GWI's advocacy priorities reflect the need for action in many areas that touch girls' and women's lives, with a view to providing access to higher and continuing education and human rights education throughout.
Counter all forms of violence at school and ensure the security of all those at risk, with particular concern for the safety of young girls and teenagers. Develop awareness of the need to counter all forms of violence, ranging from bullying to sexual aggression and drug addiction.
Human rights education should become a priority within all school curricula with particular emphasis on family violence as an abuse of human rights. Equality between women and men is a key element in the prevention of violence against women and girls.
Education for indigenous peoples
Promote the protection of girls and make the case of child brides public in order to educate families about the negative consequences for child brides so as to protect the human rights of girls.
Violence directed against women
Recognise as an instrumental model the value of the Convention of the Council of Europe in preventing and combating violence against women and domestic violence in their countries.