#GirlChampions Social media toolkit - 8 March to 12 march

For International Women's Day 2017 on 08 March, we are profiling Save the Children's #GirlChampions from around the world. In this toolkit, you will find messaging to promote these inspiring Girl Champions on your social media channels. You may use any of the attached graphics and photos with appropriate messaging and credit.

Please tag @SC_Campaigns and use #GirlChampions in your social posts

Secondary hashtags for the day: #IWD2017 #WomensDay #BeBoldforChange

We are profiling six inspiring girl champions who are working every single day in their communities to change perceptions and empower other girls to demand for their rights. These girls - from Nicaragua, South Africa, Yemen, Mali, Bangladesh and Malawi - are campaigning to end child marriage and ensure girls get access to quality education and healthcare.

Suggested Generic Tweets

She's a girl with a right to a future.Our six #GirlChampions are campaigning to demand change. Meet them> http://ow.ly/hDRU309lDG6 #WomensDay

Want to meet girls who campaign for girls? Our six #GirlChampions are fighting for their rights > http://ow.ly/hDRU309lDG6 #WomensDay

These inspiring #GirlChampions are campaigning in their countries to #EndChildMarriage >http://ow.ly/hDRU309lDG6 #BeBoldforChange

Meet our six incredible #GirlChampions working every day to make change happen! >> http://ow.ly/hDRU309lDG6 #IWD2017 #WednesdayWisdom

Facebook and Instagram generic post

Every 7 seconds a girl under 15 is married. Early marriage means girls are forced to leave school. When girls leave school they are often forced to find informal work, which means they are more vulnerable to exploitation. And thus starts a vicious cycle that not only affects their lives, but the lives of their children. Save the Children is working with inspiring #GirlChampions around the world to break this cycle, campaign for change in perceptions and fight for girls' rights. This International Women's Day, meet our six exceptional Girl Champions, who are working every day in their countries to ensure that all girls have the right to choose their own future. With empowerment and the right support, girls can change the world. SHARE the stories of these passionate girl champions and spread the word >> http://ow.ly/hDRU309lDG6 #WomensDay #IWD2017 #BeBoldforChange

Use this collage with the generic suggested tweets and generic Facebook/Instagram post

Tweets for each of the #GirlChampions

"Young ppl have potential: give opportunities & show them the path" Meet Tshidi from #SouthAfrica > http://stci.uk/2lkuvQS #GirlChampions

Tshidi from South Africa #GirlChampions

"Girls & boys shld be treated equally.Girls' future is not just cook & clean"-Meet Rana from #Yemen > http://stci.uk/2lkus7E #GirlChampions

Rana from Yemen #GirlChampions

"I was married at 15 but I wanted to go to school" -Meet Halima, helping #EndChildMarriage in #Malawi> http://stci.uk/2lkyGMo #GirlChampions

Halima from Malawi #GirlChampions

"Instead of getting married in their teens, girls should go to school" -Meet Moni, from #Bangladesh > http://stci.uk/2lkFoCc #GirlChampions

Moni from Bangladesh #GirlChampions

"A girl who has access to education, is empowered & has a bright future" Meet Anielka from #Nicaragua http://stci.uk/2lkEPrK #GirlChampions

Anielka from Nicaragua #GirlChampions

"Through education, I would like to see no girls have early pregnancies" Meet Aissata from #Mali http://stci.uk/2lkPHpF #GirlChampions

Aissata from Mali #GirlChampions

We have created cool GIFs for each of the girls that can be found on this Dropbox folder.

SOCIAL MEDIA POSTCARDS & SUGGESTED TWEETS

She’s not a statistic. She’s a girl who has the right to a future. RT & share stories of our #GirlChampions http://ow.ly/hDRU309lDG6

ALL girls have the right to a bright future. These #GirlChampions are fighting for change! RT & share their stories http://ow.ly/hDRU309lDG6

Social media postcards

Questions? Contact Katrina Kyselytzia (katrina.kyselytzia@savethechildren.org) or Tanu Anand (tanu.anand@savethechildren.org)

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