camp – Stop the Violence19 – 25 April 2013Venue: Nigerian Girl Guides Association Headquarters, S.W. Ikoyi, Lagos, Nigeria


The journey so far

The journey so far........

April 2012:

Stop the Violence: pilot training at Our Cabana, Mexico


Voices against violence curriculum pilot

Voices against violence curriculum - Pilot

  • After Our Cabana training – NGGA developed an action plan

  • May 2012: Briefing with Chief commissioner

  • Communication to Deputy Chief Commissioners of all zones notifying them of the pilot and NGGA’s Child Protection Policy

  • Appointment of zonal trainers and state representatives for the curriculum.


Voices against violence curriculum pilot1

Voices against violence curriculum - Pilot

June 2012: Meeting of national training team to produce NGGA Child Protection Policy

Based on:

- Nigeria Child Rights Act

- WAGGGS Guidelines on Child Protection Policy formation


Voices against violence curriculum pilot2

Voices against violence curriculum - Pilot

July 2012:

  • Workshops on Stop the Violence for NGGA National and Zonal Training team

  • Advocacy action of the curriculum at the national training camp in Ebonyi state


Voices against violence curriculum pilot3

Voices against violence curriculum - Pilot

August 2012:

  • Advocacy action of the curriculum at the B zonal camp at Warri, Delta state

  • National Flag off of the STV campaign at the Grand finale centenary celebration camp, Anambra state


Voices against violence curriculum pilot4

Voices against violence curriculum - Pilot

October 2012

  • production of NGGA Child Protection Policy

    November 2012

    - Draft of Child Protection Policy is submitted to NGGA National Executive Committee Meeting

    March 2013:

    - Amendment and adoption of NGGA Child Protection Policy at the National Executive Council Meeting


Pilot camp

Pilot Camp

  • April 17 – 20 2013

  • NGGA Headquarters, Lagos

  • 112 Participants from 3 age groups

  • Chief commissioner

  • 15 Trainers and National Commissioners

  • 5 members of staff


Pilot in 3 parts

Pilot in 3 parts

  • Pre-evaluation and personal development lectures

  • Voices against Violence curriculum

  • Street Campaign

  • Interview by guardian newspaper

  • Post-evaluation

  • Award of certificates

  • Closing cermony

    Course included:

    Decision-making, Sexuality and

    the law, Medical implications

    of violence and many more


Press coverage

Press Coverage

  • Publication of NGGA Voices against Violence pilot in the National Dailies

  • Sunday Guardian: ‘Girl Guides advocate law on violence against girls, women’


Conclusion

Conclusion

  • Active participation from the girls

  • Very successful

  • Goal orientated participants

    “The change in the girls was immediate. Their steps were surer and bold, their gazes steady and a new swing to their steps.

    They all went home renewed with a zeal to positively impact their community. “


Stop the violence speak out for girls rights

Tejiri Okeregbe

Nigerian Girl Guides Association


Guest speaker

Guest speaker


Questions and answers

Questions and answers


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