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  • Girlguiding empowers young women to know their place
  • Girlguiding empowers young women to know their place
    Blaise Vonlanthen (2017) ©
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Girlguiding empowers young women to know their place

The UK-based non-profit organisation, Girlguiding, is helping young girls engage with nature, adventure, and education as a way to inspire and embolden. In its first national campaign, Girlguiding is relcaiming the phrase 'know your place', as an empowering term associated with adventure and exploration.

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