International Day of the Girl on October 11 is an opportunity to consider the social and economic challenges facing girls around the world, as well as the support they need to become empowered agents of change. Crossroads International strives to put an end to violence with access to justice and girls’ empowerment programs, which give girls the confidence they need to change their world. Take a look at some of Crossroads’ ideas about how you can show your support to girls globally.
Listen to Canadian party leaders' approach to issues affecting women. Watch the complete Up for Debate video.
Crossroader Natalie Martin shares her impressions of the Agblobloshie slum in Accra
Crossroads is looking for volunteer Finance and Nominating Committee members
Don't miss inspiring conversation about women's leadership on October 21 in Vancouver, get your ticket now!
Crossroads is hiring a Program Director and a Director of Finance and Administration
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UN to focus on pay disparity
Crossroads alumnus, honorary patron and award-winning writer Lawrence Hill will be inducted to Canada's Walk of Fame
Resource mobilization/Grant writer support in Swaziland
Organizational assessment and baseline support in Tanzania
Women's economic entrepreneurship advisor in Ghana
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