World Thinking Day is celebrated on 22nd February 2020 to celebrate millions of girls worldwide. People raise awareness of common issues that concern young girls and women all over the world. Continue reading this post to learn more about the importance of World Thinking Day and how to actively participate in the celebration of women worldwide.
Significance of World Thinking Day
World Thinking Day is based upon the ideology of appreciating girl guides and scouts. Addressing the social, cultural, and economic concerns of young girls and women. This is a day to celebrate women and thank girl scouts and guides for their help and immense support.
On World Thinking Day, people get an opportunity to extend the hand of friendship by becoming the voice of oppressed women and supporting them in whichever manner they can. Organisations raise funds to help distressed women and make a positive impact on their lives.
How to Celebrate World Thinking Day
If you wish to be a part of this amazing celebration of women, join the programmes, campaigns, and the different training sessions organised by the World Association of Girl Guides and Girl Scouts. Here are a few incredible ways you can honour World Thinking Day:
- Donate to WAGGS
Girl Guiding and Girl Scouting is the “world’s only movement for every girl and any girl”. Unfortunately, millions of women face injustice, oppression, and discrimination daily. They are deprived of their basic rights and are forced to live a wretched life. WAGGS provide a platform for girls and young women to develop their leadership potential and be active citizens through funded programmes and leadership training.
- Actively Participate In the Young Women’s Advocacy Forum
This forum brings together leaders, advocates, academics, activists, influencers, who discuss ways to ensure that girls and women can progress. By being an active member of this forum, you can contribute and learn how to improve the key aspects (health, education, nutrition, etc.) of women’s lives.
- Take Part in the Lead Out Loud Challenge
This challenge helps develop leadership skills and raise awareness of women’s rights in different cultures. It encourages people to speak up about prevalent issues related to girls and women worldwide.
World Thinking Day is a great way to aid and support women all across the world.