Girl Rising brings together girls, women, boys and men to build a world where every girl gets the education she deserves. We believe in the power of storytelling to change how people think and act, and we know you do too. So be a storyteller. Join Girl Rising and inspire your community.

Here are three things you can do right now:

Fuel the Movement:

Follow Girl Rising India on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram! We’ll keep you updated about what’s being done across India to help get more girls in school.

Raise awareness. Share the Girl Rising movement on social media.

  • Tweet it out: Click here to share the message on Twitter: Every girl deserves the opportunity to go to school. @girlrisingindia is raising awareness, join in!
  • Post on Facebook: Click here to automatically share the Woh Padhegi, Woh Udegi trailer with your friends. Personalize or copy the template below and post it on your Facebook wall: Woh Padhegi, Woh Udegi tells 9 unforgettable stories about the power of education. When we educate girls, we can change the world. #IamGirlRising

Host a Screening of Woh Padhegi, Woh Udegi.

Pledge to educate others about why girls’ education is important. Sign up and we will share more information soon.

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Be a Storyteller:


Do you know a girl who is making her way to school purely on her determination? Do you know someone already working hard to help girls rise?

Follow below to share your stories of girls’ education and empowerment or use the hashtag #IAmGirlRising and tell your social on social media. Your story can inspire others to help girls rise.

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Featured Opportunity: Be a Video Volunteer!

Are you seeking meaningful ways to speak up for girls in India? Take part in Video Volunteer’s Right to Education Campaign. Gather stories from your own community to show what your government school is like. For more information on how to document stories from your community, email directly or click on the link below.

Learn more about Video Volunteers.

Learn More:

Need to learn more about girls’ education before you are ready to take action? Visit our learning center for information, statistics and resources about girls’ education.