Girl Research and Learning (GRL) Power Project: What can we learn from girl-led research in Jordan?
Girl Research and Learning (GRL) Power Project:
What can we learn from girl-led research in Jordan?
June 25, 2018
8:30 a.m. to 9:30 a.m (EDT) (in Arabic) Register
10:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. (EDT) (in English) Register
On the day of the event, you can join the webinar here.
“The voice of girls in our society is nearly absent”, a 16 year old GRL Power researcher describes. GRL Power project, funded through a YouthPower Learning grant, aims to shift the current paradigm by being one of the first of its kind in Jordan and in the region to implement girl-led research. Unlike traditional empowerment programs, girl-led research emboldens girls by providing them with the opportunity to practice leadership within their community. Implemented in three different areas in Jordan, GRL Power researchers explored the topic of safety among adolescent girls in their areas. Hear what the girl researchers have learned. How did this experience go? What did we learn? What were the findings of the research?
The goal of this webinar is to share GRL Power learning and the findings of research conducted by the girls. The three main takeaways of the webinar will be: 1) the story of GRL Power 2) the girl researchers' research findings 3) lessons learned from implementing girl-led research in Jordan.
Ayah Al- Oballi: Senior Girl Center Officer, Mercy Corps
Wedad Ekkeda’oui: Women’s Rights Program Manager, Action Aid
Reem Othman: Women’s Rights Regional Program Officer, Action Aid