Friday, 1 January 2016

Sharing Not Shaming

This year, we are embarking on the theme of Sharing Not Shaming, in order to raise awareness, empower and pull down any limiting dogmas set by society that are inhibiting self growth, self acceptance and overall development.

This campaign was initiated by SAFIGI Volunteer from Greece, Myrto Delkou.

Catch a glimpse of each story below:

JANUARY


Read Myrto's Story here.




Read Shahida's Story here.




Read Adriana's Story here.




Read Aisha's Story here.





FEBRUARY


Read Debayani's Story here.





Read Muhkamat's Story here.



 Read Marie's Story here.
Read Marie's Story here.


Read Shucheesmita's Story here.

MARCH





Read Tram's Story here.










Read Vyshakh's Story here.






APRIL


Read Isha's story here.












Read William's Story here.



MAY 




Read Iliana's Story here. 





Read Kumsa's Story here.  





Read Adedamola's Story here. 




Read Selene's Story here. 

JUNE 



Read Hannah's Story here. 






Read Nachizya's Story here. 





Read Daniela's Story here.





Read Mishaal's Story here. 

JULY




Read Flavia's Story here. 




Read Mitchelle's Story here. 




Read Rizia's story here. 





DECEMBER



Read Nargues' Story here 



Read Ashley's Story here 



Read Ananya's Story here. 



SAFIGI Outreach Foundation < Safety First for Girls > would like to thank all volunteers who shared their stories toward the Sharing Not Shaming Campaign. It was a pleasure and an honor working with you, knowing you, and using your stories to inspire more understanding, equity, equality, and love in our respective societies.

A special thanks to UN Online Volunteers Platform for giving us access to a wonderful pool of volunteers all over the globe.


1 comment:

  1. It's hard for both boys and girls growing up and lacking basic needs. It's hard for both boys and girls growing up lacking basic needs and being shamed for it.

    Share not shame. Sharing not shaming.

    Share a story. Share a song. Share a picture. Share a dance. Share a dance that tells a story. Share a song. Share a moody song that moves to tears. Share a picture that tells a story. Share a story. Share a story about the night. Share a story about the rain. Share a story about the wind. Share a story about the changing seasons. Shame loses its shade. Shine. Share a smile.

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